I recently purchased a Motobecane Boris X9 fat bike. Of course, I immediately started to customize it! I was very unfamiliar with how, or if I could, go tubeless with my Vee Mission 26×4.0 tires on my Weinmann HL-80 rims. … Continue reading
Click here to check out part 2: Mid-Range Models. Last updated by Greg Heil on 10/23/14. If you’re not satisfied with what everyone else is riding, or if you routinely spend more on your bikes than on your cars, then … Continue reading
Click here to read part 1: Budget Models. Last updated by Greg Heil on 10/22/14. If you’ve already demoed a fat bike and know for certain that you want one, the mid range ($1,001 – $3,000) offers some excellent builds … Continue reading
Last updated by Greg Heil on 10/22/14. Fat biking has quickly become an integral part of the mountain bike world, with many models selling out left and right as mountain bikers realize all of the many reasons they need to … Continue reading
Fat biking has transitioned relatively quickly from a fringe novelty to a central facet of the mountain bike experience. In my opinion, fat biking is the single biggest innovation to shake up the industry since I started mountain biking–which means … Continue reading
I spotted something totally new and unexpected at Outerbike this year: a full suspension fat bike from Turner, dubbed the “King Khan.” Mtb-mag.com reported on the 24th of September about a supposed “prototype turner fatbike,” but if the bikes I … Continue reading
While we thought wheels were getting bigger, apparently On-One and Vee Rubber thinksthey should get smaller, too. On-One staff member Ross shreds their new Baby Fatty, the world’s first production 24″-wheeled fat bike, in this new edit.
We tried to ride the Niner ROS 9 Plus at Interbike, but there just weren’t any demo bikes available. Niner is still short on demo rigs for the ROS 9 Plus, but at Outerbike I was able to hop on … Continue reading
The Shore Line from chris akrigg on Vimeo. Chris Akrigg shreds the sand dunes on a fat bike in his latest film, “The Shore Line.” This guy can dominate on any rig!
I’m a recent convert to fat biking, which is weird because I live in Atlanta. My conversion came almost entirely over the course of testing the Motobecane NightTrain Bullet fat bike this summer and now that summer is over, it’s … Continue reading
After selling my full suspension 29er, I have been riding my Sarma-equipped fat bike as my main ride for quite a few months now. The On Review article is pretty thorough, so have a look at that for details, and … Continue reading
Shortly after our exhaustive fat bike coverage this month, including a review of the RockShox Bluto fork, Mike Dunn, US Brand Manager for RST Suspension, got in touch to let me know that they were working on an answer to … Continue reading