Most Fun You Can Have On Two Wheels This Winter!


Most Fun You Can Have On Two Wheels This Winter!

Posted by trish in General

Large and in charge, fat bikes feature super-fat wheels to conquer sand, mud, wet rocks and roots, ice, and many kinds of snow, making it a hugely versatile adventure touring bike!

A ”fat” bike will take you where none of your other bikes will. It gets you the gawking (and jealous!) stares of friends and strangers alike. It is a true exploration bike…and it is so much fun to ride!  Once you’ve spent a winter outside playing on your fat bike in the snow, indoor cycling won’t even seem like an alternative anymore for staying in shape over the winter months. We carry the Trek Farley, Borealis Yampa and Echo, and the Surly Ice Cream TruckPugsley and Moonlander. Stop in for a test ride today!

Fat Bike Demos & Rentals coming soon!

You won’t understand why this bike is so much fun until you’ve ridden one. Our demo fleet is also available to rent beginning in December. Call 315.446.6816 to reserve your bike. Weekday Daily Rental (Monday – Friday, return same day by 6pm): $50 Weekend Rental (Friday – Monday, return before 12 noon on Monday): $100 16-in (S), 18-in (M), 20-in (L), 22-in (XL) Surly Pugsleys available, plus 18-in (M) Charge Cooker Maxi available. Watch former Iditabike winner Mike Curiak`s video diary of his thoughts while transversing the Iditarod Trail from Knik to Nome without outside support… that’s no support from anyone… That’s an epic trip! It shows why these bikes like the Trek Farley, Surly Pugsley and other makes (collectively known as `Fatbikes`) were originally conceived for: adventure,exploring and racing in some of the wildest winter climates on Earth.

IditaTour: Part one. from lacemine29 on Vimeo.

Fat Bikes were created to go where other bikes may flounder.  With a  frame and fork that will accept 4″ – 5″ tires on 26″ rim, fat bikes gives you a huge contact patch and lots of bump absorption.  It can get you over and through otherwise-unrideable terrain: ice, snow, sand, mud, wet rocks and roots. In many conditions, bigger is better. Take a look at all these people having fun in the snow….

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