For the unacquainted, a fat bike is an off road cycle with oversized tyres of typically 3.8 in (97 mm) or larger and rims 2.6 in (66 mm) or wider. While earlier versions of the fat bike were built in very limited proportions, the modern versions demand has grown leaps and bounds after the Alaskans popularized it as a bike that rode smoothly in contact with the snow. But that’s not all, the fat bike with its superior frame and grip make the bike apt for drastic road and weather conditions ranging from sand to treacherous rocky roads.
So, you get it why an Alaskan would find it useful, but what utility would it be to a city dweller, you may wonder. We propagate getting onto a fat bike before giving your verdict on it. While we could list a thousand reasons why you should ditch all bikes to make the fat girl your baby, here’s some that made us true advocates of the fat bike.
It’s no wonder that the bike has whole competition dedicated to it. Our trust lies in the fat bike, not just because of the reasons we’ve listed above. We realize the importance of safety in city living and believe that the fat bike riders have very low chances of meeting with road accidents.
So go on, ride one. Having the rocks, pot holes and those annoying city roads disappear while you ride along, may just make you fall in love with the fat bike.
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