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FAT BIKES

Norco Bigfoot 1
$1,899.00
With its lightweight, double-butted X6 6061 aluminum frame, disc brakes and clearance for up to 5.0” tires, the Bigfoot stands for cycling versatility in any terrain and season. From snow lines to sand rides, the Bigfoot provides incredible traction and control and proves that there’s no off-season for fat bikes. Norco designed the Bigfoot to be a fun, reliable, all-season fat bike that also won't break the bank. It features SRAM's reliable NX drivetrain with a Race Face Ride crankset and Level hydraulic brakes for plenty of stopping power. A stock 130mm TranzX YSP18 dropper post and Schwalbe Jumbo Jim Performance 26 x 4.8" tires round out the build.
Trek Farley 5
$2,099.99
Farley 5 is Trek's best value fat bike and the perfect gateway to all-season freedom. It rolls over snow, sand, roots, and rocks with the stability and traction of a monster truck on beefy 27.5x4.50-inch tires. A 1x Shimano drivetrain, lightweight aluminum frame, and carbon fork make it a great choice for anyone who wants to ride a mountain bike year-round, no matter the weather. It's right for you if... You're likely to ride year-round, even when it's snowing, and want a fat tire bike that gives you extraordinary capability and traction at a great value. The tech you get A lightweight Alpha Platinum Aluminum frame with Stranglehold dropouts, a Bontrager Haru carbon fork, a wide-range Shimano Deore 1x10 drivetrain, and Tubeless Ready SUNringle Mulefut wheels paired with extra-grippy 27.5x4.5 Bontrager Gnarwhal TLR tires. The final word Fat bikes are ridiculously fun. They're grippy and stable, but the best thing about them is that they get you outside in more seasons. If you're looking for a fun alternative to riding the roads or trainer through the winter, you won't find a better value than Farley 5. Why you'll love it 1 - Farley 5 is the perfect bike for breaking into the winter sports scene without breaking the bank 2 - It's an introductory model, but fully capable of taking on daily winter rides, fat bike races, and even summer trails 3 - It's a four-season freedom machine that lets you ride outside all year long 4 - The 27.5x4.5 tires deliver more speed and traction than their 26-inch counterparts
Norco Sasquatch 1 Suspension
$2,999.00
A fat bike that lets you tackle anything in any season. The Sasquatch provides outstanding flotation through snow and sand alike for winter expeditions and epic beach rides. With a lightweight and sturdy aluminum frame, 100mm of front suspension, and clearance for up to 5.0” tires, the Sasquatch is an efficient and maneuverable bike for all-season cyclists looking for year-round fat bike adventure. Featuring a wide-range SRAM Eagle NX drivetrain, the Sasquatch won't run out of gearing even on the steepest climbs or when loaded up for a bikepacking adventure. It comes stock with a 130mm TranzX dropper post, so you can get the saddle out of the way for rowdy descents. Maxxis Minion FBR 26 x 4.8" tires provide plenty of grip and floatation to keep the smiles rolling.
Trek Farley 7
$3,099.99
Farley 7 is the mountain biker's fat bike. It's built to feel like a traditional mountain bike with way more capability. The lightweight aluminum frame, 1x11 Shimano drivetrain, and Manitou Mastodon fork make it the ideal ride for trail-shredders who want to get rad in every season. It's right for you if... You want your fat bike to feel like your traditional mountain bike. Or, you're riding a fat bike year-round and want to put your money into the parts that really matter, like a performance drivetrain and a quality suspension fork. The tech you get A lightweight Alpha Platinum Aluminum frame with Stranglehold dropouts, a Manitou Mastodon suspension fork with an air spring and lockout feature, a wide-range 1x11 Shimano XT/SLX drivetrain, extra-wide SUNringle Mulefut wheels paired with extra-grippy 27.5x4.5 Bontrager Gnarwhal TLR tires, and a Bontrager dropper post. The final word This is a fat bike that rides with the handling characteristics of a traditional trail bike—only it's a lot more versatile. You're getting a great frame and a performance parts group, but you're really paying for the incredible capability of the Manitou Mastodon fork. Why you'll love it 1 - If you were under the impression that fat bikes were sluggish, this bike will change your mind 2 - The combination of the Manitou Mastodon fork and 4.5-inch tires make it easy to charge through snowy trails and rock gardens alike 3 - It's a four-season freedom machine that lets you ride outside all year long 4 - The 27.5x4.5 tires deliver more speed and traction than their 26-inch counterparts
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