More 29+ bikes at the show this year. With the availability of more 29 x 3.0 tires we expect to see more 29-plus bikes coming from a lot of your favorite builders in the future. Meanwhile, here are the 29+ bikes I saw at NAHBS this year.
De Swaffelen Wagon from Rody at Groovy Cycleworks was built for a very good customer of theirs who also owns a couple of other Groovy creations.
The Belt Driven 18-speed Pinion Drive is at the heart of this 29+ from Reeb.
Retrotech’s 29+ gets it right!
Erik Noren’s (Peacock Groove) cargo bike uses a 29+ rear wheel.
Calfee Designs did this wood 29+ to showcase the Bosch electric pedal assist unit.
Need to maintain your trail? Gotta carry that chainsaw? Moots has you covered!
Look for more info on most, if not all of these 29+ bikes coming up on fat-bike.com!
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With the availability of more 29 x 3.0 tires…Where?…When?…Who?
Maxxis and Vee Tire are both coming out with 29+ tires. More soon as we uncover the answers!
My Krampus’ dreams will be met!!!!!
What fork is on that awesome Groovy?
Looks like a Fox on the Groovy, but I like the hickory axe handle fork on the carpenter’s bike