Here are shots of all the fat-bikes I saw at NAHBS last weekend. We’ll have more details on most if not all of these fat-bikes coming up over the next week or two. For now, whet your appetite!
Scott Quiring built this fat-bike for his wife, Christine.
Moots Frosthammer 190mm, 5-inch compatible, titanium fat-bike.
This lovely, curvy fat-bike is the product of University of Iowa’s frame building class.
Ryan Grant built this fat=bike in the University of Iowa’s frame building class.
Ritchey Commando will see production availability October 2014.
Custom paint on an AluBooyah fat-bike.
Steve McGuire heads up the U of I frame building class. This is his personal ride!
Ti Quiring frame for a 5-foot tall lady rider.
Dave Wages, from Ellis Bikes, personal ride. Won best Fillet Brazing at the show!
Collapsible Black Sheep ti fat-bike.
Independent Fabrications Chubby D-Luxe fat-bike.
Dean Titanium fat-bike with custom titanium fork.
Xprezo fat-bike prototype from Quebec.
Ti Cycles Gunther full suspension fat-bike.
44 Bikes Big Boy fat-bike.
AluBooyah adventure fat-bike.
Capitol Bicycle Company’s Squatch in Snow Cammo.
Eriksen’s Brad Bingham races the heck out of this, his personal ride the BradTi.
There you go, folks. Like I mentioned above, we will have more on most of these bikes in the coming weeks. I’m working on the 29+ bikes I saw at the show as well. Hope to have that up soon!
About Greg Smith
Greg Smith, known to many site visitors as Sven Hammer, founded Fat-bike.com in 2011 and the site quickly became the #1 online community for all things Fat. You can currently find Greg outfitting Everyday Cycles; a Milwaukee, WI retailer of gear for fatbikers, adventure cyclists and urban assault riders.
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