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First Look – Specialized Fatboy SL

Fatboy SL2015 Fatboy SL

Complete size medium bike weight:  approx. 24 lbs w/ Stan’s (I believe it was 24.1 lbs)

Same frame as the other Fatboy models, but with the following modifications:

27.2mm seat post-compatible seat tube (instead of 30.9)

Dedicated 1x drivetrain (removed the welded direct mount FD mount that’s on the other models)

Anodized finish

All of the changes resulted in a combined weight reduction of 200 grams from the standard frame

·         Geometry is the same as the standard frame

·         HED Big Deal carbon rims!

·         Full SRAM XX1 drivetrain!

·         RaceFace Next SL carbon cranks!

·         Magura MT8 brakes!

·         Specialized carbon bar

·         Specialized carbon seat post

·         Specialized hollow Ti rail saddle (image incorrectly shows carbon rail saddle)

MSRP:  $5,500 – Limited Quantities are available NOW! Contact your Specialized bike dealer or visit Specialized.com for more information.

 

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5 Responses to First Look – Specialized Fatboy SL

  1. Jeffy January 31, 2015 at 2:01 pm #

    I have to admit that it’s so tempting for me to get rid of my 32lb Pug and 25lb FS 29er for this bike.

  2. Ryan C. February 2, 2015 at 11:00 am #

    Thats a pretty smokin’ deal for all of the components alone, but I would still prefer something carbon framed like my Echo

  3. Steve February 3, 2015 at 7:46 pm #

    Yes, very good deal. Unless you are plugged, in the components alone would be around 5g, retail + any tax. That’s parts and a free frame for most of us.

  4. Tandell Cycling February 4, 2015 at 3:08 am #

    Looking forward to details review of this Fatboy

  5. Scott Cole February 9, 2015 at 7:57 am #

    Amazing bike! Have had mine for two weeks now and the only change I’ve made is with the h-bar for a riser h-bar. Very predictable and stable in all conditions so far.