NEW! 2016 Specialized Hellga (Women’s Fat-Bike)


Specialized has a brand new fat-bike that is made just for the ladies, called the Hellga! The Hellga comes in three component levels, the expert, the comp and just the plane ole’ Hellga. Specialized designed the Hellga with a few features that make it women’s specific. First a nice low top tube with a lower stand over height. This is beneficial for riders because when riding on packed snow, it’s easier to get on and off the bike and riders have the ability to stand, even when you sink through some snow. The Hellga is also spec’d with components specific for the female rider. Small models have a new crank arm length (165 mm), all models have narrower handle bars, shorter stems, and Specialized’s women’s specific Myth saddle. All of the models feature the ‘best in class’ Specialized, Ground Control tires. Check out all three models below!





helga Expert spec




helga comp specs





helga specs

For more information about the Specialized Fatboy visit – or your local Specialized dealer.

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7 Responses to NEW! 2016 Specialized Hellga (Women’s Fat-Bike)

  1. thub August 10, 2015 at 11:37 am #

    Is the Helga the first women’s specific fat bike? Looks solid but that pinstripe paint job is UGLY.

  2. Yep January 24, 2016 at 4:44 pm #

    At least it’s not PINK! Thank you for not assuming women have to pink swirly stuff

  3. Peg January 31, 2016 at 5:18 pm #

    Love my Hallga Comp . I’m 5’7 bought the 17″ M. Matte Black. Love how it fits, rides, performs, shifts smooth.

  4. Diane Ferguson March 13, 2016 at 4:15 pm #


    What sizes do the women’s fat tire bikes come in? Very interested in a smaller bike.

    • Gomez March 13, 2016 at 4:28 pm #

      They come in S-M-L If you’re really petite, look up Cake Bikes.

  5. Vivki April 5, 2016 at 6:12 pm #

    I am 5’4″ I just bought a small Hellga mid Febuary. Firstly I want to thanks specialised for making fat bikes for small female adventurers. This is the first MTB that really fitted without costing me much more because I am small and female! I have been into MTB for 17 yrs I am fortunate to have 4 nearby MTB single track venues to choose from, one my most common haunt that has 56 different tracks!! I thought duel suspension was great fun but as soon as I saw my first fat bike I was in love and on the tracks well if you are wondering they are stunning on switch backs so much tread to lean on unless its a 90° bend you just lean no brake and she just holds even when the track is loose. As for bounce you quickly adapt and your body goes with bounce which is so much more empowering to be that fully engaged with your bike than having all that work done by suspension. You feel wilder more alive and the bike is a beast and you are riding it so you too are ferocious!

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