Business Profiles

Danger Gnome Podcast with Brad Bingham

In this episode of the Danger Gnome Podcast, we talk with Brad Bingham and learn how Bingham Built Bikes was born from the legendary Rocky Mountain Titanium frame building legacy. For more information about Bingham […]

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Interview – Dave Wages of Ellis Cycles

Dave Wages is an award-winning bicycle fabricator and the man behind Ellis Cycles. Ellis Cycles is located in Wisconsin and I visited Dave’s workshop back in 2014 in pursuit of a story that we published titled – Builder Profile – Ellis Cycles. Dave and I ran into one another out at Kettle last summer and he mentioned that he was building himself a new fat bike. That got us talking about how fat bikes have evolved from the earlier days. I was in the middle of testing a couple of next-generation fatties and I thought that it would be interesting to share a bit of what Dave was building for himself and how his new bike would evolve compared to his first fat bike. His first fat bike just happened to win an award at the NAHBS show. […]


Please Welcome Olov Stenlund!

[adrotate banner=”108″] We’d like to introduce Olov Stenlund – Swedish fat biker, and the newest columnist at fat dash bike dot com. Olov lives and rides, Swedish Lapland and is an established blogger, podcast’r and adventurer! We look […]


An Interview with Paul Bunyan

Ladies and Gentlemen of the fat-bike community, we are proud to present an interview with northwoods legend – Mr. Paul Bunyan. How is life treating you Paul? Life is good: birds are chirping, trees are falling, […]

Interviews Interview Series

We’ve been fortunate over the past year to have interviewed several folks with a ton of experience in the fat-bike scene. Small builders, extreme riders, racers, large-brand product managers, icons and regular folks, the amount […]


Interview with David Gabrys of 45 NRTH

We caught up with David Gabrys, Brand Manager for 45NRTH, this spring to pose a few questions about what looks like it will be, an incredibly exciting year for fat-bikes. 45 NRTH had an incredible […]