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Discover the world of Fat Biking with our selection of bikes equipped with wide, robust tires, designed to float over all surfaces - whether it's deep snow, soft sand, or wet trails. Their secret? Low-pressure tires that defy the unrideable. Explore our range of Fat Bikes and embark on the adventure, no matter the terrain!
Frequently Asked Questions
A Fat Bike is an all-terrain bicycle equipped with oversized tires (3.8 inches or wider) designed to float on soft surfaces such as snow, sand, mud, and rocky trails.
Fat Bikes offer unmatched traction and floatation on rugged or unstabilized terrains. Their versatility makes cycling accessible all year round, even on surfaces where a traditional bike would struggle.
Fat Bikes can be used on a variety of terrains: snow, sand, mud, rocky trails, and even paved roads. They're perfect for mountain hikes, beach rides, winter outings, and much more.
Choosing the size of your Fat Bike depends on your height and inseam. Consult our bike size guide to help youfind the best fit.
The wide tires of a Fat Bike might make it slightly harder to maneuver initially, but their superior tractionand floatation actually improve control over soft and rugged surfaces.
As with any bike, regular maintenance is essential. This includes cleaning, chain lubrication, tire pressurechecks, and regular inspections to ensure all components are in good working order.
Yes, you can use a Fat Bike all year round. Although they are often associated with snow and sand, Fat Bikesare just as capable on mud, rocky trails, and even paved roads.
The recommended air pressure for a Fat Bike varies depending on the terrain and the cyclist's weight. Generally, for softer surfaces like snow or sand, a lower pressure (5 to 8 psi) is recommended. For harder surfaces, a slightly higher pressure may be needed.
Yes, generally, Fat Bikes are slightly heavier than traditional mountain bikes due to their larger tires andrims. However, the increase in weight is often offset by better traction and the ability to ride on more diverse terrains.