For fatbike riders, gear is an important part of the bike adventure. Whether it’s handbuilt wheels with drilled rims, a carbon or titanium handlebar, bags designed to haul gear on your fatbike on your next epic adventure, fatbike racks or mounts to transport your bike to the trail, or anything else that’s fatbike related, the RideFatbikes.com gear and reviews page is your place to read or post about your experiences with various gear.
Follow the links below for our recent reviews. We will continue to expand this page in the future, so check back often. If you’d like to offer a guest column/review, please leave a comment. If you are a bike or gear manufacturer, and would like us to check out your stuff and post a review of RideFatbikes.com, please leave a comment or Contact Us.
- Gear Review #1 – Mukluk frame bag handcrafted by Errin Vasquez (October 2011)
- Gear Review #2 – Eriksen Titanium seatpost “sweetpost” by Kent Eriksen Cycles (January 2012)
2 responses to “Gear & Reviews”
I would like to have a ‘full wrap’ around the down tube or an adapter to have some type of shield for the down tube. I think either would be an asset to the cables down there keeping them dry. I’ve read a few complaints about people not liking the cable routing on the Salsa. I think it makes sense. If it is snowing hard, top tube cables hold snow. Actually for me, I can’t tell the dif and I’m stoked when riding any design fat bike.
Thanks, good job.
Recently discovered this blog as I hope to join the FAT ranks once I get my Pugs built! I am soliciting opinions and/or recommendations about specific components that work well such as rim/tire combinations, double vs triple cranksets, or anything else applicable to snow winter riding. Any help would greatly be appreciated. thanks