When the Bully comes storming in, heads will roll.
Our friends over at Twenty 2 Cycles in Colorado (www.Twenty2Cycles.com) have been working on some amazing new bikes, beautifully handcrafted in titanium in the good ole US of A. Of particular interest is the Bully, a titanium fatbike that appears to be ready for a fight with the snow.
The fine-looking ti Bully featured here is a 1 x 10 version lots of clearance – Big Fatty Larry’s are welcome. The finish features custom bead blasting, with a 44mm headtube, Cane Creek Angleset Headset, BFL’s on 80mm Rolling Darryls. Total weight? 27.8 pounds.
I think my first BMX bike was about 27.8 pounds, so that’s amazing for a bike with 4″ wide tires that conquers snow, sand and trail.
Looking for a custom fatbike built of titanium with the specs and parts you want, built for the long-haul? Be sure to check out Twenty 2 Cycles. Want to see one in person in Minnesota? Be sure to check out the Fatbike Frozen 40 on February 11, 2012 (more details coming soon). If titanium is more than you are looking for, Twenty 2 Cycles indicates they will be launching steel fatbikes soon too.
What is the story on Twenty 2 Cycles? Here’s what they have to say…
Twenty2 Cycles is fabricating handcrafted titanium and steel bike frames in the heart of the Rocky Mountians. All Twenty2 Cycles frames begin with careful selection of the highest quality tubing available. Our Vail, Colorado-based team transforms these USA-made raw materials into the finest frames on the market. We have innovative frame designs to cover most aspects of cycling, which currently includes 29er and traditional 26 inch mountain bikes, cyclocross, road, bmx, and our two “Bully” fatbike/snowbike models. Whether it be full custom or one of our existing designs, at Twenty2 Cycles we are passionate about our product and take great pride in crafting dream bikes that are “Born, Tested, and Perfected” in the Rocky Mountains.
Find a video about their Bully, here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Twenty2Cycles
Or, check out their fatbike events and rides calendar: http://twenty2cycles.com/events