Carver Ti Fat Bike – SOLD!!!

I wanted to build a titanium snow bike capable of running 4.7″ Surly BFL or Husker Du 4.0, so here it is:

Behold, the Carver O’Beast Ti Snow Bike. I tried on this build to feature parts from smaller and/or lesser know companies that build fine products, and I think I have a good mix here.

Probably not the best year to build a new snow bike with the lack of snow in almost every state this year, but I did get it out a few times so far. The beauty of this symmetrical 170/135mm build is that I can have a second set of wheels for the Spring/Summer without some of the issues of building offset wheels.

Build Spec: Weight 29 lbs – 1 oz. w/45NRTH Husker Du 4.0 & Bontrager 26×2.5-2.8   Build Spec: Weight 30 lbs – 10 oz. w/Surly BFL 4.7

Frame: 2012 Carver O’Beast Ti – 19″ brushed
Fork: 2012 Carver O’Beast Carbon – 465mm
Rear Der: Shimano RD-M662 SLX
Front Der: Shimano FD-M771 XT Direct Mount & Problem Solver Adapter# 1023
Shifters: Shimano Deore SL-M590 9-spd
Headset: Cane Creek C110
Crankset: Surly MWOD double off-set 175mm x 22/36t w/bashguard (Pugsley Version)Pedals: Crankbrothers Candy 3
Brakes: Avid BB7 Mechanical Disc, 160mm
Brake Levers: Avid Speed Dial 7
Cassette: Shimano HG80 – 9spd
Chain: SRAM PC-991
Stem: Kalloy AS-008 25.4mm, 110mm, 7 degree
Handlebar: TiCycles Ti Flat Bar 680mm, 15 degree
Seatpost: Kent Eriksen Ti 27.2mm x 400mm
Saddle: Fizik Aliante Versus Saddle (VS)
Grips: Ergon GA1
Tires: Surly Big Fat Larry 4.7 (F) & (R)
Tubes: Surly Lite XC 3.0-4.0
Rim Strips: Black
Cable/Housing: Jagwire
Wheelset: Speedway 70mm, Salsa 170/135mm w/QR’s

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45NRTH VANHELGA – Tubeless Fatbike Tire


Designed for trail riding in loose snow, Vanhelga brings traction technology to an entirely vanhelga-1-smnew level. Dual compound rubber lengthens tread life in the center of the tire while enhancing cornering control on the sides. Triple-siped shoulder knobs boost traction on ice. Our tubeless ready design delivers a super supple ride quality, further enhances grip, and saves weight. In addition to these technological advancements, Vanhelga’s deep and open tread pattern sheds snow and tracks flawlessly when the trail becomes soft and sloppy. Click here for more info!

Available September 2014

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Army Green – Fat Quad

Fat QuadUtah Trikes present the Army Green Quad. Surly Clown Show wheels, Lou 4.8 tires all around, Avid BB7 disc brakes, now this is taking Fat Biking to a whole new level. Check out some of the specs on this thing here:

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Carbon Fat Bike – Wheels

Yo Momma Rims Pair Borealis CarbondaleHED Carbon – Yo MaMa’s

Rim Weight: 480 grams
Width – 85mm wide

HED is building all Fat Bike rims in house.

The dealer will need to call 651 653 0202 for a RA number. HED isn’t responsible for lost hubs that are sent without a RA number.

  Hubs need to be 135mm front and at least 170 mm rear. 190mm hubs in the rear will work as well.

Borealis Carbon – Carbondale

These rims will work with or without tubes with any tire from 3.8″ to 4.8″ wide.  The 85mm rim width is an ideal size for all widths of fat bike tires.


MSRP: $1599 per set of rims

$1999 per complete wheelset with Borealis FH1 hubs, double butted spokes, and colored alloy nipples.

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9:ZERO:7 Whiteout Carbon

907-whiteout-bike-largeUtilizing the same geometry as the race proven 9:ZERO:7 aluminum frames, the Whiteout excels in the most challenging environments on earth.

The Whiteout frame uses a 197mm rear dropout spacing to work in conjunction with a 12mm thru-axle 190mm rear hub.  This gives unmatched strength and stability.  By utilizing 197mm spacing, the Whiteout can be built as either a super light race bike with “narrow” wheels, or a high performance adventure rig with the widest fat bike rims and tires on planet.

The Whiteout frameset is designed in conjunction with the new 9:ZERO:7 190mm hub set.  The rear hub is completely convertible, so it is compatible with both the aluminum 190mm and carbon 197mm frames.

Frame weight is 1340 grams.

Complete Bike MSRP $4199.00

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HOGBACK – World’s First Full Carbon Fat Bike

38 Frameworks of Denver, Colorado as built the world’s first USA made full carbon fat bike, the HOGBACK. Here are some of the details found on there website:

  • Custom ENVE Carbon Tubeset
  • Rear Spacing for 4.7″+ tires
  • 100mm BB Shell
  • Direct-Mount Front Deraileur
  • Oversized Head Tube

Visit there website often as more details become available:

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Carver TRANS-Fat – Full Suspension Fat Bike

Every month I find the world of fat bikes getting more and more interesting. Below is the latest creation from Carver bikes, the TRANS-Fat full suspension fat bike.

Here are some direct quotes from the Carver website:

“A project that was close to a year in the making has finally concluded with our first production TRANS-Fat. The TRANS-Fat was originally created as a custom bike for a customer. Thankfully, the customer was willing to wait as we diligently worked out the quirks with one of the world’s first production full suspension fat bike frames. The resulting bike rides like you might think: smoooooth….”

“It is great to see a long-term project come to a successful end. After the final photo shoot the bike was packed up and shipped off to a very happy customer. After riding several versions of the TRANS-Fat, we can say it is an absolute blast to ride. At first it may seem a little too soft, mostly because you have added four inches of rear wheel travel to an already aired down 4″ rear tire. But after the initial squish factor fades, you realize how much this bike rips. Climbing, descending, cornering…the bike NEVER loses traction. Maybe not the fastest bike up the climb, but the TRANS-Fat opens the door to climbing trail sections you never thought possible.”

Click here for more info:

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