fat biking RSS

Fat Bike Tires, fat biking, Summer -

*Fat Bike Asinine partners with Amazon and receives a small commission from product links in our blog posts. If you’re going to buy something on Amazon (anything), please click one of our links prior to making your purchase and we will receive a small commission at no additional charge to you. Thanks for your support. It’s almost officially summer and time to throw on some tires for the warm weather. With so many options on the market these days it can be overwhelming. However, there are a couple standouts for all around summer fun on single track trails, sandy beaches...

Read more

fat bike apparel, fat bike asinine, fat biking, Foam Mountain Bike Grips, mountain bike, Spring Break -

Wow, we just got back from a week long fat biking and mountain biking vacation... and video shoot to Lake Pueblo State Park in Southern Colorado. The trails were dry and super fun to ride. The park is so vast that during the entire time we only saw a couple of other riders! Oh No! We managed to break a fatty on day one and everyone got some level of sun burn by the end of the week. We tried out new wheels, tires, silicone foam grips and other new gear. Our 2020 edition fat bikes were pushed to their max. What a...

Read more

fat bike, fat bike asinine, fat biking, Fat Biking Tips, mountain bike -

One of the biggest advancements in mountain biking was the invention of the suspension fork. It allowed us to get down some gnarly trails that were otherwise un-rideable and was the beginning of modern mountain biking as we know it. Jump forward to today with fat bikes and we are almost repeating the same cycle again. We have gone back in time to rigid frame technologically. Or have we?

Read more

fat bike asinine, fat biking, Fat Biking Tips -

To stud or not to stud… that is the question we look at today. It’s a huge choice to make. During the winter months some of us get snow and ice while others get none at all. And then there’s that in between zone that most of us fat bikers reside in. One big thing to consider I think is price. Studded fat bike tires are not cheap. You’re going to be spending about $140-$250+ per tire. Yep, you read that correctly. That’s more than big mud tires for off road vehicles (I just bought a set of 33” Maxxis...

Read more