On-One fatty: Based around a twin top tube frame
design, giving optimal material placement and
mounting points for a high-volume frame bag, On-One’s new fat bike features progressive, trail-wor-thy geometry optimized for use in true all-terrain
Salsa Beargrease: Featuring Salsa’s
ultralight Beargrease aluminum fork
and traditional vertical dropouts,
Beargrease takes a minimalist
approach to keep bike weight down
and speed up, while still delivering
the necessary floatation to keep
you riding in the soft stuff. $3000.
Surly Moonlander: This bike accommodates staggeringly
wide 4.7-inch tires on 100-millimeter rims. The
Moonlander is made of Surly 4130 chromoly steel. It
features 135-millimeter-spaced, 28-millimeter-offset,
rear-loading Surly horizontal dropouts (track ends)
with a derailleur hanger—meaning you can set it up
as a single-speed or geared bike. $2450.
Jones Space frame: Jones doesn’t have complete
bikes in a box to ship instantly, but they do have steel
Space frames and Truss forks in stock and ready for
Jeff Jones to weld into the perfect bike for you.
Each bike has various options and can be built up
in different ways depending on what you need.
The steel Space frame can be built just about any
way you want it, including this option with a fat tire
up front. $3500.