Check out these fatbikes – it’s show and tell time!
Remember the days in school when you could bring a cool toy or something from home that you couldn’t wait to tell your classmates about? Now, you may still want to share your enthusiasm about your fatbike, and the Fatbike Gallery’s “show & tell” page gives you a place to share that enthusiasm.
Aaron’s Cuyuna G Series Surly Moonlander
Andy’s Salsa Mukluk Ti Singlespeed
The beautiful fatbike above was submitted by Fatbike Gallery reader Andy O. Andy built this titanium Salsa Mukluk as his all purpose fatbike for covering every type of riding he wants to do. He mentions that this build allows him to switch gears (note the double chainring and double cog set-up), it has hand-polished Race Face cranks, a ti Crupi bmx seat (Andy’s a former bmx racer), Easton carbon bars, and a very unique single lever brake set up (one brake lever controls the two 185mm rotor disc brakes). As you can see, this is a beautiful bike, and Andy certainly focused on the details. We should also mention that Andy credits Tobie and the good folks at North Central Cyclery in DeKalb, IL for helping him pull this bike together, and he mentions he found FatbikeGallery.com through www.Fat-bike.com. Thanks for sharing the photos of this awesome build Andy. Ride on!
Alan’s Military-themed Pugsley
The Military-inspired Pugsley shown here is the proud creation of Fatbike Gallery reader Alan P. Alan indicates it started it’s life as a stock 2012 Pugsley Snowblind fatbike, although that may not be obvious given its custom color and transformation. Features include: custom powder coating, Hope Pro EVO rear hub, Brooks Champion Standard B17 saddle, Surly rear rack. If you can’t wait to build one yourself, note that Alan’s is for sale (he posted it on PinkBike.com under California XC bikes). Alan has certainly made his Pugsley unique!