We had a great time last week down at Sea Otter and it was great to see all the new products from everyone we’ve been missing since 2020. Our newest offering is the Crow Pass Adventure Bike and here’s what The Radavist had to say about it: We like ti bikes, thicc tires, and forks […]
As with all good ideas, and some not so good ideas, it started with a beer. A beer and a really damn good friend. “How about you come to Oregon and ride a gravel race with me and I’ll come to Alaska to ride the White Mountains 100 with you?”, I asked said good friend, Jamie Hollingsworth, […]
Enjoy this article featured in the Washington Post that highlights one of our Corvus dealers – Teton Mountain Tours. By Dina Mishev November 11, 2021 at 2:35 p.m. EST Originally Published Here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/fat-bikes-snow-ski-resorts-biking/2021/11/11/65cba732-3e73-11ec-a493-51b0252dea0c_story.html In first grade at St. Pius X School, Sister Thomas gave my class a free period each week to reflect upon our sins. […]
On this episode of the Danger Gnome Podcast Tio Gomez talks with the Fatbassador to Alaska Travis and then visits with Scott and Greg from Corvus Cycles (formerly Fatback Bicycles). Scott and Greg talk about the new brand and their new bikes. Travis just took home a new Corvus Akio all decked out with Big […]
The Fatback Big Su and Knight Composites wheelsets These two new rims from Fatback Bikes bring serious innovation to fat bike wheel design and represent the new standard in fat bike wheelsets. THE BACKSTORY While fat bike technology has expanded a great deal over the last decade, there was still room for improvements in rim […]
The ‘original’ Fatbike World Championships in Talkeetna, Alaska. This year’s course sported an above-average snowpack, yet a super firm course thanks to weeks of grooming efforts. Thankfully the day started off with firm footing, as more than a foot of snow fell throughout the day of the event.
Fat bike racing distances vary considerably, and the winter temps, along with snow and ice present some unique needs. The first thing I look for in a multi-tool are little pieces that might fall into the snow, never to be seen again. Steer clear of the inspector gadget tools for that reason. Generally speaking, I […]
“Hi, I’m Lei, and I like to ride bikes” I chirped from my spot among the twenty or so other women. We were gathered for a weekend of all things bicycle. A plan brewed up in a local coffee shop last March manifested into a successful event simply dubbed Women’s Mountain bike Weekend. Amy Dalton, former […]