9:ZERO:7 Titanium Fat Bikes
|MSRP : $2850.00|
Product DescriptionThe 9:ZERO:7 titanium frames are crafted by the artisans at Black Sheep Bikes, a small frame fabricator in Fort Collins, Colorado. Offering a livelier ride quality than its aluminum counterpart, the titanium 9:ZERO:7 was conceived as a lighter snow bike equipped for the most demanding fat tire adventures. Named after the area code of Alaska, the 9:ZERO:7 is crafted out of USA milled, 3Al-2.5V titanium and offers a host of features to optimize your fat tire experience. Starting with a slightly elongated head-tube and longer chain-stays, the 9:ZERO:7 features six rack mounts, three water bottle mounts, fender mounts, and full cable housing on a lightweight titanium frame. With a rear spacing of 170mm, building additional wheel sets is a snap. Pair a 170mm rear hub with any rim width and any tire, and you are ready for burly fat tire adventures. The 9:ZERO:7 titanium frame comes with a life-time warranty and can be ordered in any custom size as well as any dropout option.
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