Apollo Stout Fat Bikes

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Product Description

  • Frame: Triple butted 6061 alloy Fat bike frame. Tapered 1-1/8 to 1.5 head tube. 12x142mm dropout, direct mount front derailleur
  • Fork: Apollo 26" Fatty fork, full alloy with tapered 1-1/8-1.5 steerer
  • Headset: A-head semi integrated, for tapered 1.8-1.5 head tube, cartridge bearings with 8mm cone spacer
  • Handlebar: Factor butted alloy flat bar bore: 31.8mm W: 700mm, sweep: 9°
  • Grip: Ultra light hex shaped foam racing grips

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Specialized stout SL wheels vs bontrager mustang 29

I know both of these wheel sets are low end but would any have any significant advantage over the other? I bought the specialized set to install road tires on and have decided to scrap that idea. The specialized are unused and my bontragers have a dozen rides on them and are in perfect shape.Read More »

270lb Newby lookin for a hella stout long travel fork.....

270 ish when pedaling ..........just got a gary fisher kingfisher...... Need to upgrade the fork........supposedly has the original Manitou fork.......it's waaaay to soft........ What I'm want in is a dual crown air or maybe a coil fork...... With a 20 mill. Axle..... I'm new to this stuff so I'm ... Read More »

Tall stout wood jump

It was very windy today and I didn't want to go outside so I fixed up an old jump deign I've been brewing for a few years now. It looks like it will cost $200-$400 per jump depending on what fasteners and such are used. I like pricey star head screws and I use lots of glue. Could cost less if you ha ... Read More »

Stout SL hub vs. XT hubs

I have a set of Specialized Stout SL hubs with about 3,000 miles on them. They haven't been cared for properly and are exhibiting signs of wear, lbs advised looking into new hubs or wheelset. I can't locate much info on these hubs and was wondering how they compare to Shimano XT hubs. The Stout ... Read More »

Specialized Stout Hub

I'm not sure if I should put this in for sale or not, but hear me out. I just started a wheel build for a friend and was using a brown anodized Specialized Stout front hub I had bought on Ebay. I started lacing and ended up with not enough holes to make it around. At first, I thought the shop ... Read More »

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