Carver Bikes Snow Fat Bikes

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Product Description

  • 3/2.5 Seamless Aerospace Ti
  • Clearance for 3.8" tires
  • Call about custom options
  • 6mm water cut dropouts
  • Rear Rack Mounts

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Fat Tire Revelation in Snow: Narrower Front, Fatter Rear.

Running a 4.8" or 5" front tire can bog you down in certain situations. Fresh pow (250 to 300g/cm^3) tends to build up at the front tire and you try to dig in with the rear, and switch to a lower gear to get above the snow and "float". Then you can spin out because of the buildup of snow at the ... Read More »

SNOW - 29 tubeless vs fatbike

IMO, you can take a tubeless 29er on any groomed trail that a fatbikes use. In your opinion, at what level of terrain does it start to make a difference?Read More »

big fat 29er for snow riding

i'd like to get a set of tires for my specialized carbon evo r hardtail for snow riding this winter. The trails i ride get snowshoe and xc skiing use as well, so the conditions range from loose shallow snow to packed powder. last year i used my normal tires (29x2.25 rocket ron) at low pressure, bu ... Read More »

CB area snow levels

With the recent rain and snow I was wondering how low the snow line is in the area? I'm sure the alpine rides are all done for the season but is Doctors Park still snow free? I'm sure it will be muddy at the very least a couple days. I was hoping to sneak this one in if it isn't too late already ... Read More »

rental experience at mt snow - looking for outside opinion on DH bike susp setup

My brothers got me a 150$ gift certificate to Mt Snow for downhill for my birthday. Awesome gift, so I went this past weekend. I dont really do downhill but I have taken my specialized pitch to Highland and Burke mountain... for what I do (nothing crazy), the specialized pitch is perfect.. I plush u ... Read More »

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