Lynskey Performance Designs Stratus Fat Bikes

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $6114.00

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The Lynskey Stratus all terrain fatbike is ready to roll over anything that gets in your way whether you're on the trail, at the beach, or headed to your favorite Pub. We've put together the perfect value in component selection to insure that your adventure is not plagued with problems and that your wallet stays as fat as your new bike. We start off by matching up super-husky Rolling Darryl rims and Big Fat Larry and Nate tires. This combo leaves a print so big you'd think Bigfoot just strolled by. A Surly Moonlander fork combines with an All FSA cockpit for smooth perfect steering. Shimano XT disc brakes have massive power for stopping all that spinning rubber and laugh at all the crud, sand, and snow you'll be blasting through. The all Shimano XT shifting package works in perfect harmony with RaceFace Turbine Cranks. You'll have perfect shifting and no worries about clearances or weird chainlines. Our Stratus XT package takes away all your worries about matching components and lets you spend more time planning that next bike packing adventure.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by BigLou52

Date Reviewed: October 29, 2014

Strengths:    the b
Just built the bike. It motors through anything easily. Bike is amazingly light, considering I have a Bluto front fork on it.

Weaknesses:    none yet

Bottom Line:   
I have this setup as a true mountain bike with a Bluto 100 MM fork, fat marge rims with hope hubs, and a XO ten speed
setup. It is just a very forgiving easy bike to ride. Surprisingly very agile and fast. Climbs very well, is a breeze in the sand, and
gobbles up roots and loose gravel. The mix of suspension fork, titanium frame , and the rest of the components make it a
a real do it all Mtn bike

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lynskey stratus with bluto

i recently ordered a medium lynskey stratus frame. just want to ask if it is ok to use a 100mm travel rockshox bluto? i know the recommended forks a-c length is up to 483mm only. i'm planning to use 26x4.8 surly bud at the front and 26x3.8 nate at the rear, both mounted on rolling darylls. thanks.Read More »

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Lynskey Stratus?

Probably a long shot, but has anyone had a chance to get any seat time on the Stratus? I've held it (the frame) and looked at it but am wondering if I dare upgrade from my trusty 'ol 2010 Fatback.Read More »

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