The choice of many trekkers, mountain bikers, and touring enthusiasts. The Flyer and its ladies model Flyer S are classically sprung saddles for long distance trekking and touring. Sharing the same leather tops of the B17 models, they combine the comfort of these popular models with the extra suspension granted by two rear springs. Both are available with tubular steel rivets or with hand hammered copper rivets.
There have been no reviews posted yet for this product. Be the first by clicking Submit a Review
Found this bike (2009) still new online for like 379 (original MSRP was like 990). Would be using it to just cruise the hood and take the small trails for jumps, etc. Nothing crazy. Also may use it for the wife, she is short (5'2'') so I am thinking this could be a good bike for her. What do you ... Read More »
I bought the moto ti flyer 29 XO last summer as I got back in to biking. The moto worked awesome on my usual XC trails I rode, but I started riding more and more technical trails and it seems the bike as it was built has some limitations.
I started looking at some FS bikes but frankly I don't hav ... Read More »
Hey guys new here be easy on me. I've been looking for the original manufacture specs on this bike. Every internet search of the bike inevitably leads me back to this site... so I figured I would ask you guys for more info.
I am very interested in how many of these frames were made, seems like ev ... Read More »
It might take me a while, but I plan to scan every issue of the Fat Tire Flyer. Anyone else with a scanner and a few copies is invited to do some of the work and email me the results.
[URL="http://sonic.net/~ckelly/Seekay/ckimages/ftf01.pdf"]Here is issue one, September 1980. [/URL]Read More »