Gravity Bikes Deadeye Monster Fat Bikes

DESCRIPTION

  • Frame: Single Speed FatBike Alloy 6061 Frame, W/Disc Mount Only, Tig Weld, H2O bosses
  • Fork: 26" Threadless steerer 31.8MM Cr-Mo.
  • Crankset: Lasco 32T Blackx170mm
  • Bottom Bracket: VP-B73 Cartridge 68MM/135MM
  • Pedals: VP-992S Plastic Body W/Steel Cage

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 17, 2015]
Ty
All Mountain Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Cheap, cheap, cheap. Good brakes and decent specs for the price

Weakness:

Stock tires

I bought this bike just to do some winter biking and keep my stamina up. I got this bike for about 400$ and that is an excellent price compared to the ridiculous price that companies are making you pay for right now to get into a fatbike. This bike is not for everyone though. The model I got is a single speed 32x22 which is decent if you are strong enough to do a single speed setup. The Vee mission tires are junk and you're going to need to spend at least another 150$ to get a decent tire for snow. Keep that in mind if you are looking to ride in the snow. The brakes are decent and perform nicely. The seat is standard entry WTB seat. The frame has a nice coating for gloss. The crankset is a no-name, but oddly has a bash guard. The rims are 50mm offset so keep in mind that you're going to have a hard time finding tires that will work larger than 4.0. The frame states it can handle 4.5, but I think the rear could handle a 4.8 and if you got a different fork you could do a 4.8. I'd say, get 26x4.0 studded snow tires and save your money

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