GC are reported to have less rolling resistance and the tread pattern is a little less aggressive. I am looking for an equivalent size with a better roll for the smoother trails.
3-4 weeks is what I was told last week so...
This is surprising, with their track record of delivering the Fatboy promptly:skep: one one think they could just order and bam they would show up in a few daysSpoke with Spec. dealer in MD on Saturday. His computer shows "late march" availability. He goes on to say that this may be just a first shipment and some fulfillment of pre-orders. Does not mean that there is warehouse stock or anybody can order today and receive them next week. Goes on to say that the message might be updated at any time to a later date because of delays or the first batch sold out and the next is expected on ____.
Warehouse stock that any dealer can order and get in his next delivery usually says, "Quantity : 20+"
I heard this but most likely longer.3-4 weeks is what I was told last week so...
This dealer is admittedly not fat-knowledgeable. The weight and price made him do a double take. After he read the specs to me and availability note I asked him what that means in his experience with any of their other products in the dealer portal. Keeping the conversation light and not throwing anyone under the bus I refrained from the delivery issues of their bike. We're not in the fat-bike-belt and he'll probably never have one on the floor anyway.This is surprising, with their track record of delivering the Fatboy promptly:skep: one one think they could just order and bam they would show up in a few days
We are just happy to see a price and for them to show up on the website.
I hear you on the motorcycle tire prices vs bike tire prices. The only thing I find comfort in is that at least my bike tires last a few seasons whereas my motorcycle tires are good for a few months if that. Both sports are pretty expensive when you factor in all the consumables.I'm hoping for 4.5" as well, I'm pretty sure that will fit on my new Mukluk.
Coming from the world of motorcycles it's pretty amazing what you guys are used to in terms of pricing, I can literally get a complete set of tires for my 450 motocross bike for $160-180. Hopefully with the segment growing choices will increase and prices will come down.