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Have one coming tomorrow, and it's stock with 26x4 wheels/tires. Which is fine for some things. I'm curious how far you can push this "fat bike" into regular 29er XC territory? With a bluto up front, and say, a 2.4 tire with appropriate wheelset, could it be light enough and feel "normal" enough to not need another bike?

I already have a 29er full suspension xc bike, and would use the Otso as a fat bike for some winter riding/racing, but the rest of the year, I'd love to see if I could use it like I would a light hardtail XC bike.

Anyone have any photos of narrower 29 wheels/tires on a Voytek?
 

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Depends on you, your trails, your preferences, etc...

In short, it's a modern hardtail that happens to be able to run fatter tires.
 
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