A bit of a proud moment for me! It taken a lot of hard work to get to this point but its all been worth it.
The Travers "Fat Race" has been out on long term test BikeRadar (and is in the July issue of What Mountain Bike).
Wayne Elliott from EDS Bikes will be riding a traversbikes.com "Fat Race" Coast to Coast from Seascale to Whitby in one day. How fast can he do it? have a guess here (http://www.howfast.org/wayne-elliott/) and the 3 closest times will win a prize.
The frame is a standard medium "Fat Race" frame with proper Fat Bike tyres (no slicks here).
All proceeds will go to the charity JDRF Improving lives and curing Type 1 Diabetes'.
The bike will be on display at Eds Bikes until the "Coast to Coast" ride then will feature at the Yorkshire Bicycle Show. The bike will then have flat bars fitted and become available to test from Eds Bikes (North Yorkshire).
Weather you are small or tall we have titanium frames in stock, ready to ship today.
Check out the Rudy 29er a light weight race bred frame ready to hit the XC circuit! Or maybe endurance riding is more your thing, if that's the case the you will be wanting the Rudy Fat 29+, it can handle tyres up to 3" so will insulate you from the worst the trails can throw at you. Maybe you are not into racing and want something more relaxed...maybe you are Fat bike curious...then take a look at the Fat Race out 26" fat bike.
Did I mention they are all available in XL and Small off the shelf?
Not sure what size is right for you? Check out the frames page for a visual guide.
There is a 10% discount off Small and XL frames over the next month using code: SMALLXL
The Travers Fat Race has been updated, the chainstay have lengthens by 5mm to allow you to run 29+ wheel (on 170mm hubs) in the summer and 26" Fat wheels in the winter. The headtube is now tapered ready for the New Carbon Travers "Fat Prong" Fork. The frame are available to buy and are in stock now!
The "Fat Race" has been away on long term test with "What Mountain Bikes" (Bike Radar) since October and the initial review has just been published in the magazine (but not on the site yet).
Have Fat Bikes just become main stream?
I am very happy...read for yourself, the review is below.
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