A customers Travers Rudy Fat came in for a refit. New Lauf Carbonara forks and Vittoria bomboloni 29 x 3" tyres. This bike can now handle pretty much anything.
Travers Rudy fat 29+ with some new wheels, Red Nextie Jungle Fox II with custom logos and Hope Pro 4 hubs.
For Sale: £1999 Used Large Rudy Fat 29+, its my personal bike and as you can guess it has had only the best components put on it. Except for the crank, forks and frame everything else is new this year. The tyres, front wheel cassette and chain have only done 4 rides!
There are a few marks on the forks but it is only in the clear coat and I have included photos. There are no dents in the frame and it is straight and true. The frame has a lifetime warranty.
Travers titanium Large 29+ frame
Travers Prong 29 forks with anything cage mounts
Travers Carbon bars
KCNC F13 headset
Travers Carbon seat post
Anything Black 32t chainring
Praxis 11-40t cassette
XT rear mech
Halo Supa Drive Hub (white)
Nextie Jungle Fox rims
Vee Trax Fatty tyres (set up tubeless)
Thanks to Ralf for this picture of his Rudy Fat 29+, he is clearing heading into the hills for some bear bones camping.
The great thing about the Rudy Fat is that its so adaptable. Dan has just sent me these pictures of his stunning single speed build using a Problem Solver Eccentric BB. Clean and stripped back just like a single speed should be!
Great racing this weekend, I rode my Fat Race over to watch/cheer on the team at the Maldon Cyclocross race. Superb result with Steve wining overall and Pete getting a great 7th place.
Thanks to the Marco for the photo below of him at the top of Monte Novegno in Italy on his Rudy Fat.
I am getting my Rudy Fat 29+ ready for the BB200 in a couple of weeks. Everything is fitted except for the USB charger for the Garmin but the cable are in place. The bivy and sleeping bag will go on the Anything cages mounted to the traversbikes.com Prong 29 forks. I will also be running a saddle bag for tools and a small bag on the top tube (by the seat post) for grab food. Thanks to Kerry Staite for help with the K-Lite setup, Nextie Bike for the carbon 29+ rims (rear still to fit) and beerbabe.co.uk for the custom frame bag.
It was the first proper Fat Bike race yesterday for the Fat Race in the Brighton Big Dog. We entered the Fat Bike pairs category with was for bike with 3" plus tyres (so I could also ride the Rudy Fat).
We can in 2nd place in the category. The time would have put us in the top 20 in the male pairs (out of 70)! who said fat bike cant be fast!
Thanks to Kim Kragbæk Larsen for these pictures of his Rudy Fat built up.
HAND BUILT TITANIUM FRAMES.