I'm always on the lookout for interesting fatbike stuff and I thought I would share with you my top five Fatbikes You Have Never Seen.
Starting at number five we have Daccordi Diavola. This makes the top five as it is a hand-made steel fatbike from Italy. Daccordi was founded in 1937 and primarily manufacturer steel, aluminum and carbon road bikes. I understand that they can offer custom paint that includes florescent . . . so no more reflectors.
Number four is the Pilgrim by Velotraum located in Germany. The Pilgrim is not I would call a pretty fatbike. I would call it practical with its headlight, bar ends, colour coordinated rack and kick stand. It looks like it would feel right at home cruising alongside a WWII army jeep.
The FAT LARD by Xeed comes in at number three on the Fatbikes You Have Never Seen list. The aluminum framed, carbon forked beauty can be found in Norway. The concave toptube and colour make it one sexy looking fatbike.
Number two is this full-suspension masterpiece from Transalps in Switzerland. The Fat 5 Plus runs the standard Bluto, internal cable routing and the ability to run 5" tires. It would look much nicer if it were a different colour and had some snazzy graphics. If you look closely you can see what looks to be a set of tweezers and a toothpick built into the crank arms.
And finally, the number one Fatbikes You Have Never Seen is the FAT SIX from Haibike. This German beauty just oozes cool with its chunky styling and camo-ish paint. It also sports a 36v 250w motor with lithium ion battery pack. At 50lbs it is a little fat, but I know you want to swing a leg over this bike and give it a spin.
So there you have it . . . my top five Fatbikes You Have Never Seen.
Do you have any suggestions to add to the list?
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