Why Cycles finally answers the fat bike question with titanium Big Iron 27.5

After introducing titanium gravel bikes, plus bikes, and even a dirt jumper, Why Cycles will finally have a titanium fat bike. Even with a name like the Big Iron, the fat bike will be anything but, with a lightweight titanium build that represents Adam Miller’s latest take on fat. Miller has quite the resume when […] The post Why Cycles finally answers the fat bike question with titanium Big Iron 27.5 appeared first on Bikerumor .

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