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Fat Bikes
#11
I've seen 2 being used as commuters in London.

How do they feel when they're using properly low tyre pressures? Still like rigid bikes?
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"Yankee" Wrote:I've seen 2 being used as commuters in London.

How do they feel when they're using properly low tyre pressures? Still like rigid bikes?

Sailor was running 7psi in his when i had a go and it didn't feel too harsh, or bouncy surprisingly (no doubt due to the low pressure), but if i were to get one i'd want a susspension fork as i'd imagine it would get tireing after a while. I love the look of them, and the noise from the tyres makes me laugh.
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