We've been building, riding, and customizing fat bikes since the Surly Pugsley frameset became available in 2005. Since then we've stayed ahead of the curve by offering the best selection in performance fat bikes by working with Salsa Cycles and Surly Bikes. These are the brands driving the fat bike category and blazing the trail for others to follow.
We've enjoyed watching fat bikes go from seasonal toys to year-round overland adventure machines. While fat bikes have plowed into the mainstream, mid-fat and plus bikes have followed in suit. We love setting people up for off-road adventures.
2019 Surly Pugsley
Previously a great all-around fat bike, the Pugsley has been redesigned to be the ultimate off-road touring and exploration rig. Maximalist off-road tourists, explorers looking to get off the beaten path, and survivalists for whom being stranded isn;t an option will all appreciate Pugsley's wider footprint, longer and more stable wheelbase, and plethora of accessory mounts.
2019 Salsa Beargrease Carbon Deore (Large)
Beargrease Carbon Deore 1x doesn’t just roll over anything, it flies. This is the ultimate fat bike designed to convert strength and determination into speed. It is built with a carbon frame, Kingpin Deluxe fork, 80mm rims with 27.5 x 4” fat tires, and a Shimano Deore 1x drivetrain for unrivalled performance.
2019 Salsa Mukluk Deore 1x (Small, Medium)
Mukluk Deore 1X is perfect for all types of exploration. The Shimano Deore drivetrain provides clean, crisp shifing. Plus, you’ll have the traction and stability to take on any surface with 26’’ Maxxis Minion tires on 80mm rims.
When you buy a new or used bicycle from Old Spokes Home, you get:
- the ongoing support of an experienced service staff that wants you to love biking
- complimentary adjustments for 30 days
- 10% off in-stock accessories for 30 days after any bike purchase. For starters, think about a lock, lights, and a helmet.
- to support Old Spokes Home’s mission: creating access to bikes and the opportunities they provide for our whole community