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  • Premier Icon kayak23
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    Have we done this? 😯

    Rungu Juggernaut

    [video]http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V0OJYopJ7MU&feature=youtu.be[/video]

    Juggernaut’s long wheel base design and  three fat (4.7?) tires improve float on sand and snow over fat bikes by 50%.

    The 26” fat tire front wheels with over 29” in projected diameter overcome obstacles up to 6” tall at crawl speed.

    Standard Features

    Aluminum frame with extended wheelbase for better weight distribution
    Three wheels – two wheels in front for stability
    Low gearing for difficult terrain
    Mounting points for e-bike kits and overhead racks
    Fat rear tire in back for traction and control in sand and snow
    Shoulder width front-wheel spacing to improve tricycle handling
    Hydraulic rear brake for dependable braking regardless weather or temperature
    Dual front brakes improve brake force up to double a standard bike
    100 mm bottom bracket and crankset provides chain clearance around 4.7? tires

    Rungu Juggernaut

    Premier Icon JoeG
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    😯

    That’s wrong. 😡

    Just wrong! 😡

    Premier Icon paladin
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    That’s great!

    You can fit wings to it….. 😆

    jools182
    Member

    That’s what my bike feels like to ride

    fasthaggis
    Member

    Iditarod bike special?

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    bencooper was posting something in the “what have you made recently” thread about a tricycle with two wheels up front and mentioned something about adjusting the steering linkage to maintain front wheel turning alignment somethingorother. I dont quite get it but I imagine it matters but I cant see anything on the juggernaut. Maybe ben can elucidate.

    Either way that monster of a bike is still ace 🙂

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