Fat bike for £1k? Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Fat bike for £1k? Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total) Fat bike for £1k? allthegearMember Supposing I had a £1k Halfords voucher, is there anyone that would be able to supply me with a fat bike? Would be perfect for the miles of coastline around me. Rachel Posted 6 years ago TandemJeremyMember sun spider? http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/sun-spider-better-than-you-would-think-759266.html Posted 6 years ago dirk_pumpaMember Id rather buy a thousand scratch cards. Posted 6 years ago cynic-alMember Not from a retailer. I did mine as cheaply as I could with sh parts and a re welded £100 frame, still £900. Posted 6 years ago TeetosugarsSubscriber Brant is bringing out the On-One version for around that price IIRC.. Posted 6 years ago motormanMember Yes, the On One Fatbike has a target price of 1K, out middle of year. Posted 6 years ago tonSubscriber i had a spin round the carpark on johnclimber’s mukluk at HTN. they do seem like good fun fatbikes, don’t they? Posted 6 years ago AlexSimonSubscriber Well, it’s obviously ruled out because of the Bike to Work Halfords thing, but there’s a Pug on ebay at the moment: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Surly-Pugsley-Fatbike-/120852803197?pt=UK_Bikes_GL&hash=item1c23636e7d Posted 6 years ago druidhMember I’d have a look at some of the recent Cycle to Work/Cyclescheme threads on here and work out whether or not you would actually make much of a saving. As Al says, the Fat-specific components (wheels, tyres, cranks) are all pretty expensive at the moment. That’s why the Pugsley and Mukluk are actually really good value as a full build. It’ll be interesting to see what sort of price the On One appears at – and what sacrifices (if any) have had to be made to get to that £1k price point. Edit: That one on ebay is a steal. I’m guessing that reserve has been set at £750. Posted 6 years ago wwaswasSubscriber what sacrifices (if any) have had to be made to get to that £1k price point 2.2″ tyres max 😉 Posted 6 years ago Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total) The topic ‘Fat bike for £1k?’ is closed to new replies.