I know I shouldn't but it's been bugging me – 650b Fat

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  • bencooper
    Member

    Because 650b is only 12mm different in radius from 26″ anyway, so really it makes naff-all difference. There’s a bigger difference between 3.7″ and 4.7″ fat tyres.

    And really, we don’t need yet another size.

    julioflo
    Member

    Are there any 650b fat bikes / wheels / tyres out there yet?

    If not, with the industry moving towards 650b adn away from 26″, how come all the new Fat bikes from Specialised and Trek are not 650b Fat Bikes….

    Or is that being saved for next year?

    gordimhor
    Member

    Niche to see you, to see you niche

    julioflo
    Member

    Bencooper, that was the sort of answer I was hoping for. Phew & thankyou

    tazzymtb
    Member

    29+ for the fat cush without the drag like the knard and the new dirt wizard. 26 Fat for float…no need for a halfway house that can be covered by sticking a bud and lou on a 26 fatty rim for 125mm of wobbly bobbly fun

    Premier Icon ratherbeintobago
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    29+ for the fat cush without the drag like the knard and the new dirt wizard

    I thought the Dirt Wizard was 26×2.75? Is there a 29+ version too?

    tazzymtb
    Member

    Is there a 29+ version too?

    yep hopefully in time for Santa to empty his sack for me!

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