From wikipedia: A fatbike is a bicycle with over-sized tires, typically 3.7" or larger and rims wider than 44mm, that are designed for riding on soft unstable terrain such as snow and sand. These bikes are built around frames with large forks and stays to accommodate the wide rims required to fit ...

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Fatbike tire footprints?

I am curious if there are any empirical experiments, or theoretical computational results, comparing the "footprint" size of the various fatbike/29er/mountain bike tires? There are lots of claims ...
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What are the rim size options for fat bikes?

I recently purchased a fat bike through the internet, and found to my surprise, that it had 3" tires, and not 4" tires. What are the common fat bike rim sizes, and tire sizes? I'm primarily ...
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Rigid fork replacement for Rock Shox Bluto fat bike suspension fork? [closed]

I'm considering the purchase of a fat bike with a Rock Shox Bluto Fork. This fork takes a 150x50mm Maxle Light and 150mm hub. However, since winter is coming and I'll likely be riding in slop and ...
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Would “fat” tires help me learn skinnies/log rides?

I'm relatively new to mountain biking, and am considering purchasing a new, less expensive bike to help me learn to ride wooden obstacles (skinnies, curved bridges, etc.) without fear of damaging my ...
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Fat Tyre Punctures

I ride a Fat Bike which is fitted with 26x4.6" tyres. I am worried about puncturing on trails in the South African bush. What can be done to mitigate this risk of puncture as tire liners and ...