The second bike in the original post is a "Hangover" by "Total BMX" this model is the H2
The head tube on the bike does not have the stamped logo in the first image.
There have been several versions of the Hangover - currently on H4. The headtube always has a sticker.
I'm still looking for the stamped logo
As Fatalize said it is ...
I have a peugeot frame of a similar age and have found it to be more bother than its worth.
There was a period when peugeot made an effort to make all of their compenent dimensions round metric numbers. This practice was not adopted by many other manufacturers so getting parts to fit that frame might be a hassle.
On my peugeot frame;
Steering tube internal ...
This appears to be a 2003 Stumpjumper FSR XC disc. It has aftermarket parts like the Deore rear derailleur (stock was Shimano 9s XT), RockShox Reba fork (stock was 100mm Manitou Super Axle). The crankset---which looks gorgeous with the color scheme of this bike-- is not the stock Specialized Strong Arm II, I don't believe.
Observations that made me decide ...
Based on their website - they don't sell fatbikes. The two models of full-squish bike are called "wild cup" and "wild one"
But the images show "normal" sized tyres, and distinctively different top-mount for the shock.
So either its a model no-longer sold, it's from a different ...
It looks a lot like a bike made by Giant branded in different ways for different markets.
There are several frames made with a circle cutout and a sort of X shaped gusset. The circle in the middle with a rolled edge is rare.
Here it is as a 1983/1984 Repco Team Hotfoot
It was made by Giant for Repco
Here's an 82 Team Giant with a ...