History of Fat Bikes

Brief History of the Modern Day Fat Bike

History of Fat Bikes The history of fat bikes includes two stories of development in Alaska and southern New Mexico during the late 80’s and 90’s. Late 80s In Alaska, Steve Baker of Icicle Bicycle’s needed a bike that could…
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Our Model

Our Model

Over the past two decades, offshoring has significantly impacted the bike industry. The majority of bike companies closed their American factories and outsourced their production to Asia chasing after cheaper labor and increased profits. During this time, bicycle manufacturers that…
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Bikepacking in Costa Rica

Through the positives and negatives I have experienced since moving to Costa Rica, I sure have been blessed with some great adventures. This one is definitely for the books. My girlfriend and I live on the north point of the…
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2016: Year in Review at Wyatt Bicycles

Happy New Year from Wyatt Bicycles! As 2016 comes to an end, I wanted to take some time to thank all of our fans and customers for your support this year. Your passion for seeking adventure has allowed us to continue…
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5 Benefits of Owning a Fat Bike

It’s a mountain bike…It’s a beach cruiser…It’s a FAT BIKE! Several years ago it was very rare to see a fat bike out in the wild, but over time they have gained a tremendous amount of popularity. Why? Because people started…
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Revamping of the Wyatt

[cl-review quote=”“These tires feel like a monster truck”, I remember thinking to myself on my first ride this week with the new Shimano and Maxxis rebuild kit. Corners were ever more pin-able, holding my speed and maintaining supreme grip. Braking…
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