The honeycomb design of the Fat Bee is certainly attention grabbing, but it's a matter of function just as much as art. The bike adjusts by several millimeters, allowing individual riders to dial in their correct size or riding geometry by adjusting each of the fasteners. Unfortunately, we didn't get a chance to take a spin on the bike, so the ride quality remains a mystery. The Fat Bee's build is certainly top-notch, with a Bluto front shock, Surly Clown Shoe rims and 4.8-inch Lou tires, Shimano XT hydraulic brakes, 14-speed Rolhoff hub, and Gates carbon drivetrain. The price starts around $3,800.