When the guys at Specialized bet on a trend, the industry takes note. The Fatboy Pro upgrades its predecessor—the same bike that won the first-ever Fat Bike National Championships—with well-balanced, tricked-out components for a fast, fun ride on any terrain.
Here’s what makes it great:
Superwide 4.6-inch tires—more than twice the size of standard mountain bike rubber—turn this bike into the cycling equivalent of a monster truck, able to eat up obstacles.
The three-inch travel Bluto suspension fork smooths out bumpy trails, keeping your tires at max traction.
When you’re shredding mud, dirt, and debris all day, simpler is better. By dropping a chainring up front, SRAM’s X01 drivetrain simplifies shifting, eliminates “ghost shifts,” and sheds weight.
With the touch of a button, the dropper post allows you to lower your center of gravity for downhill ripping, then raise it up again for climbing power.