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.
For access to exclusive gear videos, celebrity interviews, and more, subscribe on YouTube!