Why follow tracks when you can make your own? Experience the "foot out, flat out" fun of fat bike riding in any season. Whether you're tackling fresh snow pack or drifty sand dunes for days, the Yukon will keep you rallying your favorite terrain in a whole new way. Low Center of Gravity Playful Trail Bike - Sloping "low slung" front triangle design provides a low center of gravity & plenty of knee clearance for technical maneuvering and countersink control in deep conditions. Maximum Heel Clearance with Low Q-Factor - With a heavily swaged rear triangle including dropouts, seatstays, and chainstays, this versatile design allows even the warmest of riding boots to be worn, while the narrow Q-Factor crank provides a more natural feeling cycling experience. Adjustable Wheelbase and Tire Size Flexibility - The horizontal adjustable drop out system allows for +/- 15mm rear center length adjustment and tire sizing up 27.5 X 4.5" for maximum floatation to dial in stability & playful handling.
From parkways to paths and everything in between, this versatile bike can add some spice to your commute or fitness routine. With its flat handlebar, upright positioning, and suspension fork, you’re free to ride different types of terrain with confidence and control. With a rugged personality and a smooth riding style, ATX features the familiar flat handlebar look of a traditional mountain bike. It has a lightweight yet durable ALUXX aluminum frame and a suspension fork with 100mm of smooth travel to soak up bumps. The wheel diameter varies based on bike size, with 26-inch wheels on smaller frames and 27.5 on larger ones. This tailors the bike’s handling to a rider’s height. Powerful brakes deliver confident handling in all types of weather, and integrated mounts make it easy to add racks or fenders to suit your riding adventures. All-terrain versatility With a mountain bike-style flat handlebar and suspension fork, you can ride road or dirt with confidence. Lightweight and durable Frameset constructed with high-quality ALUXX aluminum. Comfort and stability Frame geometry puts the rider in a position that balances efficiency with stability on rough roads, paths, or trails.
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