Here is my latest fat bike ello folks. It's been in the works for a long time, but it's all dialed in just in time for winter. Hope you all like it! Below is some info on it and pics!
The Benefat was created out of the want for a fat bike that handled like a agile trail bike. Big tires are fun, a lot of fun, but typical fat bikes feel a bit sluggish and are not exactly playful and snappy. They're hard to hop, flick, corner and manual. Fat bikes should be fun to ride year-round on the same trails you blast with your non-fatty whether it's dry and dusty or full of snow. The geometry is derived from the SlayRide with the head tube angle dialed in for a 100mm travel Bluto fork and a sensible amount of bottom bracket drop for the big tires. The rear end of the bike is short, very short, and this really helps give the Benefat that playful feeling. Equipped with a 197mm x 12 thru axle to allow for more clearance and an ideal chain line even with the biggest tires and rims you can buy! You can also run 29 x 3in tires on 50mm rims for a little less wheel girth when speed is more important. To pull all this off the frame features a custom yoke, curved seat tube and down tube. It also comes standard with internal routing for a dropper post, after all this is a big wheel bike made for getting rad. It's silly fun.
You can see more pics and learn more about the Benefat here.