Fatback Skookum Fat Bikes

DESCRIPTION

Designed around a 120mm travel fork and internally routed dropper post, it has an integrated down tube and chain stay protectors, a 197mm through axle, and clearance for narrow Q Factor cranks.

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 13, 2020]
JPratt450


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

Very light for a fat bike. High quality components with multiple component options. Great company to deal with. Super fun bike in dirt, roots, and snow. I’ve had my Skookum since May 2020. I live in Oklahoma so I typically ride dirt single track with lots of roots and small half exposed rocks. I picked the Skookum due to the shorter chain stays so I could have a more responsive ride. It is a blast to ride. It rolls over everything, but it’s still light enough to bunny hop. Today, December 13th, we actually got some snow. Needless to say, riding the Skookum in the snow is a blast too. Definitely a leg scorcher!

Weakness:

The dealer network is very small so I ordered my Skookum directly from the company. The company was very easy to deal with. I did not realize, however, that the bike would come completely disassembled. Another, much cheaper bike I ordered came assembled, except for handlebars and wheels attached for only a $50 fee. I’m not a bike mechanic so I had to have the Skookum assembled at a LBS.

Price Paid:
3000
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2020
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