At present REI introduced the addition of a fats bike to their Co-op line of affordably priced bicycles. The Co-op Cycles DRT 4.1 Fat-Tire Bike options 4.8-inch tires rolling on an aluminum body, and is priced at $1,299.
Construct highlights embrace a 1×12 SRAM NX/SX drivetrain, Shimano Acera hydraulic disc brakes, and a inflexible aluminum fork. The bike seems to have loads of mounting choices on the body and the fork for bottle cages, racks, and fenders. All instructed, REI claims the bike weighs 39lbs., which isn’t too unhealthy, although seemingly represents the smallest dimension body.
With a 68° head tube angle, the DRT 4.1 Fats-Tire bike ought to present a reasonably relaxed trip really feel by means of snowy and sandy circumstances. The complete geometry and dimension chart is included beneath.
|Efficient Prime Tube||564||591||618||646||675|
|Seat Tube Heart-Prime||360||395||430||465||500|
|Head Tube Angle (levels)||68||68||68||68||68|
|Seat Tube Angle (levels)||72||72||72||72||72|
The DRT 4.1 Fats-Tire Bike is available in shops, and on-line for transport to US prospects solely. Learn more at REI.com.