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Chuck’s Belt Drive Rohloff

We finished up Chuck’s Gates Carbon Belt Drive, Rohloff Equipped Northpaw fat-bike recently and we couldn’t be happier with the result. Fortunately, so is Chuck! Chuck is a year ’round commuter and will be using the Northpaw as part of his fleet of bikes to get him where he is going regardless of the weather […]

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For Sale – Xtra Large Tatanka – Ready to Ride!

We have a ready to ride Tatanka ready to roll and for sale now! Check out the complete specs for this Tatanka best suited for a rider in the 6′ to 6′-4″ range. This XL Tatanka fatbike is a top-quality build custom assembled by our own build-meister, Jim Huber, and is specced with the following […]

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Fatbike Wheel Builds

Just like our 29-plus wheel builds, we’ve been building a lot of fat-bike wheels. I started shooting photos and will post them to a gallery on this page. Builds have been mostly our Northpaw-S 47mm fatbike rims with 170/135 hubs from Hope, Paul or Salsa although we have done both offset and symmetrical builds with […]

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Buffalo Longtail Fat-bike

  Here is a shot of the recently completed Buffalo Longtail fat-bike! More to come.

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It’s Twins for Trail Genius!

We ┬ájust delivered a pair of identical, custom-painted, IGH, Belt-drive Northpaw goodness to Jason and Chris at Trail Genius. The builds were identical except for the frame size: Schlick Northpaw Frame/Fork with Paragon Sliding Dropouts Alfine 8 IGH Hope FatSno 135mm Front Hub Gates CarbonDrive Belt System Marge Lite Rims Thomson Seatpost, Stem and Seat […]

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Tatanka Tandem

We built this fatbike tandem frame and fork, based on our Tatanka fatbike with some changes made to accommodate the tandem lifestyle, for our friend Ron in Minnesota and his wife to ride on surfaces as varied as single track and crushed limestone to sand and snow. The build is pretty straight forward with a […]

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