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    6'7" 260lbs Fat bike Motobecane Sturgis Bullet Titanium

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    Freshly assembled and unridden in this pic.
    6'7" 260lbs rding a new Motobecane Sturgis Bullet Ti 21" XL stock

    651mm top tube effective. Fits well, could use a riser bar and go from 90mm to 60mm stem for perfect fit. Seatpost has 25mm offset stock.
    Very much enjoying it.

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    I am heavy rider (240-250), *but* I am not known to haul domestic lager around
    through the snow at Christmas time, whilst wearing sleigh-bells, whilst an ear-worm
    beer jingle music plays.

    I ride a '95 red 'anodized' (matte) metallic-finish Schwinn Moab .3 mostly
    (stock with steel heavy-duty 1.25" rims w/ 12ga. spokes), and

    sometimes a Mongoose Dolomite with a few upgrades:

    SunRun 7sp rear cog, 14-34T
    175mm Truvativ IsoFlow crankset (square, w/ single 33T ring)
    45NRTH Hüsker Dü tires---older model 27 (or 72?) t.p.i. , I think
    RaceFace extended 400mm seat tube
    Nashbar SC-1 seat (which I discovered here on Canoe's Dolomite thread, thx)
    Plastic platform pedals (brand?)

    My favorite upgrade: Green 3m Diamond-Grade Retro-Reflective tape,
    wrapping most of the frame, secured with zipties.
    Lights up green!
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    6' 3" 265 lbs as the stork delivered.

    2015 Diamondback Atroz Comp

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    I'm 5'10"/1.778m and 245lbs/110kg ride ready.
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    2007 Raleigh XXIX+G 29er
    2007 Transition DirtBag
    2009 Yeti RDH

    I have found that I cannot ride on wheels with fewer than 32 spokes, cannot ride anything that is made from with Carbon Fiber, or anything XT/XTR/X.9/X.0 and ligher parts. I just habitually break it all.

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    6'11" khs 3000 all season (4.8 fat tire_) 21" frame

    favorite bike ever. been riding for 45 years

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    6'5", 240#.. This is actually my first post on MTBR! Anyway, I'm riding a Ghost Tacana Pro-6 (XL). It replaces a GT Karakoram Comp (XL). My GT felt like a larger bike but the ghost is much better equipped, lighter and more responsive on the trail. I added 180 mm cranks (actually swapped the 180mm upgrade, from the GT. I'm thinking about a riser bar upgrade. Any suggestions, advice or pointing me to the right post...on that (the bars) would be appreciated.
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    6'3" 250lbs ... trying to get back down to 215-220

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    2016 santa Cruz Bronson XL has changed geometry, and made the frame size more or less normal (used to be 1 size too small)

    Please see the articles and this spreadsheet for comparison

    First Ride: 2016 Santa Cruz Bronson | BIKE Magazine

    First Ride: 2016 Santa Cruz Bronson | BIKE Magazine

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    49yrs @ 5'10" and 240#
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    Finally got tired of turning my Scott 29'ers rims into taco's and got me a Fattie! Of course Ill still need to get better at landing! Feeling great. This time 2 years ago I was around 280 and would have had to rest after loading the bike in the car. Got down to 210, moved, started a new job and grew back up a little.Im sure Ill be back to a lean mean 200 by this time next year though................. Traded wheats(bread), grains(bread),alcohol (liquid bread) and sugar (bread) for greens and tons of bacon!! Good times!
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    I'm 6'4 about 205-210 and i ride a Salsa Spearfish with an XL frame. Started out at 240 on a trek x-cal then lost weight added muscle and now i fly on a fs. My buddies tell me i make the bike look small tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by M320 View Post

    6'4 290#. XXL Santa Cruz Tallboy LTc.

    This is my dream bike. Colors and all. Right now I'm on a Scott Genius 710

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigR1971 View Post
    6'2" and 373lbs just got into riding to hopefully lose some weight. I have a 2014 Raleigh Talus 29er
    I was wondering how has it been going for you I am about the same weight but 2 inches shorter. Hows the bike holding up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E-Wing View Post
    Exercise on the road bike and diet

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    Great work. my highest was 405 now down to 375 still trying to decide on what bike I am going to get. fatbike or 27.5

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    6'3" and after only riding maybe 4 times in the last year and not doing much of anything because of surgeries I have gained like 40 pounds so I am right around 310 now . I picked up this 2016 XL Orbea Loki h30 on xmas eve when it came into the shop we got it rideable and I had my first ride in months with my son on christmas day. Really out of shape but this bike is a blast to ride looking forward to more rides to come.





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    5'7" and 250 pounds. Last rode 3 years ago for a short time, and got out of it till a week ago. Diagnosed with diabetes 2 weeks ago, and needed something to do for excersize, so that I can hopefully drop the meds after dropping some weight. Hope to drop 50 pounds and the meds by the end of the year.

    Picked up a new '15 Specialized Pitch Comp, size medium.


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    This is an awesome section!

    I'm 5'10.5" at down to 245lb. from 260lb. I promised myself that if I dropped below 250lb I would get a mountain bike and have some fun. So here I am! Decisions, decisions.....

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    6'3 240 pounds

    Niner Air 9 Carbon XL

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    BZ, that's a pretty bike, love the reds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jing View Post
    BZ, that's a pretty bike, love the reds
    Thanks. I have just finished the build. Great deal on a frame from Backcountry.com and red Race Face components happened to be on sale on Amazon :-)

    Big Zee

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    Sup guys, glad I can talk to fellow clydesdales finally! I just posted in general discussion for my first post but thought Id post here too! I probably currently weigh about 260lbs at the moment due to not riding as much and holiday times got me good and Im about 5'11". But finally trying to ride my mtb more and getting back on the trainer and getting in some road rides. My goal is just to be able to climb better and up my cardio and also in the process drop some weight to close to 225 or so. The less the better right?! I currently ride a 2016 Trek Remedy 7 27.5" and Im loving it more than my old low spec'ed 29er hardtail. I will soon try to post my progression and what not. Its hard to ride more than twice a week due to working a 8-5 mon-fri and the closest MTB trail is 60 miles away. Glad to be able to join here!
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    dont focus totally on weight as i had been...i should have been taking notice of measurements as i have not lost that much weight in 2015 but i have gone down one size in jeans

    lost 5kg last year i did get down even lower but put it back on

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMISSIONARY View Post
    dont focus totally on weight as i had been...i should have been taking notice of measurements as i have not lost that much weight in 2015 but i have gone down one size in jeans

    lost 5kg last year i did get down even lower but put it back on

    Yah weight isnt the biggest issue for me, more on my size. I got a beer belly and love handles and some hee hooters id like GONE so time to wipe some dust off the gym membership card too. MAYBE just MAYBE lay off the heavy IPA's.....nah cant quit those lol.
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    Holding steady at 6'3 and 240 lbs. I ride an 01 Specialized enduro pro ht.

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    6'3" and fluctuate between 260-280 depending on training. I am trying to turn that around and get back down to sub 230 where I used to run pain free. I recently realized that being able to back squat 450 was pointless when I am out of breath on short jogs. So the transition has begun.

    I ride a Felt Trail 9 (29") with the only modification being a Fox front fork. I am interested to see where this next year takes me as my entire training focus is turned 180*

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    6' and currently 214lbs. I started a pretty strict low carb diet & consistent gym workouts a couple weeks ago so I'm hoping to be 19x in a month or two! I'm down 10 pounds from my starting weight.

    I ride a Giant Talon 29er that has some upgrades (most importantly a fork swap to a Rockshox TK Gold).

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    6'1" and now at 200lbs, down from 240lbs three years ago. I used to be a very competitive 165Lb XC racer, and then I got hit a dragged by a car and that resulted in me being left disabled. After learning to walk and talk again I got back on the trainer, when I started 20 minutes was a struggle but I have worked my way up from there over almost a decade. This year I am doing my first 24hr Solo, I know I won't be on the podium but it will be a victory for me regardless.

    My bike of choice is a Santa Cruz Highball Carbon 29er with my trusty and indestructable Industry Nine wheels, I also ride a Misfit Dissent singlespeed.

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    6'3 260ish lbs. Hope to be down to 210-220 by the end of the year.

    Just picked up a new ride to get back into it.
    Closeout 2012 Fuji Outland 1.0 29er

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    Hey guys. First post on here. I'm 5'11", started at 290lbs a month ago, down around 268lbs currently.
    I was an XC racer when I was a teenager, but now at 36, I'm a slug. I have 3 bikes. I have a 2003 Kona Caldera, a 2011 Cannondale CAADX 105 cyclocross bike and a 2014 Santa Cruz 5010C.

    I'm whipped into quite the frenzy to get back into riding this spring. I bought an indoor trainer and I've been hammering away on that to get some stamina.
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    Nice. Keep the good work. Take the dust away from your possessions.


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    Im 6'11"/285lbs and just barely literally getting into mountain biking and have no idea what the $h!+ to ride! Help a fellow gargantuan brother out. Heard of oversized xxxl frames from Zinn bikes and Maxx bikes, but seriously need some guidance. Did just get my wife a 2005 Specialized Hardrock Comp Disc in brand new shape, now we're scouring something for me. Heard good things about Specialized, Santa Cruz, Fuji...

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    Problem is at your height u may run into issues with the big name brands making bikes that big. Your weight isn't an issue just getting a bike that doesn't feel like your riding a kids bike.

    The specialty companies is going to be the way to go. The fastest way to ruin the experience of mountain biking is on a bike that doesn't fit.

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    I believe a good choice for you is to go a titanium hard tail custom. My2 cents


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    Quote Originally Posted by tigris99 View Post
    Problem is at your height u may run into issues with the big name brands making bikes that big. Your weight isn't an issue just getting a bike that doesn't feel like your riding a kids bike.

    The specialty companies is going to be the way to go. The fastest way to ruin the experience of mountain biking is on a bike that doesn't fit.

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    Or try. kHs. Xxl


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    Quote Originally Posted by protsi View Post
    Or try. kHs. Xxl


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    Go to this website

    http://zinncycles.com/Zinn/index.php...n-world-travel.

    I'm 100% they can put you in the right track for a tall guy like you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RJ2016 View Post
    Im 6'11"/285lbs and just barely literally getting into mountain biking and have no idea what the $h!+ to ride! Help a fellow gargantuan brother out. Heard of oversized xxxl frames from Zinn bikes and Maxx bikes, but seriously need some guidance. Did just get my wife a 2005 Specialized Hardrock Comp Disc in brand new shape, now we're scouring something for me. Heard good things about Specialized, Santa Cruz, Fuji...
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    Hello god be with you, 6'7" 220 lbs my cannondale trail 7 29er jumbo is very uncomfortable. I am giving up on bikes for now, wishing someone will buy my bike, have a bus pass now and walk, feel much better, will be posting a classified, i joined the forum today god be praised

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    6'3 down to 230-235ish now (this is generally my walking around/playing weight as I am bulky musculature wise as a former college athlete that still likes the gym and very large framed; 6'8 wingspan and size 17 shoe) from 370ish last January. I am still trimming/cutting up my physique but feel great about my progress so far! A number of health issues plus just me making excuses for being fat and lazy (i.e. comfortable + married) helped me stack on a good amount of weight over the past few years. It feels so good to get that weight off (and show myself I can get it off relatively quickly still at 30+). Have gotten back into riding seriously and am working on finishing a 2016 Trans AM 27.5 that I am putting final touches on. I am hoping to have my new ride ready for spring hitting in full force here in the gross mid-western part of the US. Can't wait to get back into the swing of things and start hitting the races again!

    For all you other Clyde's out there working on getting fit/keeping fit just keep grinding and you will eventually get back to the point where your body feels good and it doesn't suck to push through the long workout/ride sessions! It has been such a significant positive shift in my day to day life I just want to encourage everyone to keep at it!

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    Hey all...6'2" 250lbs, size 14 feet, xxxl glove.... I'm built like an NFL line backer, big frame, not slender in any sense of the word, if I lost weight id be lucky to get to 220, and I'm damn proud of my largeness!!

    Anyhow, I bought myself a diamondback recoil 29er to get into the whole fs mtb thing. seems solid enough, I know it's not the best money can buy, but it does what I need it to do and hasn't broke yet, I've upgraded to some mavics, an slx/deore 2x10 and a xc32tk fork...just about done investing in this bike except for the rear shock. So far, I'm in it about $1k total. I got a screaming good deal on a year end closeout on the bike itself, with a warranty too...

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    I ride a 2014 trek remedy 7 *check sig* I started mountain biking in 2013 weighing in almost 300 lbs. I rode a hard tail trek marlin 29er. I weight in at 245 now and its still falling off

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    6'6", 236 lbs. (down from 270 lbs. last August). I ride a Specialized Camber Comp 29 (size XXL frame), best fitting bike I've ever owned.

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    This is GREAT! I've been riding mountain bikes on and off for many years. I'm 6'2" and 330 pounds and a former college offensive lineman. I've never really gotten away from the eating habits of a lineman but have have gotten away from the working out and my weight has gone way up. I just got a close out 2014 Trek Fuel EX9 and I have a 2015 Trek Farley 5 also. I'm already down 15 pounds in just over a month and I'm looking at losing a total of 100 pounds!! I've always had trouble finding info on bike stuff pertaining to big guys so this is awesome! Thanks to everyone for contributing, there is some great information here!

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    I'm 6'8 and 280ish and purchased this 2015 Giant Revel 29er XL 22"frame for riding pathways and sidewalks!



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    6'3" 310 - just picked up this Diamondback Overdrive Comp

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    6'0" bouncing between 235 and 240lb. I sold my Enduro 29 and picked up this gem of a Niner Rip 9. Great bike so far, MUCH lighter than the E29.


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    Going to say I'm "new" as I've just made an account today, but I've crept MTBR and this sub-forum in particular for a long while. I'm 6'3" 260lbs. I started riding back in 2014 on a Trek X-Caliber 8 29er hardtail. Most recently decided to give full suspension a shot with a Fuji Reveal 1.1 27.5". Still a heavier bike, but I'm more interested in something that will endure trails with me in the saddle until weight drops some more.

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    Down to 225 from a high of 285 - no meds, organic, exercise etc.. LOT'S of water!!

    For RJ2016 - Surly Ogre XXL??? I love everyone's suggestions but this might work for less $$$
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    Down to 225 from a high of 285 - no meds, organic, exercise etc.. LOT'S of water!!

    For RJ2016 - Surly Ogre XXL??? I love everyone's suggestions but this might work for less $$$
    Thanks for speaking up, 6f 4" 249.8 down from 262, goal is 235. I was beginning to think its an unrealistic goal

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyMc2006 View Post
    Thanks for speaking up, 6f 4" 249.8 down from 262, goal is 235. I was beginning to think its an unrealistic goal
    CAN be done!! for me it's NO grains - wheat, oats, rice, corn... lot's of leafy greens - nothing processed. Coffee/tea/water - no soda's etc..
    working out 2-4x a week and RIDE!!!
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    sounds like whole 30. down 26 lbs in 7 weeks. works for me. after a month ive allowed one cheat meal a week. did it last year but then slugged out last fall/winter. was back up to 275. so decided to do it again and make some permanent changes. we shall see.

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    6-3 ...262 pnds ..started at 312 about 18 months ago when i started riding .if i could get to 235 i would be stoked ..just built my first ground up bike Roll Call:  How bigga boy are ya? What bike do you ride?-image1460818849.268372.jpg


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