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    Cogburn Fat Bike At Scheele's?

    Was at Scheele's on Monday while waiting for my SUV tires and saw they had a fat bike for hunters. It's painted camouflage and is a bloated 2200 dollars. Only useful thing on it was the Nates so what makes it 2200?

    Cogburn CB4 Realtree AP Xtra All Terrain Hunting Bike | Scheels

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    Sorry..didn't see a previous post on it. Still overpriced for the specs but I can see hunters gravitating to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bethany1 View Post
    Was at Scheele's on Monday while waiting for my SUV tires and saw they had a fat bike for hunters. It's painted camouflage and is a bloated 2200 dollars. Only useful thing on it was the Nates so what makes it 2200?

    Cogburn CB4 Realtree AP Xtra All Terrain Hunting Bike | Scheels
    Isn't everything fatbike related over priced?

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    They are made by QBP, and seem to be differently painted Mukluk frames, plus the hunting racks, etc. I haven't looked at the components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blum585 View Post
    Isn't everything fatbike related over priced?
    The same could be said for anything bicycle related that is actually worthwhile. Go tell one of your grandparents that you payed over $200 for a bike and they will think you are insane... let alone $2,000. Gas is now almost $4 a gallon... everything is more expensive now days... metal, rubber (due to oil)... etc etc.

    Fat bikes and all bikes are all priced right where they should be in order for the manufacturers and distributors to make what they need to for their business to keep running and have it actually be worthwhile to bring them to you.

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    I would love to see a hunter rolling out of the woods with an orange helmet on, rifle slung over the back and an Elk quartered on the rack. That would make my day on so many levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SocratesDiedTrolling View Post
    They are made by QBP, and seem to be differently painted Mukluk frames, plus the hunting racks, etc. I haven't looked at the components.
    What part of this bike looks like a mukluk?

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    Dipped frames: https://vimeo.com/73486720

    Hunting via bicycles though not an interest or practical for everyone, is legit and has been around for awhile. Some idea sharing: TexasKayakFisherman.com ? View topic - Bicycle Hunting

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    Quote Originally Posted by SocratesDiedTrolling View Post
    They are made by QBP, and seem to be differently painted Mukluk frames, plus the hunting racks, etc. I haven't looked at the components.
    How come everybody keeps saying that, I don't see a curved top tube on a Muk frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    How come everybody keeps saying that, I don't see a curved top tube on a Muk frame.
    I don't see Alienator Dropouts either...

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