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    Giant Fatty For $590

    Anyone seen these yet? I know the parts are cheap but what a price to get started! Way to go Giant!

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    Interesting. Walmart must be putting a dent in the "brand name" bike companies sales with their low priced fat bikes. If you can't beat them, join them.

    This also means that fat bikes are gaining market share.

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    I like the look of this one. Brown tires, check. They hit a home run for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flucod View Post
    Interestingly we have the other models in stock at our shop and the quality of the bikes exceeded our expectations for a bike at this price, especially the frames. Can't figure out why Giant does not put their name on them, the have a small Giant logo and the base of the downtube.
    I'm guessing that they don't care. Years back, and maybe it's true today too, but they built frames for Trek and Specialized

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    Cup holder in the top tube? You've just won over a huge percentage of the casual, couple times a year, bike riding public.
    My mini van's got 12 and bike 1!!!

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    I'll consider it a Giant when it says 'Giant' on the tubeset. Judging by the tires, I'd say these are destined for cruiser duty.

    Not trying to be elitist, but I wouldn't put a logo on a fatty until I've built one worthy of going up against the Fatboys and Farleys of the world. This ain't it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllMountin' View Post
    I'll consider it a Giant when it says 'Giant' on the tubeset. Judging by the tires, I'd say these are destined for cruiser duty.

    Not trying to be elitist, but I wouldn't put a logo on a fatty until I've built one worthy of going up against the Fatboys and Farleys of the world. This ain't it.


    That might be why they've branded it as such. Giant makes frames for a lot of different companies. Only a small percentage of the frames are actually branded "Giant"

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    That 7 speed freewheel is going to make awesome sounds when exposed to beach sand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllMountin' View Post
    I'll consider it a Giant when it says 'Giant' on the tube set….
    Giant seems to be setting up different "brands" for their various types of bike.
    Last year they changed the names on their women's models to Liv.

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    The best part is the gearing 38x14.
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    definitely a cruiser.

    I would rather have a Felt fat cruiser. The Speedway is a cool bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyJo1 View Post
    The best part is the gearing 38x14.
    That really goes with the cup holder.

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    have a place in town here that has two of these in stock, 26" and 300c

    ima go test ride the camo/black one this weekend, and see how much better it is than my $300 ironhorse...

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    I heard about this over the weekend and was pretty excited to check these out. I thought they might make a perfect less-expensive alternative to a base model Minnesota for my girlfriend.

    Unfortunately, well.. Meh.. bme107 is right, this isn't aimed at our demographic IMO. Even overlooking the ridiculous built in cupholder, the thing will need a couple hundred bucks worth of tires right out of the gate to even begin to be useful in the snow. At that point the Minnesota is around the same price for a much better ride out of the box.

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    cool colors, but only 2 sizes, and I'm 5 inches taller than the top end of the recommended range for the bigger size.

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    Giant Fatty For 0-11855905_977372868949625_940030364216988772_n.jpgGiant Fatty For 0-_dsc3630.jpgGiant Fatty For 0-_dsc3637.jpgI've got a Rocker 3, just took delivery a few days ago.

    The brand Momentum is targeted at the China market, it is made in China instead of Taiwan and the welds does reflect the price, it's not as nice as other aluminum bikes Giant makes.

    Well, it is really cheap! and the mechanical disc brakes was upgraded to Shimano hydraulic ones as soon as I received the bike.

    It is a fun bike to ride on the road, haven't had a chance to ride it on gravel or dirt yet. Weighs about 15kg.

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    It looks like you were able to remove the cupholder?

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    Na, just took off the bottle holder's bracket. The tab is still there.

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    Looks nice, interested how it rides rougher terrain!

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    Hi all,

    I was looking into getting a bike in the $500 - 700 range and am curious how this compares to say, the Motobecane Boris X7, is the gearing on this going to be a struggle climbing steeper slopes?

    I spotted one of these at the lbs and am anxious to pull the trigger - this is definitely not a walmart bike, it is relatively light and the components are nice imo. The fork in particular looks sturdier as well. The thing that I would want to change is the tire to a chunkier tread pattern -

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    I would never trust a bike on trails that changes the top tube design to include a cup holder.

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    Giant Fatty For $590

    I purchased one two weeks ago, and absolutely love it. I don't do any hardcore trails, but I do use it as a mountain bike. The top tube is designed as a split top tube similar to the On-One Fatty, and there is a gusset that doubles as the bracket for the bottle cage. There is nothing to worry about with this frame design. I removed the cage from the top tube and never gave it a second thought. The fork is hydroformed aluminum and has a tapered steerer--unheard of at this price point. It also has sealed hubs-- another unheard of at this price point. The gearing was too high for my liking, but my LBS installed a 32 tooth Race Face narrow wide chainring for $25 at the time of purchase. I haven't ever felt the need for lower gearing with that setup. The wheels and tires are junk, but I found some Marge Lites on eBay for $170 that I am having laced on the stock hubs. I also got some 45 NRTH Husker Du's, but I figure a tire swap on almost any bike I purchase due to personal preference. The running gear is all entry level, but I plan on using everything until it fails and then I will upgrade. IMHO, at $590 you can't go wrong. It's a quality frame worth close to the price alone.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGI410 View Post
    That 7 speed freewheel is going to make awesome sounds when exposed to beach sand.
    Hard to believe it's a freewheel not a cassette.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdhusker View Post
    I purchased one two weeks ago, and absolutely love it. I don't do any hardcore trails, but I do use it as a mountain bike. The top tube is designed as a split top tube similar to the On-One Fatty, and there is a gusset that doubles as the bracket for the bottle cage. There is nothing to worry about with this frame design. I removed the cage from the top tube and never gave it a second thought. The fork is hydroformed aluminum and has a tapered steerer--unheard of at this price point. It also has sealed hubs-- another unheard of at this price point. The gearing was too high for my liking, but my LBS installed a 32 tooth Race Face narrow wide chainring for $25 at the time of purchase. I haven't ever felt the need for lower gearing with that setup. The wheels and tires are junk, but I found some Marge Lites on eBay for $170 that I am having laced on the stock hubs. I also got some 45 NRTH Husker Du's, but I figure a tire swap on almost any bike I purchase due to personal preference. The running gear is all entry level, but I plan on using everything until it fails and then I will upgrade. IMHO, at $590 you can't go wrong. It's a quality frame worth close to the price alone.



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    Quote Originally Posted by obs08 View Post
    That's a joke, righf?
    No joking about it. Where else are you going to find an aluminum framed, 33 pound fat bike with support from your local bike shop for $590? Sure it has some cheap stuff on it, but enjoy riding the bike until that stuff fails. I'm an old fat guy that rides with his family, I don't jump, do trials, or take massive drops--I'm what 75% or more of the biking community is. People are looking for a fat bike to ride in inclement weather and on trails that are either too rocky or too soft for a normal mountain bike. I have less than a $1000 bucks in a fat bike that fits the bill and works perfectly for me and would suit a lot of other riders as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nnnudibranch View Post
    Hi all,

    I was looking into getting a bike in the $500 - 700 range and am curious how this compares to say, the Motobecane Boris X7, is the gearing on this going to be a struggle climbing steeper slopes?

    I spotted one of these at the lbs and am anxious to pull the trigger - this is definitely not a walmart bike, it is relatively light and the components are nice imo. The fork in particular looks sturdier as well. The thing that I would want to change is the tire to a chunkier tread pattern -
    I have not seen one of these, but the Boris X7 or X5 are better bikes than this one, IMO. Better gearing, for one thing, better components. Reviews of the Boris are very good. The Boris X5 is basically the KHS 1000. Except for the tires, I liked the KHS 1000 a lot in a parking lot test ride. Between the iRide Rocker, Mongoose Vinson and the Boris X5 ($599), I'd definitely take the Boris. People do like the Vinson (can be about $520 on sale) but they are usually poorly assembled in places like Sports Authority and hard to judge. The one I looked at seemed like junk because of this. Buyer say otherwise. Many feel it is a bargain and do upgrades.

    I think the Boris is around 36 lbs, from owners. There are of course better bikes than it around, but from what I have found it is the cheapest for a "decent" bike. By "decent" I mean you can ride it as is in pretty tough conditions without breaking something or wearing something out quickly. One exception to that is the tires on the Boris - I would definitely replace those. The X5 comes with a no-name Chinese tire, and the X7 with Vee Missions. From what I have read, On-One Floaters are a decent tire at a relatively low price. I think the Boris would be my choice for a budget fat bike. I am leaning towards a 29+ for my area.

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    I can hold a beer in the frame, that's worth at least a few points

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoafInTX View Post
    I have not seen one of these, but the Boris X7 or X5 are better bikes than this one, IMO. Better gearing, for one thing, better components. Reviews of the Boris are very good. The Boris X5 is basically the KHS 1000. Except for the tires, I liked the KHS 1000 a lot in a parking lot test ride. Between the iRide Rocker, Mongoose Vinson and the Boris X5 ($599), I'd definitely take the Boris. People do like the Vinson (can be about $520 on sale) but they are usually poorly assembled in places like Sports Authority and hard to judge. The one I looked at seemed like junk because of this. Buyer say otherwise. Many feel it is a bargain and do upgrades.

    I think the Boris is around 36 lbs, from owners. There are of course better bikes than it around, but from what I have found it is the cheapest for a "decent" bike. By "decent" I mean you can ride it as is in pretty tough conditions without breaking something or wearing something out quickly. One exception to that is the tires on the Boris - I would definitely replace those. The X5 comes with a no-name Chinese tire, and the X7 with Vee Missions. From what I have read, On-One Floaters are a decent tire at a relatively low price. I think the Boris would be my choice for a budget fat bike. I am leaning towards a 29+ for my area.
    Feeling pressured, I ended up ordering the X7 as BikesDirect claims "prices will go up 4th quarter b/c shipping costs". I have a bit of buyer's remorse as the momentum looks really cool but this post helps with that.

    The main reason I went with the Boris was that the Momentum is around $600+ after tax and from the look of the tire tread I know I'd have to throw additional money right away and that would put me in the same price tag as the X7 (ships free, no sales tax). I would definitely consider one of these Momentum's for a ride-along friend or the girlfriend. Thanks for the advice guys!

    @BigDHusker - I'm surprised you could fit those super fat tires on there! Does the chain rub at all?

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    Just stopped in to Century Cycles and took a look in person. For $600 that is one heck of a nice bike. I can almost buy 3 for what 1 Pugsley cost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nnnudibranch View Post
    @BigDHusker - I'm surprised you could fit those super fat tires on there! Does the chain rub at all?
    With the single front chainring, you could easily run a 5" tire on the rear with no interference with the chain. The frame has plenty of clearance as well, but the fork is limited and would only be able to fit a tire slightly larger than my Husker Du.

    I have ridden about 50 miles with my setup and absolutely love this bike. My wife has one of the Gravity Fatbikes from BD, and that is what convinced me to get rid of my Raleigh Talus 8.0 and go fat. This Momentum handles great, and my wife feels it rides superior to her bike with Panaracer Fat B Nimbles. I also feel it has better geometry than the Gravity. Plus, I spent $80 at my LBS getting the Gravity all dialed in and greased correctly.

    I still feel this is the best value out there because of the support of a LBS that comes with it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdhusker View Post
    With the single front chainring, you could easily run a 5" tire on the rear with no interference with the chain. The frame has plenty of clearance as well, but the fork is limited and would only be able to fit a tire slightly larger than my Husker Du.

    I have ridden about 50 miles with my setup and absolutely love this bike. My wife has one of the Gravity Fatbikes from BD, and that is what convinced me to get rid of my Raleigh Talus 8.0 and go fat. This Momentum handles great, and my wife feels it rides superior to her bike with Panaracer Fat B Nimbles. I also feel it has better geometry than the Gravity. Plus, I spent $80 at my LBS getting the Gravity all dialed in and greased correctly.

    I still feel this is the best value out there because of the support of a LBS that comes with it.


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    Despite having bought the Boris (yet to get a chance to ride, came in yesterday!), your experience with this bike makes me still want to get this for my girlfriend or convince my dad to get himself this one, thanks for sharing this info!

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    My LBS just got a few of these in. It's a lot less shitty than I thought it would be for the price. Not something I'd want to get gnarly on, but not a bad bike at all for anyone that just wants to cruise the beach or do some packed doubletrack stuff in the snow. Might end up getting my girlfriend one after all.

    Having said that, the cupholder is still stupid.
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    The cupholder is stupid--that's the only thing I hate on the bike.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CS2 View Post
    Hard to believe it's a freewheel not a cassette.
    I was wrong. Stopped at the LBS today. First thing they said was it had a freewheel. Still for $600 it is a well made bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdhusker View Post
    The cupholder is stupid--that's the only thing I hate on the bike.


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    It's held on with 2 screws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nnnudibranch View Post
    Hi all,

    I was looking into getting a bike in the $500 - 700 range and am curious how this compares to say, the Motobecane Boris X7, is the gearing on this going to be a struggle climbing steeper slopes?

    I spotted one of these at the lbs and am anxious to pull the trigger - this is definitely not a walmart bike, it is relatively light and the components are nice imo. The fork in particular looks sturdier as well. The thing that I would want to change is the tire to a chunkier tread pattern -

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    Quote Originally Posted by CS2 View Post
    It's held on with 2 screws.
    I removed the cage the second I got the bike home, but you really can't do much with the cupholder sized hole between the twin top tubes. Even without the cage in there I get comments like "what is that, a cupholder?"


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdhusker View Post
    I removed the cage the second I got the bike home, but you really can't do much with the cupholder sized hole between the twin top tubes.
    Cover it with a gas tank style top tube bag?

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    I wonder how much for just the fork...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdhusker View Post
    I removed the cage the second I got the bike home, but you really can't do much with the cupholder sized hole between the twin top tubes. Even without the cage in there I get comments like "what is that, a cupholder?
    LOL, the space doesn't leave too much to the imagination.
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    My story? I just put a deposit on this version...

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    It should arrive by the end of next week. Size "R" which fits me with just enough toe-front tire clearance. I'm 5'10" and of medium build. I can't wait!

    I plan on keeping my SE Stout for the harder riding stuff. The Rocker? One of only TWO bikes I've ever rode with which I can do freakin' wheelies with! lol

    Curious about the other? It's the Fatboy. Can't do wheelies with BMX bikes, Dirt jump bikes, any other mountain bikes I've ever tried except Fatboy and Rocker.

    "Your serious dude?!? "

    I love it! I'm 49 and refuse to grow old inside! This will be my big play bike I can cruise the boardwalk and neighborhood with. For the money it's gonna be a blast! I love the looks too.

    I will post pics once I get it.

    *Note to self, take beer out of cup holder before entertaining wheelie
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    nm carry on
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    Quote Originally Posted by demonbydesign View Post
    nm carry on
    https://youtu.be/8Mqz2XjIAB8

    Found this cruise vid from some guys who bought one each from same bike shop I'm getting mine from. Although I'm now re-thinking about changing my color to the Black/Green combo vs the Khaki/Army Green. hmm
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    I took purchase of one yesterday. Very happy to have it! As mentioned before, I'm not planning to ride it on any hardcore trail systems at this point with the current components. I bought it to ride around town and take on some groomed trails for now.

    I lie. I might give it a bit of a go on something a bit more rough just to see what it's capable of

    Just riding it shortly around neighborhood did elicited a handful of positive responses from people on the street and more than enough head turning stares from motorists. Especially when I pop a wheelie with it!


    I'll get some pics up later, and a better assessment of the ride after I take it out on a trail.
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    The shop we frequent has one of these on the floor. My son thinks the cup holder is genius. I'd buy it for my wife as a cruiser.
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    LOL! I'm already getting a kick out of how the cup holder is a point of conversation. For me it's actually a well fleshed out idea for what is a cruiser purposed fattie. On the flip side, I'm sure to get a kick out of any snobbish reactions to it.
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    Call me a pessimist. I'm king cheap when I am able to be or when I think it makes sense. About a week ago I picked up my first fat bike, a 2015 SE F@E. 190mm thru axle symmetrical rear end, tapered HT, 100mm BB, cartridge bearing hubs, 100mm rims, 9-spd with a triple in the front, decent low-kid kit. Price $599 from Nashbar with their 25% sale and free shipping. Now THAT is a deal. This Giant bike is obviously targeting a different crowd though.

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    For what it's worth, I tested the SE F@E on 2 separate occasions. I found it to be heavy and sluggish feeling compared to my Rocker. Especially compared to the Fatboy and Farley's! But, it is a good price and bottom line is, yes, targeted as a true mountain entry level bike compared to the targeted demographic Rocker crowd.

    Oh and btw, my actual trail bike I ride is a 2011 SE Stout full rigid SS. I'm a fan of SE products.

    It's a DEAL when you get what you pay for, for the purpose it's built for. I'd dare say the Giant is a better deal as a fat cruiser/light trail than the F@E is as a true mountain bike.
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    Giant Fatty For 0-img_0286.jpg

    Merry Christmas to me

    More pics to come...
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    I wheelie like this bike LOL!




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