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    Received my new Gravity Monster Bullseye

    Hello All.. I'm new to mtbr.
    Just received my new Gravity Monster Bullseye today. I have been out of the bike scene for a while and thought a new fatty would be the way to get back in to things. Also my 4yr old grandson has a 16'' Mongoose fatty and wanted me to get a bike to ride with him.

    I must say so far for the money ($499) I am very impressed with the bike.
    The GMBE arrived with no scratches and the build went smooth as the wheels did not need any truing and the derailleurs were adjusted perfectly.

    At the time I have no plans for any upgrades other than maybe adding some kind of bag and maybe a rear rack.

    Any suggestions on what racks or bags to consider would be helpful. Just looking for something that would be good to carry around a few necessity's and odds and ends one would carry for an all day ride.

    Thanks

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    welcome and congrats!

    There's a dedicated thread for your bike where all your questions have likely been answered:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/gra...er-920263.html
    Mike
    Toronto, Canada
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    3 bags that work well for me.

    The big bag. holds a lot, but not as easily organized. What you're looking for always falls to the bottom.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    The steer tube bag. Goes up by the handlebars for easy access to phone and wallet. If you try to put too much in it, it will lean to the side though. The medium size one doesn't lean as bad, but still leans.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Seat bag. They all work. get a small one and you won't be able to fit much, but it won't bounce around as bad on rocky trails. Get a big one, it will bounce and make noise. For street/gravel riding, I'd get a big one.
    https://www.amazon.com/ROSWHEEL-Bicy...JYFHYBYPG6J7FJ
    "a hundred travel books isn't worth one real trip"

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