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    Reeb Cycles Fatbike

    Spied this on Facebook today. These guys are somehow affiliated with Oskar Blues (note Reeb is Beer spelled backwards), looks like a steel (OX Platinum), SS, belt drive fat bike...











    More here: https://www.facebook.com/reebcycles

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    Wow what a great looking Fatbike - fantastic work Reeb! I love the belt drive and the beautiful welding.

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    looks nice and the belt drive would be great for the beach, no oily chain for sand to stick to!
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    I believe I saw a very similar REEB 29'er in a magazine recently.

    Is it just me or are those chainstays realllllly long?

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    I'd shotgun that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnroyal View Post

    Is it just me or are those chainstays realllllly long?
    they look forever long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnroyal View Post
    I believe I saw a very similar REEB 29'er in a magazine recently.

    Is it just me or are those chainstays realllllly long?
    Don't think of them as long. Think of it as making the bike capable of fitting 6" tires whenever they arrive.
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    The chainstay looks kind of short actually... it's just that those paragon sliding dropouts push the wheel pretty far out there. I assume so that they can get tension on the belt. It is noted that this is "Snowbike1", so perhaps it's just their first prototype.

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