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    2019 Giant Fat Bike?

    Has anyone seen this? A reliable source told me two models are coming. But the dealer website has no pictures.

    I am wondering about the geo and whether they will be set up tubeless like other Giants this year.

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    I won't say it isn't happening, but it seems like right now is when most people are looking for a new fatbike if they're going to ride snow. Seems like waiting to drop them would be a mistake. So maybe not this year?

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    They are coming, but you wonít see them until December. Two models both 27.5. Iíll see if I can get more details.


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    I saw the illustrated schematics and spec sheet from the dealer catalog a while ago. 27.5x4.5" Maxxis tires, dropper, 85mm rims, 1x12 NX, alloy frame and carbon fork. Seemed like a good value for the spec. I think the higher end model was somewhere around $2500.

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    Production delays have pushed the date back considerably for the fat bike.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bytesiz View Post
    Production delays have pushed the date back considerably for the fat bike.


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    Any word on the maxxis tires? Im guessing minions... would be cool if they came with a new style


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    Found this, Giant Yukon will be name
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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky35 View Post
    Found this, Giant Yukon will be name
    Looks like a barbergazi like tire on their own rims. Hopefully tubeless ready...


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    Does anyone have any updates on the status of these bikes or are the vaporware?
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    I would say vaporware.


    Giant should have thought about this 6 years ago. Too late now.

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    Well this might be more marketing than production issue IMHO.
    They might have found out that the 27.5 is a glitch like the 29+ from Trek.
    It might be a 2020?
    A BEST FAT 28.2.
    I just love my Bud/Lou with 100 gripstuds each.
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    I had bought a nice used Trek carbon fat with a transmission that i loved
    and i sold it because around here it is Bud/Lou country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33red View Post
    Well this might be more marketing than production issue IMHO.
    They might have found out that the 27.5 is a glitch like the 29+ from Trek.
    It might be a 2020?
    A BEST FAT 28.2.
    I just love my Bud/Lou with 100 gripstuds each.
    They keep me moving around here (Montreal, Quebec) more hours.
    I had bought a nice used Trek carbon fat with a transmission that i loved
    and i sold it because around here it is Bud/Lou country.
    to each their own i guess, i've run both and prefer 27.5 to 26 inch fat and 29+ rocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerny View Post
    to each their own i guess, i've run both and prefer 27.5 to 26 inch fat and 29+ rocks.
    Well good news 2 u, i was just in my LBS and Giant is just late, their 27.5 will arrive according to a good mecanic(they sell Giant).

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    They will be arriving in the US next week. Only 150 of each model will be available this time around.


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    The Yukonís are a real thing. Hereís a quick pic before assembly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by taehome View Post
    The Yukonís are a real thing. Hereís a quick pic before assembly.


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    Hmmm, thanks, I would love to see more pics when it's built.

    Maxxis Colossus.....is that 27.5 x 4.5?

    What's the crank?

    Still nothing on the Giant website about the bike
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    Pics from a dealer up in northern Wisconsin.

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    that looks really good!

    Is it just me or are there no logos on the bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerny View Post
    that looks really good!

    Is it just me or are there no logos on the bike?
    Itís just you

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    Not impressed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerny View Post
    that looks really good!

    Is it just me or are there no logos on the bike?
    There are logos but they donít jump out at you. Typical head tube logo, underside of downtube and Yukon is on the chain stays.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    Not impressed
    Agree, nothing to write home about unless it has a killer price point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grubetown View Post
    Agree, nothing to write home about unless it has a killer price point.
    that's the point though, Giant usually offer excellent value.

    Right now i think the Trek Farley 5 is the best value for a new bike...if this is close in price, with it being 11 or 12 speed and with a dropper...it may be the new leader IMHO.
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    Giant is late to the party with this offering. Way late.

    Then they release it when fat bike season for the most of us (those in the snowbelt) is about to end. It should have been ready last Octoberish.

    Doesn't look it has tubeless ready wheels (Like the Specialized Fatboy).

    And is there a carbon version?

    That color is ugly.

    Their price better be damn good...cuz that would really be the only reason to consider one.

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    Tough crowd.
    The purple one is $2100. Aluminum/Carbon Fork. NX Eagle(12 Speed),Level T Brakes, tubeless ready with valves and tape included. Giant brand dropper post.
    There is also another model at $1630. Same frame and fork, 10spd. Tubeless ready(no stuff) and no dropper. Closer in spec to the Farley 5


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    Quote Originally Posted by taehome View Post
    Tough crowd.
    The purple one is $2100. Aluminum/Carbon Fork. NX Eagle(12 Speed),Level T Brakes, tubeless ready with valves and tape included. Giant brand dropper post.
    $1900 gets you a comparable Fatboy with tubeless ready wheels (no tape required) but doesn't have dropper post. Debatable if actually necessary on a fat bike.

    https://www.specialized.com/us/en/fa...=236288-154356

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    Quote Originally Posted by prj71 View Post
    $1900 gets you a comparable Fatboy with tubeless ready wheels (no tape required) but doesn't have dropper post. Debatable if actually necessary on a fat bike.

    https://www.specialized.com/us/en/fa...=236288-154356
    This is true. The Fatboy also as a full carbon fork not just the legs like the Giant and Trek.
    Worth noting if your comparing specs. The Fatboy is NX 11 speed and the Giant is NX Eagle 12 speed.
    The tires on the Fatboy are not tubeless ready like there 4Ē siblings. Though they can be set up tubeless if you patient.


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    Quote Originally Posted by taehome View Post
    Tough crowd.
    The purple one is $2100. Aluminum/Carbon Fork. NX Eagle(12 Speed),Level T Brakes, tubeless ready with valves and tape included. Giant brand dropper post.
    There is also another model at $1630. Same frame and fork, 10spd. Tubeless ready(no stuff) and no dropper. Closer in spec to the Farley 5


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    For that you can get a custom built and painted Growler with Mastodon or Bluto, NX Eagle drivetrain, Mulefut set tubeless with your choice of tires, Hayes hydro brakes, FSA carbon post and bar, no thanks.

    Giant really dropped the ball IMO.

    Used to be a Giant fan for their bang for the buck but not anymore.

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    Found more pictures online
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    The bikes are posted on the Giant US website. Geo looks OK, horizontal dropouts, CS are 450 but it doesnít say if thatís the shortest or longest setting. Nothing earth shattering. Fork has fender and rack mounts. It says Max rear tire size is 4.5, 5 up front

    The cheaper model has 2 colour schemes.

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    Nice bike, but would be more interested in a frame only option. Just enjoy, no prefer, to hang my own parts on a frame. Am increasingly interested in running 27.5 fat tires/wheels over 26 though, which is how this caught my attention. Hope to see more bikes and tire options in this size for sure!
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    The rims are interesting. At 86mm internal, almost a full 10mm wider than any other aluminum 27.5 rim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willum View Post
    The rims are interesting. At 86mm internal, almost a full 10mm wider than any other aluminum 27.5 rim.
    I noticed that too. I wonder how big these Colossus tires are compared to the Cake Eater 4.5?

    If the CE is in fact bigger, i wonder how wide they would be on these wheels? and would they fit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerny View Post
    I noticed that too. I wonder how big these Colossus tires are compared to the Cake Eater 4.5?

    If the CE is in fact bigger, i wonder how wide they would be on these wheels? and would they fit?
    I am in Montreal, the people here sell their cake eater because they are more four season than winter tires. If you want to ride often in winter do not buy any CE you will not be able to climb like with an agressive pattern. Putting studs on any tire does not make it a snow tire, if the studs are good they help on ice, period. Everyone should simply boycott all 27 in fat. With 26 we enjoy rims and tire options. Diluting our allready small number of buyers makes tires more expensive. They are simpling trying to make our fat ((obsolete)) wich is simply stealing $$ from our pockets. We are their customers, they should respect us. Without us they close doors. And by the way Colossus are 4 seasons too. RSD offers better value just look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerny View Post
    I noticed that too. I wonder how big these Colossus tires are compared to the Cake Eater 4.5?

    If the CE is in fact bigger, i wonder how wide they would be on these wheels? and would they fit?
    The Colossus measured 111.5 mm at the widest part of the casing. The Cake Eater was 114.5.

    The Colossus is rather underwhelming when the snow is anything but packed. Iím hoping that someone (Tim @ Terrene) will make a 27.5x4.5 that is similar to the Dunder/Flow combo. I havenít ridden anything better than that in MY usual conditions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 33red View Post
    I am in Montreal, the people here sell their cake eater because they are more four season than winter tires. If you want to ride often in winter do not buy any CE you will not be able to climb like with an agressive pattern. Putting studs on any tire does not make it a snow tire, if the studs are good they help on ice, period. Everyone should simply boycott all 27 in fat. With 26 we enjoy rims and tire options. Diluting our allready small number of buyers makes tires more expensive. They are simpling trying to make our fat ((obsolete)) wich is simply stealing $$ from our pockets. We are their customers, they should respect us. Without us they close doors. And by the way Colossus are 4 seasons too. RSD offers better value just look.
    your rant against 27.5 x 4.5 in EVERY SINGLE THREAD is tiring man, give it a rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by taehome View Post
    The Colossus measured 111.5 mm at the widest part of the casing. The Cake Eater was 114.5.

    The Colossus is rather underwhelming when the snow is anything but packed. Iím hoping that someone (Tim @ Terrene) will make a 27.5x4.5 that is similar to the Dunder/Flow combo. I havenít ridden anything better than that in MY usual conditions.


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    thanks for the info and pics.

    I guess the Colossus is similar then to the Barbegazi.

    I'm in the midst of getting a Gnarwhal for the front of my Farley
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    Quote Originally Posted by taehome View Post
    The Colossus is rather underwhelming when the snow is anything but packed.
    Colossus was underwhelming in 26" form and never really took off. Not sure why they bothered making a 27.5 version and why Giant would pick it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bme107 View Post
    Colossus was underwhelming in 26" form and never really took off. Not sure why they bothered making a 27.5 version and why Giant would pick it.
    Maxxis gave them the best price for 27.5 tires.

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    Most likely true, but first they had to make it in 27.5. Why not just offer the Minions, at a good price, which were already in production?

    edit: And i think I had just read here that they only produced 150 of each colorway. So that's 150x3x2=900 tires. New molds for 900 tires doesn't seem the cheapest option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerny View Post
    your rant against 27.5 x 4.5 in EVERY SINGLE THREAD is tiring man, give it a rest.
    Hes from Quebec, hes annoying as **** just like our loser Prime Minister.


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    In all honesty he has a point...27.5 x 4.5-4.8 is nothing special over 26" fat.

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    But the real question - will they take a 29+ (29x3.0) tire??

    Quote Originally Posted by lewdvig View Post
    Has anyone seen this? A reliable source told me two models are coming. But the dealer website has no pictures.

    I am wondering about the geo and whether they will be set up tubeless like other Giants this year.


    if you could run at 29x3.0
    humm that would be nice!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Biker View Post
    if you could run at 29x3.0
    humm that would be nice!!
    I had no clue they were in Canada yet but i have seen a photo a girl up here has 1. I mostly saw the fork but it had plenty of clearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solarplex View Post
    Hes from Quebec, hes annoying as **** just like our loser Prime Minister.

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    Crap comment, i agree he's annoying but being from Quebec isn't it...try to at least stay on topic

    Heck I was born and raised in Montreal and I'm proud of it.
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    This bike looks amazing. Love the colors! Nice build options. Perfect fatty IMO.
    Anyone know the weight of any of the Yukons complete?

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    Looking on Giantís website it appeared they only had 3 of the Yukon 1 mediums left available in the US. One shop near me had one on the floor so I drove over to check it out. Pulled the trigger immediately. This thing is awesome. The shop was kind enough to have pre-set it tubeless as well. Win!

    Feel free to ask questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WheelieWonka View Post
    Looking on Giantís website it appeared they only had 3 of the Yukon 1 mediums left available in the US. One shop near me had one on the floor so I drove over to check it out. Pulled the trigger immediately. This thing is awesome. The shop was kind enough to have pre-set it tubeless as well. Win!

    Feel free to ask questions.
    If you mesure how wide are your tires, what number do you get? Thanks

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    Exactly 113 mm.
    The bike without pedals setup tubeless was 31 lbs on the nose.

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    Took the bike out for the first ride on some pretty deep crunchy snow. My Pugsley would have never made it. This thing is really a beast. I'm going to need some time dialing it in. I think I want to move the rear wheel all the way forward. The NX rear der seems hard to shift into lower gears (is that normal)?? And the brakes leave something to be desired - I think I'm going to put some Shimano XTs that I have lying around on there instead. Other than that I loved the ride. Can't wait to try it out on groomed trails and the beach.

    Some pics from today. Barely fit the brass knuckles roof rack from Rocky Mounts. I aired down a bit later to get the arm up close to the fork. All good.




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    I take it you would rather vote for a man who openly courts racists? Does not support gays, thinks children should be home schooled, etc etc etc??

    BTW, this is a bike forum, no need for useless political comments and put downs based on people home. There are plenty of sites for mouth breathing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by prj71 View Post
    Giant is late to the party with this offering. Way late.
    Considering Giant makes just about everyone elseís bikes theyíre probably not that late.
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