Framed Bikes Introduces a Technical, Affordable Fat Bike

Over a year ago, the Framed Bikes Crew of St. Paul, MN, observed a pronounced void within the Mountain Bike Industry. To fill this void, they are thrilled to announce the release of The Minnesota 1.0 and The Minnesota 2.0.

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St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) January 03, 2014

Over a year ago, the Framed Bikes Crew of St. Paul, MN, observed a pronounced void within the Mountain Bike Industry. There existed a lack of a technically sound, affordable Fat Bikes which would appeal to a wide spectrum of riding experience.

They have filled the price point Fat Bike fissure with a bike that has a refined design, is fun to ride, and is enjoyable for the novice as well as the expert. They are thrilled to announce the release of The Minnesota 1.0 and The Minnesota 2.0.

The moniker is an homage to the bike’s birthplace as well as a nod to the core bike culture of the four season Gopher State rider. These Fat Bikes start at $799, an incredibly low price for a Fat Bike of such precision. Bikes with similar spec points generally cost more than twice that. The Minnesota Series is not only incredibly fun for the storied ripper but extremely easy for the novice. Both the 1.0 and the 2.0 provide a confident wide platform on single track, a forgiving ride on technical terrain, and an enjoyable cruise on the road. The most exciting point of versatility in the Minnesota Series is the ability to perform in the snow. The 1.0 and 2.0 are all weather bikes that provide dependable grip in winter conditions. Moreover, they allow the rider to embrace “sour weather” due to the bike’s fun loving spirit and amusing ride.

The Minnesota Series is a stand-alone in the specs of its class. The effective top tube of the 1.0 and 2.0 is shorter than other Fat Bikes and creates a “tighter cockpit.” This provides preciseness of power transfer, an accurate flow, and maneuverability in all weather conditions. The Minnesota is as much of a hammer, due to its girth, as it is a razor sharp katana, due to its clever design. This Fat Bike looks like a monster truck and drives like a Ferrari; the perfect blend of strength and grace, pure power with tactful performance.

Observing the prudence and foresight of the Framed Crew’s creation of an affordable high spec bike which can span the riding talent pool, The House Boardshop was eager to team up. They have created a preorder promotion available on their website, offering the consumer a complete additional wheel set (consisting of hubs, rotors, and cassettes) with any Minnesota Series order, an additional $400 value.

The Minnesota 1.0 and 2.0 are on the high end of technical design and on the low end of price. Framed Bikes believes in riding through life on two wheels, smile adorning your face and touching behind your ears, without breaking the bank to get it. They have delivered a master stroke with The Minnesota Series.    

For more information, reach out to the following:

http://www.framedbikes.com

http://www.the-house.com/fat-bikes.html

General Questions - info(at)framedbikes(dot)com

Warranty Questions -warranty(at)framedbikes(dot)com


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