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Fat Bike Review: Borealis Crestone is Still a Fun Bike to Ride, Years Later

Fat Bike Review: Borealis Crestone is Still a Fun Bike to Ride, Years Later

Borealis Crestone fatbike Review: benchmark lightweight carbon fat bike long-term test, riding This Borealis Crestone review is a long-term look at a bike that has…

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Borealis Crestone fatbike Review: benchmark lightweight carbon fat bike long-term test, riding This Borealis Crestone review is a long-term look at a bike that has been on the market for many years, but still is delivering smile after smile. Easy to maneuver, yet still stable in notoriously loose conditions. Lightweight & light feeling, even with those massive tires. Not exceptionally progressive geometry these days, but still ahead of its time to create a versatile ride from snow to soft leaves to mud to summer sand dunes… Borealis Crestone, a benchmark lightweight carbon fat bike

(All Photos/ Cory Benson) The Borealis Crestone first debuted all the way back in fall 2015 . And yes, we’re about to write thousands of words and share tons of photos of a bike that has been virtually unchanged in more than 8 years. You want to know why? Because it is still a great bike, and still getting better with the addition of modern fat bike tires and suspension. Oh, and it’s actually more affordable now than it was eight years ago. Borealis Crestone fatbike Review: benchmark lightweight carbon fat bike long-term test, non-driveside Plus, we’ve spent most of last winter playing in the snow on this bike. Winter is back, and it’s getting thrashed in the snow again. And we learned some lessons, that could be helpful to pass on if you are contemplating a fat bike purchase.

Now, I don’t know if you really do need a fat bike ( n+1, and all […]

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