The AZUB FAT / FAT-E overland terrain trike. The frame made wide enough in the rear to accommodate a 26 x 4.8″ rear tire. Higher handlebars and chosen components – not only are functional but also great looking.
The AZUB FAT / FAT-E trike has no suspension and therefore belongs among representatives of the classical fat bikes. As well as other AZUB trikes, it has very good weight distribution with the rider sitting as close to the rear wheel as possible, which significantly improves the grip of the rear wheel in difficult terrain. Also the seat bottom height is low, which decreases the ground clearance a bit but improves the stability.
All AZUB bikes and trikes are custom built, and the FAT trike is no exception. You can order it with different colors, drive train components including the Rohloff hub or the the amazing 18 speed Pinion drive gearbox and many accessories.
Realize your most ambitious aspirations of your AZUB FAT adventures with the terrain taming Shimano STEPS electric E-Bike drive. The FAT-E has a quiet torque sensing drive with 3 levels of assist and 504wh lithium battery providing a long range.
Shifting while pedaling, coasting or stopped. Simple one shifter operation for the whole range of gears. Everything is inside an oil bath case to keep all the moving parts out of the elements. Enormous 636% gear range! It is also very clean solution with no derailleurs, no cassette, just one chainring.
44″ L x 34.25 W x 27.6 H folded “phase 2” style with wheels off.
Also folds simply by removing seat, fold the frame. Less than 1 minute!
Some people have a human powered work/fitness ethic most of us never think of. This FAT with Pinion drive works a ranch in Minnesota year round where Winter temperatures drop substantially below zero.
Some of the requested features included studded fat tires, and a custom 2″ box receiver rack to tow a Rubbermaid utility trailer for full ranch hand capability.
Leverless, easy action. Rear disc parking brake control. Adaptive advantage.
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