Looking for something fun to do outside this winter? Here at Fyxation we have a full fleet of fat bikes that are available to rent. With rates as low as $50 a day for aluminum fat bikes and $75 a day for carbon fat bikes, we have something for everyone. Come into our shop today to see what you've been missing!
Fat bikes are great all year round but are really geared for making the most of our snowy and cold Wisconsin winters. Just like any winter sport, the right gear makes all the difference. With the right base and outer layers, winter cycling is fun, warm and is a great way to get you off the couch and enjoying mother nature.
Whether you're an avid cyclist seeking a way off your indoor trainers or you're a winter sport enthusiast looking for an alternative to nordic and alpine skiing, fat biking is a great way to add to your list of winter activities.
Slow Down And Enjoy The Ride
What's a fat bike?
Fat bikes are basically mountain bikes that have been designed to fit very large tires. These larger tires are designed to run at a very low pressure which gives you extra surface area and provides plenty of traction in snow, slush or ice. Typical mountain bike tires average around 2" in width and fat bike tires run as large as 4.6". That extra surface area gives you excellent traction and float on the snow and really lets you go places on a bike you never thought possible.
Try one out today!
We guarantee you're going to love getting out there on a fat bike and if you really love it, all money spent on fat bike rentals at our shop can be applied to the purchase of a new bike. Please give us a call or swing by our shop at 2943 N. Humboldt Blvd to take a fattie out for a ride today!
Fyxation Bicycle Company
2943 N. Humboldt Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53212
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