The Trans-Fat utilizes the Tranny 29 front triangle, an all new rear triangle and a couple of clever bits to make it compatible with fat bike fitment standards.
The Trans-Fat uses a Tranny 29 front end and a all new swingarm with a couple of custom pieces that allow you to do the transition from 29er hardtail to fat bike.
The Trans-Fat falls into the category of a very sporty fat bike. They use 4” tires on the Trans-Fat, which are considerably lighter and livelier than the 5” tires found on many fat bikes. Ibis want the Trans-Fat to be responsive and fun, whether on sand, snow or dirt. The 4” tires let them put a much shorter than typical chainstay on the Trans-Fat. They’ve slackened the head tube a bit from the Tranny 29, so the bike isn’t twitchy, which is a common complaint of fat bikes their test crew has ridden.