Our fatbikes : The Chic-Chocs and the Torngat.
A steel frame and a carbon frame. Don’t expect anything else from us, we stick with it. Why? Because we believe that with these 2 materials, we are able to meet the needs of the vast majority of cyclists.
For us, one material is not superior to another. They offer unique features that may be of interest to different people. In general, carbon is stiffer and lighter, and steel is more comfortable and stable.
We offer our bikes with only one choice of components. These components are selected to offer the right balance between durability, comfort and performance. Once again, components that will meet the requirements of the vast majority of cyclists. Learn more about the vision behind our products here.
Chic-Chocs 27.5Fatbikes*** SOME DEMO BIKES AVAILABLE AT SPECIAL PRICE. SELECT DEMO FROM THE DROP DOWN MENUS BELOW *** The Chic-Chocs has proven its abilities over the past few years in endurance races and winter expeditions. Whether it's for the Raid du Fjord, the Wendigo Ultra, or riding with confidence on groomed trails, the Chic-Chocs delivers. A stable geometry with a long wheelbase increases traction and flotation on soft surfaces. In addition, the Chic-Chocs is designed with a 205mm q-factor, the narrowest available for use with tires up to 5" wide. Not to be overlooked for an ergonomic position. Two Shimano drivetrains available with RaceFace cranksets and cockpit. Quality SunRingle rims and hubs (ready for -30degC!), and studdable tires that can be easily converted tubeless complete the package. Throw on some 29x3" wheels when the snow melts, and you've got a 4-season bike ready for backcountry bikepacking trips!2,299$ – 3,429$ (CAD)
Torngat 27.5FatbikesIsolated in northern Quebec, located in the Arctic Cordillera, the Torngat Mountains are frequented only by those who have the real will to face the elements of nature. We do not get there by chance. It is a mythical place that imposes respect. An highly inspiring destination for the Torngat fatbike! We have included in this bike the features needed to make it completely versatile. Among other things, the frame is belt-drive compatible, it has an access for a dropper seatpost and is equipped with horizontal rear wheel dropouts. The Reynolds 725 high-grade steel tubing frame and the light, stiff carbon fiber fork accommodate the largest 26″ tires available, as well as the 27.5 x 4.5″. All you have to do is leave the house, get on the bike and explore the territory that is still unknown to you!(CAD)