Way back in twenty-aught-three, we found ourselves tired of riding over the same old sorts of terrain. We wanted to go over there but the trail only went over here.
We wanted to go for long rides on the beach. We wanted to get our float on in the winter. It was quite the Conundrum. Seeing as there wasn’t a bike that could do all those things, we made one. Thus, the Pugsley was born and set free unto the world to wreak havoc on previously unridden territory.
Since that time, the Pugsley (and fat bikes in general) have evolved quite a bit. So, allow us to re-introduce you to Pugsley.
In the rear, Pugsley now more closely resembles the rest of our dirt touring models with a few quirks of its own. It has a 142 x 12mm rear dropout with a dedicated Rohloff torque arm slot.