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Fatback Bikes releases new Corvus FLT

Published September 25, 2017

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (BRAIN) — Fatback new Corvus FLT is an updated version of its Corvus model.

The frame is more than 250 grams lighter and is 15% percent stiffer in the bottom bracket and head tube compared to the current Corvus, the company said.

The company said the Corvus is the lightest fat bike frame available with a threaded bottom bracket, three bottle mounts, rack mounts, and Anything cage mounts on the fork.

Brand manager FuzzyJohn Mylne rode the Corvus FLT on a fully loaded tour of the Oregon Timber Trail this summe. "Each obstacle I encountered from steep climbs, fast descents, through the roughest most unrelenting rock garden of a trail (for 35+ straight miles), rarely a foot down, and never a loss of traction, the Corvus FLT proved to be the most balanced and capable bike I've ridden."

The Corvus FLT will be available mid-October in black on black & red on black. Complete bikes start at $3,699 with a 1X11 drivetrain. Along with the new Corvus FLT, Fatback has released a new orange/blue color palette for the Corvus and Rhino FLT models. 

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