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Borealis Fat Bikes Reports Increased Sales and Profits in 2018

Published January 2, 2019

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Jan. 2, 2019 – Steve Kaczmarek, owner of Springs-based Borealis Fat Bikes announced today "Sales and profits in 2018 were up dramatically compared with 2017."

"Borealis developed new sales and marketing strategies which proved to be extremely successful." "We focused on our dealer network and also sold into non dealer territories without compromising our dealer sales." stated Kaczmarek. In addition: "Borealis was able to offer a large inventory of items including our new Telluride, featuring a 27.5 wheelset and reduced Q factor, which added significant sales in 2018!"

Borealis continues to focus on Fat Bikes and is committed to making the lightest and most technically advanced Fat Bikes in the world. Borealis remains the Title Sponsor for the Fat Bike Worlds which is hosted in Crested Butte, CO later this month.

Borealis Fat Bikes was founded in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 2013 and quickly became a leader in the fat bike industry. The company is dedicated to designing and producing the lightest and most technically advanced fat bikes and fat bike components in the world, and they currently operate in more than 22 countries with continued expansion planned for North America and around the globe.

For more information about the company, products or to find a dealer near you, visit, or call 320-FAT-BIKE

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