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You love beer, and you love bikes. This limited-edition 2010 New Belgium Brewing Fat Tire Ale cruiser is the perfect combination of your two passions, ideal for meandering rides down the waterfront as the sun drops on the horizon or for screaming roman candle fights rolling through the streets of unfinished housing developments. Maybe you'll give someone special a ride on the extra-wide handlebars, or maybe you'll save the day by racing to the corner store when your barbecue runs low on brew.
This beauty is made by the Felt bicycle company and features bright red wheel rims and yellow-and-red Fat Tire decals on the body, fender, and chainguard. It's made especially for the brewery and can't be bought in any store. The relaxed seat angle, wide handlebars, and fat tires make for a smooth, laid back ride.
- Single speed
- Pedal brakes
- Two-tone leather seat with spring suspension and embossed logo
- 26" x 2.125" tires
- 30" stand-over height
- Front & rear fenders + full-length chain guard
- Includes front rack and mounting hardware
- Limited edition #420 (yeaaahhh, that's right) of 2600
The bike hasn't been ridden more than once around the block, but it did pick up a couple of light scratches and scrapes while it was on display in a bar. Most noticeable is that some of the chrome on the grips has rubbed off. If you look closely, there's a light scrape on the right side of the top tube and another on the rear fender.
SHIPPING NOTE: The bike will be professionally boxed by a local bike shop. It will arrive partially assembled and should be put back together by a professional. If the shipping cost seems high, it's because I've never shipped something this big before and don't want to get caught with a higher charge than estimated coming out of my pocket, but rest assured I'm not out to make money by gouging shipping costs.Any shipping and packing charges not used will be refunded, so you'll end up only paying actual cost.Local pickup in the Portland, Oregon area is available at no charge.