2 Fat 2 Furious

Words Rocky Mountain Bikes
Photos Robb Thompson & Kaz Yamamura
Video Liam Mullany
Date Feb 3, 2016

We had way too much fun last year shooting our first fat bike freeride video, so we knew we had to do another this year. The goal of 2 Fat 2 Furious was to only ride things that would be harder or impossible on a regular bike. From waist-deep powder to drifty sled tracks to packed down jump lines, the boys achieved just that.

Geoff Gulevich, Wade Simmons, and Noah Brousseau got rad on their Blizzards all winter, and we’re excited to show everyone the result.

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“We were having fun ripping around on the snowmobile tracks but looking at all the pow chutes surrounding us it was only a matter of time before we were dropping in—we just had to figure out lines that were steep enough to stay afloat!” — Wade Simmons

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The whole gang. Our only regret is that Ludacris was too busy to make it out.

Noah Brousseau found out that there are limits to float. Turns out.

Noah Brousseau found out that there are limits to float. Turns out.

Even the Godfather crashes now and then.

Even the Godfather crashes now and then.

This was the first time any of the boys had hit a proper sized drop on a fat bike. Worked out better than expected!

This was the first time any of the boys had hit a proper sized drop on a fat bike. Worked out better than expected!

“I was pretty confident on the 3, it was just hard because I was scared to carve off the lip.” — Noah Brousseau

Too much fun, now get out there and freeride your fat bike!

Too much fun, now get out there and freeride your fat bike!


Who else is tempted to leave the powder skis at home?

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hoyt
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Hoyt  - Feb. 3, 2016, 2:46 p.m.

You missed the perfect opportunity to coin the term "Frozriders".

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rocky-mountain-bicycles
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Rocky Mountain Bicycles  - Feb. 4, 2016, 10:24 a.m.

Yes!

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