EMBRACE OLD MAN WINTER

The LES Fat is your ticket to all season all surface riding.
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Meet the Les Fat

From Singletrack to Snow—One Bike Rules It All

Les Fat

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Hardtail
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27 Fat
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Carbon
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Compatible with almost every wheelsize available, the LES Fat is a four-season hardtail that can take you from singletrack to snow to sand with no compromises.

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