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Old 02-24-18, 03:21 PM
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What do you think?

I posted this in general discussion. Maybe it is better here.

Is this the best time of year to buy a fat bike?
Bikers are thinking of getting out there on the streets and M.T.B. trails very soon.
I don't think many are thinking of Fat Biking.
I think that will relate into the lowest yearly prices.

Even if I am wrong,
I just want to know if Fat Bike prices are the lowest they are going to get for the year.
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In general I don't know. But my wife was able to save $800 on her 2017 Salsa Mukluk at REI last month, so there are some bargains around.
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Old 02-26-18, 11:34 AM
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I picked up my Framed Minnesota 3.0 with an uninstalled Bluto shock in June of 2016 for a crazy nice price. I got lucky, but I suppose there weren't as many shoppers for winter rides in the summer.

At bike shops, however, many have "end of season" sales that can get you great sale prices.

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