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Framed Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike Black 2014

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Specs

Type:
  • Fat Bike
Material: Aluminum
Rear Gears: 9
Front Gears: Double
Weight: 35
Recommeded Use:
  • Fat Tire

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Description: Framed Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike Black

Free Wheel Set with Fat Bike Pre Order
We’re really excited to introduce the Minnesota 2.0, the new top-of-the line model in the Fat Bike series from Framed Bikes. It’s a fully-featured Fat Bike that solves two problems that face people wanting to get a Fat Bike…high price and lack of versatility.

The Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike is priced under $900 but it’s not short on quality. The frameset is oversized 6160 alloy tubing. The drivetrain is SRAM commanding all 18 gears. Framed went with Avid BB5 brakes for reliable stopping power in all temperatures. It even comes stock with sealed alloy pedals w/removable pins. The rims are Framed Alloy Single Wall and drilled out for an excellent strength to weight ratio. The Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike also comes stock with the Vee Rubber Mission 120TPI Lightweight Folding tires. The geometry on the Minnesota 2.0 has a shorter cockpit than the Minnesota 2.0 giving it a more trail and free ride feel.

Now let’s talk versatility. Framed Bikes developed the Fattie Slims™ wheel set packages to maximize use of the Minnesota Fat Bike series. The additional wheel set options (Pat.Pending) allow switching from a “fat setup” to an even lighter, even faster “29 Fattie Slims™ wheel set” with no tools or mechanical skills. We’re so excited about the design and versatility of this wheel set package that for a limited time, we’re giving away a Fattie Slims™ wheel set of your choice with every pre-order, a knobby set for dirt or semi slicks for the street. So, pre-order a Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike and pick a knobby set for dirt or semi slicks for the street…it’s up to you.

Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike

Size Height
16" 5'5" - 5'9"
18" 5'8" - 6'0"
20" 5'11" - 6'3"

Key Features of the Framed Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike:
  • Gears – 18 Speed
  • Frame - 6061 Alloy
  • Fork - 6061 Alloy
  • Seat Clamp - Anodized or Painted Alloy QR
  • Crankset – Truvativ 28/38T Chain Rings
  • Bottom Bracket - 100mm Sealed
  • Front Derailleur - SRAM Model X7
  • Rear Derailleur - SRAM Model X5
  • Freewheel - SRAM 9 Speed 11/34T
  • Chain - KMC Model X9
  • Headset - Neco 1 1/8"
  • Brakes - Avid BB5 Mechanical Disc w/160mm Rotors
  • Brake Levers - Avid BB5
  • Shifters –SRAM Model X5 18 Speed Trigger Shift
  • Grips - Locking Grips
  • Stem - 100mm Threadless 6 Degree Rise, 4 Bolt
  • Handlebar - 710mm, 12 Degree Sweep
  • Saddle - Velo Plush (S2)
  • Seat Post - 400mm x 30.9mm
  • Pedals - Framed Alloy Sealed Platform Pedals w/Removable Pins
  • Front Hub - Quando 135mm Alloy Quick Release
  • Rear Hub - Quando 170mm Alloy Quick Release
  • Rims – Framed Single Wall Drilled Out
  • Spokes - 14G
  • Tires - Vee Rubber Mission 120TPI (Lightweight Folding)
  • Approx. Weight – 35lbs (size Large w/ pedals and set)
Fat Bike Geometry Specs

Minnesota 2.0

NOTE: All complete bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a qualified BMX technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a qualified technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Very Impressive Fatty"

    , Yonkers,NY
    Pros: Great Value,Great Components, Cons:

    I've ridden Surly Pugsley, Moonlander and Salsa Mukluk. You never know what kind of components/material to expect until you see them first. I was truly impressed. I originally purchased the Fantom FB4 but could not pass up the free slick wheels. No other bike manufacturer has this feature.

  • "A lot of Bike, for the Price"

    , columbia,NH
    Pros: Great Value,Handles Well,Stylish,Durable,Responsive,Versatile,Smooth Ride,Great Components, Cons: I say, GREAT COMPONENTS based on the price not in the grand scheme

    You won't find a finer looking or better equipped bike at this price. Have it gone through by a mechanic before riding. It came out of the box better than a lot of other bikes that I've built from the big companies. I am a shop owner, but we don't sell a line of fat bikes (yet) and I wanted to get in on the fun.


Framed Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike Black
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Greg S: Looked like the best bike for the price! Apr 11, 2014
Viktor L: dream Mar 26, 2014
Richard S: Well equipped and priced compared to what I've researched. Like the 18 gears, brakes and weight - the whole set up. Feb 23, 2014
jon h: Good Quality componets and good Bike for the price, All the reviews I read on the bike were great!! Cant afford to pay Couple grand on a bike. this bike fit the budget I'm on.
Wish they were set up for bick racks!
Feb 15, 2014
Kevin S: Good color live in the snow Feb 13, 2014
William K: good reviews. components equivalent to bikes costing twice as much. free wheelset thrown in. Feb 8, 2014
Joseph G: I chose this Bike based on its versatility of changing the wheels from FAT to 29er. Price was not a issue - but no other bike has this feature. Jan 31, 2014
Charles Keefer B: Good components and a great price. The free wheel set makes this deal, your basically getting two bikes, Fat for winter, fully ridged with 29er tires for summer XC training. Jan 11, 2014
Andrew R: Price value Jan 11, 2014
Tom H: very good price and a friend directed me to the site. Dec 31, 2013
Richard E: Great price, decent components Dec 17, 2013
Dominic B: Local. Fat. Bike. Dec 5, 2013
shirley c: delivery and price, plus free wheels set Dec 5, 2013
J B asked: Do either the 1.0 or 2.0 have eyelets on the frame and fork for mounting fenders? Jan 2, 2014
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Michael P: I don't know because I have not received mine yet. Looking forward to it. Jan 2, 2014
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Vidar B W: Hello

Yes, both models can be mounted fenders.

Jan 2, 2014
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John G: according to the picture I see on the website it does look like there are some Eyelets for attaching fenders I could be mistaken though Jan 2, 2014
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Pedro C: I have not yet received the merchandise. I cannot give an opinion at this time. Jan 2, 2014
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Mark A L: I can not answer the question as my bike will not deliver until February. Jan 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: What are the rim widths (in mm) for the fattie rims and the 29" slim mountain bike rims offered as an extra? Jan 14, 2014
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Darek F: 4" for the fattie rims.
2" for the slims
Jan 15, 2014
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Ryan L: The fatty rims are 80mm and the extra set of rims are 2 inches so that would be 50.8mm. Jan 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: What series aluminum 6061 frame material, T-6?
Thnx!
Dec 19, 2013
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David GStaff: The Framed Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike is aircraft grade aluminum. Dec 22, 2013
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Daniel R: Here is a description of aluminum alloy 6061 given by Wikipedia:

6061 is a precipitation hardening aluminium alloy, containing magnesium and silicon as its major alloying elements. Originally called "Alloy 61S," it was developed in 1935.[1] It has good mechanical properties and exhibits good weldability. It is one of the most common alloys of aluminium for general purpose use.

It is commonly available in pre-tempered grades such as 6061-O (annealed) and tempered grades such as 6061-T6 (solutionized and artificially aged) and 6061-T651 (solutionized, stress-relieved stretched and artificially aged).

Hopefully this answers the question you asked. Cheers.
Dec 19, 2013
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Wade G asked: Will this bike take 4.8 inch wide tires? Mar 1, 2014
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Joe G: Hi Wade,

I, coincidentally asked the same question before ordering my bike. I was told that the bike would not accommodate larger tires. When I received the bike, I checked the relationship of the tires to their surrounding structures. The front fork may be able to handle the extra width but the rear triangle will not.
I have taken the bike out in the snow and it rides well in snow that is a few inches deep with a solid base. I've attempted riding through deeper snow with little success, however I don't think that an extra half inch on the tire would make a difference in very deep snow. I can not comment on sand riding as I have not attempted to do so yet. I do plan to do a lot of beach riding when the weather permits.
Overall, I am very happy with this bike. It is a great value for the price and with the offer of a second set of tires for no extra charge it would be hard to beat.
My suggestion is, take the bike to your local bike shop and ask them what they think about the wider tire. You may be able to use a 4.8" tire on the front while keeping the 4" tire in the rear, though as stated above, I don't think that the extra half inch or so is going to make a big difference.
I hope that this helps!

Joe G
Mar 2, 2014
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Dale R: Front looks to have lots of clearance. Rear, no so much. chain line is VERY close to tire now with the 4.0. Frame MIGHT clear, but drivetrain/chainline might need to be shifted to get bigger tires in. It's NOT an offset frame Mar 2, 2014
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Carl M: I can't say for sure because tires can vary. But i think a 4.8 will definitely fit. I looked and i have about 1/2 inch clearance on each side with the 4.0 tires. Mar 3, 2014
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Mark A: Only on the front. Mar 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do the " Free Fatty Slims" have rotors included with them? Jan 9, 2014
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Ryan L: Yes. Jan 14, 2014
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Frank H: Yes. You just have to bolt them on when you get the slims. Feb 28, 2014
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Scott W: Yes. Feb 9, 2014
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Joe S asked: I am interested in buying bike. What level of assembly will it require? Dec 16, 2013
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shirley c: Not sure, since they haven't shipped it to me yet. But, have gotten several bikes shipped and the assembly is not that bad. front wheel will need to be put on , handlebars, brakes and shifting will need adjusting too. Dec 17, 2013
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Scott W: A metric set of allen wrenches is all you need. Super easy to assemble. Attach the handle bars, seat, front wheel and pedals... everything else comes assembled. Feb 9, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Hello Joe,

All complete bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a qualified bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a qualified technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.
Dec 17, 2013
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Jason asked: Are the size 20" sold out in the 2.0? Will there be any in that size available for purchase at the retail store? Jan 22, 2014
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Lannie EStaff: I believe we still have plenty of the 20" Black 2.0's for sell. Jan 23, 2014
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ALBERT H: The 20" option does not show up in any of the 2.0 colors. Jan 29, 2014
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Jason L asked: How wide are the tires?/ is this bike good for rocky trails? Dec 14, 2013
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Mark SStaff: The Tires are 26x4.0" wide. They grip really well! Rocky trails will be a breeze with this bike Dec 22, 2013
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Scott W: The tires are 4" wide. Depends on how you define rocky... The tires are great for pack snow, sand, gravel and chunky 3/4" rock. Very stable ride. Feb 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you get it shipped anywhere? And if i'm moving can I wait to put my new address on there as long as its before februrary? Dec 29, 2013
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Matt GStaff: We ship anywhere in the US, check out the US Shipping page HERE: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/us-shipping/

We also ship internationally, check out the International Shipping page HERE: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/international-shipping/

As for your new address question, it would be best answered by a customer service rep, call them at this number: 1 (800) 409-7669
Dec 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: This looks like a great deal. Would you consider swapping out the 2x crankset for the single 33? I like the gearing of the 33 and the lighter weight. Thanks Dec 18, 2013
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Mark SStaff: When Ordering the Framed MN 2.0 you can order the crank set you are looking for at the same time. When the bike shows up take it to your local bike shop to have it built and have them swap out the cranks. Dec 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does the bike come with the chain on? Feb 19, 2014
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Paul N.: Yes, and the bike is almost completely assembled. You will only need to install the pedals, tighten the stem, bar, seat post, etc., and fit the front wheel. It's recommended to thoroughly inspect all bolts, cables, lubrication, etc. before riding, and then re-inspect, re-tighten as needed. Standard procedure for a new bike. If in doubt - your local bike shop should be able to help. Feb 19, 2014
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Daniel M: Yes, the bike does come with the chain and back wheel on. The only assembly required is the seat, front wheel, pedals and bars, less than the assembly required when shipping my own bike when traveling for races. My only issue was adjustments for the brakes, sent it to the local bike shop for that. Feb 19, 2014
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Dean B: I got mine recently and it does. The only assembly required was putting on the pedals, the handlebars, the saddle, and the front wheel. Everything else was good to go. Even air in the tires! Feb 19, 2014
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GREGG P: Hey yes both of mine did but there is a master link that you can squeeze by hand and then run it threw derailer if that helps and convert it to electric mid drive makes it an awesome bike. Feb 19, 2014
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Thomas J: Yes. The bike comes pretty much assembled. You need to put the front wheel on, mount the bars, and you are off to the races. Feb 20, 2014
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Frank D: Yes. Actually the bike is almost completely assembled. All i needed to do was the handlebars, pedals and seat. Pretty easy. Feb 19, 2014
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jonathon d: Yes, the chain is on. It uses a quick link, so it can also easily be removed without needing a chain breaker. Feb 21, 2014
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Joseph G: Unless you are able to build your own bike. Bring it to a professional who can assemble it. Yes, chain is on. Feb 19, 2014
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CRAIG M: Yes, Chain and back wheel in place. Front wheel and handlebars need to be installed Feb 19, 2014
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Robert C: Yes, the chain is attached, but the handle bars and the pedals are not. Feb 19, 2014
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Bruce M: yes . Need only to attach handlebars.seat post and front tire. Feb 20, 2014
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G L: Don't know. Had it pro assembled. Feb 19, 2014
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CHRISTOPHER J P: Yes, of course. Feb 19, 2014
Eric S: Yes, it does. Feb 19, 2014
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Daryl I: Yes it does Feb 20, 2014
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Kelvin S: Yes it does Feb 19, 2014
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Robert B: It does Feb 19, 2014
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Ian M: Yup. Feb 19, 2014
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gregory a: Yes! Feb 19, 2014
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Paul M: Yes! Feb 19, 2014
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curtis j asked: Are they 29 inch x 4 inch tires ? Feb 9, 2014
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David R: No, 26x4, but that gives you an outside radius similar to a 29 due to the diameter of the tire. The extra set is supposed to be 29" but they have not arrived, seemingly held up in customs. Feb 9, 2014
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Glen S: No, They are 26" X 4". The large sidewall of this tire gives you an outside diameter of a 29". They is why you can run a 29er wheel set on this bike. Feb 9, 2014
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gregory b: It's come with a 26" rim and a wheel set for 29er tires. U can run summer tires and 4" snow tires Feb 9, 2014
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William P: The tires are 26 X 4. The bigger tire overall diameter size is smaller but close to the 29 size. Feb 9, 2014
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Jeffrey I: No, 26X4. The confusion may be because the 29X2 (free) Fattie Slims will fit the frame.
Feb 9, 2014
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Christine C: They are 26x4" but the second set of wheels with the slimmer tires are 29ers. Feb 9, 2014
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carlos d: yes ;) it's awesome bike I love it Feb 9, 2014
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Scott W: They are 26 x 4. Feb 9, 2014
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Jason V: 26" x 4" tires Feb 9, 2014
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Erin N: Do not by anything from this company. They sold me a bike they didn't actually have in stock & strung me along for weeks without being honest about the problem. They don't actually keep any bikes in their warehouse. When enough orders for a particular bike are placed, only then will they order that bike from a supplier. Send your business to a more reputable company.

Erin Neary
Feb 9, 2014
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tom r asked: I am 5 ft 11 in. the 19 1.0 sounds perfect but I am looking at the 2.0... I fit both the 18 and 20 inch according to the chart.which would I get?(my inseem is 32) Jan 8, 2014
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jonathon d: It depends on how you like your bike to feel. You might consier measuring your current bike and comparing it to the 2.0 geometry. If you love your bike fit, match as closely as you can. if it feels too big or too small then size accordingly. I am 6' with a 32" inseam and I bought the 18, but suspect that I'd prefer the 20. I have the seat post fully extended on the 18", and wouldn't mind if I wasn't in such a racy position. Feb 21, 2014
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Scott W: I'm 6.0" with a 34" inseam. I bought the 20" and it is a perfect fit. With a 32" inseam the 18" may be the right call for you. Feb 9, 2014
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Lannie EStaff: The 18 inch will feel much nicer. Jan 9, 2014
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Fred S asked: Will the 2.0 take a different crankset or chainring. Need a 22 tooth for the climbs around here. Gear ratios are way too high for these kind of bikes? Jan 29, 2014
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Paul N.: Yes, just replace the chainring(s) as needed. Some people have opted to replace just the 28t with a 22t, others have replaced both, going with 22/32. Just replacing the 28t with a 22t gives you a big range, but will require a couple of upshifts / downshifts in the rear to accommodate this larger chainring spread. Feb 19, 2014
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David F: Most definately can change the crank , seriously doubt if you will find a 22 tooth ring to go on the existing crank though. Feb 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: When will you have a Framed Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bake Black in a 20" and haolong will the sale last? Apr 9, 2014
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Mark SStaff: The Framed MN bikes are due back at the end of April. The Sale will be going for awhile Apr 9, 2014
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Minnesota Fats asked: Would the front brake mount work with a 135 mm REAR DISC HUB? Or, is the axle-end/rotor relationship of the Quando front hub more like a "normal" FRONT HUB? Thanks in advance for your reply! Feb 1, 2014
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Glen S: I am pretty sure you can do that. I eyeballed the front spacing with a tape measure, and it is about 5.25". I did the same thing on the rear wheel of my standard mtn bike, and it is the same width. Feb 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: i would like to order the white/orange in 15" but dont see it as option. Is that combo available? Jan 14, 2014
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Lannie EStaff: Sorry the Minnesota 2.0 White and orange only comes in 16, 18 and 20 inch and the 16 inch is on back order til april. Jan 23, 2014
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Mike D asked: What is the warranty for this bike? Jan 8, 2014
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Lannie EStaff: The Framed Minnesota 2.0 Warranty is One year on Frame, fork, and handlebar against manufacturer defect and craftsmanship of those three parts. Jan 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are you expecting to make 16" frames in the Black 2.0? The 16" isn't listed in the frame size selection. Apr 16, 2014
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jonathon d asked: Has anybody successfully converted these rims tubeless? Any insight would be welcome. I've exhausted my own experience of converting mountain and road tubeless, and tried a couple methods suggested on youtube, but it isn't coming together with the stock Vee mission tires (labeled as tubeless on the 2.0). Thanks.
Jonathon
Mar 6, 2014
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jon h asked: Hi, can you get the surly knard 29+ on them instead of the 4inch fattie and still get the bonus rims and what would the cost change be?

Also can you get Discount freight if you buy Two bikes at once?
Jan 29, 2014
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stevenp asked: I am looking for a frame bag to fit this the 18" MN 2.0. Has anyone found one that works well? Is the frame the same geometry as another bike on the market so that the accessories will fit? Can anyone recommend a good easy to remove fender? Jan 28, 2014
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Chris H asked: I have a 2.0 on order and know I will want a bar with a rise, does someone know the diameter of the bar at the neck so I can get bars befor the bike arrives? Thanks a bunch. Chris Jan 23, 2014
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