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Framed Minnesota 3.0 Fat Bike w/ Alloy and Bluto Fork 2015

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Type: Fat Bike
Material: Aluminum
Rear Gears: 10
Front Gears: Double
Weight: 34 lbs 3oz
Recommended Use: Fat Tire

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Description: Framed Minnesota 3.0 Fat Bike w/ Alloy and Bluto Fork

The Minnesota 3.0 is the top of the mountain in Minnesota Fat Bike series! This fat bike has all the great features of the MN 1.0 and 2.0 with a kick! Riders Love the MN 3.0! "Too Much Fun! Most fun I've had on a bike since I was a kid! 

This ground pounder starts with a 6061 oversized Aluminum alloy frame set for high intensity riding, but yet light enough to maintain pin-point maneuverability. FRAMED added a tapered head tube so you can run your choice of the FRAMED Alloy fork, FRAMED EFBE approved full Carbon fork or the RockShox Bluto suspension fork. The 3.0 series has upgraded drivetrain to SRAM X7 2X10 for even more range and climbing ability and stopping power from Avid BB7 mechanical disc brakes with 160 mm rotors to provide reliable consistent stopping power in snow, slush and sand.  All versions utilize a 190mm rear hub and a 150mm thru axle front hub to accommodate up to a 4.8" tire on the front and 4.7" rear in the winter.  The hubs and bottom bracket are sealed for a clean dependable roll. FRAMED rounded this out on Aluminum alloy 80 mm 32 hole lightweight rims to reduce rolling weight and increase strength and performance. Traction is brought to you by the FRAMED Minnesota 4.0, 120 tpi folding bead tires with lightweight tubes. Riders agree; "these have a perfect tread pattern to be a true 365 day tire". The result of this great combo is a true take it anywhere, do anything fat bike that won't break your piggy bank!

3.0 with Alloy fork and Bluto fork; Comes standard with the oversized 6061 aluminum alloy rigid fork AND the RockShox Bluto fork, giving you 100mm of shock absorbing control up front. This trail friendly version is ready to tackle whatever the trail throws at it, no matter the season.

Key Features of Framed Minnesota 3.0 Fat Bike w/ Alloy and Bluto Fork:
Frame: FRAMED Exclusive Oversized 6061 Aluminum Alloy frame. BLUTO READY; TIG Welded Oversized 6061 Aluminum Alloy, Tapered Headtube, Integrated Headset, Replaceable Derailleur Hanger, Cage Brazeons, Sealed 100mm Bottom Bracket. 16" 18" 20" 22. Please see sizing chart for correct stand over
Fork: RockShox Bluto Suspension fork; 100mm Solo Air Spring, turn key damping, disc mount, 150 mm spacing. Fits wheels from 26" x 4.8" to 29" x 2" (150mm w/15mm thru axle)
Headset: Neco Headset 1 1/8" - 1 1/2"
Gear: 2X10, Front 28/38t Rear 11-32
Crank Set: Truvativ 28/38t, 175mm alloy cranks with Square taper fully-replaceable, durable heat-treated steel chainrings.
Bottom Bracket: Neco 100mm Sealed
Cassette: Sram 10 Speed Cassette 11-32t
Shifters: Sram X7 1 x 10 Speed Trigger Shifters
Front Derailleur: Sram X7 Front Derailleur; Smooth Shifting X-Glide Drive.
Rear Derailleur: Sram X7 Rear Derailleur Exact Actuation for precise and dependable 10 speed performance
Chain: KMC X10EPT Stretch-resistant ECO- ProteQ for superior rust resistance
Brakes: Avid BB7 mechanical disc with 160 mm rotors, Dual Knob Pad Adjustment, Tri-Align Caliper Positioning
Brake Levers: Avid FR-5; Aluminum, Reversible, Flat Rate Pull Reach Adjustment, Qwik-Adjust Barrel Adjuster
Handlebar: FRAMED Lightweight Alluminum Alloy 710mm, 12 degree sweep 1/2 inch rise
Grips: FRAMED lightweight low profile lock on
Bar Stem: FRAMED Aluminum Alloy 100mm Threadless 6 degree rise, 4 bolt
Saddle: WTB Volt Saddle 135mm Enough padding for all day riding comfort yet scant enough weights for XC competition gaining it endless acclaim and popularity among riders.
Seat Clamp: Promax Seatpost Clamp MX-86 35mm 8NM
Seat Post: FRAMED Lightweight Alluminum Alloy 400mm X 31.6mm
Front Hub: Quanta Alloy 14G x 32H x 150mm Sealed, 15mm Thru Axle
Rear Hub: Quanta Alloy 14G x 32H x 190mm Sealed Quick Release Axle
Rims: FRAMED Aluminum Alloy Single Wall Rim, 80mm wide, 32h, Weight Reducing Cut Outs, Double pinned for weight savings/max strength
Spokes: 14Ga. Stainless Steel with Brass Nipple
Tires: FRAMED Minnesota Fat Tire 26" x 4" 120 TPI Folding All weather tread ultralite casting
Tubes: Innova 0.8MM Lightweight Tubes
Pedals: Not included; Please check out our Framed brand Pedals
Weight: 34 lbs 3oz: Framed bases the weight of their MN 3.0 bikes on an average 18" Frame. The exact weight may vary slightly from what is posted.

Minnesota 3.0 Geometry Specs
Key Features of the Rock Shox Bluto RL 100mm Bike Fork:
  • TRAVEL: 100MM
  • WEIGHT: 1,796g (3.96lb)
  • ADJUSTMENTS: Reboun, crown or remote lockout
  • CROWN: Forged, AL66 TV aluminum
  • UPPER TUBES: 32mm aluminum, Fast Black
  • LOWERS: Magnesium
  • COLOR OPTIONS: Black, White (OEM only), Diffusion Black (OEM only)
  • Axle: 15x150mm Maxle Lite
  • Offset: 51mm
  • Brake Type: Disc
    Every Framed Fat Bike frame comes with a (3) year warranty. All components have a (1) year warranty, tires are excluded. The warranty covers defects in materials and craftsmanship, including manufacturing defects. The warranty does not cover any damages or defects caused by abuse, accidents or other incidents that are not the result of normal use of the product. See manufacturer warranty for more information. Warranty is valid for original purchaser only.

Minnesota 3.0 w/ Alloy and Bluto Fork

NOTE: All bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a certified bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a certified bike 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.

4.6 / 5.0
13 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
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1 Star
great value for the money
disc brake mounts on stock fork were bent causing caliper housing to rub on disc,luckily i had ordered bike with the optional Bluto fork
will see how Framed handles the problem
1st ride with bike I was able to ride thru a rock garden that had beat me every other time,the 4.25 wide tires float over anything
2nd ride was down a local Cape Cod beach,very impressive on sand,This bike should give the name brand bikes a run for the money !!!!
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December 2, 2014
10 months ago
Great bike for the price
I recently received my 3.0 bike and have taken it out on two single track rides. The initial ride was more to get accustomed to the bikes dimensions and what adjustments would be needed. I did assemble the bike myself, but also took the bike to my LBS to have it tuned up correctly. After the initial ride I did replace the seat post with a Thomson Setback for better downhill and also replaced the back brake with an inexpensive Avid Juicy hydraulic I had in my parts cabinet. The second ride was amazing! The trails are mostly rocks and roots which allowed the Bluto shock to work perfectly. I ride a Stumpy Elite and a hard tail SS and I felt just as comfortable on the 3.0 as my other bikes. I will admit that the weight of the 3.0 makes the ride a little more challenging, but the "What the hell was that??" look on the other bikers faces is well worth it. Strongly recommend the 3.0 for the price and quality. I only hope we get that one day of snow in McKinney so I can try that out!
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December 1, 2014
McKinney, TX, US
Age: 45-64
Almost 5 stars
This is a great bike for the money. I am having a blast riding it any and everywhere! Two things keep it from being 5 star. First it came with both factory rigid for and Bluto. Brake caliper mount on rigid was not welded on correct and the caliper was never going to line up. So on went the Bluto and there it will stay. Second item is this bike be geared OK for the flatlands of middle America but it is never going to cut it in the Pac NW where we actually have MOUNTAINS. I re-geared to 22-36T Race Face and all is right in the world.
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January 8, 2015
8 months ago
Minnesota 3.0 with Shock
I've put 100 miles on this bike The bike performs very well this was my first fat bike and I was very impressed by the ride The only two weaknesses in the bike are the crank and the rims I recommend replacing the crank with a race face and going to a one by set up. The rims are light weight and they are easy to remove a tire from no tire levers needed but difficult to balance on the wheel and nearly impossible to make tubeless. But for the price you can replace the rims and crank and still be significantly cheaper then any other bike on the market
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December 6, 2014
9 months ago
Great overall bike
I'd been shopping fat bikes for quite some time.. Demoed a Salsa Mukluk, checked out the options on, but something drew me to this bike.

I knew I wanted the bluto because this bike will most likely never see snow, as I ride trails in Arkansas/Oklahoma. I compared my options and pulled the trigger on this bike.

Got it home, and I took it to the bike shop so they could finalize the assembly and also cut down the steer tube to my desired length on the Bluto fork. My main issue isn't with the bike itself, rather with Framed. The box was in perfect shape, so it wasn't due to shipping damages but the rear derailleur was bent so bad that it bound up in the spokes of the rear wheel. And the derailleur hanger was also bent badly. I contacted Framed and got in touch with George Miller and he acted like he was at least going to send me a new hanger. This was on 12/30/14 and Jan 20th now... It still may show up, I have no idea because I haven't been able to get a reply.. But the bike shop was able to bend it back somewhat and my derailleur, but it's still not shifting smoothly and I've had to order a new hanger and rear derailleur out of my pocket book. (FYI i was there at the shop and helped the guys unbox the item)

It really gets a lot of attention wherever I take the bike, people constantly stopping me to ask about it and ride it etc.. The 20" frame is a very comfortable fit for me. I'm 6', 32" inseam with exceptionally long arms. My biggest complaint about the bike itself would be the wheelset. To my knowledge i don't think you could convert them to tubeless (which would be a huge weight savings). The red anodizing looks really cool though, and it adds a nice pop of color. My bike with the bluto and no pedals weighed 34lbs 10oz. Not terrible, not great. The brakes have good stopping power, just not as much modulation as i'm used to high end hydraulic disk brakes.

Overall I'm quite pleased with it. I'm amazed that for the money you get the bluto fork which by itself retails for $649! This bike blows away the Mukluk I demoed! So for the money I think its a great deal. Hopefully Framed or The House comes through for the damaged parts!
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January 20, 2015
Sallisaw, OK, US
Age: 25-44
2500km and still going strong...
this is a Fantastic bike for the money. I waited until my Garmin GPS said 2500km have been ridden, before I did a review. The Frame, rims and hubs have performed flawlessly. The drivetrain wore out, but that is expected of any bike doing serious off-roading for 5 months. Had to replace the chain, cassette, RD pulleys and one front chain ring. I spiked the original tires for winter frozen lake riding, and upgraded to bulldozer tires for the spring. Had a blizzard, and the bulldozers drove through that, almost as good as the spiked tires!

Steep, long gravel inclines? no problem. mud or loose beach sand that would stop any other bike..? not this one! it's amazing. people always stop and ask about the bike, and where can they buy one.... so I point them to the HOUSE web site.

I made minor upgrades to the bike, mainly the bars and stem, to accommodate my stack and reach. I left the drivetrain alone, because like I said above, when you ride THIS kind of kind, through every season and every condition, there is no need to upgrade to high-end parts. the stock parts do fine. One thing I did find very helpful, was to upgrade the shifting and brake cables to Shimano XT, after the bike had dealt with a season of snow and salt... shifting got clunky, even after cleaning the original cables. Once upgraded, the original components and shifters worked as good as new.

There is nothing I can say is a con with this bike. I was a TT specialist for many years... I was used to 15 lbs, ultra-high end carbon racers doing 40kph for 30 minutes (20km courses). Then I was hit by a car and wanted to still ride a bike, but stay off the roads.

This was the perfect bike for me. And after riding it 5-6 months, I have gained more muscle mass on it, that from several years on a road bike. And this bike with hit 40kph, with the bluto and the bulldozers on it, for 0.5 km sprints on smooth pavement. you can surprise the hell out of the road bikers with this thing. and the SOUND... amazing !! it is the first time in my life, you don't have to say "on your left".... the people have already heard the bike tires howling and get the heck out of the way ; ))
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June 22, 2015
Toronto, ON, CA
Age: 45-64
Killing it on the 3
Super enjoying 3 here in So Vt (southern arctic highlands) Bike performing really well. Folks amazed at stock weight and value (haven't put Bluto on yet). Some customization based on ability and terrain (lots of hills and varying snow conditions... different cassette and chainrings for me). Studded H-Billies w/grip studs and good for almost all conditions except super loose or deep (keep'em for summer, if you prefer something else for winter conditions). Been using it like crazy, days & nights. Offer it to others when I'm not on it so they can "drink the cool-aid"
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January 22, 2015
Nice Ride and Great Value
I've had the opportunity to put about 40 miles on my 3.0, and my initial impressions are quite positive. I'm 5'10" and purchased a medium, the fit is good and very comfortable. Shorter effective top tube then some of the other bikes results in a more upright riding position, which I prefer. The only reason that I rate only 4 stars is due to the gearing on the crankset. If you plan to ride the bike in the snow, the stock gearing is too high. I think most people buy this bike for winter riding, so why not spec it with the proper gearing upfront. This is an easy fix for anyone with basic mechanical skills and can be done for <$50 by switching out chainrings. This shouldn't prevent you from buying the bike, but is an opportunity for Framed to improve their spec's going forward. If your looking for a fun ride this winter and willing to turn a wrench then get yourself a 3.0, you won't regret it.
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January 17, 2015
8 months ago
Now low tide too
3 rocked winter, then Bluto-ed summer rocks & roots. Now killing Maine low tide beaches & edges. Conversation starter wherever you go. Can't endorse enough!
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August 17, 2015
even better than I thought
Shopped price and components/value Bought it w/2 forks. Thought winter was where I'd use it the most. Certainly did. But still super enjoying it w/Bluto in the warm months. Allows/provides super charging thru primitive jungle like trails nite & day. Killer traction, just wish legs were stronger. Certainly not bike! Upgrade to X5 for 21st century hollow crank set & mountain gearing. 29er getting dustier & dustier
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June 30, 2015
Riding through mud, floating over sand, and easily conquering roots makes this a great summer bike. Now for winter, but I can wait.
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July 13, 2015
2 months ago
Great value - no problems
Received bike in good conditions via UPS on day 4 as scheduled. Well packaged. Assembly only involved mounting the bars, wheels and seat post. Derailleurs and brakes only required very minor adjustments. Note that the front fork has a small hard to see allen pinch bolt that needs to be loosened to remove the thru axle.

I have installed the Bluto fork - FYI it is about 1 3/4" taller than the rigid fork. Depending on the amount of sag you set, the front end geometry will change w/ the suspension fork.

Bike with Bluto fork and Perf Campus pedals (446g per pair) weighed 34lbs 10oz. - cheap digital scale that may not be 100% accurate.
Front wheel w/ tires and rotor - 3232 g - 7lbs 2oz
Rear wheel w/ tire, rotor, cassette, and QR -3882g- 8lbs 9 oz
Seat post - 360g
Seat - 292g
Rigid fork - 1066g 2lbs 5 oz

Rode in some wet, boggy thawing tundra like conditions and the flotation was very impressive. Can ride staight over a 5" curb and hardly notice it.

Fat tire bikes are heavy and not fast but in the right conditions they are awesome. Highly recommended!
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March 25, 2015
Laurel, MD, US
Age: 45-64
5 months ago
Minnesota 3.0 Fat Bike
My bike finally made it to Alaska. This bike is worth every penny!..Traction & Float amazing....Quality bike..everyone should have one!
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January 7, 2015

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It looked like a good deal for a bike with suspension.
James M on Jun 10, 2015
Just what I was looking for in a fat bike
Ebe B on Dec 28, 2014
Because it ROCKS !
Matthew K on Jan 27, 2015
Can't beat the price for these options anywhere
BadCat on Nov 28, 2014
I periodically travel with my job and would prefer to work my schedule to coordinate with the delivery date of my bike. How will I be notified that my bike has been shipped? Will your company send me an e-mail with a tracking number or should I keep checking my Visa to see if it's been charged and thus shipped? Thank you for any information Bryan
Bryan E on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: The day we ship your bike you will receive a tracking number.

If you are looking at your credit card statement that should be about a 2-3 day heads up before we ship. They will authorize all the orders and prep them to ship the minute we are done counting bikes.
Reply (1) · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 12, 2014
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Are the quando hubs loose ball / cup/ cone with rubber seals or sealed precision cartridge bearings?
joejoe on Jan 8, 2015
Best Answer: They are indeed sealed cartridges. I love my 3.0... I would recommend changing the cassette to a 11-36 and you can take a lot of weight off by changing the bottom bracket. The 68.5 head tube angle is definitely noticeable as well. I've put at least 300 miles on her with no issues at all and I have rode with shock in vt during this cold snap. Hope I helped and peddle on!
Reply · Report · Jake G on Jan 8, 2015
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tire pressure on fat bikes ?
A shopper on Dec 15, 2014
Best Answer: Recommend 5-7 PSI on snow. 6-8 PSI works well on technical, rocky New England singletrack. For fast rolling on doubletrack, rails-to-trails and road riding, 8-12 PSI does the trick. The smoother the surface, the higher the pressure.This information is from personal experience and will vary with the tire configuration and rider weight. Hope these recommendations give you a good starting point. Have fun!
Reply · Report · Dave K on Dec 16, 2014
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Narrow wheel set for 3 yet? 29" seems to be current direction. Ever consider 27.5+?
mike p on Aug 17, 2015
Best Answer: I bought this bike to ride in the snow first and foremost! We don't get much snow in Kansas City, MO but I wanted to be ready when it does. I did consider 29", 27.5", etc but they all lacked the ability to float like the fatty! Yes it is a bigger heavier bike to maneuver, but you get the large diameter of a 29" and similar confidence in the technical sections. I've found that I am slower but I enjoy the ride much more whether on paved or dirt!
Reply (1) · Report · jimmy on Aug 17, 2015
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Seems like you got 2 different blue shows a light almost aqua blue...but your site show a much darker blue???
ian k on Oct 28, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Ian,

The Blue you are seeing here on is the correct color for the Framed Minnesota 3.0. That light aqua you see on the Mini-sota and Women's 2.0 is specific to those models.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Oct 28, 2014
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Does each fork come with a crown race and star nut installed?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: Yep!
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 14, 2014
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Is this frame going to accept a 4.8 inch tire, such as a Surly Lou or Bud?
Aaron C on Feb 21, 2015
Best Answer: Some 4.8" will work, such as a Dillinger 5 or Surly Bud. However, the Surly Lou is a tight fit and probably wouldn't be the best choice.
Reply · Report · Adam A on Feb 21, 2015
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Looking at the 3.0 with Bluto. I was thinking of 20" size- what is stand over for 20"? I'm 6 foot with a 33 inseam and ride a 20" Ellsworth Truth, 19" Kona Hei-Hei 2-9er and my road and cross bikes are 58cm
Paul K on Oct 28, 2014
Best Answer: Paul - I think you are right with the 20"
Reply (1) · Report · Ebbin MStaff on Oct 29, 2014
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How long will your sale prices last?
jimmy on Feb 19, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Jimmy,
There is always a little fluctuation here as we are still getting these bikes.... but I checked with our bike guys... and the current sale price should last through at least the end of the month.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Feb 20, 2015
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What is the difference between the Minnesota 3.0 XWT with Bluto 2 fork package, and the Minnesota 3.0 with Bluto 2 fork package ?
Matthew K on Feb 1, 2015
Best Answer: The XWT comes with a 4.7" Bulldozer tire and the reg 3.0 package comes with a 4.25" H-Billie tire.
Reply (1) · Report · GeorgeMStaff on Feb 11, 2015
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Can the Bluetooth fork accommodate 4.8" tires as well?
Da'bane on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: Yes Bluto, and Yes it will accept a 4.8" tire.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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Can I order black wheels (rims) instead? I don't see the choice to pick black color.
A shopper on Aug 24, 2015
Best Answer: Yes!
Place you bike order through our sales, and you can order black rims: 1 (800) 409-7669.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Aug 24, 2015
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How easy is it to change between the rigid fork and Bluto on the Minnesota 3.0?
James M on Jun 14, 2015
Best Answer: Hi James!
Here is a link on swapping out forks. If you are unfamiliar with this process it is always advisable to take your bike to your local bike shop.

Reply · Report · GeorgeMStaff on Jun 15, 2015
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I am wondering if the rear hub on the 3.0 could be offered with a 15mm through axle?
Jason R on Mar 28, 2015
Best Answer: No that cannot work. The rear hub spacing is incompatible.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Apr 23, 2015
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Would you put my bike together if I picked it up at the warehouse?
Aaron C on Feb 21, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Aaron,
If you want to pick up your bike at our showroom in St. Paul (Little Canada really) they will be happy to assemble it for you. Contact The-House Bike Shop for more info: 1 (800) 409-7669!
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Feb 23, 2015
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is this bike in a 17 in stock?
derrick m on Feb 8, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Derrick.
Hey, This bike is not offered in a 17. You will have a 16 or 18 option. The back order posts are correct, so we have most of the Red option, and most of the blue options are on their way. Basically, due to demand, there is a lot of fluctuation in our Framed bike inventories.
Reply (1) · Report · Tim CStaff on Feb 9, 2015
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What is the guideline for stack height on the Bluto?
John T on Jan 8, 2015
Best Answer: Hi John,
There is no real guideline here. It is all personal preference.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Jan 8, 2015
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hi, just wondered if you ship them over to europe? if yes, what would the price be?
A shopper on Jan 7, 2015
Best Answer: Good Day! We ship to a number of Countries in Europe. The price will vary a little depending on where you are. I will direct you to our help page: However with a little more info I am happy to help you.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Jan 7, 2015
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Only 20 inch availible?
A shopper on Dec 28, 2014
Best Answer: Hi!
There are a few variations of the MN 3.0. Listed, in blue, with Rockshox, it is available in 20in only currently. We do currently have the regular 3.0 in 16 18 20 and 22 Blue. Basically I would chat with our bike shop when preparing to place your order, so you can get the perfect set-up. 1 (800) 409-7669
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 29, 2014
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Im 6' 5" and 215 lbs. what size Fat tire bike would fit me? Im a road cyclist and ride a 62 cm
A shopper on Dec 21, 2014
Best Answer: Hey,
The Framed guys recommend the 22inch Minnesota 3.0. They suggested you could work a 20in to 22in frame. You can also chat with our bike guys for more details: 1 (800) 409-7669.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 22, 2014
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Do you have the 3 in XWT with the Bluto shock?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: Good Day!
Yes, you will be able to get the Bluto Shock on the 3.0 XWT version of the bike. It is not ready for the web yet, so If you want to order that exact version... call the bike shop and they would create it for you. (1 (800) 409-7669).
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 5, 2014
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When I ordered mine on 9/4 it was supposed to come w/a 12-36 cassette. Thought I wouldn't need to change chainrings in that case. Why the switch? I hope the one you sent has the 36!
mike p on Dec 3, 2014
Best Answer: Hello Mike,
This 3.0 has 11-32. I am not sure what Framed had originally posted. The good people over at Framed have alerted me that you can change your order by contacting them. Let me know if there is anything I can do or straighten out for you.
Reply (1) · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 3, 2014
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Are you going to offer a FS carbon X1 soon?
Tom G on Nov 24, 2014
Best Answer: As of now we cannot release that info.
Reply · Report · Mark SStaff on Nov 28, 2014
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What does partially assembled actually mean?
Da'bane on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: Leon,
Good Question: 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.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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Will the Bluto fork work in -35C weather or do I need a rigid fork for winter commuting?
da'bane on Nov 9, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Leon,

In the extreme cold that oil is going to thicken to the point it won't flow through the plates in the fork so you can lock the fork out with the selector on the top of the fork. If you order the one with the Bluto you will get the alloy rigid fork as well which will be there better winter fork as it is lighter than the Bluto.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 10, 2014
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Does the Minnesota 3 come with both a rock shox fork AND a rigid fork for $1400? Or is the rigid fork extra.
da'bane on Nov 9, 2014
Best Answer: The MN 3.0 comes with both forks for $1399.95!
Reply · Report · GeorgeMStaff on Nov 10, 2014
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I ride a 19" frame on an old 26" wheeled mtn bike so I'm between sizes for the Framed 3.0 with Bluto fork.
Should I go 18" or 20"?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2014
Best Answer: If you haven't already, take a second to look at the Sizing Chart link that is located above the green Add to Cart button. The sizing chart will help you select the Minnesota 3.0 size you need with your specific measurements.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 10, 2014
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Is it possible to order a Framed Minnesota 3.0 with 4.8 tires?
BadCat on Nov 3, 2014
Best Answer: Hey John,

There is the 3.0 XL which comes stock with the wider tires but no Bluto.

If you want the Bluto and wide tires you can call in and ask for Chad and I get things done for you.
Reply (1) · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 4, 2014
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Would like to order a few xtra tubed to fit the mind 3.0 you will be delivering....which do you recommend?
ian k on Nov 3, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Ian,

These are the ones I recommend.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 4, 2014
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Does the 3.0 have a seal bearing headset? If not, could you possibly tell us what the headtube specs are, or is it possible for you get a sealed bearing headset from you guys for the bike?
justin on Nov 1, 2014
Best Answer: The Framed MN 3.0 has a semi sealed headset that you can pop apart and re grease
Reply · Report · Mark SStaff on Nov 4, 2014
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What is the price on the Alaskan aluminum alloy fat tire mountain bike?
Randy W on Oct 30, 2014
Best Answer: The Framed Alaskan Alloy Fat Bike Starts at $1,399.95 here is a link to the product.
Reply · Report · GeorgeMStaff on Oct 30, 2014
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What is the price for the Minnesota 3.0 with and without the shock?
Randy W on Oct 29, 2014
Best Answer: Randy,

Hey, I think what you are looking for is here: This is the regular Minnesota 3.0 Fat Bike for 2015!

With Shock:

You can compare.

Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Oct 29, 2014
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