Powered by 9:ZERO:7
9:ZERO:7 has been a very supportive of sponsor of the Fatbike Frozen Forty. 2016 is no different. In 2016, the Fatbike Frozen Forty is “Powered by” 9:ZERO:7 Fat Bikes. We appreciate their support and encourage you to check out their bikes, go to their website, and send them an email saying thanks.
9:ZERO:7 Fat Bikes is a small company based out of Anchorage, Alaska. Up in Alaska, snow biking takes up a good chunk of the year, so they have some experience when it comes to riding the fatties. 9:ZERO:7 Bikes was really born in February of 2004 at the Susitna 100 winter endurance race in Alaska. Pushing their “fat bikes” equipped with uber-wide 44mm Snowcat rims through the night, Bill Fleming and Jamey Stull forged a friendship that ultimately resulted in the founding of Chain Reaction Cycles in Anchorage, Alaska.
Taking their passion for winter cycling to the next level, they developed and produced the first aluminum fat bike, the 9:ZERO:7, named after the area code of Alaska. Bill and Jamey expanded the operation, and made it their goal to design and produce the best fat-tire bike frames, components, and gear for all the fat biking aficionados out there. They love ridin’ the fatties, and they hope to help you ride on snow, sand, and anything else you can think of! Read more about 9:ZERO:7