Outside Magazine: Year in Review: The 11 Best Cycling Products of 2012

"02. SPEEDWAY CYCLES FATBACK - This was the year the fat bikes took to the mainstream, and though we've had plenty of fun on these hogs over the last few seasons, it is the Fatback from Anchorage, Alaska-based Speedway Cycles that has won us over for good. At just 27 pounds ...

Continue Reading Fatback Bikes – Outerbike Review

"The first thing that surprised me about this bike is that it’s not that heavy. It’s certainly no weight weenie XC race bike, but it feels very reasonable."

Continue Reading A Fatback Fat Bike Build, First Impressions

"When the FedEx truck pulled into my driveway I knew exactly what he was about to unload. Is it wrong that I watched the FedEx Tracking page like a hawk for two days while my frame made its way to Idaho from Anchorage, AK? I have been thinking about a new Fat Bike frame for ...

Continue Reading Tested: Fatback Ti

"At first glance, it resembles a bike that may be aboard the next mission to Mars. With its 4.7-inch tires and 90-mm-wide rims, Fatback’s well-refined contribution to the fat bike movement is sure to turn a few heads out on the snow-packed trails. With high-quality proprieta...

Continue Reading Speedway Cycles Fatback Fat Tire Bikes

"Fat bikes ruled the roost in Dirt Demo Vegas. These machines attracted the most attention and the fun factor was highest among the riders of these bikes. We met up Greg Matyas of Speedway Cycles and he revealed the keys to the rising popularity of these bikes. When designed...

Continue Reading Review: Fatback Aluminum

"Speedway Cycles in Anchorage, Alaska has been building Fatback bikes for about five years now. Titanium was the material of choice at first, but in an effort to bring a more affordable bike to the people, owner Greg Matyas introduced an aluminum-framed model. The Fatback Al...

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Alaska Dispatch: The Last Frontier for Fatback Ultra-Biking

“For years now, Fatback bike designer Greg Matyas of Anchorage has been telling everyone who will listen that fat-tired bikes aren’t just for riding in the snow, and this summer it appears a government agency not exactly known for innovation took his advice to heart.”

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