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Wyatt bikes

Postby Nitrochazz » Wed Apr 08, 2015 5:44 pm

Anyone have or heard of wyatt bicycle Co. Out of Wisconsin? Only been around since 2011 but they have an awesome looking fat bike! USA made Aluminum frames.hand built.light weight and reasonable prices. Very interesting!
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Re: Wyatt bikes

Postby cole.robinson.543 » Wed Apr 08, 2015 6:35 pm

They sell a fixie wheelset with sealed bearing hubs for $150.00. That price seems really low to me. I just built a sealed mtb wheelset using the cheapest i could find on ebay and it still cost me close to $300
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Re: Wyatt bikes

Postby Nitrochazz » Thu Apr 09, 2015 2:52 pm

Yeah. Looks like they do a lot of fixie stuff. Not my style. The driftless fatty looked OK to me.. I'm just a fan of non Corp. Little guy stuff. And they claim frames are handmade in USA.
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Re: Wyatt bikes

Postby d_J » Mon Jun 15, 2015 5:26 pm

I purchased a Wyatt Driftless fat bike last winter and I love it. I purchased it with the 1x10 wheels to keep cost down and the price was one of the reasons I went with the Wyatt. I wasn't disappointed at all, the bike looks and rides great. The frame is made in Oregon, so it is mostly a U.S. made bike.
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Re: Wyatt bikes

Postby Renaldow » Mon Jun 15, 2015 6:19 pm

cole.robinson.543 wrote:They sell a fixie wheelset with sealed bearing hubs for $150.00. That price seems really low to me. I just built a sealed mtb wheelset using the cheapest i could find on ebay and it still cost me close to $300


$100-150 is pretty standard for fixie wheel sets. There's not much to them.

Wyatt bikes are assembled in the US, I'm not sure that the frames are made in the US though, at least for the fixies. They're good bikes, the only complaint I've heard about them is the price.
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