4" Wide Fat Tires For An Ultra-Smooth Ride
Since the response to the Global Pandemic in mid-March, bicycle demand has increased significantly as it is an outdoor activity and one of the few things that people across the country could enjoy during this time in human history.
We have sold out of many of our models, and we are currently offering an option to "Pre-Order" incoming inventory from our factories. This is a program we have employed so that riders who truly are looking for a new bicycle to ride during these historic times.
HOW PRE-ORDERING A BICYCLE WORKS
In the most basic sense, it is a reservation on future inventory yet to be ready for sale to riders. On the product page of the bike you wish to order, you will either see a button to "Notify Me When In Stock" or to "Pre-Order" the bicycle. If the "Add To Cart" or "Buy It Now" buttons are active, your bike is in immediate stock and will usually ship within 3-5 business days.
If the "Notify Me When In Stock" button is present, this means that we do not have reliable delivery dates available, so we don't make the promise that we will ship on a specific date, when in fact we do not have verification that it will. The best thing to do is to sign up for the email notification when it is shown on the product page of the bicycle you would like to order.
Please note, when you receive a stock notification, it may very well be a notice that "Pre-Order" is now available for the specific bicycle you are interested in.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the complexity of international logistics, and the number of suppliers that provide all the materials to build and manufacture our bicycles, shipping delivery times are subject to change. With the global Pandemic added to the situation, it makes delivery dates dificult to predict. We will email you updates and expected shipping date changes if we experience any during the time of your pre-order.
In the Barrel looks tough and rides sweet. With a sturdy ergonomic frame, balloon tires and comfortable saddle you’ll glide across any surface. Bring it to the beach or beach-up your neighborhood; either way you’ll know the rush and peace of the perfect ride.
- Ergonomic frame with modern lines
- Ultra smooth 4” semi-slick Fat Tires
- Ideal for casual to uptempo rides across various types of terrain
- Not intended for aggressive off-road, steep hill climbing, or high-speed rides
|Weight Range||Up to 300lbs|
|Height Range||5' - 6'4"|
|Arm Length||Average, Long|
|Leg Length||Average, Long|
|Ride Frequency||Daily / Once a Week / Once a Month|
|Riding Surface||Paved Surfaces / Trails|
|Distance||8 - 15 Miles|
|Body Pain||Good for Riders with Knee Pain|
|Frame||Frame Material: Steel Size: 18" Frame Style: Top Tube Dropout: 3/8” Threading Dropout Style: Stamped with Hanger Dropout Mounts Included: Rear Rack Mounts Rear Fender Mounts|
|Fork||Fork Material: Steel Standard Fork|
Drop Out: 3/8" Threading Axle (15mm Bolt)
|Headset||Diameter: 22.2mm Material: Steel|
|Wheels||Rim Material: Alloy Size: 26" Spoke Count: 36 Spoke Thickness: 14G Hub Material: Alloy Attachment Type: Front - 3/8" Threading Axle (15mm Bolt) Rear - 3/8" Threading Axle (15mm Bolt)|
|Tires||Size: 26”x4” Tread: SemiSlick Tread Style: Black Wall|
|Chain||Size: 1/2″×1/8″ Links: 104|
|Cassette||Brand: Shimano Teeth Count: 18|
|Crankset||Crank Material: Steel Crank Arm Length: 170mm or 6.7"in Teeth Count: 40|
|Bottom Bracket||Model: Steel Size: 68 x 118mm|
|Pedal Size||1/2" Thread|
|Weight||46.9 Lbs. Assembled|
- ! Measured In Inches From Ground
- A Top Tube Height: 34”
- B Seat Tube Height: 29”
- C Seat Max Height: 40”
- D Handlebar Stem Height: 42”
- E Bottom Tube Length: 24”
- F Rear Wheel Arm Length: 19”
- G Front Wheel Hub Height: 13”
- I Bottom Bracket Height: 11”
- J Wheelbase J to G: 46
- K Stand-over Height: 27”
- L Top Tube Length: 21”
- M Front Fork Length: 16”
or a cruise down to the beach.
keep you riding easy all day long.
- 4-Inch Wide Semi-Slick Cruiser Tires
- Single Speed
- Large Frame
- Comfort Seat
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Hello, I'm very interested in acquiring one of your bikes but can't seem to pick which one of your line would best suit me. I have narrowed it down to the following three: 1) EVRYJourney 2) BodyEase 3) In the Barrel Fat Tire Here is my criteria: - I am a heavy guy. 46 years old. Just under 5' 8" and close to 280 lbs - Comfort comes first before anything. While I love the ergonemtic styling that allows for flat feet when stopped and eextended seat while riding, as well as the handle bar design for relaxed arms, the MOST important thing for me is maximum/longest comfort for the seat bone. I don't want to have to resort to padded bike shorts or towels on the seat if I can find a seat that can give me longest and maximum comfort. However, I'm also open to the fact that you may not feel the standard seat should be the dealbreaker when choosing a model if there may be aftermarket saddles you could recommend that maybe more specialized in giving me the ultimate comfort. I'm okay spending the extra money to achieve this. However, if you feel that the standard saddle on any of these models can already achieve the same, all the better. 3) THe purpose of riding this bike is mainly with the wife and small kids in our residential neighborhoods, as well as some of the available trails in parks/conservation areas close to home. So vast majority is paved, with some hard packed dirt or gravel. 4) These roads and trails may have some uphill riding, but nothing too stringent. So it would be great if you could also recommend the number of speed options would need. 5) Speed is not important. However, it would be great to be able to ride for as long as 2 or 3 hours (if I wanted to) without any seat bone discomfort. While I want to lose some bodyweight, another ideal factor for the chosen model would be for durability, longevity and minimal maintenance. Hopefully I gave given you enough info to work with in order for you to recommend me the best option. Also, do you have any dealers in Canada that can allow me to purchase a bike pre assembled, so I wouldn't have to pay any hefty shipping charges? I know these sell on Amazon (and I have a prime account), but I doubt that they can be purchased pre assembled. Any info you can provide would be great. Thanks
Hi Samy, I received your message, I wanted to respond to you directly and give you as much guidance as I can with your bike selection. The Men's Body Ease 21 Speed is going to be your best choice, based on all of your criteria. As far as comfort, ability to ride on the surfaces you mention, and the time before the seat becomes uncomfortable, it's a solid choice. The seat - this is the most difficult recommendation to make, as everyone has a different seat bone. The seat we chose for the Body Ease is very soft and has a suspension spring in the seat post for added absorption from bumps in the road. That being said, I still cannot guarantee that it will be 'perfect' for you. The seat can easily be replaced, and some great comfortable seats I know of would be the Cloud9 brand. Follow this link: https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=Cloud+9+seat&i=sporting&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 They don't get better than these, and this one in particular I believe is the best for men with our stature (I'm 5'10'' 225lbs). https://www.amazon.ca/Large-Sofa-Gel-Comfort-Seat/dp/B000TD24VG/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=Cloud+9+seat&qid=1567705313&s=sports&sr=1-4 As for Canadian dealers, unfortunately, we do not have any other than Amazon.ca. Assembly is very easy for this model. All you will need to do is mount the front wheel, pedals, handlebar, and seat.
If you need to have it assembled, taking it to a local bike shop for assembly would be your best bet. I hope this information helps with your decision, I also sent this message directly to you, so feel free to keep the conversation going if you have any other questions.
Does this fat tire bike come with as a 7 speed?
Currently, we only have single speeds available for the Fat Tire In The Barrel model.
We will have a 7-speed model available in the future, hopefully before Christmas time.
Thank you, and please let us know if you have any other questions.
Is the frame for the barrel and barrel fat tire this same size? I have a regular barrel. Can I purchase the wheels and tires separately?
Hello, and thank you for your inquiry.
The geometry frames are much different from one another, unfortunately, you can't just buy wheels of this size and install them on the existing In The barrel models.
We're not selling the wheels and parts separately at this time.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
What is the rider weight limit on this bike?
The Frame for this bike has a 300 lb. weight capacity.
Thank you, and please let us know if you have any other questions.