Friday, March 28, 2014

2014 KHS 4 Season 1000 Fat Bike Review — Full Spec List

The best priced fat bike on the market today. Alloy frame and alloy parts with disc brakes make this one hard to beat.



The 2014 KHS 4 Season 1000 Fat Bike mountain bikes are designed around a 4″ width tire that runs at ridiculously low pressure, helping you float over snow, ice, sand, and loose terrain. These bikes aren’t just for winter; many people use them for all sorts of offroad riding year round.

Both models (1000 and 3000) are based on a 6061 aluminum frame, chromoly fork, and 26 x 4.0″ tires.  The Four Season 1000 is a 2×9 speed drivetrain with SRAM X5 and X7 components, and Tektro disc brakes.

Full Spec List

Frame: Alloy 6061 w/custom formed TT, w/replaceable derailleur hanger
Fork: CrMo Straight blade
Headset: VP-A42E Zero Stack
Rims: Weinmann HL80, Double wall, No holes, 26x32H
Hubs (F/R): Alloy Disc, QR, RR: Cassette
Tires: Innova Spider, 26x4.0
Spokes: 14G stainless, 32x32
Derailleur Front: Sram X7
Derailleur Rear: Sram X5
Shifters: Sram X5 Trigger
Chain KMC X9 W/missing link
Crankset: Samox, 36x22
BB: Samox
Cassette: Sram PG950 11/24 9-speed
Pedals: VP 530 Platform with alloy body
Seatpost: Promax Alloy with micro-adjust 31.6x350mm
Saddle: Velo
Handlebar: Kalloy Alloy 31.8x700mm 9 degree
Stem: Alloy Ahead 31.8 O/S
Handlebar Tape/Grip: Q2 Lock on
Brake Levers: Tektro Novela
Brakes: Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc (F) 180mm ® 160mm rotors
Color: Red, Green
Frame Size: 15, 17, 19, 21

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Brantley SmithAbout Me
Hello, I am Brantley Smith and have been riding road and mountain bikes since the mid 90's. I previously worked here at Ride-A-Bike from mid-97 to mid-2000 doing repairs and other duties around the shop. I attended Wester Carolina University and graduated in 2004 with a computer information systems degree. Add my to your circles.