Catalog model poses with Fit 22

The sneak peeks and teases are over because the new Fit Twenty-Two is out!

FitbikeCo just released their 2019 Catalog that goes into all the specs and details of the new 22″ with some cool riding shots to accompany all the technical information.

What’s even cooler is that the S&M/Fit product team put together a “behind the scenes” video to give some more background into the thinking behind the bikes and how they are presented.

I grabbed a couple screen shots of Chris Moeller  — for your viewing pleasure — who ended up being the “catalog model” for the Fit Twenty-Two bike (you’ll learn why in the video).

Definitely something worthwhile to check out.

Have a peek below.

 

BF on the BF22

Brian Foster busted out the 2018 FitBikeCo BF22 on his Instagram today and shared some of his thoughts on the bike after spending the day shredding it.

 I can see taller riders and older dudes that don’t get  out as much as they used to but still want to cut loose really being into this. It is super comfortable and a little more forgiving than a traditional 20 inch.

Sounds good to me.

Now, let’s check him out shreddin’ it:

 

BF22: back in black for 2018

Fitbikeco’s BF22 is returning to the Fit lineup for the 2018 model year.

This time it’s back in trans black with a full (yes!) cro-mo frame.

Chris Moeller dropped a teaser pic of it the other day…and boy, does it ever look nice!

It seemed that the only “complaint” with the BF22 last year was the frame not being full cro-mo…with that addressed, Fit just made a good complete bike even better.

Which is good timing given that with so many new (and updated) 22s hitting the market… bike buyers are going to have a lot of choice…and bike companies can’t be seen as not offering the best bang for the buck.

Fit Hoodbird frame: tall & steep

Morgan Long’s new signature frame lives up to it’s tall and steep billing with a 9.5” stand-over and a 5” head tube (that’s .375” taller than normal).

In fact, the Hoodbird with a 75.75 degree head angle is the tallest and steepest frame Fit Bikes has made to date.

It’s also built strong (in America) with a Supertherm front end, double gussets and 6mm dropouts…so it can take beating regardless of what hood you’re in (or what terrain you’re riding).

All of which adds up to a great frame if you’re looking for a tall, fast steering and strong ride.

Take a peek at Morgan Long putting it through its paces.

It looks like its ready for anything.

Check out the Fitbikeco site for all the specs.