Brodie Bigshot, Not just for snow, trail ride it all year or use on sandy loose conditions in the summer. Deep back-country shenanigans are a cinch for year round riding in literally any conditions. The Bigshot is the quintessential fatbike for all your truly fat tire fun or work on the snow, ice, sand or dirt. Brodie Bigshot, part of the #Hardtailnation.
Who is the bigshot for ?
FatBike. Winter Commuter, 1X-10
For the person who is more concerned with getting over stuff than how fast they go. 'Stuff' like snow, sand, wet roots, mud. Or maybe someone who just wants to ride around in a monster truck, because… well because, … just in case!
The bigshot is for the Fat-biker, the back-country adventure seeker, sand-rider and any and all mountain bikers looking for more year round adventure.
Key Features and Specs :
Frame & Fork : 6061 Butted Aluminum
Handlebar : Race Face Evolve 750mm
Brakes : Shimano MT400 Hydraulic
Tires : Maxxis Colossus 26 x 4.8” Folding 120 TPI
Shifting : Shimano Deore 10 Speed 1X Shifter & Deore Rear Derailleur
Drivetrain : Race Face Aeffect 1X 26T Crankset, Shimano 10 Speed 11-36T Cassette
Traction and comfort
High volume tubeless ready tires will take you wherever you want to go, regardless of terrain. The 120 TPI casings are light weigh and durable with lots of room to play around with tire pressures for maximum grip for your conditions. Make the switch to tubeless to run even lower pressures and save even more weight.
Shimano & Raceface
The 10 speed Shimano transmission sets the standard for reliability and versatility with Deore rear derailleur and shifter. Shimano brakes provide consistent stopping power. Race Face 28T 1X Crank give you the get up and go with all the range you will need. A Race Face handlebar finishes off the cockpit nicely.
Lightweight 6061 alloy frame and fork, combined with 4.5” tires with 120 tpi casings contribute to overall weight reduction. Multiple frame and triple fork braze-ons for plenty of mounting options. 15mm Thru-Axles front and rear,
bigShot Fit Chart
Please note, as we are all a little different, the fit chart is a best guess estimate. Brodie highly recommends having a professional fit done at your local bike shop.