Following best-selling big brother, bike maker will offer a £499 frame, fork, wheel and tyre kit, as well as £800 complete

On-One launch 24-inch wheeled Baby Fatty

On One has revealed a 24-inch fat bike, which is set to sell for £499 for a frame, fork, wheels and tyre set, allowing hobbyists to build their own.

Following on from On One’s fatty, which has sold over 500 units to date, the Baby Fatty will also be available as a complete package at £800, which will be made up of 24in wheels with a 4.0in tyre, fitted on a smaller 12in frame, with shorter and lower, geometry. A new unicrown fork is specced alongside a new 44mm headset, but all the same quality of manufacture that our full size Fatty has. Priced at around £800, the complete features the same CNC hubs, 6061 T6 hand welded frame and same SRAM X5 components as the original.

Designer Brant Richards said of the bike: "With more and more manufacturers getting on the Fat bike bandwagon in the last few weeks, at On-One we’re happy to be pushing ahead with new projects of our own. When the world seems to be dominated by people making bikes with slightly different tyre sizes, we thought we’d make a move in the right direction and open up a new area in the Fat bike market – with our 24in wheeled, 12in framed Baby Fatty."

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