11" x 14" & 18" x 24"
100lb white paper stock
This is an open edition (prints are signed and dated)
Note: colors on-screen may vary slightly on actual print
Fat bikes came on to the cycling scene around 2004 or so (as far as I know). Surly Bikes released the Pugsley, a over-sized mountain bike that used regular mountain bike parts, but huge tires, that only fit into the frame of the bike because it was designed to accommodate such crazy wheels, for the time. Now fat bikes are seen all over and have advanced the technology so far that you can take your fatty just about anywhere.
This print was inspired by the first fat bikes, and the fun it is to ride them in any condition, anywhere you want to. Freedom! I pictured myself riding mine through a birch forest and exploring new trails and other surprises along the way. Just ask the cardinal. Ride on!
*Framed screen prints ship 5 business days from order date.
**Outside frame dimensions are 13”x16”
Screen Prints are professionally framed in Northern Minnesota. This solid wood frame with a black veneer is backed with acid free foam core. The screen print is protected from fading using Conservation Glass which blocks harmful UV rays. Sent complete with wire to hang, the entire back of the frame is paper sealed to keep dust and grime out. Thanks to our Partners at FrameUp!