GRAVITY FAT SAPO 23
Customers who bought this product also bought:
Antenna mushing & bikejoring
NOTHING WILL PREVENT YOU FROM PRACTICING MUSHING ALL YEAR ROUND
The FAT SAPO mushing scooter is ideal for those who want to practice their favorite sport without worrying about the terrain conditions: snow, dirt, mud, sand, beach...
This mountain scooter with fat wheels not only allows you to tackle snow and mud but is also excellent for use in dry land conditions. This means you can enjoy your outings with friends on any type of terrain.
The new FAT SAPO model is equipped with an excellent 70mm travel fork, two powerful 203mm hydraulic brakes, a wide 740mm handlebar, a large deck, and huge 4.0" wheels. These features will allow you to fully enjoy all your adventures with two or more dogs, providing you with safety at all times. And it looks spectacular!
The frame is made of AL6061T6 aluminum built with oval and elliptical profiles to provide great strength.
If you are a professional musher or live in mountainous areas with frequent snowfall, the FAT SAPO is the perfect model for you. You won't have to worry about the terrain conditions because this scooter gives you the confidence and performance necessary to overcome any challenge.
FRAME: Aluminum 6061. Tapered head tube for semi-integrated headset 44x44 or tapered headsets. Rear dropout width 135mm.
FORK: RST GUIDE 26”. Travel 70mm.
BRAKES: TEKTRO Hydraulic disc brake Ø 160mm
WHEELS: Front: Ø 26" x 4.00. Rear: Ø 20" x 4.00
HANDLEBAR: Length 720mm, Ø 31.8.
GRIPS: Grips with double locking washers. With gel type rubber. Very comfortable, they reduce vibrations and have a very pleasant touch.
STEM: Adjustable length, Ø 31.8.
BOARD: Thermo-pressed Brittany beech wood with non-slip rubber surface. Wide wood profile, measurements in mm: 640 x 190 x 10 mm. It also includes an interior wood that gives elasticity and great resistance to the wood-frame assembly.
FRAME PROTECTION: 2mm aluminum protection for the bottom of the frame.
MUDGUARDS: Small aluminum mudguard to protect the rear wheel. Aluminum 2mm
Mushing 2-6 Dogs
Max. weight Rider
Frame not suitable for jumping
The board of FAT SAPO range is wide, allows a ride using all the body weight, this helps you to taking bends and to feeling a similar feel to that of board sports.
Board is made of laminated beech from Britain, hot forming to high pressure and using special glues for outdoors. The woods are polished, treated with fungicides against moisture and finally varnished. The wood is coated with a non-skid sandpaper, just like a skateboard, for a rider´s feet better grip. This leaves a completely smooth surface for the feet, without pieces of iron that end up hurting the rider´s feet and damaging the soles.
The inner board, which is not seen without disassembling the scooter, combined with the upper board and frame tubes provides the assembly a great strength. This sandwich system comprising the boards and frame is patented by Gravity Scooters and is another of our unique features.
NOVELTY! The new grip tape, the CreamGrip. The CreamGrip is made of “RUBBER”, so it is waterproof and easy to clean with a damp cloth.
In addition, for every CreamGrip tape sold, another will be donated to a community of skaters in developing regions that use skateboarding as a means of reintegrating people at risk of exclusion. You want to know more?
The FAT SAPO is made of 6061 aluminum
Manufactured with an aluminum alloy to silicon Al 6061 which undergoes heat treatments to increase the resistance properties to the level of the steel. They are manually TIG welded to ensure a perfect union of their parts.
Lightweight but without losing the best of a Gravity: control and good feeling. With a weight of 2.5Kg and the same geometry as the steel ones to mount the large Gravity board.
The protection plate that protects the entire lower part of the scooter.
Having a smooth plate along the entire length of the scooter allows us to lower the height at which our feet go and increase safety, good sensations and facilitates propulsion, without being afraid of getting caught in an obstacle or damaging the scooter.
In the first mountain outings it is normal to worry about the sound of scratching but the rider quickly gets used to it, appreciates going so low and learns to play with the plate.