Internet Rummagings: How Long?! – Singletrack Magazine

Welcome back to my rummaging through the back room of the bike shop we call the Internet, there’s no real theme this month, just some cool shiny stuff, starting with… Runteli Bikes With the a literal translation of “Ravaged”, and being forged from steel in the frozen north of northern Finland (go much further north and you’ll start going south), you would expect these to be rugged and equipped for the snow. And of course you’d be right, they are, but what if you also want a long, low, slack enduro sled(ge)? Enter the Mörri which, language fans, translates literally as ‘Grump’. But this seems anything but miserable, more of a rowdy hooligan. With the 4130 Cro-mo frame, 64 degree head angle, 460mm reach and chainstays giving a 1270mm wheelbase for a ‘medium’, it certainly ticks the long and slack boxes for any bike, let alone a fat bike! Specification is workhorse but functional, with a Manitou Mastodon EXT 140mm fork up front, Deore 12 speed gears, Sunringle Mulefoot wheels in either 26” (with…


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