VooDoo Wazoo Fat Bike
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VooDoo Wazoo Fat BikeIf you want to have some serious outdoors fun, let us direct your attention to the VooDoo Wazoo Fat Bike. This beast is the perfect machine to power you through mud, snow, and sand thanks to its fat tyres and chunky frame. So much more than a novelty, the Wazoo boasts some serious spec that more than lives up to VooDoo's pedigree. Powered by a wide range of 16 speed Shimano Altus gears and huge 4-inch wide tyres, the Wazoo easily races up steep hills and fords muddy bogs, kicks up sand or eats up snow. When the fun must come to an end, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes easily bring the bike to a halt, no matter the weather. The Wazoo is the perfect addition to VooDoo's lineup as it characterises what the brand is all about: fun, some serious spec, and a handy helping of showmanship.
- Frame: Lightweight aluminium
- Forks: Rigid cromo for the best interaction with the trail
- Gears: Shimano 16 speed gears provide a great ratio for all types of riding
- Brakes: Shimano hydraulic brakes for fast and efficient stopping
- Wheels: Veerubber 26" x 4" tyres for off-road traction in mud, snow and sand
VooDoo Wazoo Fat Bike Extra Info
- FREE Local Store build
- FREE 6-week first service
- Pre-Delivery inspection + 22 point safety check
- OR get it delivered boxed for self- assembly
Height (Inch) Height (cm) Frame Size 5' 5" - 5' 10" 165 - 177 16" 5' 8" - 6' 1" 172 - 185 18" 5' 11" - 6' 3" 180 - 190 20" 6' 3" - 6' 5" 190 - 195 22"
Approximate Weight (KG): 16.5kg Brake Type: Hydraulic Disc Brakes Forks: Full chromoloy Frame Material: Alloy Gender: Unisex Number of Gears: 16 Pedals Included: Yes Suspension: Rigid Wheel Size: 26" Bottom Bracket: Sealed square taper 100/154mm Cassette/Freewheel: Shimano cs-hg31, 8 speed Chain: KMC 8 speed Chainset: Lasco 38/24T Front Brake: Shimano BR-M355 hydraulic disc brake Front Hub: Alloy black Front Mech: Shimano Deore M611 Gear Shifters: Shimano M310 8 speed Geometry: Fat Bike Adventure Grips: VooDoo Green Handlebars: VooDoo Headset: 1 1/8th ball cage Pedals: Wellgo alloy Quick Release Front Wheel: Yes Quick Release Rear Wheel: Yes Rear Brake: Shimano BR-M355 hydraulic disc brake Rear Hub: Alloy black Rear Mech: Shimano M310 Rims: Alloy black, 80mm wide Saddle: VooDoo Seatpost: VooDoo Stem: VooDoo Type: Fat Bikes Tyre Size: 26" x 4.00" Tyres: Veerubber Mission
VooDoo Wazoo Fat Bike is rated out of 5 by 22.Rated 5 out of 5 by Mark2017 from Looking for a Fat Bike ? Look no further !! I've had a `Voodoo Bantu for a number of years and it's never given me a minutes trouble so when I was looking to add a fat bike to my collection it was a no brainier to take a look at the Wazoo. I was a little wary about not having front suspension forks (like the Bantu) but that's not an issue at all. I'd read a lot about running on low tyre pressures on the fat bikes to absorb impacts such as logs,tree roots and anything else you may encounter. I'm running on about 12 psi as I use the bike solely for off roading in woods and mud etc and it's a doddle. The Wazoo takes it all in its stride with ease. It glides over obstacles with ease and you hardly feel a thing. The gears are slick and the brakes are a good quality and do the job very well.i thought it would be difficult to peddle but I couldn't have been more wrong. The bike is so light and responsive it's a joy to ride. There are a couple of fences and stiles that I have to lift the bike over and its not an issue at all.Very easy. Riding on the road with such low tyre pressure is very different to a normal bike.When you turn either way you will feel it pull in that direction which is kind of strange but it's because you have so much rubber on those huge tyres so I would advise anyone whose going to use one for road use for long periods to put more wind in those meaty tyres. As an off roader it's exactly what I was looking for. Very well built with good components,comfortable seat and cool graphics too. It sure puts a big smile on my face when I'm on the Wazoo and that's what it's all about isn't it...... A big shout out to Troy at the `Nuneaton branch too who couldn't have been more helpful. If you're thinking of a fat bike take a good look at the Wazoo....you won't be disappointed.Date published: 2017-02-03Rated 4 out of 5 by Nickname99999 from I'm not normally one for sub 2K bikes What can I say, I've not felt like this since I had my first go on a Raleigh Grifter at the tender age of 7! Instantly remove all of the politics surrounding cycling. My Cyclocross, TT and Road race bikes haven't had a look-in since. As for the actual Wazoo, when you put it up against the likes of The more expensive Charge Cooker and Genisis Caribou the saving can turn the Wazoo into a much lighter bike through switching to tubeless tyres & lighter seatpost, wider bars etc. But even if you instead spend the savings on energy bars there are components considerably higher quality than on either of the aforementioned bikes.Date published: 2017-01-13Rated 5 out of 5 by bikemonster from Fat fun Bought this bike on a whim as there was space in my fleet for a niche product.....there's always room for bikes. Unboxed it and set it up in my workshop without any issues. Tyre pressures were researched using internet forums etc and i finally landed at 10 psi front and rear. Kitted up and pointed the bike towards my local trails. First impressions were "what on earth have i bought this bike for". I continued along to my local wooded area and hit all the trails i normally would on my 27.5 bike. The bike isn't nimble, but equally isn't difficult to ride on technical trails. I was amazed at it's climbing ability, i just put it into its smallest gear and sat and spun the pedals whilst the huge tyres created loads of traction. After a while i realised i was on a budget fatbike having more fun than I'd had in ages on a mountain bike and was smiling from ear to ear and covered in mud. My only criticism of the bike would have to be the tyres which cope well on dry ground but are next to useless once you find some mud as the tread just fills up and you have 4" wide mud bands and zero traction. Fat bike tyres aren't cheap either.Date published: 2017-01-11Rated 5 out of 5 by rossihizzy46 from great bit off kit Great bit off kit been looking at fat bike and this one the best I've seen in this price range for £500 you get a good bike for price .why spend more when this does the jobDate published: 2017-01-10Rated 5 out of 5 by beefy1 from beefy bike ;) I haven't had a bike for a good 10 years! So after a lot of searching I saw it in Halfords and I decided on this beast! I am I big built person so I thought I'd try a stronger and chunky bike! What I really like is them 4.0" wide tyres, I have only taken it on the road so far but I love the sound of the howling tyres! This bike is some serious head turner, I was just walking out the shop with it and people stopped and looked! Overall this bike is an absolute beauty! Very smooth ride with no suspension, Such a wide range of gears which makes it easy to glide up hills, also the brakes are amazing! Also I am amazed by the weight of this bike!,yet it's also very big It's so easy to lift just with one hand! This is an awesome bike!Date published: 2017-01-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Flydrive from Best value money can buy Having been looking for a fat bike for a while, at first I didn't give the wazoo the time of day, but I am in the cycling trade as a mechanic with access to bikes with staff discount, I still couldn't buy a fat bike with the wazoo's specs at the price I paid at Halfords. I purchased it from Weymouth branch , the chap was very helpful and I got my 10% discount with British Cycling Membership. I am impressed with the bike, pleased to own it and looking forward to upgrading a few items. I would recommend. Now go and buy one and have some fun...,.I amDate published: 2017-01-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Skolly from voodoo wazoo Great price for a fat bike with decent spec-Really solid bike with smooth welds, Even the weight of the bike is good because the size of the wheels makes you think it will weigh a ton but the rims are drilled so nowhere near as heavy as you think! Really helps when the person you deal with knows what they are talking about-Tate from the Aintree store couldnt fault him and great customer service! All in all its a great purchase at a steal of a price!Date published: 2017-01-05Rated 5 out of 5 by Mikey48 from Awesome Bike! I wanted to get a new mountain style bike but wanted something a little different, something eye-catching. I saw somebody on one of these and liked the unusual look of it, so I went online and ordered it from Halfords. When I picked it up a few days later I was quite taken aback by how fat the wheels and tyres were, but not in a disappointed way. No, not at all. I got it home and the next day took it for its first spin. Now, I am used to riding mountain bikes; I had the Voodoo Hoodoo model and used it to cycle to work and back (15 miles each way), and before that I had a hybrid bike. This fat bike is quite different to ride. The first thing I noticed was the extra drag of the tyres due to their increased surface-to-road area; it does present a ride that requires just a little more effort on the old legs than a bike with normal tyres. Turning feels vary odd at first too as when you turn on a normal bike you can feel when you are on the edge of the tyres, whereas with these you don’t get that sensation – unless you really leaned it over, it’s an unusually sensation and I can’t describe it really. However, don’t let those two points deter you from getting one of these. They are vary comfortable and stable to ride indeed. The bike only has 16 gears as it has just two front cogs, but the lever system has the capacity for a third front cog to increase the number of gears to 24, which is what I plan to do as soon as I can. Saying that though, if I am honest I would probably be wasting money as with my Hoodoo, which has 27 gears, I rarely dropped it down from the largest of the three front cogs and so rarely used more than 9 of its total gears. I don’t use the bike off-roading so really the extra gears would be wasted on me. Unfortunately, Halfords did not sell mudguards that would fit this bike as in would cover the fatness of the tyres, but Amazon had some and I got them delivered and fitted them today. The brakes are hydraulic disc and really are good and effective. The bike is surprisingly light for its size (16.5 kg) and when you are riding it you don’t get the sensation of it being too heavy. I was able to carry it up a set of stairs in one hand. This build seems to be a good quality and I really like the black and green paint job, it really does look smart. The tyres say “tubeless ready” on them which I assume means that they can be used without innertubes, but I am not sure if you’d need to make some other adjustment to allow that capacity. This bike certainly turns heads and I often hear remarks such as “look at the size of those wheels!” from people as I cycle past them, and I keep getting stopped by teenage boys who want to have a closer look and a “let’s have a go!” So, do I recommend this bike? Yes!! It’s fun to ride and looks great. For teenagers and adults alike!Date published: 2017-01-03
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