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Otso Voytek gets a fresh look and new builds for upcoming fat bike / plus bike season

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Is it a plus bike that can run fat bike tires? A fat bike that also excels as a plus bike? If you’re talking about the Otso Voytek, the answer is yes. Ever since the release of Otso’s first fat bike, the Voytek has been leading the way as an extremely versatile fat bike with a narrow q-factor and adjustable dropouts. The result is a bike that can run up to 4.6″ fat bike tires, yet also run all sizes of plus bike tires with the ability to adjust the bottom bracket height by up to 4mm and chainstay length by 20mm to dial in the handling.

Plus or Fat, you choose.
Tuning Chip 177 x 12mm dropouts offer three axle positions with up to 4mm of BB height adjustment, and 20mm of chainstay length adjustment.

Now, while the frame hasn’t changed, the Voytek is getting a big change in looks and build options. Using a two tone design with a horizontal color split, the new Voytek rides in on a new look for Otso.

Offered in four colors, you have the choice of three brighter colors with a white base, or the more muted Matte Slate/Gray combination. Note that with the exception of the Gloss Blue/White version, all other colors use a matte finish.

Complete builds include Race Face cranks with the Wolf Tooth Components CAMO chainring system for the PF107 bottom bracket with a 183-188mm Q-factor.
Race Face components are used for the cockpit as well.
Shimano SLX 1×12 drivetrain is standard on the entry level build.

Build kits have also been updated with the base $3,400 build getting an upgrade to 1×12 Shimano SLX with a 10-51t cassette. There are also upgrade options for Shimano XT & XTR 12 speed, and SRAM’s 12 speed Eagle NX, GX, and AXS XX1 groups as well. Everything can be configured through the Otso custom bike configurator including wheel and tire size, to build the Voytek of your dreams. Already have most of the parts? A Frankset (frame, fork, axles, headset, seat post clamp, crankset, and BB is also available starting at $2,299.


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King County
King County
4 years ago

i am not in the market for a fattie now, but this would be the one I’d get. Being a dull guy, I love the dark color-way and features.

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