Rungu All Fat-Tire Bullfrog Trike

Feb 16, 2016

Category: Rides

Sometimes it’s good to be fat. Like at the gentlemen’s club when the hottest stripper is looking for the most comfortable lap to dance in. Or, when you’re a tire trying to traverse sand, snow, steps, and rocks.

That’s the case with these two fat-tired trikes by Rungu. The Juggernaut is meant for “floating” over the beach or snow-covered hills with its 26 x 4.7-inch tires. The Kilimanjaro is designed more so for the road or dirt with a rear fat tire and two 29 x 2.5-inch front tires in the front. Rungu says these trikes are not only ideal for taking you and your surfboard from parking to water’s edge, but they can also climb up short flights of steps and overcome obstacles up to 6” tall.  [Purchase]

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