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This Is What Happens When A World Class Cyclist ‘Joins’ The Fat Bike Craze… While Wearing A Fat Suit

One fat bike, one fat suit, and one of the funniest edits we've seen this year...

Some edits are big. Some edits are bad. And some edits are just pure, greasy fat. We’re talking 10 cheeseburgers with extra bacon kind of fat.

As far as those kinds of edits get, this amazing new release for Eddie Masters is just about as fat as it gets. It’s the fattest we’ve ever seen – and it’s absolutely hilarious.

Basically, the video sees Eddie get a fat suit on (well either that or he’s put on a hell of a lot of weight recently), do a few skits around fast food shops, then tell us in some wonderfully expressive language – along with matching examples from the trails – just why fat bikes are “here to stay.”

Eddie manages to perfectly demonstrate the increased balance available on a fat bike Photo: Vimeo/Screenshot
Eddie manages to perfectly demonstrate the increased balance available on a fat bike    Photo: Vimeo/Screenshot

As the Vimeo description reads: “Ed has taken a break from his #Enduro training to focus on what he feels is a more important and revolutionary type of cycling.

“He has fully committed his body and soul to the Fatbiking era and will continue to eat and train as much as he can until he stands on top of the box at the Fatbiking World Series.

“Ed is interested in hearing from the following companies in relation to sponsorship… McDonalds, Burger King, Carl’s Jr, Wendys and KFC.”

There’s not really too much more to say after that. The edit certainly does the talking for itself on this one…

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