FIRST LOOK: Otso Voytek

Blurring the line between fat bike and hardtail

(press release)

The Otso Voytek blurs the line between fat bike and hardtail. It has adjustable geometry, agile handling, a narrow Q factor, and it can seamlessly move from a fat 26” wheelset to a mountain 27.5” or 29” wheelset without missing a beat or sacrificing ride quality. Now the Voytek features new paint options and an updated fork with cargo mounts. This will be announced to the public on August 10.

The new fork for the Voytek was designed to have three mounts on either side and extra clearance for 26” x 5.4” tires, while maintaining similar lines and contours as the original Voytek fork. This is the first design change to the frame or fork since the Voytek was first released. Its extra mounts for cargo will be welcomed by Voytek riders on the Iditarod Trail Invitational, Tour Divide, and Arrowhead 135.

Four colorways are also new to the Voytek. A three-color scheme mixes tonal blends and high-contrast groupings. The four new colorways are Scarlet & Berry, Chartreuse & Olive, Black & Charcoal, and Aquamarine & Orange.

The Voytek was one of the first bikes launched by Otso Cycles when the company was formed in 2016. It quickly became known as a fat bike that has the nimble handling of a mountain bike. This performance-first versatility that makes the Voytek popular for racing also makes it a reliable bikepacking option for snowy overnighters and multi-day backcountry touring alike. It’s a bike that isn’t constrained to a season or weather—many Voytek owners have a fat wheelset for winter riding and a mountain bike wheelset to swap in for warmer months.

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