Oh, the things you can do on a KHS Four Season Fat Bike
Roadbikerwview.com wrote up a great article featuring the 2014 CX-100 and CX-300 models. Click the link to below to see the full article.
Here is a recent acquisition from the internet. A KHS John Howard Signature Triathlon Pro from 1987. This was a $499 bicycle in its day. At about 23 lbs., it came with all the latest Shimano technology available. 6-Speed SIS Shimano Index Shifting, Bio-Pace chainrings and SLR Aero brake levers. The bicycle was also spec’d with an alloy quill stem and alloy pedals. Clipless pedals were just starting to take over the market but total domination from Look/Time/Mavic/Shimano was still a few years away.
Here is the KHS sixfifty606 test to appear in the August 22010 issue of Mountain Bike Action.
MBA had tested 3 KHS models with 3 different wheels sizes (26″, 27.5″/650b and 29″) in a recent issue and received so many comments they decided to run a more in-depth test of the new sixfifty606 model. Check it out at