Laura’s has a couple of steel Meriwether’s – one blue fatbike made several years ago with a custom rigid fork, and a 27.5+ MTB in a sparkly pink & leopard outfit. This new fatbike replaces the blue one and as you can see she upped her game asking for a reproduction of the OG Rhygin rasta paint job. Dark Matter Finishing did a stellar job on the execution. Built by Double-down bike shop in Moab, it was the first bike built in their first week opening after a winter siesta. This bike has an updated geometry which is longer and slacker than her blue fatbike, and to help with Moab rocks has a 120mm Manitou Mastodon Pro Ext fork. All tubes were bent in house to get fork crown clearance, lower standover, and shorter chainstays with 26×5″ tires. Other parts include a carbon Fatback Big Su wheelset, Fox Transfer 150 internal dropper post, Industry Nine stem, Meriwether single-Sweeper Ti bars, Cane Creek Hellbender BB and headset, Shimano XT brakes, and SRAM GX Eagle shifters, cranks, and cassette. More photos can be found of the bike in the wild over at the @Soulrungear instagram feed!