Gravity Bullseye Monster
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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on this bike. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
18 reasons to buy
- Many experts named the Bullseye as the best-value, entry-level fatbike.
- The Bullseye exhibited superior flotation on snow and mud.
- Project enthusiasts said that the Bullseye was a good basis for projects and continued upgrades.
- The SRAM 2x8 drivetrain operated smoothly, in conjunction with a Shimano Cassette.
- 80mm rims were sturdy and allowed for mounting of fat tires at low pressures.
- Owners said that the Bullseye was durable after extended use.
- Handling and ride quality were described as ‘supple’ and impressed in varied terrain.
- The Bullseye was a versatile machine, playing well in mud, snow and rough trails.
- From many reports, this bike delivered a fun ride.
- Riders complimented the Bullseye’s ability on climbs.
- For a fatbike, this behemoth struck cyclists as a fast ride.
- 4” Vee Rubber Mission tires were of ample width and gripped well.
- Sizing is available to suit riders from 5 foot to 6”6’.
- Commuters found this bike capable through snow.
- A bash-guard comes equipped as stock.
- One expert found the stock WTB saddle to be quite agreeable.
- Assembly was described as ‘super-easy’, by one expert.
- Experts and users rated the frame highly for being lightweight and well-built, with good welds and a contemporary style.
7 reasons not to buy
- For some buyers, both wheels needed truing before being rideable.
- The Bullseye required extensive tuning before riding.
- Some components warranted upgrades, especially the handlebar, stem and pedals.
- Disc brakes worked well, but were underpowered for the Bullseye’s weight.
- Tires and rims were not tubeless-ready. Vee Missions were said to underperform in snow.
- Tubes and tires were tough but heavy.
- A non-tapered head-tube limited fork upgrade options.
Expert Reviews0/100 based on 0 expert reviews
Gravity Bullseye Monster Fat Bike – First Ride
It took to me to places that would have swallowed up my other bikes. I rode through mud, mangrove swamps and flooded forests. If you’re in the market for an inexpensive fatbike, this one won’t disappoint.
Gravity Bullseye Fat Tire Bike Review
Overall its a decent bike. Entry level definitely, but good enough for light duty trails and general exploring.
Gravity Bullseye Monster Review
All in all, this is a mountain bike that gives tons of extra traction and I really enjoyed myself.
Winter Fat Bike Project
I found the Gravity Bullseye Monster to be the best value as a base for my project bike. Because the initial price is so low, if any parts break or wear out, they can be replaced easily enough.
Gravity Bullseye Monster Fat Bike
I’ve done some brief trail riding with some drops and climbs, and the bike is performing beautifully. Thus far, I am very pleased with the purchase.