Is it twice the fun?
[Authors notes: On-One Bikes staff member Ross takes the more fun option to get to work...on the worlds first production 24" fat bike] Smaller rim diameter than the conventional 26 inch wheel Fatbike or mountain bike, but perhaps it is also more manageable for trail riding control and more of a daily appeal to the ride? Follow the trails to another quality adventure cycle option.
Let's compare 26 inch touring tires with Fat Bike tires...
With bikepacking setups, riders cut the equipment weight losing frame-mounted carrier racks and using strapped packs referred to Bikepacking.So adventure travel with Fat Bikes is an option, although there is additional weight factored into the frame and rim materials, tire dimensions and design (Fat bike tire replacements are expensive too). It's worth looking into for your adventure. Which setup works best for you depends on price, quality of components, your budget and destinations!