Announced today, the new Panorama Torngat Ti is the Canadian brand’s first titanium fat bike, and they’re offering it with two spindle lengths for summer and winter applications. Check it out here…

Quebec-based Panorama Cycles launched in 2016 with a carbon fat bike, and they’ve always stayed true to their mission to design all-terrain adventure machines. Announced today, the new Panorama Torngat Ti is their first titanium fat bike and first model designed specifically to play nicely with two crank widths (Q-factor) for summer and winter use.

Panorama Torngat Ti
  • Panorama Torngat Ti
  • Panorama Torngat Ti

According to Panorama Cycles, the Torngat Ti offers three types of use: as a fat bike with a standard fat bike crank (205mm Q-factor) and 27.5 x 4.5″ tires, as a fat bike with 27.5 x 4″ tires and a more ergonomic 185mm Q-factor, and as an hardtail mountain bike with 27.5 x 4″ or 29 x 3″ tires and a 185mm Q-factor crankset. Panorama will be selling the Torngat Ti with a Race Face Cinch crankset including the two spindle lengths, so the customer will be able to swap the Q-factor (distance between the crank arms) based on their tire choice and personal preference.

Panorama Torngat Ti

“The challenge with this bike design was to have enough clearance for the widest tires on the market, but also to fit a narrow Q-factor crank,” explained by Simon Bergeon, founder of Panorama Cycles. He continued, “The bottom bracket area, the rear wheel spacing, and the shaping of the chainstays and seatstays were the key design elements to make this happen. The Torngat Ti is possibly the only fatbike on the market that offers two spindle lengths, so our customers can adjust the Q-factor on their bike based on their tire choice. All in all, this was a challenging design, but the outcome is making us very excited.”

Torngat Ti Specs

  • Sliding rear dropouts
  • Split seat stay for belt drive
  • Internal dropper post routing
  • Post brake mount
  • Rear rack mounts, top tube mounts, downtube mounts
  • PF107 Bottom Bracket
  • Carbon fork with three-pack mounts
  • 12 x 177mm rear hub spacing / 12 x 150mm front

As far as geometry goes, the Torngat Ti has a 67.5° head tube angle, 74.5° seat tube angle, 450-465mm chainstays, 70mm bottom bracket drop, and a wheelbase between 1127mm and 1182mm, depending on the size. It’s nearly identical to the steel Torngat that Panorama Cycles released in 2019. It’s offered in just three frame sizes (small, medium, and large), and all complete builds comes equipped with a dropper post, 12-speed drivetrain, Race Face and Ritchey touch points, hydraulic SRAM brakes, and your choice of wheels and tires.

  • Panorama Torngat Ti
  • Panorama Torngat Ti
Panorama Torngat Ti

The price for the frameset with a carbon fork is $3,599 CAD, and the complete bike starts at $5,594 CAD. The Torngat Ti is available for pre-sale as of today through their network of retailers and via their website at

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