Fezzari launches three new alloy 130mm trail bikes

All three bikes priced at under $3000 and sold consumer direct

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Fezzari Cascade Peak

All three new 130mm trail can be run as 29ers or 27.5 plus.

Fezzari Bicycles, the Utah-based direct-to-consumer seller of mountain bikes and road bikes, has announced three new aluminum mountain bikes: the Cascade Peak, Abajo Peak, and Wiki Peak. All three utilize 130mm of rear travel and can be run as a 29er or 27.5+ set-up. And as usual, Fezzari builds every bike to a rider’s measurements, utilizing its 23-point custom setup.

“The goal was simple: create the best bikes we’ve ever built,” said Tyler Cloward, director of product at Fezzari. “The bikes had to be fast, they had to be fun, they had to inspire confidence, and they had to take the rider to places they’ve never been before.” Press play to learn more.

The heart and soul of these new bikes is what Fezzari is dubbing its new Tetra-Link suspension design combined with Fezzari’s GA-Link geometry. The Tetra-Link suspension, says Fezzari, has kinematics that have been refined to increase pedaling efficiency.

Fezzari says it’s also designed a very progressive suspension to give an incredibly plush ride. This leads to great small bump sensitivity while preserving mid-stroke support, they say. Additionally, the design is claimed to ensure the suspension stays active under braking, even through technical sections. Key angles include a 66.4-degree head angle, 75-degree seat angle, and 432mm chainstays.

Fezzari Cascade Peak

The Cascade Peak has internal cable routing for drivetrain, brakes, and dropper post (if you decide to upgrade from the stock rigid post).

Meanwhile, Fezzari’s GA-Link geometry allows you to adjust the geometry for 27.5+ or 29er wheels while maintaining a consistent bottom bracket height between the two platforms.

“These frames are the best we have ever built,” added Cloward. “They have better pedaling for optimal rider energy, smoother descending to instill confidence, and a more active, lively suspension design to provide the best experience. We’ve spent two years designing, riding, and manufacturing to bring these bikes to market. We know these are the best bikes we’ve ever built.”

Fezzari Abajo Peak

At under $2000, the new Fezzari Abajo Peak is a highly compelling proposition.

Like all Fezzari bikes, they are backed by Fezzari’s No Risk, Just Ride Guarantee, which includes a lifetime warranty and a 30-day Love It or Return It Policy. Here’s a rundown of pricing and spec for the new bikes.

Fezzari Cascade Peak

Cascade Peak
  • Drivetrain: SRAM GX Eagle Drivetrain
  • Fork: Fox Float 34 Performance Elite 140mm
  • Shock: Fox Float DPS
  • Brakes: SRAM Level T
  • Wheels: WTB Scraper i40
  • Price: $2999

Fezzari Abajo Peak

Abajo Peak
  • Drivetrain: Shimano SLX M7000
  • Fork: X Fusion McQueen RCP Fork 140mm
  • Shock: X Fusion 02 Pro RL
  • Brakes: SRAM Level
  • Wheels: WTB Scraper i35
  • Price: $1999

Fezzari Wiki Peak

Wiki Peak
  • Drivetrain: Shimano Deore M6000 1×10
  • Fork: Suntour XCR Air 130mm
  • Shock: Suntour Radion Air
  • Brakes: Shimano Hydraulic
  • Wheels: WTB Scraper i35
  • Price: $1599

Please visit www.fezzari.com to learn more.


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  • vern says:

    My take is that the value is really really good, If I were in market I definitely would look at the Cascade Peak Pro…in fact I would just click and buy..insane amount of value for 3400…..eagle, stans, fox,….good warranties……sort of wish I was in market, but I am content with my old bike still……………….
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    Fox Float 34, 29er fork, Performance Elite 3-Mode Fit4 damper, 140mm travel, 1.5 taper, 110x15mm boost thru axle
    Custom tuned Fox Float 3-Mode EVOL rear shock
    SRAM GX Eagle 1×12 drivetrain with 10-50t casette
    SRAM Level T Brakes with Centerline 180mm/160mm rotors
    Stan’s Flow Mk3 tubeless ready wheelset with Stan’s Neo Durasync hub
    Maxxis Minion DHF and DHR 29 x 2.3 Tubeless Ready tires
    Fox Transfer Performance Elite Dropper seat post with 1x lever remote
    Fezzari Charger 35mm alloy bar and stem
    Fezzari lock-on grips

  • P Bish says:

    Has anyone bought one of these lately? Reviews for this brand are non existent.

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