Fezzari had their entire lineup of 2014 bicycles on display at Bike PressCamp. We highlight the all new Timp Peak and Solitude 29 here. We had a sneak peek at the Timp Peak during the Sea Otter Classic and it has been upgraded since that time and will now come with a dropper post including internal cable routing in the carbon frame for the post. It still comes with an amazing price tag.
In this video, Tyler Cloward from Fezzari gives us some detailed info about both the Timp Peak and the Solitude.
Fezzari Timp Peak – carbon all mountain with 27.5″ wheels, 150mm travel
Features of the Timp Peak frame are:
- 4.9lb frame weight
- All carbon – including rear triangle and rocker link
- 142×12 rear axle
- Internal cable routing for shifters, rear brake or dropper post
- Shimano press fit BB
- Tapered headtube
- 67 degree headtube, 73 degree seat tube
- 13” BB height (with 150mm fork)
- 23 point custom setup
- internal cable routing including dropper post
Available in many different build options. The spec shown here includes the Fox 34 Talas 150mm fork with Kashima coat and remote, Fox Float CTD shock with Kashima coat and lock-out remote, Full Shimano XT with XTR rear derailleur, RockShox Reverb dropoper post, and Reynolds new Carbon 27.5 AM wheels.
Price including the custom 23 point bike setup is $5399.
Fezzari Solitude 29 – carbon 29er hardtail race bike
The Solitude was previously available as a 26″ wheeled bike, now becomes even better as a 29er. Fezzari says they built it to be, “laterally stiff, but won’t beat you up.” They have received great feedback from endurance racers testing this platform. Fezzari borrowed from their experience with carbon road bikes as far as carbon layup and things like the BB shell design and chainstay/seatstay designs.
The Solitude 29 shown here is a “mid-level” build with full Shimano XT drivetrain and brakes and Fox Float CTD fork with a weight of about 22lbs and has an MSRP of $2999.
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More information about the 2014 lineup from Fezzari is coming to their website soon. Be sure to check for the news at: http://www.fezzari.com