Grammo Introduces 650b and 29er Full Suspension Bikes At Sea Otter

27.5 29er News Sea Otter Classic

Grammo's New Tere Full-Suspension Carbon Fiber 29er.

New Zealand bike maker Grammo was showing off their first full-suspension frames at Sea Otter. They’re calling the carbon fiber frames Tere, which means “fast,” in Maori. The Tere will be available in 29-inch (above) and 650b versions (below), both of which will have 100mm of travel and sell for just $1499.

New Grammo Tere 650b Full-Suspension Carbon Fiber Frameset

Grammo is also introducing a new 650b hardtail. It’s called the Pako, which means “little explosion” in Maori. It’s seen here sporting Grammo’s new 650b carbon wheelset. It will be joining the Toa (Maori for “warrior”), their 19-inch hardtail, seen below the Pako, with Grammo’s 29-inch carbon fiber wheelset.

New Grammo Pako 650b Hardtail Bike

Grammo Toa 29er Carbon Hardtail

To learn more, visit the Grammo bikes Web site.

Grammo Introduces 650b and 29er Full Suspension Bikes At Sea Otter Gallery
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New Grammo 650b Carbon Fiber Wheels
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New Grammo 650b Carbon Fiber Wheels

Grammo 650b Hardtail Frame With Production Paint
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Grammo 650b Hardtail Frame With Production Paint

Grammo Carbon Fiber 29-Inch Wheels
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Grammo Carbon Fiber 29-Inch Wheels

New Grammo Tere 650b Full-Suspension Carbon Fiber Frameset
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New Grammo Tere 650b Full-Suspension Carbon Fiber Frameset

New Grammo Pako 650b Hardtail Bike
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New Grammo Pako 650b Hardtail Bike

Grammo Toa 29er Carbon Hardtail
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Grammo Toa 29er Carbon Hardtail

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Grammo's "Toa" 29-inch Carbon Fiber Hardtail Bike

Grammo Pako 650b Carbon Fiber Hardtail
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Grammo Pako 650b Carbon Fiber Hardtail

Grammo's First Full-Suspension Bike - The Tere
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Grammo's First Full-Suspension Bike - The Tere

Grammo's New Tere Full-Suspension Carbon Fiber 29er.
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Grammo's New Tere Full-Suspension Carbon Fiber 29er.

About the author: John Shafer

John Shafer, a.k.a. Photo-John, is a photographer, cyclist, skier and general outdoor lover. He’s happiest when he’s on his bike or skis, taking pictures in the backcountry. He’s been on the Mtbr team since 1999 running PhotographyREVIEW.com as well as contributing photos and articles on Mtbr. John has been taking pictures since college and believes everyone can be a good photographer if they just learn a few simple rules. He loves big mountains, rocky singletrack, powder days, 6-inch trail bikes, coffee and tacos. Look for him pushing his bike uphill, carrying an inappropriate amount of camera gear in an overloaded backpack.


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