Video: 2014 Fezzari Timp Peak and Nebo Peak 27.5

27.5 Enduro

And here is some insight on the build process at Fezzari headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah

Fezzari also showed as the Nebo Peak 650b/27.5 bike

  • Sub 6-pound alloy frame with 140mm of travel
  • 67.5-degree head angle, 72.5-degree seat tube angle
  • 142x12mm rear axle
  • Tapered head tube
  • Sealed bearing pivots
  • Hydro formed tubing with smooth welding
  • Lower standover height than the Nebo 26er by 1.7- inches
  • 140mm Fox TALAS Evolution Fork with remote
  • Fox Float Evolution rear shock with remote.
  • Full SRAM X9 2×10 drivetrain
  • No Tubes Flow EX 27.5 wheels

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    • Izzy says:

      Ummm… the 1st two photos are of the Nebo Peak…?
      A 12.5″ BB height on a 150-mm travel bike is going to result in a lot of pedal strikes.

    • Jon says:

      When will these be available?

    • Mountain says:

      @Izzy 13″ BB with a 150mm fork.

      #corrections Probably meant a Fox 34 Talas, not 24.

      It’s a decent looking single-pivot. The name just makes it sound like a cheap bike, as if they were trying to copy Ferrari. Probably just the guy’s name or something, but I can’t help getting that impression. The price isn’t bad for kashima, xt/xtr, reverb and carbon wheels though, almost like getting the frame for free if these end up marked down.

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