Foundry Cycles Tomahawk 27.5 Hardtail

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Product Description

The Tomahawk is our burly hardtail designed to do one thing: go fast on tight, twisty singletrack. It practically begs you to pedal harder and hit corners hot. The Tomahawk is designed around 27.5” wheels, a diameter which bridges the acceleration and flickability of 26” and the terrain smoothing approach angle of 29ers. In fact, it doesn’t just use 27.5” wheels, it is designed completely around them. It’s constructed of 40 ton carbon fiber, a material that allows an enormous range of control in tuning a frame to perform as intended. In the case of the Tomahawk, we made a bike that goes fast and lasts beyond the model year. The Tomahawk is stable but responsive.

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Tomahawk Trail Memorial - Traildoc haters and haters in general... take a hike!

Went for a ride late this afternoon. On my way up Schnebley I passed several trucks filled with CREC crews. I held back the urge to say something crass as they drove by waving at me cheerily... I knew where they were coming from. When I got above Merry Go Round I hiked up to the start of Tomahawk. ... Read More »

I Think I Died and Went to Heaven- I Got to Ride Tomahawk Two Days in a Row

Well these last two days have been pretty AMAZING. I thought last week riding with the Fins was as good as it could get. So last week helimech invited me to join him and the Phoenix boys on the Tomahawk ride. I felt privileged that those guys would think of inviting me on such an awesome ride. Ev ... Read More »

Anyone ride Maxxis Tomahawk 1.95 exception?

I'm thinking about getting a set because I can buy them for a good price. But I can't find any feedback on them yet. They aren't listed on the Maxxis Homepage. Are these tyres no longer built by Maxxis? Strange...:rolleyes:Read More »

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