Fezzari Wasatch Peak 29er Hardtail

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MSRP : $919.00

Product Description

With an all new look and an exceptional frame, the Wasatch Peak is one of Fezzari's most popular cross country bikes. The larger diameter 29-inch wheel, compared to the standard 26-inch, climb over bigger rocks, roll faster, and offer more flotation through mud and sand.

Just ride the Wasatch Peak and you will notice the difference in the cornering, climbing and descending that you wouldn't expect from a 29er. The Wasatch Peak just does it better. The attention to detail and perfected geometry, make the Wasatch Peak second to none. Pair the superior Fezzari Racing Design F29A frame with a great set of SRAM components and Avid hydraulic disc brakes and you have a 29er hardtail that is ready to tackle the terrain ahead of you. Who will enjoy this bike? Moderate riders and those doing more climbing. With the Wasatch Peak, you’ve got everything you need to tackle all the trails.


  • Fezzari Racing Design F29A frame for 29er wheels
  • Hydroformed alloy tubing
  • Single pass smooth welding for added strength and a clean finish
  • VersaLink rear dropout allows the bike to be setup with single speed gearing
  • Diamond shape downtube for stiffness and power transfer
  • Frame defense technology with replaceable derailleur hanger for years of riding

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