Product DescriptionThe name says it all. The Big Sur 29er is a big bike, with big wheels, that is built for big guys. This Zinn bike is made with True Temper OX platinum cro-moly steel, which is the lightest and strongest steel material available for custom bicycles. Lennard Zinn designed the Big Sur to truly meet the needs of aggressive big and tall mountain bikers. A bike for a tall rider needs to fit well, and also perform and hold up for the long haul. At Zinn Cycles, all of our bikes are built to last and ride great through years of abuse. . Lennard Zinn has more experience building bikes for tall people than any other frame builder in the world, which is why cyclists from all over the globe are riding Zinn bikes. A custom hardtail mountain bike from Zinn Cycles is guaranteed to fit and perform for many years. Just like all of our Project Big mountain bikes, the Big Sur 29er is designed for custom cranks. The custom cranks round it out to be the perfect cross country bike for the big & tall rider. The Big Sur is available as a single speed or with a Rohloff speedhub. If you travel a lot, you can get your custom hardtail set up with S&S couplers to make traveling with your bike a breeze.
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