Fezzari to Introduce Full Suspension 29er


UPDATED: May 25, 2012

We are happy to announce the upcoming release of the all new Fezzari full suspension 29er mountain bike, the Fezzari Hidden Peak.  The Hidden Peak is the first full suspension 29er mountain bike from Fezzari.  Current plans have the Hidden Peak available in two spec builds with the first deliveries to customers expected Summer, 2012.

Fezzari Hidden Peak 29er Specs

The Hidden Peak frame features a Fezzari Racing Design 7005 series hydroformed aluminum frame with smooth welds to give the frame a strong, smooth, clean look.  Some of the other frame features include:

  • 100mm travel
  • FRD Tetra Link 429 Suspension Design
  • Sealed bearing on every pivot point
  • Internal cable routing
  • Press Fit BB91 bottom bracket system

The Hidden Peak will be available in two build options, Hidden Peak – X0, and Hidden Peak – XT.

Fezzari Hidden Peak – X0

The Hidden Peak – X0 will feature a Fox Talas 29 RLC Kashima with travel adjustments from 120mm to 95mm.  This adjustable travel option has helped the new Hidden Peak be extremely agile and lively on both climbs and descents.  Our test riders have been able to jump, manual, and corner the bike similar to a 6″ travel, 26-inch wheeled bike.  Dropping the travel on the Talas to the 95mm position makes the bike very agile and excellent on the climbs.

The FRD Tetra Link 429 suspension design gives the Hidden Peak a very solid pedal platform, yet plush travel when the trail gets rough and virtually no pedal-bob.  The rear suspension will feature a 100mm travel Fox RP23 shock that has been tuned for the FRD Tetra-link429 suspension design.    The Hidden Peak – X.0  will be finished off with SRAM X0 drivetrain, Mavic Wheels, and a Truvativ Cockpit.  The Hidden Peak – X0 will be available at the factory direct price of $3799.  Specs and pricing are subject to change until final release.

Fezzari Hidden Peak – XT

The Hidden Peak -XT will feature the same 7005 series hydroformed aluminum frame and the FRD Tetra Link 429 suspension design.  It will also feature a RockShox Recon solo air fork, RockShox Ario RL shock, Shimano XT and SLX drivetrain, DT Swiss wheels, and Truvativ Cockpit.  The Hidden Peak – XT will be available for $2349.  Specs and pricing subject to change until final release which is expected Summer, 2012.

Pre-orders are currently being taken on both models.  For questions, to receive more info, or to place your order, call 888-833-9927 or click here to contact us.

  1. Im in the market to upgrade from my Abajo Peak. Please post rider reviews. If it eats up tight technical single track, and climbs well I know what my next bike is. I assume with only 100mm of travel this is a XC racer?

    • I have been able to ride the prototype you see pictured above and it is a fun bike. I have been impressed with how agile it is in the technical sections and on descents. With the suspension design this thing climbs amazingly, I actually run the shock at a lower PSI than I typically would because how efficient the bike is. The 100mm travel combined with the 29er wheel actually make this bike feel like it has 140mm travel on the rear end. I’d recommend springing for the higher end model with the Talas fork to get the 120mm travel on the front fork, it’s what I preferred. You will love this bike!

  2. Ride With My Dog

    I have a nebo (couple years old) now and am considering the 29er or a new nebo. I ride my bike as much like a downhill bike as I can commit to – jumps, rocks, and fast single track. I’m also 6’3″ and 215 lbs. so the bike takes a beating.

    How would you compare the nebo and 29er? for performance on jumps and downhill cornering and for durability / ability to take some crashes.

  3. Any information available for these bikes yet?! When will we see them on the website? When could we expect delivery? I check almost daily!

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