The all-new Fezzari La Sal Peak enduro MTB reimagines their longest travel mountain bike as an even longer travel shredder that lowers all the right things.
In 2018, Fezzari unveiled a new enduro bike that led the way with an extremely steep 78º seat angle that put the rider in a powerful position for charging up hills. But its slack front end and long droppers got us far back for great control on the descents. And it worked . But now, they say they made the La Sal Peak even better. Here’s how… 2022 Fezzari La Sal Peak tech details
The new La Sal Peak adds more travel, more standover clearance, lower center of gravity, and a stiffer-yet-lighter frame. Here are the key changes: Rear travel increased to 170mm (up from 150mm)
Can be reduced to 160mm travel w/ shorter shock
Pairs with 170mm & 180mm single crown forks
Also works with 203mm double crown forks
Coil spring compatible Can be run as a mullet The La Sal Peak ships as a 29er and will fit up to 29×2.6 tires, with most forks in this travel range accepting the same. The La Sal Peak uses a standard tapered headtube and headset. Internal cable tunnels and bolt-on cable ports keep things from rattling around inside, and allow for adding or subtracting hoses and lines in the future. We really liked the original La Sal Peak, but since that one launched, Fezzari’s had a couple more mountain bikes launch, giving them the […]