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Endurance racing pedigree meets hydroformed aluminum
The Whiteout AL boasts superior snow performance with its refined Alaskan backcountry geometry. With features like elongated chainstays, a "dipped", hydroformed toptube, tapered headtube, and a 100mm BSA bottom bracket shell, you'll be ready for whatever winter has to offer. If you'd like to add accessories, this frame features four rack mounts, three water bottle mounts, and fender mounts.
By going with a 197mm rear dropout spacing, the frame will accept some of the widest tires/rims on the market. While it works great with 4.8" tires, the geometry of the frame is designed to offer a terrific ride with any rim and tire combination (including 29+ rims and tires). The frame is also suspension corrected for use with the RockShox Bluto.
|Seat Tube||13" / 332mm||15" / 381mm||17" / 432mm||19" / 483mm||21" / 533mm|
|Effective TT||22.3" / 564mm||22.9" / 583mm||23.7" / 602mm||24.4" / 622mm||25.2" / 640mm|
|Chainstay Length||18.4" / 467mm||18.4" / 467mm||18.4" / 467mm||18.4" / 467mm||18.4" / 467mm|
|BB Drop||2.4" / 60mm||2.4" / 60mm||2.4" / 60mm||2.4" / 60mm||2.4" / 60mm|
|Standover||24.5"* / 622mm||25.5"* / 648mm||27.2"* / 691mm||28.9"* / 734mm||30.5"* / 775mm|
|Head Tube||4.5" / 115mm||4.5" / 115mm||5.3" / 135mm||6.1" / 155mm||6.9" / 175mm|
|Head Tube Angle||69°||69°||69°||69°||69°|
|Seat Tube Angle||73°||73°||73°||73°||73°|
*Standover measured at lowest height
Currently building my first fat bike, overall frame condition was excellent. Shipping was crazy fast. Frame does come with fork, fork top and bottom bearings, through shafts and some misc hardware. So far I'm very please with the quality of their work, thanks! Unknown on 28th Jun 2017