Fat Bikes have come a long way since we developed the first production aluminum fat bike in 2009. But one thing has remained constant, 9:ZERO:7 has been on the forefront in fat bike technology from the beginning. The NEW 9:ZERO:7 Tundra is a perfect example of that, shaving nearly 200 grams off the 2016 Whiteout AL, and quickening the handling with 17mm shorter chainstays and a 20mm shorter head tube while retaining the low speed stability that 9:ZERO:7 is known for. In addition to the shorter chainstays and weight savings, the Tundra gets stealth dropper post cable routing to further improve its aggressive terrain capabilities. Whether its racing the Iditarod Trail, surviving the Skeleton Coast in Namibia, or shredding local singletrack, the 9:ZERO:7 Tundra is truly a bike for #AllConditions.
For more on the differences between Tundra/Whiteout, check out this blog!
Frameset comes with headset, fork, and axles.
|Seat Tube||15" / 381mm||17" / 432mm||19" / 483 mm|
|Effective TT||23" / 585mm||604.4mm||24.6" / 625mm|
|Chainstay Length||17.7" / 450mm||17.7" / 450mm||17.7" / 450mm|
|BB Drop||2.4" / 59.4mm||2.4"/ 59.4mm||2.4" / 59.4mm|
|Standover||26" / 660mm||28" / 711mm||29" / 735mm|
|Head Tube||4.5" / 115mm||5.1" / 130mm||5.3" / 135mm|
|Head Tube Angle||69°||69°||69°|
|Seat Tube Angle||73°||73°||73°|
*Standover measured at lowest height