The 9:ZERO:7 197mm frame offers a new standard for fat bikes. By going with a 197mm rear dropout spacing, the frame will accept the widest fat bike tire and rims on the market. While it works great with 4.8" tires and 100mm rims, the geometry of the frame is designed to offer a superior ride with any rim and tire combination (including 29+ rims and tires). The frame is also suspension corrected for use with the RockShox Bluto.
*Please note that certain size/color combinations will result in a different style 9:ZERO:7 logo. You will get the new style graphics when available.*
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Frame: 9:ZERO:7 Whiteout Aluminum Frame 197x12
Fork: 9:ZERO:7 Aluminum Fork 150x15
Hubs: Sun Ringle 197x12 Rear and 150x15 Front Hubs
Rims: Sun Ringle Mulefut SL 80mm Aluminum Rims
Tires: Schwalbe Jumbo Jim 26x4.0 LiteSkin EVO
Shifter: SRAM NX 11spd Trigger
Rear Derailleur: SRAM NX 11spd X-HORIZON
Cassette: SRAM PG1130 11-42
Chain: SRAM PC1110 11spd
Crankset: RaceFace Aeffect
Brakes: SRAM Level Brakes w/160mm Rotors
Handlebar: RaceFace Ride Low Rise 740mm Aluminum Bars
Stem: RaceFace Ride Stem
Grips: RaceFace Half-Nelson Lock-On
Seatpost: RaceFace Ride Aluminum Seatpost
45NRTH Dunderbeist and Flowbeist Tires:
We swap the stock Schwalbe tires for the 120tpi Dunderbeist (rear) and Flowbeist (front) for maximum traction in loose conditions.
RockShox Bluto Fork:
A great way to add some spring to your step, the RockShox Bluto remains one of the only suspension forks available for fatbikes.
Tubeless Upgrade (Mulefut Only):
Get rid of your tubes and extra weight (typically about 1/2 pound). We will tape and seal your rim, add a tubeless valve, and the recommended amount of Stan's Tubeless Sealant. All tubeless upgrades will arrive seated on the rim and tested for leaks.
All bikes sold on Fatbikes.com are assembled and tuned before shipping. Upon arrival, they require minimal assembly. We recommend having your bike built and inspected by a qualified technician.
|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
So far I'm very impressed with this bike - Logged 50 - 60 miles on it to date. Mucho fun! I'm 74" and about 180 lbs plus any gear and have the XL frame. Still tweaking the fit some but feels a more natural ride to me than any other fat bike I've tried. Good components for the price point for those of us who don't have gobs of money. Running the Dillinger 5's on 100 mm Clown Shoe rims and I've swapped out the stock 30T chainring for a 26T as it is very hilly where I normally ride. Running with tubes still and cold PSI of about 6.5 rear and 6.0 front for now. Snow conditions have been generally soft pack, loose, or sugar snow with some ATV and snowmachine traffic on the trails. If I can just hold my line I've managed to climb some impressive grades given the snow conditions. We'd like to replace my son's current bike with one of these as soon as I can budget it. Charles on 2nd Jan 2017