For The Extremes.
Introducing the all-new Kings Peak. Designed for the ultra endurance rider, the bike-packer, or the adventure junkie. Experience the most extreme terrains in the world like never before.
Fezzari is a company that has customer service on the brain.
Our look at the details suggest that the company has done their homework.
Initially (the factory direct) process may sound a bit cold and corporate, but in reality, it's quite the opposite.
I realized how deeply in touch Fezzari is with what riders want and what the industry needs.
NO MATTER THE TERRAIN
Fast & Stable
With the updated head tube angle of 67 degrees, the Kings Peak has been designed to give you an extra level of confidence at higher speeds and in rougher terrain.
LIGHT AND STRONG
Better Than Ever
Built using Monoform™ Construction. the Kings Peak uses our new frame technology to make carbon frames out of a single mold (no bonding between front and rear triangles). Kings Peak is lighter, stronger, and smoother than ever before.
FUNCTION & COMPATIBILITY
Made For You
With the ability to run a range of wheel/tire sizes, along with mounting points found throughout the frame, the Kings Peak is ready to be customized specifically for your style of riding.
LET'S GET DOWN TO THE NITTY GRITTY
|Bottom Bracket Height||325||325||325||325|
|Bottom Bracket Drop||65||65||65||65|
|Fork Axle to Crown||511||511||511||511|
Kings Peak Comp
Kings Peak Elite
Kings Peak Frameset
27.5 wheels for a fat bike? Why was that chosen?
The contact patch of a 27.5x4.5” tire is larger than the contact patch of a 26x4.8” tire. This is due to the longer contact patch that happens with the larger diameter 27.5” tire. A longer contact patch will float better as well as roll faster. This helps when riding in snow, sand, or other soft trails conditions. The larger diameter helps you get over obstacles easier too.
What is the BB spacing and standard?
100mm english thread BSA
What is the hub spacing (front and rear)? What are the axle dimensions?
197x12 rear hub spacing and 150x15 front hub spacing. Rear axle dimensions: TA12/224mm/M12xP1.0x20mm. Front axle dimensions: TA15/198mm/M15xP1.5x20mm.
How are the cables routed?
The cables are routed internally through the frame from ports located near the headtube. The Fezzari Clean-catch cable guides hold the cables tight for a rattle free ride.
What cranks can I use? What is the chainline and q-factor?
We recommend SRAM Fat 5 cranksets that feature a 76.5mm chainline and 208.5mm q-factor. The RaceFace Ride Cinch crankset will also work in the 190mm spindle configuration.
What size wheels and tires fit? 27.5 and 26?
The max wheel and tire sizes are 26x5.0” and 27.5x4.5”
Can I run a tubeless setup? Is that a good thing in the cold? Will my sealant freeze?
Fat bikes can be run tubeless. It is a good idea to check with sealant manufacturers for their recommendations. We use Stan’s NoTubes sealant with great success in the cold.
What is the headset standard of the Kings Peak?
Can I get the Chris Burkard Expedition frame in yellow?
The exact frame Chris rode across Iceland is on display in Iceland. It will eventually be auctioned off and proceeds will be donated. We have a limited number of these special edition yellow frame sets available for order.
Every Fezzari comes with a lifetime warranty on the frame. Click here to read more.