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La Sal Peak

The Do-It-All Enduro Bike

The future of enduro is here. Descend it all, and enjoy the climb to the top.

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Builds start at $3499.

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Built with TetraLink™ Technology

Our award-winning TetraLink™ suspension technology delivers a grounded yet dynamic experience up and downhill. Each bike model is specifically designed around its primary category focus, and our TetraLink™ Technology allows us to expand each bike’s abilities both up and down. The result: La Sal Peak is perfectly balanced with 170mm suspension front and rear. It climbs like a bike with less suspension, and descends as if it had more.

170mm Front/Rear Suspension

Rip it Like You Stole it

With a 63.5 degree head angle, long cockpit, and shorter chainstay that allows you to run either 29 or mullet, and 170mm of travel, the La Sal Peak soaks up everything in front of it. The playful planted feel inspires confidence and makes you ride trails that once were only in your dreams.

Geometry for the Geography

The La Sal Peak geometry allows you to cut corners hard and descend down terrain that would normally scare you, then climb as efficiently as possible to the top and do it all over again. 437mm chainstays keep it light on its wheels in tight turns.

La Sal Peak | The Do It All Enduro Bike

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Perfectly balanced functionality and aesthetics make it a world-class enduro bike. Go ahead, take it for a spin.

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38°26′19″N 109°13′45″W

La Sal Peak

11,753ftabove sea level

With La Sal Peak, our goal was to build a bike that was capable of gnarly descents and bike park days, but light and nimble enough to pedal like a trail bike. Designed and named after the steep, rough and rowdy trails in the La Sal mountain range. The steep, long, high elevation climbs and the tough terrain demand a light and efficient pedaler but a very capable enduro bike.

Full Carbon = Full Experience

Featuring a full carbon frame (comprising front and rear triangles and shock link), the La Sal Peak bike provides a lightweight and rigid platform that delivers exceptional power transfer and vertical compliance while being backed by our Lifetime Warranty. The advanced carbon construction allows Fezzari to shape the tubing, adjust stiffness, and fine-tune desired flex, all while maintaining an impressive average frame weight of 2900 grams.

Size Specific Geo

The La Sal Peak geometry is not built around one size and then shrunk or enlarged for each size like most bikes on the market. Instead, each actual angle is adjusted on each frame size to give the same effective angle. Why does that matter? Whether 5’0 or 6’5”, each rider gets the same high-quality ride experience. No compromises.

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Mullet Capable

La Sal Peak comes stock with 29er wheels. The GA link offers two positions of geometry adjustment, giving you the choice of a mullet setup (available at checkout).

The La Sal Peak allows for effortless ascending and confidence inspiring descents - even on the gnarliest trails.

Direct to Rider

We sell directly to you, the rider. This gives you unique advantages like getting your La Sal Peak custom fit to your body measurements, big savings on cost, and direct communication with us.

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Quality That Matters

We tested the La Sal Peak 130% above industry standards. We want you to ride with the peace of mind knowing that this bike performs at an elite level, always.

"Something about its demeanor convinced me immediately that this bike would offer no surprises in the air, and trusting this feeling quickly became addictive."
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"The faster, steeper, and rougher, the better the bike felt, and I wouldn't hesitate to take it into rougher, rowdier terrain."
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"Its pedaling performance was excellent, with just enough anti-squat support to keep it from feeling bouncy and like I needed the lockout lever, but enough sensitivity to keep traction on chunky desert climbs."
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"With the amount of time and number of bikes I’ve ridden on these trails, I’m pretty confident saying that if you don’t want to wait for a long-term review and are looking for a long-legged enduro rig, this bike is probably worth a good, hard look."
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"The La Sal is a compelling bike with dependable all-around performance, great value, and numerous builds and custom options that few if any, brands can offer at Fezzari’s prices."
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Materials

By using the highest quality materials and newest technologies, we guarantee you’ll have the best riding experience.

Less waste and lighter frames though better technology.

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We changed the carbon layup process. In traditional carbon layup processes, sheets of carbon are wrapped around air bladders with an object inside to help keep the form. After carbon is wrapped around the bladder, the object holding the shape is removed and the bladder and carbon fiber are placed in a mold, inflated, and cured. The problem? Carbon wrapping must be loose enough to remove the object before the curing process, which causes overlapping carbon fiber that weakens the frame, adds unnecessary weight, and creates possible air pocket voids that may cause frame failure. Our process is different. We eliminate overlapping fibers, air pocket voids, and tighten carbon wrapping. How do we do this? We use proprietary tooling designs, vacuum compacting, and a different type of internal mold to hold the carbon. The result: the frame is stronger, lighter, and manufacturing consistencies are dramatically increased. This is why we can back all our carbon frames with a lifetime warranty.

Stiffness and Strength

We use carbon fiber on frames, seat posts, forks, and other components. Carbon fiber is very light and can be made stiff or flexible. The term commonly used to describe stiffness is ''modulus''. Generally speaking, we want frames to be laterally stiff for efficient power transfer and vertically compliant for comfort and less fatigue when riding.

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Design Process

All bikes are designed in-house in Lindon, UT and made with the utmost attention to detail.

Design to Reality.

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From initial conception to delivery to an ecstatic customer, we put in countless hours and resources to develop the best possible bikes. Passion, persistence, and constant refinement are our maxim as we hone our craft and deliver exceptional riding experiences to everyone who has the opportunity to ride a Fezzari. When one project is completed, we begin anew, synthesizing our acquired knowledge to develop the next generation of bicycle evolution.

Data-Driven Design.

At Fezzari, we prioritize rider fit and comfort in the design process of our bikes. To ensure that our bikes meet the needs of a diverse range of riders, we incorporate decades of real-world rider fit data into our design process. This data is collected through various means, including fitting sessions with professional bike fitters, feedback from riders, and ergonomic testing.

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Less waste and lighter frames though better technology.

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We changed the carbon layup process. In traditional carbon layup processes, sheets of carbon are wrapped around air bladders with an object inside to help keep the form. After carbon is wrapped around the bladder, the object holding the shape is removed and the bladder and carbon fiber are placed in a mold, inflated, and cured. The problem? Carbon wrapping must be loose enough to remove the object before the curing process, which causes overlapping carbon fiber that weakens the frame, adds unnecessary weight, and creates possible air pocket voids that may cause frame failure. Our process is different. We eliminate overlapping fibers, air pocket voids, and tighten carbon wrapping. How do we do this? We use proprietary tooling designs, vacuum compacting, and a different type of internal mold to hold the carbon. The result: the frame is stronger, lighter, and manufacturing consistencies are dramatically increased. This is why we can back all our carbon frames with a lifetime warranty.

Stiffness and Strength

We use carbon fiber on frames, seat posts, forks, and other components. Carbon fiber is very light and can be made stiff or flexible. The term commonly used to describe stiffness is ''modulus''. Generally speaking, we want frames to be laterally stiff for efficient power transfer and vertically compliant for comfort and less fatigue when riding.

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Design to Reality.

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From initial conception to delivery to an ecstatic customer, we put in countless hours and resources to develop the best possible bikes. Passion, persistence, and constant refinement are our maxim as we hone our craft and deliver exceptional riding experiences to everyone who has the opportunity to ride a Fezzari. When one project is completed, we begin anew, synthesizing our acquired knowledge to develop the next generation of bicycle evolution.

Data-Driven Design.

At Fezzari, we prioritize rider fit and comfort in the design process of our bikes. To ensure that our bikes meet the needs of a diverse range of riders, we incorporate decades of real-world rider fit data into our design process. This data is collected through various means, including fitting sessions with professional bike fitters, feedback from riders, and ergonomic testing.

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Geometry

Wheels

Units

S M L XL
Top Tube 568.1 584.9 613.1 637.2
Seat Tube 400.0 420.0 440.0 460.0
Chainstay 437.0 437.0 437.0 437.0
Head Angle 63.5° 63.5° 63.5° 63.5°
Seat Angle (Effective)* 77.5° 77.5° 77.5° 77.5°
Actual Seat Angle 72.9° 73.6° 74.1° 74.6°
Seat Height for Effective Seat Angle* 600.0 660.0 720.0 780.0
Head Tube 90.0 100.0 110.0 120.0
Bottom Bracket Height 347.6 347.6 347.6 347.6
Bottom Bracket Drop 26.4 26.4 26.4 26.4
Wheelbase 1206.1 1230.4 1264.8 1294.2
Fork Offset 44.0 44.0 44.0 44.0
Standover Height 739.6 741.6 742.6 744.6
Stack 612.6 621.6 630.6 639.5
Reach 435.0 455.0 485.0 510.0
S M L XL
Top Tube 568.1 584.9 613.1 637.2
Seat Tube 400.0 420.0 440.0 460.0
Chainstay 437.0 437.0 437.0 437.0
Head Angle 64.2° 64.2° 64.2° 64.2°
Seat Angle (Effective)* 78.7° 78.7° 78.7° 78.7°
Actual Seat Angle 73.6° 74.3° 74.8° 75.1°
Seat Height for Effective Seat Angle* 600.0 660.0 720.0 780.0
Head Tube 90.0 100.0 110.0 120.0
Bottom Bracket Height 355.1 355.1 355.1 355.1
Bottom Bracket Drop 18.9 18.9 18.9 18.9
Wheelbase 1213 1233 1263 1290
Fork Offset 44.0 44.0 44.0 44.0
Standover Height 739.6 741.6 742.6 744.6
Stack 606.9 615.9 625.0 634.0
Reach 450.7 465.7 491.9 514.3
6’5 6’1 5’9 5’5 5’1
What's my frame size?
Your height will determine a general recommended frame size. Occasionally, based on other body measurements, you may feel more comfortable on a different size. We recommend completing the 23-Point Custom Setup when completing your order.
Bike Support
Fezzari is ready to assist in any support needed. You can reach us via phone, email, or text. You can also visit us in person at our Factory HQ located in Lindon, UT. Visit our Support Page for contact info any questions you may have.
Why this geo?
Rather than scaling one model to different sizes, every frame size is designed to give each rider the same ride characteristics. Real world saddle heights are used to determine the unique actual seat tube angle for each size to maintain the 77.5 degree effective seat tube angle for each rider.

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Behind the Bike

SUPPORT

How many water bottles fit inside the frame?

All sizes can fit one water bottle inside the front triangle frame and another beneath.

Can I use a coil shock?

Yes, the suspension design works well with a coil shock. Most coil shocks available on the market fit the La Sal Peak. M8x30 shock mounting hardware is used to help with clearance and also allow for the option of roller bearing mounting kits.

What length dropper post will fit inside the frame?

With our uninterrupted seat tube design, even the small frame has enough insertion depth to use a 200+mm dropper. This is inseam/saddle height dependent to fit the rider.

What is the bottom bracket frame spec?

73mm English thread. Our philosophy is simple, if the bike is intended to be ridden in the dirt, it gets a threaded bottom bracket. Threaded bottom brackets are easier to service.

Can I run a chain guide or bash guard on my La Sal?

The La Sal incorporates ISCG-05 mounts for chain guides or bash guards that can be added at checkout, or purchased later on your own. Just be sure your chain guide is ISCG-05 and Boost 148 chainline compatible.

What frame extras are included with the La Sal Peak?

Custom molded chainstay, downtube, and shuttle pad protector are included with each bike and frameset.

What is the biggest tire size the La Sal Peak can accommodate?

29x2.6 rear. Front is suspension fork dependent (most will also fit 29x2.6).

Is the La Sal Peak compatible with a mullet setup?

Yes, the La Sal Peak likes to party. Mullet approved. If you decide to run a mullet setup on the La Sal we suggest running the bike with the GA link chip in the high position. We have also had good luck with changing the fork to 180mm travel, though 170mm still works.

What considerations have been made for maintenance with internal routing?

The La Sal uses tube-in-tube cable routing for easy assembly and maintenance and a quiet ride.

What about remote shock lockouts?

While the current specs don’t include remote rear shock lockouts, the frame has cable ports to be able to run a cable actuated remote rear shock lockout.

What are the head tube dimensions?

ZS44/ZS56. This is your standard 1 ⅛” to 1.5” tapered headtube with alloy cups pressed into the frame.

What is the recommended fork length?

We build the La Sal Peak with 170mm forks, but since we have tested the La Sal beyond DH requirements, you’re free to bump up to 180 or even throw on a dual crown fork (190mm or 203mm) and get extra gnarly. This does change the head tube angle and BB height slightly, roughly 0.3 degrees for each 10mm of axle to crown height change.

What are the dimensions of the rear hub and axle?

Hub: 148x12mm - Axle: 174x12x1.0mm

What seat tube diameter and seat tube clamp diameter does the La Sal Peak use?

The La Sal Peak fits 31.6mm seatposts and uses a 34.9mm clamp.

What bearings are used in La Sal’s rear suspension pivots?

The La Sal Peak uses high quality sealed ball bearings. There are 4x 6900 bearings in the seatstay, 2x6901 bearings in the rocker and 2x 6902 bearings in the main pivot. Fezzari has these available as spare parts. To increase the life of your bearings, regularly cleaning and maintaining your bike will have these bearings running for a very long time.

Why does the small look different from other sizes?

We want riders of all sizes to experience the full benefit of the La Sal Peak. We reworked each frame size so there are some aesthetic changes per size, but the kinematics remain consistent. This ensures that—regardless of height and size—everyone enjoys the same performance and handling.

What is the warranty/guarantee?

All Fezzari bikes have a limited lifetime warranty. The La Sal Peak also comes with a Love it or Return it guarantee.

How will my new La Sal Peak arrive to me?

All Fezzari bikes go through our 23-Point Custom Setup making sure the bike is fit and tuned specifically to you. They are test-ridden before delivery. If your bike is shipped to you, it’s still tuned and ready to ride and requires just a couple of minutes of assembly.

What to do if a bike is damaged in shipping?
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At Fezzari Bicycles, we believe that riding a bike should be an enjoyable and worry-free experience. That's why we offer the best lifetime warranty in the industry. We want to make sure you can enjoy your ride with total peace of mind knowing that your bicycle is backed by our lifetime warranty. To learn more about our Lifetime Warranty, click here.