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Signal Peak

Fast has never been this fun.

The Signal Peak is fast, light, and efficient for XC Racing.

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Builds start at $3499.

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Carbon Layup

The Signal Peak is lighter than ever with a frame weight as low as 1860g. We optimized frame shaping, carbon materials, and the carbon layup design for a lighter, more compliant ride with increased power transfer compared to the previous generation.

1869 grams

Wherever you go, go fast.

The Signal Peak’s re-designed frame features a new rear triangle that incorporates our award-winning Tetra-Link suspension platform. This ensures all the power put into the pedals translates to moving you forward.

Perfected Geometry

Designed with a 67 degree head tube angle for more stability at high speed, a steeper 75 degree seat tube angle for a more powerful pedaling position, and lower seat tubes for longer dropper posts.

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Endurance and comfort. Go ahead, take it for a spin.

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37.3197° N, 113.4916° W

SIGNAL PEAK

10,369ft Elevation

Signal Peak, standing tall at 10,369 feet, reigns as the Pine Valley Mountains' pinnacle. Its landscape offers awe-inspiring vistas that are nothing short of breathtaking. In naming this XC bike, our goal was to encapsulate the essence of its design features and the anticipated terrain it's destined for. Just like Signal Peak itself, your riding adventure will be truly majestic.

XC Race Build

Riders can choose the 100mm travel front and rear suspension setup, including remote lockouts, and an XC race focused component spec for the fastest racing platform.

Fun-Country Build

The 120mm(f)/115mm(r) suspension travel option with trail-riding oriented component spec gives riders a short travel trail weapon.

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Signal Peak VS Signal Peak TR.

The primary difference is build spec. The Signal Peak is built with 100mm suspension front and rear, rigid carbon seat post, flat handlebars and light components for XC racing. The Signal Peak TR is built with 115mm rear and 120mm suspension on the front, dropper post, 4-piston brakes, etc. for those looking for a bit more capable XC trail setup.

Direct to Rider

We sell directly to you, the rider. This gives you unique advantages like getting your Signal 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 Signal 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.

"I’ve ridden many down-country bikes and I’ve yet to experience one that balances such incredible cross-country efficiency with a trail capability that defies logic. The Signal has it in spades."
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"If you’re looking for a fast, lightweight, efficient mountain bike that doesn’t skimp on technical trail performance, the new Fezzari Signal Peak is worth a look."
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"It’s not jumping on a bandwagon. It’s too busy out there doing laps."
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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 upmost 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

Trail 120MM Fork

Units

S M L XL
Top Tube 593 610 629 648
Seat Tube 405 425 455 480
Chainstay 430 430 430 430
Head Angle 67° 67° 67° 67°
Seat Angle (Effective)* 75° 75° 75° 75°
Head Tube 100 105 120 125
Bottom Bracket Height 341 341 341 341
Bottom Bracket Drop 35 35 35 35
Wheelbase 1148 1165 1187 1208
Fork Offset 44 44 44 44
Standover Height 730 735 745 757
Stack 606 612 621 630
Reach 432 448 466 483
S M L XL
Top Tube 596 613 632 651
Seat Tube 405 425 455 480
Chainstay 430 430 430 430
Head Angle 68° 68° 68° 68°
Seat Angle (Effective)* 76° 76° 76° 76°
Head Tube 100 105 120 125
Bottom Bracket Height 334 334 334 334
Bottom Bracket Drop 42 42 42 42
Wheelbase 1144 1161 1183 1204
Fork Offset 44 44 44 44
Standover Height 730 735 745 757
Stack 598 603 612 621
Reach 443 458 477 494
Geometry
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.

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Behind the Bike

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What is the difference between the Signal Peak and Signal Peak TR builds?

The primary difference is build spec. The Signal Peak is built with 100mm suspension front and rear, rigid carbon seat post, flat handlebars and light components for XC racing. The Signal Peak TR is built with 115mm rear and 120mm suspension on the front, dropper post, 4-piston brakes, etc. for those looking for a bit more capable XC trail setup.

Where does the Signal Peak fit in your mountain bike lineup?

The Signal Peak is a cross-country (XC) bike. In simple terms, it is built for those who generally do ⅔ climbing and ⅓ descending. In comparison, the Delano Peak is designed for riders who generally do 50/50 climbing and descending, and the La Sal Peak is generally for ⅔ descending and ⅓ climbing on the other end of the spectrum.

What is the difference on the Signal Peak SL frame?

The Signal Peak SL frame is our ‘Super Light’ frame available on the 100mm suspension XC race-focused builds.

Can you mount a chain guide?

Yes, the Signal Peak has ISCG-o5 mounts in a two hole position. A top side chain guide like the MRP 1X chainguide, or similar from other brands, work well.

How many water bottle cages will it hold?

The Signal Peak will hold 2 bottle cages inside the front triangle on every frame size. Most sizes can fit bottle cages underneath the downtube as well.

What type of maintenance is required on the frame?

We believe in simplicity. That's why we designed the Signal Peak for minimal maintenance. All bearings are sealed. All bearings are replaceable. Dirt can get between the bearings and the bolts, so occasionally we recommend it be cleaned. Also, as with any suspension frame, we recommend that you check the tightness of the bolts on your frame. Check the bolts for the recommended torque settings.

Are the cables routed underneath the bottom bracket?

No. We routed them on the top side of the downtube, minimizing cable movement, wear, and potential damage. We utilize our CleanCatchTM cable management system to provide a simple, rattle-free system for managing the various cables and hoses on the Signal Peak.

Does the Signal Peak have cable slap on the internally routed cables that is common on other bikes?

No. We specifically engineered the Signal Peak to minimize cable slap by designing adaptive, FutureProof™, rattle-free cable guides.

What type of bottom bracket does the Signal Peak have?

It is a 73mm English thread standard bottom bracket for easy maintenance and increased durability. Our philosophy is that if a bike sees dirt, it gets a threaded bottom bracket.

How will the Empire arrive?

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 but requires just a couple of minutes of assembly.

What is the warranty on the frame? It’s light, but how strong is it?

Like every Fezzari, Signal Peak comes with a Lifetime Warranty on the frame. The Signal Peak has been put through the wringer in testing. Machine tested beyond industry cross-country standards, with additional non-required strength tests Fezzari adds to ensure maximum strength and durability over time. Beyond factory testing, the Signal Peak has been put through tortuous rides in some of the most rugged XC/trail terrain in the world, primarily found in the Wasatch mountains of Utah. Fezzari went through iteration after iteration via ride prototypes, 3D prints, and meticulous engineering and design work until the Signal Peak met the ride quality and durability standards Fezzari demands.

How much does the frame weigh?

1860g frame weight (SL frame, size medium, painted, all pivot hardware).

What type of derailleur hanger does it have?

The Signal Peak utilizes the SRAM UDH derailleur hanger. Simple, functional, and reliable.

How big of a tire will the Signal Peak handle?

Rear tire: 29 x 2.5in. Front tire: dependent on suspension manufacturer's specifications (typically 29 x 2.4-2.5in).

What are the shock dimensions?

190 x 40mm (100mm travel) or 190 x 45mm (115mm travel)

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.