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170mm aluminum Frame

Named after the area code of Alaska, the 9:ZERO:7 is crafted out of 7005 aluminum and offers a host of features to optimize your fat tire experience. Starting with an elongated head-tube and longer chain-stays, the 9:ZERO:7 features six rack mounts, three water bottle mounts, fender mounts, and full cable housing.

A non-offset, 170mm centered frame makes building up a pair of summer wheels super easy.

While featuring all of the benefits of the original 9:ZERO:7 aluminum frame, the 2013 frame utilizes a hydroformed top tube. This dramatically improves standover height without adding excess weight, making it easier to get on and off the bike in soft snow conditions. A hydroformed down tube is used to enhance fork crown clearance and allows the use of many different kinds of forks.

The chain and seat stays have been redesigned to accomodate even fatter rim and tire combinations. With the increase in clearance, the new 9:ZERO:7 easily accomodates 100mm rims. The 170mm frame is ideal for those seeking to run Big Fat Larry tires on fat rims.

A 13″ x-small frame is available as well.

Price / Build Specs

Susitna
Named after a popular, winter endurance race in Alaska, the Susitna build is a great, value oriented way to set your fat bike free. The Susitna build option has been carefully selected to provide good performance at an attractive price.
MSRP: $2,249 > click for complete build specs chart

McGrath
A lightweight, performance oriented build option appropriate for any endurance race on your agenda. A good blend of performance and value, the McGrath build option takes your fat bike to the next level.
MSRP: $2,750 > click for complete build specs chart

Nome
A no-holds-barred super build for the performance obsessed. When putting this package together, we took no heed of the price. We only wanted the lightest, best components for our snow bikes. The result? The Nome build!
MSRP: $3,750 > click for complete build specs chart


FRAME GEOMETRY
X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large
Seat Tube (Center - Top) 13.00"
[330mm]
15.00"
[381mm]
17.00"
[432mm]
19.00"
[483mm]
21.00"
[533mm]
Top Tube (Effective) 22.2"
[564mm]
22.9"
[583mm]
23.7"
[602mm]
24.4"
[622mm]
25.2"
[640mm]
Chain Stay 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]
Stand Over Height 24.2"
[615mm]
25.5"
[648mm]
27.2"
[691mm]
28.9"
[734mm]
30.5"
[775mm]
Head Tube 3.9"
[100mm]
4.5"
[115mm]
5.3"
[135mm]
6.1"
[155mm]
6.9"
[175mm]
Head Tube Angle 69.5° 69.5°
70.0°
70.0°
70.0°
Seat Tube Angle 73.0° 73.0° 73.0° 73.0° 73.0°
170mm Frame Highlights

Features hydroformed top tube to increase standover height

Utilizes hydroformed down tube to increase fork crown clearance

Accepts the 100mm rims and 26×4.0 tires (drive train modifications required)

7005 Aluminum with vertical dropouts, replaceable derailleur hangar, and International standard disc tabs

Frame dropouts are spaced at 170mm to compliment a wider chainline created by the use of a 100mm bottom bracket shell

Braze-ons: Eyelets for fenders, upper, lower, and dropout rear rack mounts, top-tube and seatstay guides for use with continuous shifter and brake housing, three water bottle bosses

Component specs: 30.9mm seatpost, 35.0mm Constrictor seatpost clamp (included), 100mm bottom bracket shell, top-pull E-type front derailleur, 135mm hub, 22-32-44t chainring clearance, 44mm Zero Stack headset

Accepts E-type style front derailleur or direct mount derailleur with adaptor

Country of origin: Taiwan