The Woodsmoke redefines the traditional capabilities of a mountain bike by being able to chew up everything you can throw at it. Through a number of configurable and fun options, this simple hardtail is able to run both 27.5/650b and 29er wheels in ANY tire width out there. With 29 x 3”+ tires it becomes a true tank, capable of crushing over any amount of rocky terrain. Stick it with some traditional 27.5 x 2” tires and watch it transform into a nimble XC racer that’s ready to break records. You can also easily swap between a rigid and 120-140mm suspension fork and run it with gears or as a singlespeed, all depending on how rowdy you’re looking to get.
On first inspection, you may notice that the Woodsmoke’s drive side chainstay looks a little…off. But rest assured, this is designed with a certain wonderful ride style in mind. Raising the stay allows for a shortened overall chainstay length. With a longer toptube, shorter stem and ultra-short chainstays, the Woodsmoke’s geometry makes for an extremely agile trail bike that rolls like a monster truck and turns like a sports car. Coupled with an interior molded carbon frame and two build kit levels, you can dial back the weight all while keeping things durable and outstandingly fast.
And if it’s overnight adventures you’re after, the Woodsmoke has you covered with a wide array of fitment options, including three bottle mounts, dropper post routing, and a wide open front triangle ready for a framebag. So go ahead and load this beast down with all you’ve got and it’ll remain spry and ready to rally.
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