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29" or 27.5" wheels
Ultimate cross country/trail geometry
5-inch travel front and rear
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    Mammoth Video

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Description

The Lenz Sport Mammoth is setting a new standard for endurance racing and cross country trail bikes. Until now, a lightweight 5 inch travel cross country bike was unheard of. This Lenz bike takes the famous XC geometry of the Leviathan and sets it on a 5 inch travel rear suspension system that uses a 2.5:1 leverage ratio. The Mammoth climbs like no other 5″ travel 29er you’ve ever ridden, and it descends smooth and stable even in very technical terrain. With the big wheels, stiff frame, and complete bikes as light as 25 pounds, the Lenz Mammoth will surely be on the wish list of every cross country trail rider and endurance racer.

Specs

  • 29 inch or 27.5 inch wheels
  • Direct mount front derailleur
  • Also available in 29+
  • Fork Spec: 140mm with 44mm offset
  • 12x142mm rear through axle
  • 30.9mm seatpost diameter

 29er geometry 650b/27.5″ geometry
  S M L XL XXL S M L XL
STACK 24.655 25.002 25.467 25.932 24.655 25.002 25.467
REACH 16.673 17.175 17.665 18.288 16.673 17.175 17.665
TT 22.75 23.375 24 24.625 25.25  22.75  23.375  24 24.625
ST 15eff 17eff 19eff 21eff 23eff 15eff  17eff 19eff 21eff
BB 13.5 13.75 13.75 13.75 13.75  13.5  13.75  13.75  13.75
HT 4.0 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 4.5 4.5 5.5 5.5
CS 17.5 17.5 17.5 17.5 17.5 17 17 17 17
SA 74eff 74eff 74eff 74eff 74eff 74eff 74eff 74eff 74eff
HA 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69
WB 44.75 45.40 46 46.7 47.3 43.5 44.75 45.375 46.00
SO 29 30 30.5 32 33 29 30 30.5 32

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