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Fezzari Explorer Peak e-Fat eBike gets a Surprise Drop

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Making its first public appearance at their own parking lot overland expo, Fezzari’s new Explorer Peak e-fat bike brings big batteries and big tires to winter adventures.

The bike has a full carbon frame powered with Shimano drive systems, with two builds available. The Comp model gets the EP601, and the Elite gets the EP801, both with a with a 720Wh Darfon battery. An 835Wh battery upgrade will be available, too.

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Shimano’s own batteries max out at 630Wh, so Fezzari’s likely spec’ing alternates to increase total power. Which is a good thing if you’re riding in the freezing cold as it can sap smaller batteries more quickly.

The Explorer Peak is up for pre-order only with delivery in early 2024 and full details aren’t released. So, specs may change, but the $4,599 Comp model gets a Shimano CUES 11-speed drivetrain. The $5,499 Elite model gets SRAM GX Eagle Transmission.

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Both roll on Sun-Ringle Mulefut SL wheels and Maxxis Colossus 27.5×4.5 tires. It comes stock with a carbon rigid fork with cage mounts. But, it appears to have a Manitou Mastodon suspension fork upgrade, which itself just got an upgrade.

Explorer Peak pre-orders get $200 off the retail price. A refundable $100 deposit secures your spot. Watch the unveiling on their Instagram.


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Hillside Roots
Hillside Roots
6 months ago


Paul Robinson
Paul Robinson
4 months ago

The bike comes with a ridged carbon fork as standard. When buying the bike on Fezzari’s online shop I would expect the manitou mastodon gen III fork will be a pull down option in the spec menu. (Going by the kings peak there will be an option for having both too)

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