Shredding made simple
Stache takes 29er hardtail simplicity to the trail with stellar results. Trail-tuned ride, point-and-shoot handling, and top-flight spec let you hit the singletrack running.
Who needs Stache? Anybody who puts wheels to singletrack. 29er fans, hardtail holdouts, adventure junkies, folks looking to simplify. Everybody loves riding the Stache.
Roll over anything
120mm travel up front paired with bigger 29" wheels let you roll over anything.
Stache is built to dominate the trail: 142x12 enclosed rear thru axle, ISCG mounts, internal cable routing, internal routing for dropper post.
Slacker head angle and slightly lower standover height plus a shorter stem and wider bars all add up to better handling, more confidence.
Convertible 142x12 rear wheel and E2 head tube equal incredible stiffness for the point-and-shoot control technical trails demand.
What people are saying
The Stache should be your go-to bike when you want to be fast and have fun. Its handling will surprise you, and might even change your mind about big-wheeled bikes altogether if you aren't already a fan. Reasonably priced, it offers great value. Competent going downhill and responsive heading up, it's a hardcore hardtail with the minerals for the big trails as well as the small.
IM Bike Mag
The real magic is this bike has a purpose, which is to maximize your fun per dollar. With its short stays, slack head angle, dropper post eagerness, it's wagging its tail and ready to play. This is the fun hardtail 29er and it is ready to rally. It will climb, corner, drop, and jump and do things beyond the traditional 29er hardtail comfort zone. It is agile, capable, and it looks darn good too.
The Stache handles cross-country climbs, technical descents, and everything in between. For a rider looking to step up to a dialed trail bike without breaking the bank, it would be hard to do better.
Mountain Bike Action