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‘This is a bike that could be used to head out for a big meandering backcountry adventure one day, roll up to the starting line in a local enduro race the next or even head into the bike park for a lap or three without missing a beat.’Read more
"The burliest, most versatile and most capable Fuel yet; truly up for whatever you want to ride [...] The updated geometry sits comfortably amongst today's best trail bikes [...] Absolutely shreds right out of the box."Read more
"Fuel EX proved itself a happy climber. From slabs to roots and square-edge hits, the Fuel EX handled it masterfully. A damn fine trail bike right out of the box, no matter your riding style."Read more
"Fuel EX absolutely devours chunky terrain while still retaining the ability to tractor up steep climbs. I have become convinced that a bike with long, stable geometry and mid-level travel really can provide the best of both worlds."Read more
‘The term “quiver killer” may be old and tired, but there’s nothing old-fashioned about a versatile mountain bike that can handle nearly any terrain [...] Riding the Fuel EX this summer was a treat!’Read more
"Fuel EX is a highly adaptable bike that feels comfortable in a really wide variety of terrain but doesn’t confuse itself for anything more or less. Bike riders, rejoice."Read more
"Fuel EX's geometry feels ready for just about anything. There's plenty of traction for climbing and a nice fluttery feel on descents, calmly smoothing out the trail chatter."Read more
Choose from the lighter 130/140 mm Fuel EX Gen 5 with better parts for the price or the more robust 140/150 mm Fuel EX Gen 6 with more adjustability.See the bikes
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Watch Jason from Mahalo My Dude take a Fuel EX from frameset to sweet new build.Watch the video
Follow along as Casey Brown and Kirsten Van Horne let 'er rip from Golden to Kamloops on the new Fuel EX.Watch the video
Take a closer look at Brandon Semenuk and Kade Edwards' inverted rides.Read more
When it comes to being a better trail rider, practice makes perfect. Get seven tips from Pinkbike’s Christina Chappetta that will have you setting PRs and riding with more confidence in no time.Read more
Internal frame storage makes it easy to ditch the pack and still carry your ride essentials.
Active Braking Pivot allows our engineers to tune how the suspension reacts to acceleration and braking forces independently. That means you get more confident control when you need it most.
Install angle-adjust headset cups (sold separately) to tweak the 64.5-degree head tube angle a degree steeper or slacker to your liking – all without impacting your bottom bracket height.
Adjust the leverage rate with just a flip of a chip. Ride it in the Less progressive setting for a plusher feel perfect for rugged trails with square-edge bumps. Flip it to More progressive when you're hitting big features and don’t want to bottom-out, or when you want to run a coil shock.
Size-specific chainstays provide balanced handling to keep the ride nimble for smaller riders and improve front wheel traction on climbs for taller riders.
Craving the nimble ride of 27.5˝ wheels but don’t want to sacrifice the speed of a 29er? No need to choose. The Fuel EX is mullet-ready, just throw Mino Link into high, toss on a 160 mm fork and get ready to party.
The forward-thinking frame design opens possibilities for riders who want full customisation. A bigger seat tube lets you roll with a beefier, longer dropper post, and broader shock compatibility plays well with loads of aftermarket shocks, including coil.
More robust than pressfit, threaded BBs hold up in nasty conditions and make servicing easier.
The two-piece dual-density bolt-on down tube guard protects from rock strikes and shuttle damage – all while quieting the ride with a beefy chainstay guard.
International Standard Chain-Guide mounts offer easy chain-guide installation and adjustment.
|Frame||Alpha Platinum Aluminium, internal storage, angle-adjust headset, Mino Link adjustable geometry, adjustable leverage rate, guided internal routing, magnesium rocker link, 34.9 mm seat tube, ISCG 05, 55 mm chain line, BSA 73, downtube guard, shuttle guard, ABP, UDH, Boost148, 140 mm travel|
|Shock||Fox Performance Float X, 2-position damper, 185 mm x 55 mm|
|Max compatible fork travel||160mm|
|Skewer rear||Bontrager Switch thru-axle, removable lever|
|Max tyre size||Frame: 29x2.5" (XS & S: 27.5x2.5") Fork: See manufacturer|
|Max. chainring size||Max: 34T (oval – 32T) Min: 28T|
|Head set||Integrated cartridge bearing, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom, angle adjust cup compatible|
|Rotor size||Max brake rotor sizes - Frame: 203mm, Fork: see fork manufacturer|
|Bag||Bontrager BITS Internal Frame Storage Bag|
|Weight||M – 4.60 kg/10.15 lb|
|Weight limit||This bike has a maximum total weight limit (combined weight of bicycle, rider and cargo) of 136 kg (300 lb).|