It's one speed to rule them all aboard Breezer's Thunder One. Whether you're hammering in the flats or threading technical singletrack, the butted aluminum frame is light and responsiveness, while the RockShox fork soaks up the rough stuff with 100mm of travel. An eccentric bottom bracket makes setting up the singlespeed drivetrain a breeze. Tubeless-ready 29er rims and tires from WTB mean you'll ride virtually flat-free and with less weight and increased traction. A pair of Decipher hydraulic disc brakes give you tons of all-weather, all-conditions stopping power, and high-quality components from Oval Concepts keep you riding strong.
Pedals sold separately
For over 40 years, from the very beginning of mountain bikes to winning the most Repack races, Joe Breeze has been pushing bicycle technology forward. Joe has been ahead of the curve since 1974, building the world's first, all new, modern mountain bike in 1977. His company, Breezer, born in the shadow of mountain bike's birthplace, Mt. Tamalpais, to create stronger, faster, longer-lasting mountain bikes and components. With decades of knowledge to draw upon, Breezer bikes are more than ready for the trails today.
|Frame||Breezer D'Fusion custom-butted 6066-aluminium w.eccentric bottom bracket, tapered steerer|
|Fork||Rock Shox Reba 29 RL, 100mm travel w/ Puchloc remote lockout, 15mm Maxle|
|Rims/Wheels||WTB ST i19 TCS 29, tubeless ready|
|Hubs||Front: Breezer Disc, 15mm through-axle; Rear: Breezer Single-Speed Cassette|
|Tires||WTB Nano TCS, 29 x 2.1, tubeless ready|
|Crankset||SRAM AKA 1.1G|
|Handlebars||Oval Concepts 250|
|Tape/Grips||Breezer Silicone Race Grips|
|Stem||Oval Concepts 313|
|Brake Levers||Decipher, hydraulic|
|Brakes||Decipher hydraulic disc, Rotors: 7-inch front, 6-inch rear|
|Seatpost||Oval Concepts 300, aluminum|