The Fern Bully is your cross country machine capable of overcoming big obstacles, hell-bent on whipping through the tightest burms, and efficient on the long haul through the forest.
We love the feel of titanium on all terrain bicycles because it absorbs the rough stuff and springs to life when you need it to. Roughly translated, this means that you don’t need nearly as much travel on the fork or an extreme head tube offset in order to make the bike compliant on any blend of terrain. Mix in the right combination of angles and tubing lengths, you get a bike that happily takes you into the wild green yonder.
In technical terms, The Fern Bully geometry is tailored to aggressive cross country riding by blending a steep seat tube angle, tight rear triangle, and moderate reach. Where this bike differs from others is that we designed it to behave quickly on climbs and long stretches of flat trail. It never feels sluggish, but it’s not unstable either. At the other end of the spectrum, it deals with rough downhill terrain intuitively because the titanium frame absorbs turbulence better than other materials. This allows you to focus on your line with accuracy and confidence.
We feel this is the perfect blend of long haul and trail geometries for riding around the Pacific NorthWest. The result is a quick witted ride that tackles big features when you get the dropper down and lean out over the rear wheel, but stays efficient on long miles laden with roots and rock. Don’t let the trail boss you around.
- Fits up to 29×2.6” tires
- Designed for 120mm Front Suspension forks. 50mm (+/-1) offset preferred.
- Boost 12×148 rear 15×110 front wheels
- 173mm 12×1.5 rear axle
- 44mm/1.5” headtube diameter
- 31.6mm seat post compatible. Internal dropper routing.
- Designed for 180mm rear rotor
|1 – Standover||745||780||825|
|2 – Reach||420||438||450|
|3 – Stack||633||642||653|
|4 – Effective Top Tube||605||625||640|
|5 – Seat Tube (C-T) Length||425||445||470|
|6 – HeadTube Angle||67°||67°||67°|
|7 – Front-Center||720||741||757|
|8 – Seat Tube Angle||74°||74°||74°|
|9 – Stay Length||445||445||445|
|10 – Bottom Bracket Drop||65||65||65|