Interactions with Fezzari bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇺🇸 United States
  2. 🇩🇪 Germany
  3. 🇲🇽 Mexico
  4. 🇨🇦 Canada
  5. 🇫🇷 France
  6. 🇦🇺 Australia
Price Points
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$12,000
Categories
EnduranceAeroGravelXCTrailEnduro
eBikes
Bikes
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Fezzari bikes are most popular?

The most popular Fezzari model families are the Empire, Shafer, and Abajo.

Q: Does Fezzari make eBikes?

Yes, Fezzari manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.

Recent Reviews
Bikerumor
Fezzari Veyo aero road bike brings lightweight speed to the streets

Jan 2023

Modern aerodynamics, race-ready geometry, sleek cable routing & big tire clearance make Fezzari's first aero road bike worth a look.

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Cycling Tips
Fezzari chases the aero all-rounder unicorn with with the new Veyo road bike - CyclingTips

James HuangJan 2023

It’s reasonably light, stiff yet comfy, and presumably aero, all at fantastic pricing.

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Outdoor Gear Lab
Fezzari Kings Peak Comp

Jeremy BensonDec 2022

The Fezzari Kings Peak Comp is an impressively well-rounded fat bike with a frame design that makes it a versatile option for both snow and adventure...

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Loam Wolf
2022 Enduro Shootout: Fezzari La Sal Peak

Nov 2022

Our general take away in this Fezzari La Sal Peak review is that the bike most people would be a great ride for most people. Read our review to learn more!

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Outdoor Gear Lab
Fezzari Shafer AL

Jeremy BensonSep 2022

If you're looking to get into gravel biking without breaking the bank, the Fezzari Shafer AL is a solid option to consider. The entry-level model in their...

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Pinkbike
Field Test: 2022 Fezzari La Sal Peak - The Purple Trail Eater

Alicia LeggettAug 2022

With a makeover and some compelling selling points, how did the La Sal Peak stack up against its competition?

Pros
  • Excellent climber for having 170 mm of rear travel

  • Capable in a wide variety of terrain

  • Great parts kit at each price point

  • Extremely customizable

Cons
  • More generalist than specialist - it's not quite as solid as other options on high speed, rough trails

  • Generally "soft" feel

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