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Specialized Fuse 6Fattie/29

Specialized Fuse 2018


Enduro Trail

At a glance

The 2018 Specialized Fuse 6Fattie/29 is a Enduro and Trail mountain bike. It sports 27.5" wheels, is priced at $1,400 AUD, has SR Suntour suspension and a SRAM drivetrain. The bike is part of Specialized's Fuse range of mountain bikes.

If you show us a trail rider that says they couldn’t use more traction, we’ll show the trail rider that’s never ridden our Fuse. We like to call it the ultimate trail hardtail, and with our 6Fattie Wheel/Tyre System, this becomes more than just talk. Its 650bx3.0 tyres put out more traction, more flotation, and better handling without sacrificing anything to efficiency on climbs. This system also allows you the opportunity to toggle between 29-inch wheels (not included) and 6Fattie wheels, allowing the ultimate in configuration options for the trail at hand. And to solidify itself as a proper trail machine, this iteration of the Fuse places a focus on blending durability with performance.

To do so, we spec’d it with strong alloy rims, a bulletproof one-by drivetrain with plenty of hammering and climbing ability, and a SR Suntour fork with 80mm of travel. It has everything you need to ride harder and go faster, and nothing that you don’t.

Where To Buy



  • Frame
    A1 Premium Aluminum w/ smooth welding, Zero Stack 44 head tube, forged post mount 160mm disc, 141mm QR dropout, alloy replaceable derailleur hanger
  • Fork
    SR Suntour XCM32, 6Fattie, 1-/18" steerer, 47mm offset, 32mm stanchion, post mount disc, 160mm brake, 15mm thru-axle, 80/100mm of travel
  • Hubs
    Front: Stout 110, alloy, sealed cartridge bearings, 15x110mm thru-axle, 24h
    Rear: Stout 141, alloy, sealed cartridge bearings, 6-bolt disc, 10-speed freehub, quick-release, 10x141mm spacing, 28h
  • Wheels
    Stout 38 27.5, 19mm rim depth, 38mm internal width, 24/28h
  • Wheel Size
  • Spokes
    Stainless, 14g
  • Tires
    Front: Ground Control, GRID casing, Gripton compound, 2Bliss Ready, 27.5 x 3.0"
    Rear: Ground Control, GRID casing, Gripton compound, 2Bliss Ready, 27.5 x 3.0"
  • Chain
    KMC X10, 10-speed w/ Missing Link™
  • Crank
    Stout, 76mm BCD spider
  • Bottom Bracket
    Square taper, 73mm, internal bearings
  • Rear Derailleur
    SRAM GX, Type 2.1, long cage, 10-speed
  • Shifters
    SRAM X5, trigger, 10-speed
  • Cassette
    Sunrace, 10-speed, 11-42t
  • Pedals
    Specialized Dirt Pedals
  • Brakeset
    Front: Tektro Auriga, hydraulic disc, organic pads, 160mm rotor
    Rear: Tektro Auriga, hydraulic disc, organic pads, 160mm rotor
  • Handlebar
    Stout Pro Riser, double-butted alloy, 9-degree backsweep, 5-degree upsweep, 15mm rise, 700mm width, 31.8mm
  • Saddle
    Body Geometry Henge Comp, hollow Cr-Mo rails, 143mm
  • Seatpost
    Alloy, 12mm offset, 2-bolt clamp, 30.9mm
  • Stem
    Specialized, 3D forged alloy, 4-bolt, 7-degree rise


Q: How much is a 2018 Specialized Fuse 6Fattie/29?

A 2018 Specialized Fuse 6Fattie/29 is typically priced around $1,400 AUD when new. Be sure to shop around for the best price, and also look to the used market for a great deal.

Q: What size wheels does the 2018 Specialized Fuse 6Fattie/29 have?

The 2018 Specialized Fuse 6Fattie/29 has 27.5" wheels.

Q: What size 2018 Specialized Fuse 6Fattie/29 should I get?

After measuring your height, use the size chart below to find the typical Specialized Fuse 6Fattie/29 size for your height. Remember that these sizes are a general guide and bike sizes can vary between riders and bikes. The best way to find your size is to go for a test ride.

Rider Height (cm)Rider Height (in)Frame Size
148cm - 158cm4'10" - 5'2"XS
158cm - 168cm5'2" - 5'6"S
168cm - 178cm5'6" - 5' 10"M
178cm - 185cm5'10" - 6'1"L
185cm - 193cm6'1" - 6'4"XL
193cm - 198cm6'4" - 6'6"XXL


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