Few can claim to have played a bigger hand in the evolution of the mountain bike than Tom Ritchey. And he's still at it.
The original Timberwolf debuted in 1984 as Tom's answer to the growing demand for a mountain bike that could handle more of anything. Reborn 30 years later, the Timberwolf is a hardtail incarnation of an all-mountain trail bike that can shred anything you throw at it. Designed around 650b wheels, the Timberwolf is agile and fluid whether bushwhacking the mountainside or carving single track. It's the bike we can't stop riding.
- Sizes: S (15”), M (17”), L (19”), XL
- Optimized for 140mm travel fork
- Geometry measured at 105mm (140mm fork with 25% sag)
- Designed for use with travel-adjustable forks
- Forged and machined tapered head tube—lighter than standard integrated designs
- Trail specific geometry to handle a more aggressive terrain and riding
- Headset: Integrated 1.5” tapered
Upper bearing: 41.8mm OD / IS42/28.6 (S.H.I.S.)
Lower bearing: 52mm OD / IS52/40 (S.H.I.S.)
- Rear dropout convertible between 142x12 and Standard QR versions (ships with 142x12 + axle)
- 30.9 seat tube with internal dropper post routing
- 34.9 front derailleur clamp - requires high clamp dual or top pull (Caution: Front derailleur clamp MAX torque of 2.5Nm
- Fits tires up to 2.4”
- Weight: 2410g / 5.31 lbs (S/15”, frame only)