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Fuzz 2

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Bike info

- Alloy frame, double pass welds
- Radical geo with adjustable reach and CS length
- 200mm travel front and rear
- Marzocchi Bomber 380 CR fork
- SRAM GX X7 drivetrain
- Powerfull SRAM RE brakes

Main changes for 2018:
- New geometry: slacker, (63 deg), lower BB, CS/RC proportional to FC, new 1.5” headtube
- Marzocchi Bomber 380 CR Fork

The Fuzz has been thrashed and flipped by Sam Pilgrim and it's proved itself in the racing environment too, taking podiums at major DH events worldwide.


It's been ridden at the WC and IXS DH Cup by Polish National Champ, Slawek Lukasik and fast boys from the NS Bikes Factory Racing. The geometry is truly modern - it's low, slack, has a tight rear end and a long front triangle. The 4-bar Horst link suspension has a significant amount of rearward axle movement which helps to absorb square faced bumps. There is also a fair amount of anti-squat built into the design to counter pedal-induced bob. The shock, which is the heaviest part of the frame is tucked away near the BB to keep the centre of gravity as low as possible. The frame features adjustable reach thanks to custom headset.



Bike Specs

Frame Specs

Frame: NS Fuzz w/203mm (8”) rear wheel travel, custom formed and butted tubes, internal cable guide routing option, MAX bearings in all pivots

Shock: X-Fusion Vector R, 240x76mm

Fork: Marzocchi Bomber 380 CR, coil spring, 200mm travel, LSC (low speed compression adjust), reboud adjust, 1&1/8” steerer, 20x110, 46mm offset

Headset: NS custom 1.5" EX56/56, sealed bearings, reach adjustable offset cups (0, +8, -8mm)

Stem: NS Direct Mount 31.8 (40-48mm / 2 positions)

Handlebar: NS Terra Plus (800mm / 31.5” wide)

Grips: NS Hold Fast

Brakes: SRAM Guide RE, 200mm front & rear rotors

Shifter: SRAM X5 10spd

Derailleur: SRAM X7 short cage, 10spd

Bottom bracket: Truvativ Howitzer 83mm

Crank: Truvativ Ruktion, 36t, 165mm

Chainguide: Mozartt Presto with bashguard

Chain: KMC, 10 spd

Cassette: Sram PG-1020, 8 speed 11-28t

Rims: Octane One Solar 27.5” tubeless ready

Hubs: NS Rotary 20 disc (sealed bearing), NS Rotary Cassette 157mm (sealed bearings)

Spokes: 14G-2.0mm w/ 14mm nipples

Tires: Maxxis High Roller II 27.5x2.40 wire, Super Tacky

Seatpost: Kalloy 30.9

Saddle: Octane One Rocker, steel rails

Pedals: -

Bike weight: ~18.1 kg (w/o pedals)

Specifications subject to change without notice. Actual colours and design may vary slightly from the images on the website.

Rear wheel travel: short CS: 202mm (7.9") / long CS: 206mm (8.1")

Tubes: Custom formed AL6061-T6 + AL6066-T6 custom formed and butted tubes, double pass welding in all critical areas, MAX bearings in all pivots

Rear shock: 240x76mm (9.5x3.0"), mounting hardware: front 30 x 8 mm, rear 22.2 x 8mm, spring: S size: 350x30, M size: 400x30, L size: 450x30

Cable routing: internal or external cable routing option

Head tube: semi-integrated 1.5" tapered EX56/EX56, head tube length 120mm (4.7")

Steerer tubes: fits forks with standard 1-1/8" steerer tubes

Rear hub: rear hub 157x12mm, rear axle included

Disc brake: IS-2000 disc brake mount

BB: threaded 83mm with ISCG-05 mounts

Biggest chainring: up to ~38t

Rear derailleur: removable hanger included

Front derailleur: not compatible

Seat post/clamp: 30.9mm / 34.9mm

Max tire: 650B x 2.6"

Weight (w/o shock): ~3.65kg




 Fuzz 1   M L
Wheel size 27,5"
Fork travel 200 200
Reach mm 446+-8 466+-8
in 17.7+-0.3 18.5+-0.3
FC mm 813 838
in 32.0 33.0
Standover mm 692 691
in 27.3 27.2
Stack mm 607 616
in 23.9 24.3
Effective TT mm 630 655
in 24.8 25.8
Actual TT mm 566 587
in 22.3 23.1
Seat tube mm 400 411
in 15.7 16.2
Chain stays mm 442/427 454/439
in 17.4/16.8 17.9/17.3
BB rise mm -2 -2
in -0,1 -0,1
Headtube angle 62.5 62.5
ST angle effective 73.0 73.0
Wheelbase mm 1255 / 1240 1292 / 1277
in 49.3/48.7 50.7/50.1