Riding the Zaskar LTD is a speedy and precise experience, carving turns and popping off roots like the very best of hardtails. It's stable at high speed and accurate in ruts, while being fast enough to worry climbing PBs created on race bikes. It also extremely versatile with cable routing for a front mech and an internal dropper post, so you could build it into a trail weapon like mine, an XC machine or even a gravel / bikepacking rig if you want.
Frame weight is about 2.8lbs or 1.27Kgs so it's light without being fragile, just right really. Tyre-wise my Onza Porcupine 2.4s measure up at 2.45" wide and that's as big as it'll take, roughly equivalent to a Maxxis 2.6". The bottle bosses on the seatpost have their threads removed to take a full-depth dropper seatpost. The rivnuts will need to be replaced if you actually need to carry 3 bottles.The other 2 bottle mounts are all perfect, as are the rest of the threads and fittings. Rear hub spacing is 142 non-Boost and I'm running a 148 Boost wheel no problem. In fact the dropouts naturally measure 143.5, so there's only 2.25mm each side in it. Slip the brake disk into the caliper and slight pressure on the drive side will slot a Boost wheel in comfortably. Included with the frame are the original seatclamp, integrated headset I fitted new (for tapered forks), the cable guides underneath and of course the metal inserts for the rear brake mount. I'll supply the Boost length rear axle and a non-Boost one so you can stick whatever in there! Bottom bracket is pressfit PF41 and runs silently.
The Hope one in the pics fits 30mm cranks and I also have a SRAM DUB here. Neither is included but we can deal it in.
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