The REEB Cycles Steezl is a steel-framed enduro bike built using super-cool 3D-printed components and some high-end fabrication know-how.
The Steezl uses technology evolved and experience gained while creating the SST travel trail bike to build the front end while the rear is an amalgamation of two of the REEB's existing bikes with the aluminium rear end being taken from the Sqweeb and Brewser.
However, this bike replaces the Sqweeb, offering a stiffer, more robust and prettier enduro solution.
This bike is completely American-made, comprising a 3D-printed BB cluster and custom 4130 chromoly tubing. The Horst link rear end is the strongest and lightest the brand has made to date, so it's claimed. This section of the bike benefits from CNC-machined rocker links and a polygonal CRT rocker interface for stiffness.
The Steezl's suspension kinematic has been tweaked too in order to reduce pedal kickback when deep in the 155mm of travel.
Thanks to a handy flip chip, the Steezl can accommodate 29-inch hoops or a mullet wheel set-up in five sizes. As for the geometry, the bike has a 64-degree head tube angle, a 77-degree effective seat tube angle, and a chainstay that starts at 434mm on the S, M and L sizes, which then grows to 444 on the XL and XXL. Those rear ends are interchangeable too. As for the reach, on the L frame, that's 480mm.
Prices start at $3,795 for the frame only, and $4,995 for the frame, shock, fork, and headset. Complete builds then start at $6,695.
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