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    Please list bikes that are sold with the option of 27.5 x 2.6 tires.

    I am aware of only the Specialized Stumpjumper, Yeti SB5, and maybe some Banshee bikes (they can fit, but I don't know if they are sold with 2.6 tires). Thank you!

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    Santa Cruz 5010 and Bronson + builds.

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    Awesome. Thank you.

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    I found that the Ibis Mojo comes with 2.6 tires.

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    Trek Remedy comes with 2.6 tyres I believe.

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    Pivot Mach 5.5 and 6

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    Merida One-Forty

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    Thanks again, everyone.

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    Salsa Rustler will fit a 2.8" (as advertised)

    edit: and its sold with 2.6" tires

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    Fezzari All
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    So, "sold with" vs "fits", why does that matter? Is it just that additional cost to ugrade?
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    For the Santa Cruz bikes, they also get wider rims on the + builds.

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    Kona Hei Hei Trail,
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    Spot Rollik fits 2.6.

    Edit mine came with 2.6 but looks like they now come with 2.35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d365 View Post
    Santa Cruz 5010 and Bronson + builds.
    This was said...and, if it's the correct size, it would be hard to beat:

    https://www.competitivecyclist.com/r...INT_ID=IB25484

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    The 5010...and a ton of other bikes. How many do you want listed?

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