Point, shoot, rail, and rip with the responsiveness of a carbon hardtail and the capabilities of trail-munching 4 1/2” tread. A dialed carbon frame, a dependable drivetrain, and those big tires mean the Bloodhound delivers whether on hard pack, mud, sand, singletrack, or no track at all. Get out and go for it.
- Lightweight carbon fiber frame with dialed geometry
- Rockshox Bluto suspension fork (100mm)
- Internal cable routing for a clean look
- Stealth dropper compatible
- SRAM GX 1x11 drivetrain
- SRAM Level brakes 180mm front / 160mm rear
- Surly OBD tubeless-compatible rims
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- Bike Size
- Suggested Rider Height
|Top Tube (Effective)||22.8" 580mm||23.8" 605mm||24.6" 625mm|
|Seat Tube Length||16.0" 406mm||18.0" 457mm||19.9" 505mm|
|Head Tube Length||3.9" 100mm||4.3" 110mm||5.1" 130mm|
|Seat Tube Angle||73.5°||73°||73°|
|Head Tube Angle||68.5°||68.5°||68.5°|
|BB Drop||2.4" 60mm||2.4" 60mm||2.4" 60mm|
|Chainstay Length||17.5" 445mm||17.5" 445mm||17.5" 445mm|
|Fork Length||19.0" 483mm||19.0" 483mm||19.0" 483mm|
|Fork Offset||1.8" 45mm||1.8" 45mm||1.8" 45mm|
|Wheel Base||43.4" 1103mm||44.2" 1123mm||45.1" 1145mm|
|Stack||23.1" 586mm||23.4" 595mm||24.2" 614mm|
|Reach||16.0" 406mm||16.7" 423mm||17.2" 437mm|
|Stand Over||27.3" 694mm||29.0" 735mm||30.6" 777mm|
Measurements listed are based on:
- A rigid fork length which is equivalent to a 100mm RockShox Bluto suspension fork @ 25% sag
- A 26 x 4.0” tire measuring 742mm in diameter
- Standover is measured vertically from the top of the toptube, directly above BB center
|Frame||Heller Bloodhound Trail Carbon fatbike frame|
|Fork||Rock Shox Bluto 100mm travel|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM GX, 11-speed, long cage|
|Cassette||Sunrace 11-42t 11-speed|
|Crankset||Samox 1x11 Fat|
|Headset||FSA No.42 ACB sealed cartridge bearing, integrated|
|Handlebar||Kalloy Black, 31.8 clamp 740mm width 5mm rise 9° sweep|
|Shifters||SRAM NX 11-speed|
|Front Brake||SRAM Level|
|Rear Brake||SRAM Level|
|Brake Levers||SRAM Level|
|Rotors||6-bolt 180mm front and rear|
|Saddle||WTB Volt Sport|
|Front Hub||Formula 15 x 150mm thru-axle, sealed cartridge bearing, 6-bolt disc, black|
|Rear Hub||Formula 12 x 197mm thru-axle, sealed cartridge bearing, 6-bolt disc, black|
|Spokes||14 gauge black stainless with brass nipples|
|Tires||Kenda Juggernaut, 26 x 4.5", 30 tpi wire bead|
|Weight||33 lb 7 oz, size medium|
|Crank Arm Length||170mm||170mm||175mm|
|Frame||2016 Bloodhound Carbon|
|Fork||511mm axle-to-crown x 51mm offset rigid fat bike fork|
|Fork Travel||100mm suspension fork|
|Wheel Size||26" fat bike|
|Tire Clearance||Designed for 26 x 4.5" tires on 80mm rim|
|Headset Upper||1-1/8 integrated - FSA No.42 ACB|
|Headset Lower||1-1/2 integrated - FSA No.42 ACB|
|Rear Shock Size||N/A|
|Rear Shock Mount Size||N/A|
|Bottle Mounts||2 per frame|
|Crankset||Outer: 44t, middle (1x): 36t, inner: 24t|
|Bottom Bracket||120mm threaded - for 190/197mm rear hub spacing optimized chainline|
|Front Derailleur||High direct mount for 190/197mm rear hub spacing, top-pull only|
|Derailleur Hanger||Replaceable, FS2900|
|Rear Brake||74mm post mount, 160mm max rotor size|
|Rear Spacing||12 x 197mm thru-axle|
|Rear Thru-Axle||Ø12 x 230L, TP=1.5 TL=17|
|Cable Routing||Full length housing, internally routed through the frame|
|Frame Weight||3.04 lb, size small with rear thru-axle|
Can I run 5” tires on this bike?
The frame won’t quite fit 5” tires, but here are some wider tires that will fit the Bloodhound frame:
26 x 3.8–4.25” on a 100mm rim or 26 x 4.3-4.5” on a 80mm rim
27.5 x 3.0–3.25” (27.5 plus) or 29 x 2.3–3.0” (includes 29 plus)
Can I run 27.5 plus rims and tires on this frame?
Yes, up to 27.5 x 3.25” tires can be fitted. Using rim/tires smaller than this diameter will change the bottom bracket height and might affect pedal clearance.
Can I use a suspension fork on this frame?
Yes, this frame was designed and tested for use with a suspension fork with an axle-to-crown length up to 511mm (typically 100mm of travel). Check the fork manufacturer’s specifications to ensure the model and travel combination you intend to use is equal to or less than this length. Using a longer length fork could result in frame failure and will void the frame warranty. Forks with a 45mm offset are acceptable (increases mechanical trail by 6mm) but 51mm offset are strongly recommended.
I crashed and dented (or cracked) my frame. Is it safe to ride?
Stop riding your frame immediately and take it to the nearest Heller Bikes dealer for inspection. Any dent or crack in the frame tube suggests a structural weakening of the frame and should be considered a safety risk.
What is the warranty for this bike?