Optimized
mixed
27.5r/29f

From the ground up.

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Bikerumor Podcast Ep #034 – Mullet Cycles explains mixed wheel size mountain bikes
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Mullet Cycles Debuts Their Mixed-Wheel Ti Honeymaker 29″/27.5″ Hardtail
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Press Release: Introducing The HoneyMaker And The Story Behind Mullet Cycles
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The Mullet HoneyMaker is a very versatile bike that will encourage you to stand up and pedal through the ups and rolling sections while allowing you to push your descending capabilities and smash rugged terrain.
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Mullet Cycles has created a bike that anyone can have a good time on.
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27.5” R/29” F

Trail/Enduro
140mm

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27.5” R/29” F

150mm FS

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27.5” R/29” F

120mm FS

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650b R/700C F

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650bR/700cF

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26” R/27.5” F

Moxie

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27.5” R/29” F

Downhill

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130 years in the making.

(Introducing Mullet Cycles)

The Motorbike utilizes two different wheel diameters in order to negotiate a wide range of speed while being able to handle on different types of surfaces. Our Mullet Cycles have been properly optimized using two different wheel sizes as they’re applied to off-road use.

  • 30 years in the making
  • 5 years of development
  • 2 years of prototyping

no more time to wait!

Built from

Mullet bikes cannot run 2 same size wheels.

They aren’t designed for it.

Some “Safety” or “Symmetrical Wheel” bikes have tried to run a smaller wheel in the back but they weren’t designed for it. Their geometry was designed around 2 same size wheels.

The cart before the horse.