MT 650

Hardtail Bliss on 650b Wheels and as with every titanium frame that bears the Lynskey name, the new MT 650s are built by our Chattanooga craftsman from the first spark to the last brush stroke here in our USA factory.

Starting at $1678

The MT 650 is the perfect balance of quickness, comfort and lightweight for cross country riding and racing
Clearance for up to a 2.4 tire
Dual water bottle mounts
Handmade with certified aerospace grade 3Al/2.5V titanium in Chattanooga, TN
Wright style dropouts accept 9mm QR axles
Front end is designed for use with 100-120mm travel suspension fork

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  1. 2014 MT 650 with Shimano XT

    2014 MT 650 with Shimano XT

    $4,273.00
    Special Offer:
    0% APR/36 Month Financing
    Your monthly payment: $118.69
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    30% Cash Rebate Price: $2,991.10
    You save: $1,281.90

    The MT 650 leads the pack in the 27.5-inch hard tail set. The straight forward disc-ready design, made-in-Tennessee build quality, fantastic handling and killer component mix are certain to make this an instant hit with race-minded riders. If you've been looking for the ride characteristics of steel, with the combined lighter weight and lifetime durability of titanium, look no further than Lynskey's new Silver Series.

    Note: New for 2014 - 44mm OVERsized head tube plainly pictured here.

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  2. 2014 MT 650

    2014 MT 650

    $1,678.00
    Special Offer:
    0% APR/36 Month Financing
    Your monthly payment: $46.61
    -OR-
    30% Cash Rebate Price: $1,174.60
    You save: $503.40

    The 2014 MT 650 is a hardtail perfect for the weekend trail enthusiast who internalizes the heart of a competitor. Handmade in Tennessee from certified aerospace grade 3AL/2.5V titanium and ready for disc brakes, this 650b frame is dialed to be nimble, fast, and durable but still at an incredible price.

    Note: New for 2014 - 44mm OVERsized head tube plainly pictured here.

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