The new Breezer Radar X is built up around an entirely new frame sporting loads of mounts, clearance for 29 x 2.5″ tires, and a reworked geometry that’s better suited for off-road riding. Learn more here…

The Breezer Radar X and Radar X Pro are entirely new bikes for 2021. Although they exist as part of the Radar family, the frames specs and geometry are completely different than the rest. Features like thru-axles, boost hub spacing, and more mounting options make it look pretty ideal as a 29″ drop-bar mountain bike. Breezer also confirms that the the Radar X frames have clearance for 29 x 2.5″ tires—an actual tire width measurement of 64.5mm (2.5”)—with about 6mm of space between the tire and the stays. The Radar X features a wealth of mounts, including rack and fender provisions, top tube mounts, loads of bottle mounts, plus additional three-pack mounts on the fork legs and seat stays. Find details and build kits on both the Radar X Pro and Radar below.

Breezer Radar X Pro

The Breezer Radar X Pro is the most expensive build in the Radar series, but at $1,999 USD, that’s saying something. Besides the fantastic Deep Purple paint job, the Radar X Pro features a Shimano GRX 600 1×11 drivetrain, a WTB i25 wheelset, and big WTB Nineline 29 x 2.25″ tires.

2021 Breezer Radar X Pro
  • 2021 Breezer Radar X
  • 2021 Breezer Radar X Pro

Breezer Radar X Pro Build Kit

  • Frame Breezer butted chromoly steel, BSA threaded BB, Boost 148mm through-axle
  • Fork Chromoly disc, rack / fender & side bottle mounts, 110 x 15mm through-axle
  • Crankset FSA Afterburner Modular DM, 38T
  • Bottom Bracket FSA Mega Exo BSA stainless
  • Rear Derailleur Shimano GRX 812, long cage
  • Shifter Shimano GRX 600 1×11-speed
  • Cassette Shimano Deore M5100, 11-42T, 11-speed
  • Chain KMC X11
  • Wheels WTB ST i25 TCS disc, Formula sealed bearing hubs 148 x110 Boost, 14g SS spokes, 32H
  • Tires WTB Nineline TCS, 29 x 2.25″, Tubeless Ready, Lightweight Casing, Dual DNA Compound
  • Brakes Shimano GRX 600 hydraulic, 160mm rotors
  • Levers Shimano GRX 600
  • Headset FSA 1 1/8″ Semi-Integrated, 36° ACB-sealed, 6.5mm aluminum top cover
  • Handlebar Breezer Big Bar, 6061 alloy, 31.8mm clamp, 46-50cm width, 12° flare
  • Stem Breezer B-Road, 3D-forged 6061 stem body, +/-7°
  • Tape Oval Concepts 300 bar tape, suede
  • Saddle WTB Volt Comp 142×265, Cromo rail
  • Seatpost Breezer setback, 6061 alloy, 30.9mm diameter

Breezer Radar X

The Breezer Radar X is based around the same frame as the X Pro, but features a slightly more affordable build kit with a retail price of $1,499 USD. It comes stock with a SRAM Apex 1×11 drivetrain, TRP HYRD mechanically actuated hydraulic disc brakes, and a clean Stain Black finish. Find build highlights below.

2021 Breezer Radar X
  • 2021 Breezer Radar X
  • 2021 Breezer Radar X

Breezer Radar X Build Kit

  • Frame Breezer butted chromoly steel, BSA threaded BB, Boost 148mm through-axle
  • Fork Chromoly disc, rack / fender & side bottle mounts, 110 x 15mm through-axle
  • Crankset FSA Comet Modular, 38T
  • Bottom Bracket FSA Mega Exo BSA stainless
  • Rear Derailleur SRAM APEX, long cage
  • Shifter SRAM APEX-1, 11-speed
  • Cassette SRAM PG-1130, 11-42T, 11-speed
  • Chain KMC X11
  • Wheels WTB ST i25 TCS disc, Formula sealed bearing hubs 148 x110 Boost, 14g SS spokes, 32H
  • Tires WTB Nineline TCS, 29 x 2.25″, Tubeless Ready, Lightweight Casing, Dual DNA Compound
  • Brakes TRP HY/RD hydraulic caliper, 160mm rotors
  • Levers SRAM APEX
  • Headset FSA 1 1/8″ Semi-Integrated, 36° ACB-sealed, 6.5mm aluminum top cover
  • Handlebar Breezer Big Bar, 6061 alloy, 31.8mm clamp, 46-50cm width, 12° flare
  • Stem Breezer B-Road, 3D-forged 6061 stem body, +/-7°
  • Tape Breezer black
  • Saddle WTB Volt Comp 142×265, steel rail
  • Seatpost Breezer setback, 6061 alloy, 30.9mm diameter
Breezer Radar X Geometry

As far as geometry, the Radar X and Radar X Pro has a rather long front end when compared to other bikes in this category—its extra-long reach is nearly 3cm longer that that of a similarly sized Salsa Cutthroat. Otherwise, the Radar X maintains relatively short 444mm chain stays and a reasonably slack 69° head tube angle. It looks like it’s suited for fast off-road riding, and could be quite fun on smooth singletrack as well.

While the rest of the Breezer Radar lineup has also been updated for 2021, mainly build kits and paint jobs, we think the Radar X and Radar X Pro are the most interesting. To see the rest of the changes, head over to BreezerBikes.com.

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