2022 Altitude Powerplay Wheel Sizing and Hub Spacing
The 2022+ Altitude Powerplay is designed around a 29'' wheel. All sizes use the same boost spacing front and rear. You will also find information relating to tire clearance and disc brake specifications in the table below.
|Model||Wheel Size||Front Hub||Rear Hub||Axle Length (Rear)||Max Tire Clearance||Disc Brake Standard||Max Rotor Size|
|Alt PP Carbon||29||15mm x 110mm||12mm x 148mm||175mm, 1.5 (thread pitch)||29 x 2.6||200 PM||223mm|
|Alt PP Alloy||29||15mm x 110mm||12mm x 148mm||175mm, 1.5 (thread pitch)||29 x 2.6||200 PM||223mm|
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Can I put 27.5'' wheels on my 2022 Altitude Powerplay?
- We do not recommend swapping your wheel size to 27.5 at this time. The smaller wheel size will lower the frame's bottom bracket height, resulting in a higher likelihood for pedal strikes. Additionally, the smaller wheel size has not been programmed in the current software; meaning the bike will travel slower, approximately 1.5 mph.
- Can I make my 2022 Altitude Powerplay a mullet?
- As mentioned above, the rear triangle of the new 2022 Powerplay models are designed around a 29'' wheel size. Running a smaller wheel in the rear will result in a lower bottom bracket, increasing your likelihood of pedal strikes, and is not recommended.