TURN UP THE HEAT ON TECHNICAL TRAILS, AND DO IT WITH MORE CONFIDENCE AND CONTROL. FEATURING UPDATED SUSPENSION AND ADJUSTABLE GEOMETRY, THIS FEISTY 29ER ADAPTS TO THE TERRAIN.
KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS
Adjustable frame geometry
New flip chip feature lets you change the head tube and seat tube angles, as well as the bottom bracket height, to fine-tune handling for varying trail conditions and individual riding style.
29er confidence and control
Larger 29-inch diameter wheels optimized to roll over rough terrain with balance and stability, giving you the momentum to tackle technical climbs and the confidence to fly on fast, rugged singletrack descents.
Progressive trail design
Lightweight ALUXX SL aluminum frameset features a longer reach and steeper seat tube for aggressive trail riding and improved climbing capabilities. Updated Maestro rear suspension features 120mm of rear wheel travel paired with a 130mm fork up front.
A mountain bike or mountain bicycle is a bicycle designed for off-road cycling. Mountain bikes share some similarities with other bicycles, but incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain, which makes them heavier, more complex and less efficient on smooth surfaces. These typically include a suspension fork, large knobby tires, more durable wheels, more powerful brakes, straight, extra wide handlebars to improve balance and comfort over rough terrain, and wide-ratio gearing optimised for topography and application (e.g., steep climbing or fast descending). Rear suspension is ubiquitous in heavier-duty bikes and now common even in lighter bikes. Dropper posts can be installed to allow the rider to quickly adjust the seat height(an elevated seat position is more effective for pedaling, but poses a hazard in aggressive maneuvers).