It's An All-New Enduro
Tuesday 20 August 2019, Filed in: General
It's an All-New Enduro
The new Enduro blazes down the nastiest descents with utter calm, and it pedals with stunning efficiency. It's a radically new beast, sporting a Demo-inspired carbon chassis, more travel, and progressive geometry that keeps you in control, even when you bite off more than you can chew.
We Made It Faster Over Rough Terrain
We made the Enduro even quicker on the roughest trails by giving the bike a more rearward axle path in key portions of its travel. Why does that matter? Because it reduces the rear wheel's tendency to "hang-up" on big impacts. That means more momentum, more control, and yep, more speed.
We Made It Faster When You're Pedaling
You stomp on the pedals and the Enduro accelerates forward much faster than you'd expect from a bike with so much travel. We experimented with finding the right amount of anti-squat and ultimately adjusted the anti-squat to an amount we felt was ideal for a 170mm travel bike. Bottom line: Less bobbing. More speed.
The Suspension Is Smoother and More Controlled
The suspension is more sensitive to small bumps, yet it's less prone to blowing through its travel on really big hits. We achieved all that by increasing the suspension's progressivity.
We Gave It More Aggressive Geometry
It's longer in the cockpit, so you feel more centred on steep descents. The steeper seat angle improves your pedalling position and the shorter seat tube increases your manoeuvrability.
We Made It Low, Stable, and Quick
The Enduro 29's new linkage places shock mass as low and centred as possible on the frame, giving the bike an incredibly planted and confident feel. And yeah, that also helps you go fast.
It's Strictly 29er and Carbon Fibre
We wanted to create the lightest, most bad-assed bike in this genre. Carbon was the ideal frame material for making that happen. Similarly, it's a 29er-only affair. The new Enduro is all about quickly reaching speed and maintaining momentum like a champ. 29-inch wheels excel here.
It Features Style-Specific Sizing
The Enduro has a long reach that's matched with a short seat tube and stack height. Those traits allow many riders to comfortably fit more than just one size of Enduro. Now, riders can choose their ideal frame size based on both their height and preferred riding style.
How can you help customers pick the best size? Size relative to rider height is a good starting point. From there, the rider has a choice based on the on-trail experience they're looking for.
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