Element C Frameset

Prix de vente$4,299.00
Rated 4.3 out of 5
Based on 12 reviews
Taille de roues : 29
Taille : SM
Couleur : Bad to the Bone / Smokin' in the Boys Room
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Fonctions et technologies

Réglage spécifique à la taille

Le réglage spécifique à la taille garantit que les cyclistes de toutes tailles bénéficient du bon équilibre entre la conformité aux petites bosses, le soutien à mi-course et la progressivité en fin de course. Notre équipe de conception réalise des réglages d'amortisseurs personnalisés basés sur des tests en conditions réelles, et ajuste chaque réglage pour des tailles de cadres spécifiques.

Système d'ajustement RIDE-4

Le système de réglage RIDE-4 permet aux riders d'affiner rapidement leur géométrie à l'aide d'une simple clé Allen. Quatre configurations sont possibles grâce à une puce rotative.

Carbone SMOOTHWALL™

Le carbone Smoothwall utilise l'un des processus de carbone les plus sophistiqués au monde pour offrir un rapport rigidité/poids, une qualité de conduite et une durabilité de premier ordre.

average rating 4.3 out of 5
Based on 12 reviews
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Reviewed by Xai
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Rated 5 out of 5

Bad ass bike a10

I've hit 10 foot table, gap jumps, and 6ft drop with this beast. It's much more nimble and climbs better then my altitude. This is my go to bike for 95% of my riding, it feels like it has way more travel then advertise. You can get this thing going downhill really fast and this is were my only complaint is about this bike, the brake sucks, the stock 2 piston brake will not lock up the rear wheel with one finger. I upgraded to the 4 piston entry level shimano brake for the rear brake now I got one finger lock up again. BUY THIS BIKE YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.

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Reviewed by UsurpedLiberty
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Rated 3 out of 5

Delicate Bike

My wife and me both own this bike. My wife has bent the rear rim and I have broken it. My wife is very gentle if she bent this wheel you will too. The worst part is the wheels are 28 hole meaning the hubs are too and you have to stick with 28 hole 27mm internal width rims which will never happen unless you buy the same garbage rim. ALSO they are center mounted rotors which is extra annoying with the play and compatibility. I get it's for weight savings but at what cost. The worst is I bought this bike at the 4k inflated cost when this bike and its components are worth around the 2.8k its now listed for. I have started to oval the bearings on the bike and I'm not the first either. If you ride like a grandma or slower than my wife this bikes the bike for you. The bike has more pedal bob than most enduro bikes now a days and has to be climbed in the middle compression setting. With that the bike sits so low (at 27% sag) that if you climb a lot (on your cross country bike....) you will hit pedals on everything granted I live in the desert but this one will hit the pedals on a deep rut... never had that happen before. The shimano brakes and drivetrain are excellent great job on that spec. The dps rear shock is mounted in such a way that the climb lever sticks out right between your knees and my wife constantly hits it on accident and throws it into the middle compression setting. I don't have this issue but if you have larger legs or run big knee pads and are short you will…

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