Product DescriptionThe bike's KS Link suspension design - the original Rune used Banshee's VF4B system - offers 160mm of travel, bumped up from the previous iteration's 150mm, and geometry revisions include a slacker head angle and lower bottom bracket height that better match how aggressive riders are using modern all-mountain bikes. Earning turns has not been put by the wayside, though, with a steeper seat angle that should work well with the seated climbing position a bike like the Rune responds best to.
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