Devinci Atlas Carbon 29er Full Suspension

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Product Description

  • Fork: Fox Float 32 CTD FIT 29 100mm
  • Headset: Cane Creek 40-Series Integrated
  • Travel: 110mm
  • Crankset: SRAM Carbon S2210 36/22T
  • Bottom Bracket: SRAM PressFit BB92
  • Cassette: Shimano 10s 11-36T

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Ride info on atlas carbon, bh lynx, or??

Looking for any input from an aggressive build, 140 fork. Not an Xc perspective. Also would like to hear about ripley. Any input is appreciated. Pretty set on carbon and short stays. Goal is aggressively playfulRead More »

Niner RDO carbon 780 vs. RaceFace Atlas 785 alum for 907 fatbike w/clyde rider ??

In short, I am about 235 pounds and I love riding my fatbike. I was down to 225 a month ago but recently gained the weight back...aaaaghhh!!! Anyhow, I am considering upgrading my handlebars. I am currently running a KORE 800mm aluminum OCD bar with a 20mm rise and am considering a 780 Niner RDO fla ... Read More »

2013 Devinci Atlas Carbon RC (29R) VS. 2012 GT Zaskar 100 9R PRO

I'm in the market for a new full suspension XC mountain bike to replace my 24 years old (indestructible aluminum Trek hardtail) and kinda on the fence between these two bikes. I could get the $5300 GT for $3600 on clearance or for the same price, the $4000 Devinci (hand made in Canada with lifetime ... Read More »

Devinci Atlas Carbon

I'm starting a new thread on the Carbon Atlas. These are just shipping and I just built mine up, so offering up some more info on this bike. Everyone feel free to add your Atlas Carbon info and questions. I ordered the frame and had it built with what I like by the awesome guys at OYL in Louisv ... Read More »

2013 Devinci Atlas carbon 29er

[url=]Devinci Atlas Carbon Frame - Fanatik Bike Co. - Bellingham Wa[/url] Looks really interesting. Fanatik Site says 4.5 lbs??? Even at 5.5 lbs it would be interesting. Really Short stays. 110 of travel. Can run 100-140 fork. A ... Read More »

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