The short, 406mm (16”) chainstays keep things playful, while the roomy 610mm (24”) effective top-tube length lets you throw the bars even if you run ‘em uncut. Dual slalom? Absolutely. Want to set it up with a dropper post for some trail shredding? Don’t see why not. And, with 100mm of stiff, custom-tuned rear travel the Slayer SS is as comfortable cruising through your local dirt-jump set as it is cork-flipping the cabin stepdown at Crankworx. The Slayer SS uses our patented SmoothLink suspension system. In contrast to many single pivot SS frames on the market, the Slayer SS has is pedal neutral and has a progressive suspension curve.
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I'm swapping my old 1-1/8th fork on here for a new fork that has a strait 1.5" steerer. My current headset is an FSA orbit 1.5R headset... I'm clueless when it comes to headsets, and was wondering if ya'll knew any that would fit this frame with a 1.5" steerer... The cheaper the better, due to me be ... Read More »
I have a week old 2013 rm slayer ss and the headset is coming loose. Replaced the plastic crown race and compression ring but still having the issue. Maybe the stem is slipping? The star nut is getting pulled out. Just curious if anybody else has similar problems?Read More »
Hey ya'll, been riding my 2008 Slayer SS for a couple months now. I love it. Only one complaint. It's heavy. No big deal though, it's a freeride bike. I can live with it. but it does kinda get to me sometimes. Feels hard to whip and toss around in the air, even though it's very nimble on the trails. ... Read More »