Form Cycles Prevail XC Hardtail

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MSRP : $1600.00

Product Description

Experience the advantage of Form design. Prevail has been meticulously designed to counteract the hardships of technical trails from rock gardens to rugged downhills. There is an advantage with stable geometry. Whether you choose custom or stock, your bike will excel above the rest. The frame is made to feel fluid and is geometrically sound. The S-Bend seatstays and chainstays enable maximum tire clearance while providing a more compliant rear triangle. Frame weight and stiffness ratio are optimized through careful selection of each tube for the frame build.

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