DeKerf Phenomenon XC Full Suspension

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Product Description

If you are more into fast turns than free riding, more into twisty trails than downhill drops then this aluminum XC full suspension bike is the one for you. A cross-country full suspension frame built West Coast tough; the Phenomenon has over three active inches of bump-absorbing, traction-generating travel. It's not the only XC full suspension bike out there, but it is the only one built to Dekerf's standards of performance, aesthetics and precision.

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