Wait a minute... where's the shock? That's the big questions with the Bold Bikes Unplugged, which was turning heads at the recent Sea Otter Classic in California. Features include 160mm of rear travel, and adjustable chainstay length, bottom bracket height, and headtube angle via flip chips. Press play to learn more about this very intriguing bike.

The Bold Bikes Unplugged allows its owner to change the head angle by 1.5-degrees, resulting in 65-degree or 63.5-degree angle with an 170mm fork.

Bold Bikes Unplugged

The rider can change the head angle by 1.5-degrees to 65-degrees or 63.5-degrees with a 170mm fork.​

Bold Bikes Unplugged

Using flip chips the rider can adjust chainstay length and bottom bracket height without affecting suspension performance.​

Bold is in the final stages of development on the Unplugged, which should be available for purchase around the end of July.

For more information, visit www.boldcycles.com. This article is part of Mtbr's coverage of the 2018 Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California. For more from Sea Otter CLICK HERE.