With a frame weight just over 6lb and plenty of room under its belly, there's nothing to stop the Tracer being built up race light and ready to rip past your riding mates. Riding a large frame set up with 5.5in travel the day before proved more climb-friendly, with great traction feedback and tracking from either end on loose trails.
Yeah, that's it, you're right. And Intense made it more clear with new Spider 2 recently presented by them. Think many riders, and I'm one of them, are aiming for more versatile bikes to be used in a wider range of situations, from trail riding to light freeride. If you want to go lighter than that, you're drafting XC waters, and if you want to go harder than AM or lite FR, then you're seriously considering go FR and DH big.haaki said:the 5.5 and 6.6 are disappearing. no longer on the site line up. I guess the Tracer VP is replacing both