Experienced trail riders and recent full-suspension converts looking for a no-nonsense trail bike need look no further. With just the right amount of active, independent FSR travel for everything from singletrack to bomber descents, the Camber has the technology and capability to smoke your friends anywhere on the mountain.
WHAT All-new hydroformed M4 alloy frame with
120mm of rear travel, integrated headset,
and XC Trail geometry.
WHY To create a well-balanced, fully capable
XC Trail bike with high performance,
high value, and just the right amount
of travel for most riders and terrain.
HOW Through hydroforming—a process where
tubes are filled with high pressure fluids
to customize shaping—each tube can be
specifically manipulated for lighter weight
and specific performance characteristics.
The geo is specially adapted for the XC
Trail experience—with a slightly longer
wheelbase and slacker head and seat
tube angles—to deliver a more playful/
less aggressive position for balanced
climbing and descending capabilities.
In-Line Rear Suspension
WHAT Rear suspension is positioned so
shock, seatstays, and top tube align
with one another.
WHY Straightforward set-up, suppler ride
quality, and better small bump sensitivity
in a lighter weight system.
HOW The in-line design allows bump forces at
the axle to travel directly to the shock for
better bump absorption and a suppler
feel. By hydroforming the tubes in a shape
that accommodates the new suspension
layout, we eliminate extra forgings,
thereby reducing weight.
WHAT Custom SRAM 2 x 10 carbon crankset
with all-new Shimano XTR 10-speed rear
derailleur on Pro-level 26” and 29” bikes.
WHY Double carbon cranks are lighter, stiffer,
better shifting, and reduce the number of
redundant gears—all while providing better
ground clearance and less chain drop.
HOW Triple cranks inherently create redundant
gears because of the three-chainring setup.
By cutting the amount of chainrings to
two (essentially cutting out under-utilized
gears), double cranks reduce weight and
redundancy, yet still give riders plenty of