Climbing or descending. Downhill or XC. Whistler or Moab. No matter the location or terrain, the Enduro just likes to rip it up. It’ll happily climb singletrack, especially if it leads to a secret trail with 5-foot drops, baby head rocks, and mossy log bridges. A bike this mistake-swallowing and maneuverable, yet light and efficient, lets you ride it all.
WHAT “X-Wing”-designed frames with in-line
suspension, tapered head tubes, and laidback,
WHY Creates the ultimate All Mountain
machine, capable of handling serious
downhill abuse, without forfeiting
efficient climbing or precise steering.
HOW By combining our relaxed, plush
geometries with added torsional stiffness
in select areas, we get a bike that can
absorb huge hits and still climb swiftly.
The “X-Wing” design—with beefed up
seat/chainstays and tapered head tube—
delivers greater stiffness and durability
at a lighter weight. And our in-line rear
shock with FSR technology provides
160mm of active, buttery travel that still
remains firm under pedaling forces.
Replaceable ISCG mounts
WHAT Integrated, replaceable chain guide
mounts designed to accept aftermarket
guides (replaceable version only on
WHY To increase compatibility and facilitate
easy maintenance, while improving
shifting performance and minimizing
HOW Our ISCG mounts meet international
standards for sizing and compatibility, so
aftermarket mounts still fit—and if broken,
they’re easily replaceable.
Specialized Command Post
WHAT Remote-adjust, three-position hydraulic
WHY Allows rider to lower and raise saddle,
on the fly, for more efficiency and control
over varying terrain.
HOW With the bar-mounted lever, riders only
have to push a button, and the seatpost
automatically compresses to one of
three available heights: Climbing position
(full height) for maximum power output
on climbs and flats; Cruiser position
(35mm below) for undulating terrain; and
Descend position (125mm below) for
maximum clearance and maneuverability
on technical descents.