This amazing value trail bike is packed with features that make it perfect for anyone to hit the trails and trail-centres with. Beginner or expert, nobody is going to be sold short with this feature packed model, which comes in at an amazing price thanks to our factory direct business model.
Frame :: On-One 456 Evo Matt Raw finish with Orange Decal
Based around our 456 Evo frameset, we're using the exact same model that we sell to you as a frame only. No corners cut or dodgy things changed. This is a box stock "aftermarket" frameset with bits bolted on. It comes with an ISCG05 chainguide mount if you want to hop things up further after you've bought it. The Evo is as it sounds - an Evolution of the 456 frame we've proven and won tests with over the years. A geometry tweak and graphics update have brought rave reviews from customers who've made the change. More stable, more predictable, better handling - it's all there with this frame.
Fork :: Rock Shox Sektor R 15mm through axle, 140mm travel, alloy steerer.
Sektors are an amazing fork, and this coil sprung model give legendary "buttery smooth" performance with controlled compression and tunable rebound damping. The alloy steerer saves a chunk of weight over heavier steel steerers, often used to save money on some manufacturers bikes.
Headset :: FSA Orbit MX Alloy Cups with ACB Bearings
Keeping you rolling straight and true, an FSA headset keeps you tracking straight and steering free.
Chainset :: Truvativ Firex 2.0AM 170 Blast Black AM 36/24
It's no fun scraping over logs and rocks with a big triple chainset, damaging parts and getting hung up. This Firex crankset features external bearings and a bashring to cover it's 36t outer and 24t inner ring.
Brakeset :: Avid Elixir 1 - with 180mm front and 160mm rear
Gobs of stopping power with SRAM's Avid Elixir front brake. Highly rated and inheriting performance from the higher specced models in the range, the 180mm big front disc slows you down fast and under control.
Wheelset :: On-One 24mm rim, with Formula 15mm front hub and SRAM X-7 Rear. Stainless Spokes with Maxxis High Roller 2.3 60A.
The heart of a good bike, a good set of wheels. Using 24mm rims give a good solid tyre stance, stainless spokes tie the whole thing together well, and Formula and SRAM provide the hubs to keep things spinning. Maxxis High Rollers are a great tyre, and the 2.3in 60A version gives you fantastic grip and performance.
Transmission :: SRAM X5 11-34
Wide range rear cassette gives you a good low bail out gear, and actually is such that it's perfectly possible to run this bike as a 1x9 with the addition of a chainguide.
Bar and Stem :: Truvativ AKA
A 720mm wide trail-ready AKA bar, and 60mm AKA stem gives killer handling and perfect poise. On-One Bob-On grips complete the bar package
Post, Saddle, Clamp :: On-One
Rounding out the parts pick, a 400mm seatpost, test winning Bignose saddle and a proper QR seatclamp.
Bike weight: approx 14kg
|Frame Material||DN6 double butted 4130 chromoly steel|
|Approx. Frame Weight (g)|
|Seatpost Size (mm)||27.2|
|Seat Clamp Size (mm)||29.8|
|Front Mech Clamp Size (mm)||28.6|
|Wheels||26" x 2.5 tyres will just about fit, but we recommend 2.0 – 2.3"" for best performance|
|Bottle Cage Bosses||1 set|
|Fork Travel||150mm MAX|
|Bottom Bracket shell||73mm, English Thread, ISCG05 chain guide mount|
|A||Head Angle (°)||65.7||65.7||65.7||65.7|
|B||Head Tube Length (mm)||90||115||115||125|
|C||Effective Top Tube (mm)||571||592||603||618|
|D||Seat Angle (°)||71.2||71.2||71.2||71.2|
|E||Seat Tube Lenght Centre to Top(mm)||355||406||457||508|
|F||Chainstay Length (mm)||425||425||427||429|
|G||Standover Height (mm)||744||778||805||830|
Geometry based on fully extended 150mm fork
|Rider Height||Inside Leg||Suggested Frame Size||Stem Length|
|5'2" to 5'7"||<29"||14”||40-60mm|
|5′6″ to 5′10″||28”-31||16”||40-60mm|
|5′9″ to 6′1″||30”-34”||18”||40-60mm|
|6′ to 6′4″||33”-37”||20”||40-80mm|
All frame size recommendations are approximate. A good fit will also depend on the correct choice of stem length, correct bike set-up for the rider and riding style.
Correct frame size choice can also depend on a rider’s torso and limb length.