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The Sola range is designed for the performance orientated and weight conscious cross country rider. The all-new alloy frame is very lightweight, with carefully designed tubing profiles resulting in great stiffness and comfort in key areas. All models come with compact tapered head tubes and short chain stays ensuring direct and precise handling characteristics. The larger 29 wheels smooth out the trails, inspiring confidence over rough terrain.
No exposed cable means that your bike shifts crisper and smoother for longer. Cable and housing replacements are quick and easy.
A standard threaded bottom bracket shell makes for quick and simple maintenance, and many trouble free miles.
Rear thru axle provides a stiff and secure fastening of the rear wheel. The frame supports the 142 x 12mm standard and enhances rear wheel tracking in rough trail conditions for added rider control.
Steering precision and front wheel tracking is improved with a tapered headtube and suspension fork.
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AFTER A TOUGH CLIMB, THE REWARD IS A QUICK DESCENT. MARISKE STRAUSS TAKES ADVANTAGE OF THE DRY TERRAIN TO MAKE A FAST DESCENT IN CYPRUS.
Cloud Grey / Hot Red / Arctic White / Somber Grey
S, M, L, XL
Tyres: Maxxis Crossmark, 29” x 2.1, 120TPI, Folding, Black
Seatpost: Sector Level, Alloy, Dia 31.6mm, S/M: 350mm; L/XL: 400mm, Black
Saddle: Sector, Cr-Mo Black Rails
Shifters: SRAM NX X-Actuation SL Trigger Shifter, 11 Speed, Black
Front Derailleur: N/A
Rear Derailleur: SRAM NX X-Horizon w/ Rolling Bearing Clutch and Cage Lock, Black
Cassette: SRAM XG-1150, 11 Speed, 10-42T, Silver
Crankset: RaceFace Aeffect, 32T, XS/S: 170mm; 175mm All other sizes, Black
Bottom Bracket: RaceFace, BB92, Pressfit
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