Commencal Meta 29er teased at Sea Otter

170/160mm front/rear travel with 65.5-degree headtube angle

29er DH Enduro Sea Otter Classic
Commencal Meta 29

The Commencal Meta 29, an enduro racing monster.

Commencal teased their Meta 29 at Sea Otter, displaying it next to their trail taming Supreme DH 29.

The Meta 29 is a 170/160mm front/rear travel 29er enduro monster that will be available around September. It has 65.5-degree headtube angle, 75-degree seat tube angle, and 432mm chainstays. Pricing has yet to be released, but figure under $6000 for the Signature Edition that’s pictured here. Total bike weight is approximately 32 pounds.

Commencal Supreme DH 29

The Commencal Supreme DH 29.

The Supreme DH 29 was also on display. It is a 205mm travel 29er downhill bike, with 63.5-degree headtube angle and 439mm chain stays. The frame uses a forward axle path to help smooth out square edges and runs the chain over the upper link to remove brake jack and keep the rear end active.

Commencal Supreme DH 29

The Commencal Supreme DH 29 chain line.

For more information, visit www.commencalusa.com. This article is part of Mtbr’s coverage of the 2018 Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California. For more from Sea Otter CLICK HERE.

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About the author: John Bennett

With 210 lbs of solid, descending mass, John is a good litmus test of what bikes and components will survive out there in the real world. And with a good engineering mind, John is able to make sense of it all as well. Or at least come up with fancy terms to impress the group.


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