Powered by their testing is everything ethos, Devinci’s latest Troy all mountain bike boasts the company’s fifth generation split-pivot suspension platform, which is claimed to increase bottom-out force.
Meanwhile, its team-inspired geometry, including a 66-degree head angle, is designed to tame steep, rugged, and unpredictable terrain, while stubby 432mm chainstays keep things playful and snappy. The bike is available in 27.5 and 29er forms. Suspension travel is 140mm rear, and 150mm or 160mm front depending on the build. Here’s a rundown of other key features.
- Threaded BB
- Full carbon Frame (including rocker)
- Relocated adjustable geo flip chip
- Asymmetric construction
- Downtube and chainstay molded rubber protector
- Two bottle cage position options
- Low standover height
- Dropper compatibility up to 170mm on L and XL frames
- Chainring clearance 38t with 55.5mm chainline
- Tire clearance 29×2.4
- Metric rear shock with Trunnion mount
- Coil compatible
- Post mount 180mm
- Compatible with FRG cup
Prices for the carbon framed bike range from top of the line SRAM XO1 Eagle build for $8799, to a less eye watering SRAM NX version for $4449. Frame and fork are $3249. There’s also an aluminum frame model set for release in late fall. It will have the same 140mm/150mm travel set-up, and will also be available in 27.5 and 29er with SRAM Eagle GX ($3749) and SRAM Eagle NX ($3199). The alloy frame and shock will sell for $1999. Scroll down to see complete build specs on the carbon bikes.
For more info on the Devinci Troy head to www.devinci.com.