Devinci has launched a redesigned version of its trail bike, the Troy. Now in its fourth generation, the Devinci Troy has been updated with improved tire clearance, more aggressive geometry and size-specific chainstays to keep the rider position consistent across all frame sizes.
Devinci Troy Highlights
- Longer reach, slacker head angle that the previous version
- 140mm rear travel/ 150 or 160mm forks depending on build
- dw-split pivot suspension system
- Coil and air shock compatible
- Rider-optimized chainstay lengths
- 29×2.6″ max tire clearance
- Adjustable geometry
- Carbon and aluminum versions
- Price range: $2,799 – $6,199
Updated Rowdy Trail Bike
The Troy has always leaned toward the more aggressive end of the trail bike spectrum. This generation is no exception. Devinci updated the frame with double-row linkage bearings for improved stiffness and durability.
The frame angles were also adjusted to in order to keep this 140mm brawler on course with the competition. The new Devinci Troy gets a 15mm longer reach, a one-degree slacker head angle, and a steeper seat tube angle.
The Troy’s geometry can be further tweaked to suit rider preference by flipping the geometry-adjusting chip conveniently located at the lower shock mount.
In order to provide a consistent rider experience across all four frame sizes, Devinci updated the Troy with size-specific chainstays lengths.
Devinci Troy Pricing and Builds
Devinci is offering the Troy in two carbon and two alloy version with a carbon front/alloy rear model tucked in the middle. All of which are refreshingly affordable and range in price from $2,799 to $6,199.
The range is topped by the still relatively affordable Troy Carbon XT, which features a 12-speed Shimano XT drivetrain, a Fox X2 Performance Elite shock and Fox 36 Performance Elite Fork. This is the only one of the Troy builds to feature a 160mm fork. The others feature 150mm models.
Smack in the middle of the line is this $4,399 matte black model with a carbon front triangle and alloy rear end. This is sure to be a hit with aggressive riders looking to save cash without sacrificing performance. This build features a SRAM GX drivetrain, Fox DPX2 Performance Elite Shock and a 150mm Fox Performance series fork.
At the other end of the price spectrum, the entry to the Devinci Troy line-up features an alloy frame and Shimano’s new 12-speed Deore drivetrain. Suspension is handled by RockShox Super Deluxe Select R shock and a RockShox Revelation RC Debonair fork.
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