B'TWIN DROWP 9 Freeride /Downhill Mountain Bike Was £1900 Now £1120 @ Decathlon
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B'TWIN DROWP 9 Freeride /Downhill Mountain Bike Was £1900 Now £1120 @ Decathlon

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Found 2nd Jan 2014
Frame 6061 aluminium frame with floating chainset for greater sensitivity.
4.125 kg
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Suspension Rockshox BOXXER RC Fork, 200 mm travel.
More lightweight for more speed, and higher speed for higher performance!

Shock absorber: Rockshox Kage R
Weight: 392 g
Shock absorption: Hydraulic with IFP, Extreme release
Configuration: 240 mm x 76 mm

Weight: 2882 g
Magnesium blades, Maxle Lite DH 20 mm axle, Post Mount disk attachment
Crown: forged 6061 T-6 aluminium, compatible with the direct assembly of the stem
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Drivetrain Rear derailleur: SRAM X9;
Shifters: SRAM X7
SRAM PG 970 freewheel in 11 x 26 (9 speed);
Bottom bracket: TRUVATIV model HUSSEFELT 1.0 rg; 36 tooth with dents 170 mm cranks
Chain guide: Bottom bracket: Truvativ HOWITZER
4

Brakes Avid Elixir 5 brakes with 6 hole 200 mm disks
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Handlebar / stem / steering Headset: FSA 1-1/8
Stem: MJ Cycle model BOXER02
Handlebar: Aluminium TRUVATIV BOOBAR
Grips: New ROCKRIDER FR grips
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Saddle / seat post Rockrider "DROWPNINE" saddle by VELO
aluminium 31.6mm seat post
7

Wheels Aluminium double-walled SUN RINGLE wheels
32 hole; Width 31 mm
Hubs: DHL 92 FORMULA (AR DG/G 150) with 20 mm axle at front and 12 mm at rear; 32 hole.
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Tyres Tyres: MAXXIS MINION DHR: The benchmark in terms of grip and durability. KENDA Downhill inner tube.
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Pedals VP 559 aluminium specially designed for Freeriding with screw pins.
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Accessories / equipment /

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i bet the Shock and Fork cost around this price give or take on their own...

Nor a bad entry level DH rig.

5 Comments

Original Poster

http://cdn.mos.bikeradar.com/images/bikes-and-gear/bikes/mountain/full-suspension/1366215174391-1vlxu0o4rrpnm-500-70.jpg

http://media.chopmtb.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Decathlon-Drowp-Nine.jpg
Edited by: "RickT" 2nd Jan 2014

Thats a serious amount of bike for the cash. Never seen a pair of Boxxers on such a cheap bike. Seems decent just for the shocks as those usually retail for £600+

Nice rides, makes my frs look a tad dated

Original Poster

Anyone own one of these ??
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