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

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

Found 2nd Jan 2014
Frame 6061 aluminium frame with floating chainset for greater sensitivity.
4.125 kg

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

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

Brakes Avid Elixir 5 brakes with 6 hole 200 mm disks

Handlebar / stem / steering Headset: FSA 1-1/8
Stem: MJ Cycle model BOXER02
Handlebar: Aluminium TRUVATIV BOOBAR
Grips: New ROCKRIDER FR grips

Saddle / seat post Rockrider "DROWPNINE" saddle by VELO
aluminium 31.6mm seat post

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.

Tyres Tyres: MAXXIS MINION DHR: The benchmark in terms of grip and durability. KENDA Downhill inner tube.

Pedals VP 559 aluminium specially designed for Freeriding with screw pins.

Accessories / equipment /

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

Nor a bad entry level DH rig.
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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
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Anyone own one of these ??
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