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Evil Twin - The New Full Suspension Bike from SwiftCarbon



SwiftCarbon (Portugal) – "We designed it to ride just like the Detritovore hardtail, just with the control and traction that 100mm of travel offers. When designing the kinematics, we wanted the shock rate to ensure pedalling responsiveness, plushness in mid-stroke and progressive near the bottom of the travel. It’s a true competition bike. Absolute Accuracy, Efficiency and Confidence when concerning hard, bombing descent or Flat-Out sprinting", explained the company about their 2018 Evil Twin Full Suspension Bike.

Features:
  • Down tube protection includes full-length cable housing routing
  • Cable routing for stealth dropper post
  • Race-bred geometry
  • Two bottles holders capacity
  • Bike weight: 10420gr.

Evil Twin 29*ER XX1 Eagle Specifications:
  • Frame: Swiftcarbon
  • Fork: Rock Shox SID WC R 29" 100MM
  • Rear Shock: Rock Shox Monarch XX
  • Headset: FSA Orbit C40 ACB 15MM 1"1/8-1.5"
  • Handlebar: FSA K-Force Carbon 70MM
  • Stem: FSA K-Force MTB 90MM - 12ΒΊ
  • Grips: Ritchey WCS Locking Black
  • Seatpost: FSA K-Force Carbon 27.2X400
  • Seat Clamp: Swiftcarbon
  • Saddle: Fizik Tundra Nylon Carbon Reinforced Wingflex
  • Right Shifter: Sram XX1 Eagle Trigger Gold
  • Front Brake: Sram Guide Ultimate Carbon
  • Rear Brake: Sram Guide Ultimate Carbon
  • Front Rotor: Sram 160MM
  • Rear Rotor: Sram 160MM
  • Rear Derailleur: Sram XX1 Eagle Gold
  • Bottom Bracket Set: PF30/BB386 BB MTB
  • Chainwheel: Sram XX1 Eagle 170MM Gold 34T
  • Chain: Sram XX1 Eagle Gold 12S
  • Cassete: Sram XG 1299 Eagle 10-50T
  • Front Wheel: Mavic Crossmax Pro Carbon 29"
  • Rear Wheel: Mavic Rossmax Pro Carbon 29"
  • Tire: Mavic Pulse Pro 2,25
  • Tube: Mavic Tube
  • Digital Manual: Digital User Manual
  • Pen Drive: Pen Drive
  • Drawstring Bag: Swiftcarbon Drawstring Bag







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