EDRO FS High Modulus UD Carbon Fiber Monocoque Frame, EPS Technology, Cross-Country Race Geometry, 12x148mm BOOST™.
- What is great can get even better. In the new 2021 version, all EDRO mountain bikes will be equipped with Stan’s NoTubes wheelsets and MAXXIS tires, to improve your performance on a Range.
- New Stan’s Notubes wheelsets impress by their excellent lateral stiffness and improved vertical impact absorption, providing even smoother, comfortable and efficient ride.
- The new MAXXIS Aspen 29x2.25 TR tires feature Tubeless Ready and EXO Protection technology, in addition to the dual compound, which guarantee better rolling and greater grip on off-road terrain, thanks also to the greater volume of the tire.
- New SRAM Eagle groups with a 520% range.
- The Ranges had improvements in the frames, with update in the front triangle and change to a 67º headset angle, making the bike even more stable on descents and at high speed. With a longer top tube, it was possible to adapt a shorter stem, which guarantees better handling in sections with high technical requirements.
- The rider's position and aerodynamics have also been improved, thanks to the slightly lower front. The seat tube within a higher angle, centering the cyclist on the bike, providing more power when going uphill and lower bottom bracket, providing more safety when cornering, due to the lowered center of gravity.
- Sloping geometry and boost technology for a more aggressive and agile ride.
- Total internal cable routing, making the bike cleaner and more beautiful.
- Vertical rear shock near the seat tube and bottom bracket with Trunnion coupling, for greater stiffness in the bottom bracket region and lower center of gravity, for better handling and responsiveness.
- Short rear triangle, in a single piece and with the position of the single pivot, results in an anti-squat of approximately 100%. Resulting in a bicycle with high pedaling efficiency and an active suspension for improved traction.
- Suspension in three phases, sensitive, stable and progressive. At the beginning of the shock course, the rear suspension is sensitive and responsive to small terrain irregularities to ensure better traction, efficiency and comfort, in the middle of the course is stable to give the bike more firmness and responsiveness and at the end of the stroke it is progressive and dynamic to absorb bigger impacts and keep the bike stable when crossing large obstacles.