Frame: DH 27.5'' Aluminium Supreme 6 SLT, 210mm rear travel Forks: RockShox Boxxer WC Solo Air 27.5'' 200mm Rear shock: RockShox Vivid Coil R2C 240x76mm Headset: FSA Orbit 1.5E ZS NO.57-1 with 8mm top cap Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP pressfit 107mm Crankset: SRAM X01 DH 36T PF 107mm 165mm, XSync, E13 LG1R Carbon 28-38T ISCG05 chainguide Stem: Race Face Atlas 35 direct mount, 35mm diameter, 50mm length Handlebar: Race Face Atlas 35 W, 800mm wide, 35mm diameter Rear Derailleur: SRAM X01 DH short cage 7-speed Brakes: SRAM hydraulic Guide RSC with Stealth-A-Majig, SRAM Centreline 200mm/200mm 6 bolt Shifter: SRAM X0 DH trigger 7-speed Seatpost: Race Face Chester, 31.6mm diameter, 325mm length Saddle: SDG Circuit DH CrMo Wheels: E13 LG1+ Exalite 27.5" 28C (Front) / 23C 32H 27.5'' (Rear) rims, Formula DHL92 32H 20x110mm/Formula DHG150 32H 12x150mm hubs Cassette: SRAM XG 795 10x24 7-speed Tyres: Schwalbe Magic Mary Super G VSC 27.5"x2.35" (Front) / Super G TSC 27.5"x2.35" (Rear)
|2017 DH World Champs FS Mountain Bike Specification|
|Bike Type||Mountain Bikes|
|Mountain Bikes Type||Full Suspension|
|Colour||Black, Red, Silver|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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Founded in 1946 by Gaston Lapierre, this Dijon based bike company found success due to the growth of the French bicycle industry. Gaston passed the company reigns over to his son Jacky in 1960, and just over a decade later the company's growth meant a new larger factory was required. A shop was also established to showcase their bikes and component lines, thus increasing sales further. The company foresaw the growth in popularity of the new sport of Mountain Biking in the late 1980s, developing bikes for this discipline, as well as sponsoring riders and teams to promote them. Despite being bought out in the mid nineties, Lapierre remains in the hands of family, the grandson of the original founder Gaston put in charge. Gilles set about attempting to dominate the lucrative road bike market in the same manner as they had for MTBs, sponsoring riders and the local road club - SCOD. Constantly looking to improve and innovate, Lapierre have released several groundbreaking technologies included OST Suspension platform, and to this day their professional riders regularly win some of the biggest races on the planet. Nicolas Vouilloz, Danny Hart, Jerome Chiotti, Bradley McGee, Baden Cooke and Thibaut Pinot are just some of the famous names to have competed and won on Lapierre Bikes.
For more details on their history, please visit http://www.lapierre-bikes.co.uk/1946 or you can see their homepage at http://www.lapierre-bikes.co.uk/.
This product is for sale at Chain Reaction Cycles, one of the largest online cycle shops in the world. Opening in 1985, and starting off as a small independent bike shop in Ballynure, it moved to Ballyclare in 1989 and is now based in Doagh (all in Northern Ireland)... For more details on CRC, visit my Chain Reaction Cycles section.