ENDURO / FREERIDE
Thanks to our Knation for voting on our new Delirium colors. It was a landslide victory for the Sandstorm so we are putting it into production.
Limited Edition Still Creek Murder
Only 20 of these frames are being produced!
+Rear Travel: 175mm
+Wheel Size & Max Width: 27.5" x 2.8"
+Dropout/Hub Spec: 157 x 12mm axle, DT rear QR, axle 205.3 / 176.3 long, 1.0 thread pitch.axle included. All dimension here
+6066 series hydroformed alloy frameset+Headset: 44mm upper & 56mm lower
+Seatpost Diameter: 31.6mm
+Post Collar: Size 35.0mm
+Seatpost insertion depth: 280+mm
+170/175mm dropper post will fit most riders
+200mm dropper fits on Large & X-Large
+Low stress pivot locations rotate on new long lasting premium BLACK IGUS bushings
+ For crank information check HERE.
+Internal cable routing with Di2 battery compartment
+Industry leading geometry - Long reach, Low bb height and standover
+Upper Chain Guide mount: E-type direct mount
+Chainguide Tabs: ISCG05 (removable)
+BB Shell Spec: 73mm / threaded
+Chainline: 55-57 with 56.5mm optimal
+Rear Brake Tabs: Post mount 160mm
+Two geometry settings allow you to fine-tune your ride experience
+Bottle mounts will fit a bottle even with a reservoir shock
Delirium shock fitment specifications
Shock size: 205 x 65 / Optimal sag: 30% / Reducer & hardware spec: M10 Trunnion mount top x M8x25mm Bottom,
FOX & ROCKSHOX base tune = CL, RM, Climb L (if specified).
FOR SHOCK TUNING PLEASE REFER TO THE MANUFACTURES SETUP GUIDES.
Only Knolly Fourby4 suspension can achieve balance in all four of these categories with no compromise. We can build the bike to deliver the exact ride experience desired which means our bikes are some the best performance full suspension bikes on the market.
BRAKING. PEDALING. TRACTION. CONTROL.
SUSPENSION PERFORMANCE IS FOCUSED ON THESE FOUR CHARACTERISTICS.
The rear triangle pivots determine the rear wheel axle path and the anti brake jack characteristics of the frame. The chainstay pivot placement means the brakes do not lock up the suspension.
The linkage pivots are isolated from the rear wheel axle path and they are directly responsible for the progressive nature of the rear suspension. For more tech nerdy info on our Fourby4 check out our suspension page.