Bike Check: Delirium V4 DH
Updated: Oct 5, 2020
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How tall are you? I am 6ft tall, 190 pounds in full riding gear. What size frame? Large.
What’s your build spec? -Cane Creek ZS headset -Sr Suntour RUX 200mm fork - 80psi setup with slow rebound -Rockshock super delux rear shock - 260psi setup with slow rebound -Deity 800 38mm rise black label handle bars cut to 760mm -Deity Intake stem -Sensus disdaboss grips -Shimano zee 10 speed derailer -Shimano saint 203m rotors & brake set -Road bike cassette -Deity side track seat / post -Deity T-Mac pedals -Sun ringle MTX rims -Maxxis minion DHF 2.5 29psi -Maxxis minion DHR 2.4 30psi -Kmc gold chain -Raceface Atlas 165 crankset
How much does it weigh? 36.8lb
What’s your intended use (where do you ride it/trails)? Freeriding, big mountain and bike park.
Where do you live? Small town in Alberta called Banff Why do you love your new ride? I love how versatile this bike is, although I don't have the delirium setup very climb or pedal friendly, I can see the potential it has for many different setups.. you can pretty much setup this bike to match whatever type of riding style you have. Coming from the 2019 Delirium I didn't expect much change but with the new design and geometry and the way I have it setup makes the delirium feel like a true downhill bike. My first day on the new delirium I was already feeling at home with being in the air and hitting some of the local features. The one thing I noticed right away was it goes very fast. Over the next few weeks, I will try to dial in my suspension better and really seeing what this bike is capable of.. right now I have it setup for big jumps. The one thing I love most about Knolly Bikes is not having to think about the performance or quality of the bike while out riding; you know they are designed top of the line and preform on the same level, the designing and engineering behind every one of these bikes is un matched.