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Warden DP (Dawn Patrol) starting at $4607USD
Fork Rock Shox Lyrik Ultimate RC2 160mm 15x110 Boost 46mm offset
Headset Cane Creek 40
Stem Chromag Hi-Fi 35mm clamp 50mm black
Bar Chromag OSX 35 blk/grey 800mm wide
Grips Chromag - Basis - blk
Front Brake Sram CODE R
Rear Brake Sram CODE R
Front Rotor Sram Centerline 200mm
Rear Rotor Sram Centerline 180mm
Rear Shifter Sram GX Eagle 12 spd
Seat Post Reverb 31.6 150mm 1x remote
Seat Post QR Knolly NQR
Saddle Chromag Lynx DT - blk
Chain Guide One Up Bash Guide, ISCG-05
Crankset SRAM GX EAGLE DUB. 175mm. 30t
Bottom Bracket Sram DUB MTB73
Rear Derailleur Sram GX Eagle 12spd black
Cassette Sram XG 1275 GX Eagle
Chain Sram GX Eagle 12 spd
Wheelset Spank Oozy Trail 345. 32H. Tubless Ready
Front Tire Maxxis Minion DHF 2.50WT MaxxTerra 3C 60tpi EXO TR
Rear Tire Maxxis Minion DHR II 2.30 MaxxTerra 3C 60tpi EXO TR
Starting at $46075USD and $6142CAD
Warden DP Plus (Industry 9 wheels) starting at $5055USD
Fork Rockshox Lyric Ultimate RC2 160mm 15QR x 110 Boost
Wheelset I9 Enduro S 15x110 12x142 SRAM XD
Front Tire Maxxis Minion Minion DHF 2.50WT MaxxTerra 3C 60tpi EXO TR
Rear Tire Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5x2.30 MaxxTerra 3C 60tpi EXO TR
ALWAYS IN CHARGE.
The Warden has been regulating trails around the world for three years now, and in fine style. This design oozes versatility with adjustable geometry, and is ready for any type of riding you can muster. From all day epics to bike park laps, the Warden has been lighting up the enduro/all-mountain scene ever since its release.
Featuring our tried and true Fourby4 suspension design, the main focus of the Warden is traction, uphill and downhill. This bike stays glued to the ground in any situation, making it the ultimate weapon for enduro racing, or on your next lap around your local loop.
+Rear Travel: 155mm or 6.1"
+Wheel Size & Max Width: 27.5" x 2.5"
+Dropout/Hub Spec: 142 x 12mm axle. All dimension here
+Headset: 44mm upper & 56mm lower
+Seatpost Diameter: 31.6mm
+Post Collar: Size 35.0mm
+Seatpost insertion depth: 280+mm
+Entire frame formed by superior 'internal mandrel' layup process
+Dual ring compatible / 38t single ring ok
+Low stress pivot locations rotate on long lasting IGUS bushings
+Full internal routing via custom door system. Rear brake can be routed externally
+Front Derailleur: Shimano side-pull
+Chainguide Tabs: ISCG05
+BB Shell Spec: 73mm / threaded
+Rear Brake Tabs: Post mount 160
+Two geometry settings allow you to fine-tune your ride experience
+Removable downtube guard included
+Downtube trap door aids cable routing and houses di2 battery
+Full length seatube allows for 175mm dropper posts
+Integrated rubber chainstay protector included
+Frame can be run with 200mm rotor
REAR SHOCK SPECS
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.
Warden shock fitment specifications
Shock size: 7.875 x 2.25 / Optimal sag: 30% / Reducer & hardware spec: 2016-2018 = 21.8mm x M6 Top & Bottom,
NEW 2019 = 21.8mm x M8 Top & 21.8mm x M6 Bottom
FOX & ROCKSHOX base tune = CL, RM, Climb L (if specified).
FOR SHOCK TUNING PLEASE REFER TO THE MANUFACTURES SETUP GUIDES.
Yes, you see an extra linkage here. This is the secret sauce in the Fourby4 design. It allows us to decouple the performance aspects of the rear suspension, which means we can fine-tune each bike to match its intended purpose. Put simply - the lower linkage controls the rear wheel axle path, and the upper linkage controls the shock progression.