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​Commencal has recently updated their international and regional websites offering four versions of their new downhill chassis, the Supreme DH V4. The newly-designed downhill bikes all use the same alloy frame that gets 220mm of rear travel. It's the same frame that Remi Thirion and Myriam Nicole piloted during the 2015 UCI World Cup downhill races.

The Supreme DH V4 Race model under $4k.

The affordable Commencal Supreme DH V4 priced at only $2999 USD complete.

Prices range from $2999 (the affordably-spec'd Origin) to $5699 (the elite competition-ready World Cup) USD with spec growing increasingly nicer as the price goes up. All the Supreme DH V4 bikes feature Maxxis Minion tires, RockShox suspension and SRAM drivetrains and brakes. The two high-end versions (World Cup and Race) feature ethirteen components where it counts. The Origin and Essential models keep the prices down by using Commencal's house-brand components, Ride Alpha.

Compare all four 2016 Commencal Supreme DH V4 models side by side


Remi Thirion absolutely puts the hammer down on the V4 in this new edit from Commencal

​The Commencal Supreme DH V4 bikes arrive in various sizes at Commencal distribution centers in a few days. They are available for pre-order now on (Europe) or (U.S.).

Remi leaning it like a boss.

An early concept of the V4 as seen in our First Look.

View Vital's First Look at the Commencal Supreme DH V4

Commencal / Vallnord racing  includes Remi Thirion and Myriam Nicole in 2016 with the addition of New Zealand pinner, George Brannigan.

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