First Look: Redesigned 2016 Devinci Troy

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Devinci has made several improvements to the Troy for 2016 with the goal of making it even more capable. Listen in as we discuss what's new and why, then see the bike in action under Stevie Smith and Mark Wallace.


Highlights

  • Carbon and aluminum models
  • 27.5-inch (650b) wheels
  • 140mm (5.5-inches) of rear wheel travel
  • 5th generation Split Pivot suspension
  • Two-position adjustable geometry
  • Improved standover height
  • Internal cable routing (now similar to Spartan)
  • Post mounts rear disc brake
  • Tapered headtube
  • BB92 press fit bottom bracket shell with ISCG05 mounts
  • 1x only drivetrain on carbon models; direct front derailleur mount on alloy
  • Boost 148mm rear spacing with 12mm through axle
  • Frame weight: 6.8-pounds for carbon; 8.5-pounds for aluminum (size Medium with shock and hardware)
  • Lifetime warranty

Note that the photos in the feature are of a preproduction frame. It will see some minor updates and paint changes before the final version.


In Action

Watch as Stevie and Mark put the Troy to good use on the trails surrounding Whistler, British Columbia:

New vs Old Geometry


Build Kits and Pricing

The 2016 Troy will come in four aluminum completes and one carbon model. Prices start at $2,600 USD for the full build. A frame only option is also available with RockShox Monarch RT Debonair shock and FSA headset.

Available this November. Visit www.devinci.com for more details.

Photos by Brandon Turman

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