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Rotec's Revert is now a reality. Since the last time we showcased it at Interbike, the bike has gotten a bit slacker of a headtube and a steeper seat tube before going to production. Daniel Franks piloted it to a 14th place finish in the Crankworx New Zealand Air DH race.

It features adjustable seatstays, 4.5 or 5-inches of rear wheel travel, internal dropper post routing, and, of course, Rotec's concentric lower pivot. Complete bikes will be sold with a similar build kit made up of DVO, Funn, and BOX components. Interested buyers can log onto their website in the US, contact Evolution Cycles in the UK, and Obscure Cycles in New Zealand and Australia.

John "Sully" Sullivan told us to expect new downhill and enduro bikes in the future, including the use of carbon on some frames. They're reportedly teaming up with the Canfield Brothers to dial in the suspension on those designs as best as possible.

Brandon Turman


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