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Devinci launched an aluminum version of the Spartan less than two months ago. Today the Spartan Carbon becomes official. It retains the same 165mm travel and geometry that makes the bike well suited to Enduro race use, but drops nearly 2-pounds off the weight of the aluminum version. The frame has features similar to several of Devinci’s bikes, including Split Pivot suspension and adjustable geometry via the rear shock mount.

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Spartan Carbon Highlights

  • 6.5-inches (165mm) of rear travel
  • 27.5-inch wheels
  • Split Pivot suspension technology
  • DMC-G Carbon frame featuring EPS molding
  • Aluminum chainstay
  • Frame weight: 6.15 pounds (Medium)
  • DGR-team developed bike
  • FRG adjustable geometry
  • Integrated stealth dropper post
  • Internal cable routing
  • Low standover height
  • Tapered headtube
  • 3D forged linkage
  • 12x142mm rear axle
  • Post mount disc brake
  • Aluminum skid plate
  • Frame carries lifetime warranty

Geometry

In the low position, the bike has a 65.8-degree headtube angle, 17-inch (432mm) chainstays, and 13.27-inch (337mm) bottom bracket height.

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Build Kits, Pricing and Availability

The Spartan Carbon slots in at $400 CAD more than aluminum Spartan, and is available with four build kits or as a frame only.

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This catalogue details each of the builds:

  • Spartan Carbon Frame - 2799$ CAD
  • Spartan Carbon XP - 4299$ CAD
  • Spartan Carbon RC - 5199$ CAD
  • Spartan Carbon SX - 6299$ CAD
  • Spartan Carbon RR - 7499$ CAD

Delivery on the Spartan Carbon will start in October, 2014 in black/white and December for the green/black team color. The new green/black version will also be offered for the alloy Spartan and is available now.

Bonus Gallery

Check out 18 photos of Damien Oton’s Devinci Spartan Carbon race bike here.

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Visit www.devinci.com for more details.

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