Introducing the Deviate Cycles Guide - A New Gearbox-Equipped Mountain Bike 3

UK-based Deviate Cycles is proud to unleash The Guide, a 160mm travel enduro bike built around the fully-sealed Pinion C-Line gearbox. The brand sings the praises of the gearbox and its 600% gear range, low and centralized mass, improved ground clearance, and less sprung weight for improved suspension performance. At under 33-pounds (15.0kg) this bike is among the lightest full-suspension gearbox bikes available. The frame uses a high pivot point for a rearward axle path and an idler for zero chain growth.

Highlights Full high modulus carbon fibre construction 27.5″ (650b) wheel size 160mm of rear wheel travel Frame weight (size medium): 2782g | 12 Speed C-line Gearbox: 2100g Supplied with highly tunable Cane Creek DBAir CS or DBAir Inline shock Metric shock (210x55mm) Pinion gearbox drivetrain (12 speed C-Line with Magnesium casing) Integrated (and replaceable) chain tensioning system Integrated (and replaceable) bash guard Full internal cable routing 31.6mm seatpost with internal cable routing Enduro double row, angular contact, max fill bearings on all pivots Twin lip wiper seals for all suspension pivots Bonded rubber protection from rock strikes and chain slap 2.7-inch tire clearance

Explaining the Deviate Guide


The Deviate Guide is available in two complete build kits priced at £5699 and £5799 or as a £3399 frame/shock/gearbox combo for custom projects. Learn more at


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