The Range is the ideal Enduro race bike, purpose-built to rip downhill faster than any bike should that can pedal and climb as efficiently as it does.
Available in 27.5" and 29" models to suit rider taste and course demands, the Range features modern Enduro suspension performance and geometry specifically optimized for each wheel size. It climbs amazingly efficiently for a bike with this kind of suspension travel but realizes its true potential when screaming downhill with confidence-inspiring stability and control for serious speed over technical terrain.
Race an Enduro, shred gnarly singletrack with friends, or skip the pedaling and do a few laps of the bike park – the Range Carbon is the ultimate accomplice.
Built with our premium carbon technologies and tested well beyond industry standards, the Range Carbon frame is strong, lightweight and durable. The carbon front triangle and seatstay and alloy chainstay and linkarm make for a sleek, fast and capable Enduro bike.
To ensure riders of all sizes achieve an optimal weight distribution, the rear center length of each frame size increases proportionately to the front center length. This gives all riders the ability to maintain a centered body position resulting in predictable grip as well as improved handling, stability, and control.
A rearward axle-path and progressive leverage ratio deliver square-edge compliance, mid-stroke support and bottom-out resistance for maximum speed and control when the bike is pointed downhill. Rear shocks have an upper trunnion mount to improve small bump compliance and grip while long-travel, single-crown forks provide high-speed stability through rough terrain.
Available in 27.5" (XS-XL) and 29" (M-XL), the Range offers choice without compromise. With a frame design delivering speed, agility, control, and a similar ride feel for both wheel sizes, your final choice comes down to riding style, preferred terrain and personal preference.
Yes, Enduro bikes are pedaled to the top, but essentially riders go through multiple DH races over a weekend on the tracks. These bikes are being pushed to the extreme and have to be as reliable and dependable as possible. Strategically placed frame armor under the bottom bracket, on the chainstay, and inside the seatstay helps protect the frame from rocks, roots, and any trail mishaps.