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Check out this cracking new 650B offering from Devinci bikes, the Troy.

Devinci Troy- 650b

The Devinci Troy has been designed as a 140mm trail bike that can handle all that’s thrown at it! As was shown by Stevie Smith when he won this years Crankworx Fox Air DH race on it.

Devinci Troy Carbon Details
• Intended use: trail/all-mountain
• Rear wheel travel: 140mm/5.5”
• Wheel size: 650B
• Carbon fiber front triangle, seat stays
• Aluminum chain stays
• ISCG 05 chain guide tabs
• 12 x 142mm Maxle
• Internally routed cables
• Frame weight: 6.07lb (claimed, w/ shock,)
There will be both carbon and aluminium frame offerings, with full bike builds also availble. Bike and frames will be available early 2014.

Frame Details

The aluminum and carbon fiber Troy frames may share similar lines to the more aggressive Dixon platform, but the Troy is a completely new design from the ground up. The similarities in their appearance shouldn’t come as a surprise, though, as the Troy employs the same Split Pivot suspension layout that is used on the rest of Devinic’s performance full-suspension lineup, although the pivot locations have been altered to better suit the bike’s slightly shorter 140mm of travel. This is also the first carbon mountain bike frame from Devinci that makes use of internal cable routing, with the lines entering via ports located just behind the head tube and exiting the down tube near the BB92 bottom, and internal sleeves that make changing a cable a cinch. There is also built-in routing for an internally routed dropper post line, with the the top three carbon models coming complete from Devinci with a Reverb Stealth. A set of ISCG 05 chain guide tabs allows riders to mount a single or dual-ring guide if required.

Just like the carbon Dixon, Atlas, and Wilson, the Troy’s front triangle is molded as a single monocoque piece, meaning that there is no tube bonding required during the manufacturing process. The Troy also employs a carbon fiber seat stay assembly and an aluminum rocker link, complete with angle adjusting chips that can be flipped to tweak the head angle by half of a degree (67.6 to 68.1) and the bottom bracket by six millimeters (333 to 339mm). The finished product weighs in at 6.07lb (claimed) with a FOX Float CTD shock.

Devinci Troy- 650B

Devinci Troy- 650B

Split Pivot Suspension

Having been in use for a few years now, the Split Pivot suspension design used on the Troy has proven to be both reliable and offer active suspension that can still be pedalled well. The key to the system is its concentric pivot that rotates directly in line with the rear axle, allowing the bike to remain relatively active under braking while also allowing the main pivot to be positioned with acceleration in mind instead of also having an effect on braking forces.

Devinci Troy- 650b

There will be 2 full bikes in the line up, a aluminium and carbon offering. All model specs and U.K pricing available on request.
We have both medium and large bikes in stock and on the demo fleet. If you have further questions on the Troy or would like to buy or demo one please call 01694 781515.

Stevie Smith mid run on his Devinci Troy

Stevie Smith taking the win on his Devinci Troy

Check out this cracking video of the Crankwork Air DH sponsored by Fox. Oh and Stevie Smith shredding on his Devinci Troy.

Crankworx Fox Air DH on Pinkbike

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