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The Bike journalists were impressed by the bike right from the very first test ride. "When it receives specific orders, the bike responds neutrally and well-balanced and likes the rider to take a strong hand as it whizzes around the corners with ease." We're talking about the Nerve AM 9.0 HS here. HS stands for Hammerschmidt, the innovative Sram gearbox crankset. But even on uphill climbs it sticks to the ground. The longer chain stays make the bike a good climber. The front wheel sticks to the ground like glue even on the steepest of ramps."
But an All-Mountain-Bike should primarily play out its strengths when steaming downhill on the trails. The "Bike" test riders' verdict: "We chose a rather soft test setting for the rear shock for a maximum of traction, but the chassis still hardly displayed any pedal bob. […] The frame harmonises beautifully with the 150mm fork."The bike of course also needs brakes you can rely on on tough trails. "The Formula The One brake levers sit comfortably in the hands and this guarantees optimum control while braking."
All-Mountain or Enduro? Nerve AM 9.0 HS.
Conclusion: "Those who can't make up their minds between an All-Mountain and an Enduro bike will see that the Nerve offers both for the typically low price offered by an online retailer."