Jumping on the Strive CF 7.0 will feel like you are getting two seriously well-balanced bikes in one package: DH express or XC climber, you can count on having either at your fingertips with the Strive and it’s Shapeshifter tech. Ideal for your enduro racing or your exploration of your local trails, the Strive CF 7.0 will help you take your speed through each tricky trail without having to think about braking. Our Shapeshifter technology makes it possible to change your rig from a climbing machine to DH thrasher at the flick of a switch, adjusting the geometry, suspension kinematics and travel. RockShox reliably provides the suspension. The Lyrik RCT3 suspension fork with 170 mm travel, in combination with the Monarch Plus RC3 damper forms the perfect setup for the most demanding sections. And if the bend should suddenly prove too tight, you can engage the 4-pistons of the SRAM Guide R brakes and take the pressure off. And the SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain will give you access to all of the beauty of the 1x12 system without needing to fork over tons of cash. The DT Swiss EX 1700 Spline wheels with their Ratchet System hubs’ quick engagement and wider tire facility will brilliantly pair with the Maxxis Minion DHR II 2.4 tires in the front for crazy traction and the rear Maxxis Minion SemiSlick 2.3 with serious grip in corners but still roll super-fast. You can buy some peace of mind while you’re raging down the trails with the Strive CF 7.0.
Subject to technical modification without notice. Errors and omissions excepted.
||Saddle Height (mm)||635-735
||Seat tube length||388
||Top tube length||576
||Head tube length||95
||Head tube angle||66 [+1,5°]|
||Seat tube angle||73,5° [+1,5°]|
||Bottom bracket Offset||340 [+19]|
|Seat post diameter||30,9|
|Seat post length||390
BIKE CLASSIFICATION: This category includes all bikes from categories 1-3. In addition it includes use on very harsh, obstacle-scattered terrain with steep gradients and consequently higher speeds. Regular, moderate jumps pose no problem for experienced riders when using these bikes. Extended and regular use in bike parks and when tackling “North Shore” sections should be avoided. Due to increased stresses, these bikes should be checked for damage after every ride. Full suspension bikes with mid-level travel are typical in this category.
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