The Strive CF 9.0 provides a rare mix of adaptability and efficiency that sets it apart from any other full suspension trail and enduro bike. This is a lightweight carbon frame with an aggressive Race Geometry that is defined by a longer stack and reach to guarantee a stable and quiet ride even on the most turbulent downhill sections. As if by magic, you think you’ll have started out on an enduro bike with XC racer qualities only to have it turn into a downhill machine at the push of a button. The powerful Fox Factory 36 Float suspension fork with 170 mm of travel will withstand the roughest trails with agile responsiveness. The Fox Factory Float X EVOL shock absorber with and extra-large air chamber perfectly unites with the bike and feels like they are made for one another. The SRAM X01 Eagle with 12-speed drivetrain will amaze every MTB purist. The extremely warp-resistant cassette with a huge bandwidth not only gives the bike a clean look but also always keeps the right gear at the ready. The internal cable routing keeps the lines clean and eliminates rattling with the clever method of winding the cables snuggly through the tubes. DT Swiss EX 1501 Spline are heavy-duty endure wheels that ride and accelerate like XC racers. Tubeless ready, the front comes with a 30 mm wide rim in order to accommodate a wider tire for maximum traction while the rear wheel has a narrower 25 mm rim for a thinner tire that will roll really well with a direct trail feel at a higher pressure. If you are looking to buy a race-oriented full suspension enduro MTB, you could hardly do better than the Strive CF 9.0.
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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