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Saracen Zenith Carbon

£1.999.99 Ex. £2,399.99
Saracen Zenith Carbon

Description

MAKE NO MISTAKE; THIS BIKE IS A FAST AS ITS GULF RACING INSPIRED PAINT JOB!

Fast, light, accurate and built to dissect trails. The 24/30T Mitsubishi UD carbon frame is a work of art but its beauty is not just skin deep. It features a 12 x 148mm Boost dropout system, IS42-IS52 tapered headtube and all cables are internally routed to keep it looking clean with routing for stealth dropper posts as standard. Its Shimano Di2 ready too with a neat battery port hidden in the downtube. It's a bike that blurs the boundary between XC race machine and aggressive trail bike

Specification

Frame: 24/30T Mitsubishi UD carbon / IS42-IS52 tapered headtube / 12 x 148mm Boost dropout system / dropper post ready / internal cable routing / UK developed / 29 specific
Fork: Fox 34 Float Performance / 120mm travel / GRIP 3-pos damper / 3 position adjust / tapered steerer / 15QRx110 Boost
Rear Shock: N/A
Shifters: Shimano SLX M7000 Rapidfire Plus 1x11 speed
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT M8000 Shadow Plus
Front Derailleur: N/A
Chainset: Samox/Saracen custom single 32T narrow wide / Direct Mount / Boost / 170-175mm
Cassette: Shimano M7000 11 speed cassette 11-42T
Chain: KMC X11L
Bottom Bracket: Samox EB2401 sealed cartridge
Rims: WTB STP i25 TCS 29
Hubs: Formula DC-711 Boost sealed bearing 32h front / Formula DCL-348S sealed bearing 32h rear / Saracen Taper-Lock axle
Spokes: Double-butted stainless steel
Tyres: Maxxis Forekaster EXO/TR 29 x 2.35; front / Maxxis Ikon EXO/TR 29 x 2.35; rear
Brake Calipers: Shimano M500 180/160mm
Brake Levers: Shimano M500
Headset: Prestine PT-1860D-616
Bars: Saracen OS 6061 DB alloy riser bar / 760mm wide / 25mm rise / 5 degree up bend / 9 degree back bend
Stem: Saracen 6061 3D-forged alloy / 50mm / A-head / 7 degree rise / 31.8mm clamp
Grips: Saracen lock-on grip
Saddle: Kore Connex
Seatpost: JD YSP12L dropper post / 125mm travel / internal cable routing / 30.9mm (100mm on S size)

Year

2018