• the core of enduro.
A full-on enduro bike which was developed with the input of world-class riders and a great mix of technologies. The hybrid frame with 170mm of travel can deal with just about anything you through at it and always rides as nimble as a mountain goat. The modern geometry – short in the back and long at the front – allows a perfectly balanced position on the bike and puts the rider in full control even in harsh conditions. Never before could you push your own limits with such confidence. The way the frame is built utilizes the different properties of carbon fibre and aluminium to its maximum effect, keeping weight and cost down while increasing stiffness and overall performance.
Frame 27.5" MTB, AL-6013 ultra lite butted tubing, T4/T6 heat treated, tapered headtube, high modulus carbon fiber chainstays, travel: 165 mm, flip chip geometry fitting, coax pivot system, enduro geometry
Fork Manitou Mattoc Comp, tapered, 160mm, air, 15x110mm axle
Rear Shock Rock Shox Monarch RT, Debon Air, tune ML, rebound, length x stroke: 216x63mm, hardware: 22,2x8mm
Headset BGM F13, A-Headset, semi integrated, tapered
Rear Derailleur Sram NX1
Shifters Sram NX, 1x11-speed, trigger-shifter
Brake Levers Magura MT4, hydraulic disc brake
Brakes Magura MT4, hydraulic disc brake, Storm HC rotor: 203/180 mm
Crankset Sram Descendant Eagle, 30t
Chainguide Mozart HXR, ISCG05, 7075 alloy backplate, Bashguard, 28-34t
BB-Set Sram BB92, press-fit
Handlebar BGM Pro DH, riser bar, backsweep: 8°, rise: 12,7 mm, 780 mm
H'stem Answer AME, 0°
Pedals none
Seatpost Manitou Jack, dropper post, 150 mm travel (S size 125mm)
Seat SDG Fly MTN
Hub (Front) BGM Pro, 6-bolt, disc, 15x110mm axle
Hub (Rear) BGM Pro 360, 6-bolt, disc, 12x142mm axle
Chain Sram PC-1110
Cassette Sram PG-1130, 11-42t
Spokes stainless, black
Rims Sun Ringlé Helix TR 29, width 25,5mm
Tires Maxxis High Roller 2, folding, Exo, 27.5x2.40
Tubes: Schwalbe SV21B Light
Approx weights in KG 14,40
Range of use Category 4: Enduro and all mountain bikes
Color melon orange/coral blue/black (matt)
Frame size S/M/L/XL
Grips BGM Race, MTB, double density, clamp version
Subject to technical modifications | * Manufacturer specifications
A BB center to top of seattube 400,0 mm 15,7 in 440,0 mm 17,3 in 480,0 mm 18,9 in 515,0 mm 20,3 in
B top tube parallel 546,0 mm 21,5 in 566,0 mm 22,3 in 584,0 mm 23,0 in 607,0 mm 23,9 in
B* top tube horizontal 586,0 mm 23,1 in 608,0 mm 23,9 in 629,0 mm 24,8 in 644,0 mm 25,4 in
C chainstay 430,0 mm 16,9 in 430,0 mm 16,9 in 430,0 mm 16,9 in 430,0 mm 16,9 in
D headtube length 100,0 mm 3,9 in 115,0 mm 4,5 in 130,0 mm 5,1 in 145,0 mm 5,7 in
E head angle 65,0 ° 65,0 ° 65,0 ° 65,0 °
F seat angle 75,3 ° 75,3 ° 75,3 ° 75,3 °
H BB offset -14,0 mm -0,6 in -14,0 mm -0,6 in -14,0 mm -0,6 in -14,0 mm -0,6 in
K wheelbase 1.181,0 mm 46,5 in 1.202,0 mm 47,3 in 1.223,0 mm 48,1 in 1.240,0 mm 48,8 in
L standover height 771,0 mm 30,4 in 776,0 mm 30,6 in 795,0 mm 31,3 in 811,0 mm 31,9 in
M stack 574,0 mm 22,6 in 602,0 mm 23,7 in 615,0 mm 24,2 in 629,0 mm 24,8 in
N reach 435,0 mm 17,1 in 450,0 mm 17,7 in 465,0 mm 18,3 in 475,0 mm 18,7 in
fork length 554,0 mm 21,8 in 554,0 mm 21,8 in 554,0 mm 21,8 in 554,0 mm 21,8 in
fork rake 44,0 mm 1,7 in 44,0 mm 1,7 in 44,0 mm 1,7 in 44,0 mm 1,7 in
G seatpost diameter 31,6 mm
I shock dimension 216x63; 22x8 mm
headset dimension ZS44 | ZS56
BB standard BB92 Press-Fit (asym.)
hanger type BGM-H029A
max. rotor size 203 mm

Coax Pivot System

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The positioning of the rear link bracket around the rear axle provides maximum decoupling of the suspension and brakes.

Finite Element Method

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To simulate and analyze individual frame components even before the first samples are fabricated, the Bergamont engineers use the latest FEM computer software.

Flip Chip Geometry Fitting

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The Flip Chip is a small adaptor which can be mounted in two directions, thereby altering the frames geometry in such a way that the steering angle gets steeper or slacker.

Low Center of Gravity

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This technology stands for the dedication of Bergamont designers in their efforts to achieve the lowest possible center of gravity.