2020 Nukeproof Dissent 290 Comp Bike
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2020 Nukeproof Dissent 290 Comp Bike
"It makes me want to race some World Cups again!" Sam Hill
Racing is in our DNA. It comes from being developed and tested in conjunction with the world's fastest racers.
Suspension design and frame details:
The Dissent platform was originally conceived by our engineers as a concept to test several progression curve theories at once. However, in turning the theory into reality, we created something much better than expected, and the prototype won on its international debut at Crankworx festival's Garbanzo Downhill race with Sam Hill.
It is not uncommon for different world cup riders to want a slightly different characteristic to one another depending on factors such as their riding style and whether they run flat pedals or not. The DISSENT takes this into account with an adjustable main pivot flip chip, designed to essentially work like a bottomless token for a coil shock. The DISSENT Frame now offers riders the choice of 4 main pivot positions, which alter how progressive the suspension is. Cleverly the geometry and travel do not change between positions. Note: The sag difference between each setting is around 1% so you should not need a different spring rate.
The Main pivot flip chips are fast and simple to change and offer a tailored factory set up for every rider!
Further custom tuning can be done via our new 3 position adjustable chainstay features interchangeable dropout inserts. The chainstay flip chips allow you to alter the wheelbase by 5-10mm depending on the type of track you're riding, your height or riding style.
The combination of frame adaptability, a custom hydroformed 6061 aluminium tubeset, a confidence inspiring 63-degree head angle and 200mm of travel via our new Dissent platform make this bike the privateers dream. The centrally-positioned shock and linkage system ensure optimum handling while other features include a true 1.5" head tube, ISCG 05 mounts and a 157mm x 12mm rear axle to keep things stable at the rear.
Material: Hydroformed 6061 Triple-Butted Aluminium
Fork Travel: 200mm
Axle to Crown: 604mm
Fork Offset: 56mm
Shock Travel: 190mm
Wheels Size: 29″
Max Tyre Size: 2.5″
Shock Size: 250x70mm
Shock Hardware F: 25x8mm
Shock Hardware R: 30x8mm
Headtube: 49mm Semi-Integrated
Headset: ZS49-28.6 / ZS49/40
Bearings Required: 6x NP-90 (BB 6902 LLU MAX), 2x NP-91 (63804-2RS MAX)
Seat Clamp: 34.9mm
BB: Threaded 83mm BSA
Rear Hub: Boost 157x12mm
Rear Axle: Nukeproof M12x1.75 198mm
Chain Guide: ISCG05
Brake Mount: 200mm Direct Post
Protection: 3D Contoured Rubber Frame Protection for DT/SS/CS
|Frame||Frame: Nukeproof Dissent 290 Alloy, 190mm Travel, custom triple butted hydro-formed tube set, custom tuned rear shock configuration, internal cable routing, Enduro bearings, threaded bottom bracket, boost 157mm rear axle spacing, 3D contoured frame protection|
|Front Wheel||Sun-Ringle Duroc SD37 Comp 29", Shimano Driver, 157x12mm|
|Rack||SRAM Centreline, 200mm|
|Rear Wheel||Sun-Ringle Duroc SD37 Comp 29", 20x110mm|
|Fork||RockShox Boxxer Select R 200mm, 56mm Offset, BOOST 20x110mm, Debonair, Gloss Black|
|RearShock||RockShox Super Deluxe Coil Select R, Custom ML Tune, 250x70mm, Bearing End, Black Coil Spring (M=400LBS/L=450LBS /XL=500LBS SPRING)|
|Tire||Maxxis Assegai 29|
|Shift Levers||SRAM GX 7-Speed|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM GX DH 7-Speed|
|Crankset||SRAM Descendant DH, 165mm, 34T, DUB83mm|
|Seatpost||Nukeproof Neutron, 30.9mm, 300mm, 10 Offset.|
|Seat||Nukeproof Vector DH, Yellow|
|Bar||Nukeproof Neutron 25mm Rise, Width - S780mm, M780mm, L800mm, XL800mm)|
|Stem||Nukeproof Horizon Direct Mount, 45mm, black|
|Grips||Nukeproof Sam Hill Signature|
|Brakes||SRAM Guide RE|