Just two years ago we announced that Hornet had become even more hardcore. But it happens again for 2020! Slacker head tube, longer toptube, lower BB, XLarge size added, and all that in Boost standard! Hornet is no longer a beast. This is a monster! Looking to run fork with 180mm travel? Here you are! Triple crown fork? Why not! Drops, jumps, downhills and freeride is a walk in the park for the new Hornet. As with all of the Dartmoor’s range versatility is key design brief. The Hornet is capable of running up to 2.8” tires on 27.5” rims! Sharing the same front triangle tubes as our Roots Downhill bike the Hornet really packs a sting! And last but not least – a very fresh looking stickers pattern with different shapes of ferns for even better assimilation with sourrounding environment. We almost forgot – you will find now even bottle cage mounts :).
Frame size: Small, Medium, Large, Xlarge
Wheel size: 27.5"
Recommended fork travel: 140-180mm
Hub size: 148x12mm
Headset type: IS42/IS52
BB type: BSA/ISO 73mm
Brake mount: PM 160mm
Max. rotor size: 180mm
Max. tire size: 27.5x2.8"
Front derailleur compatibility: no
Seat post diam.: 30.9mm
Seat clamp diam.: 34.9mm
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