HORNET 2021

HORNET 2021

Description

With 64˚ head tube angle, extra progressive geometry and super strong aluminum construction Horet is a true King of the Hardtails. 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. It is a Monster! As with all of the Dartmoor’s range versatility is the key design brief. The Hornet is capable of running up to 2.8” tires on 27.5” rims, it is dedicated for forks with travel from 140mm to 180mm and Boost hubs. Sharing the same front triangle tubes as our old Roots downhill frame 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. Plus bottle cage mounts ... :).

GEOMETRY

Size Small Medium Large XLarge
Reach
405 430 460 480
Stack
625 625 625 625
Seat tube 380 410 440 455
Eff top tube
596 620 650 672
Chainstay 425 425 425 425
Head tube 120 120 120 120
HT angle 64 64 64 64
ST angle 73 73 73 73
BB drop 35 35 35 35
Wheel base 1158 1183 1213 1233
Standover
805 805 805 805
Specification
Colors: matt Black/Grey, matt Space Blue, matt Scout Green; 
Sizes: S-XL;
Recom. fork travel: 140-180mm; 
Max tire size: 27.5x2.8"; 
Max chainring size: 36T; 
Hub size: 148x12mm; 
Post/clamp diam.: 30.9mm/34.9mm; 
Headset type: IS42/IS5; 
Weight: 2.70kg
Extras

AJust two years ago Dartmoor 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...

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