Super-enduro. It says it all. With this aluminum beast, you are ready to huck whatever you want on the track. 170mm of travel in the back and up to 190mm in the front ensure enough room for errors and party laps. Simple Horst link design built around proven four-bar suspension is balanced for pedal efficiency and braking to shred factor. It is not a do-it-all marketing scheme bike. We like our bikes to be as progressive and stiff as possible, ready to jump over roots rather than be glued to them. 29-inch wheels with 148x12mm Boost hubs are already an overkill to ride over rough terrain. Our Enduro Team rider uses Thunderbird Superenduro both  for Downhill and EWS races during a season. Not a UCI fan? Want to be really bad? Put a double crown on it and ride like it's 2010's freeride golden age again!

For keeping the frame trouble-free, all pivot points are working on the stiff axles mounted on the sealed Max type bearings. The progressive suspension design is perfect for both types of shocks: spring shocks and large volume air shocks. The construction reduces also the negative impact of braking on the suspension operation. If you look for some more tech talk - the head tube is ready to take the new generation of 1.8" tapered forks with 68-69mm crowns and the dropout is compatible with the SRAM Universal Derailleur Hanger (UDH).


Size Small  Medium Large
Reach 435 460 485
Stack 640 640 640
Seat tube 430 450 470
Eff top tube 590 615 640
Chainstay 435 435 435
Head tube 110 110 110
HT angle 64 64 64
ST angle 76 76 76
BB drop 25 25 25
Wheel base 1219 1244 1269
Standover 806 806 806
Colors: matt Sand Storm, matt Graphite/Black
Sizes: S-L; 
Shock options:  w/o shock; w/X-Fusion H3C RCP shock with coil rate 450
Frame travel: 170mm; 
Recom. fork travel: 170-190mm; 
Shock size: 205x65mm; 
Shock hardware:  Trunnion/22.2x8mm
Max tire size: 29x2.6"; 
Max chainring size: 36T; 
Hub size: 148x12mm; 
Post/clamp diam.: 30.9mm/34.9mm; 
Headset type: IS42/IS60; 
Derailleur hanger: SRAM UDH
Weight: 3.95kg (w/o shock).

How to: Assembling Enduro/Trail/Funbike Complete Bike

How to: setup the front and rear suspension in the MTB bike