SHINE PRO 2021

SHINE PRO 2021

Description

One of the world's very few professional full suspension dirt bikes! Shine is not just a weapon for the big jumps, but also for riders looking for better comfort, and less back and knee strain. A perfect choice for dirt jumping, skateparks, or pumptrack as well. For riders who got used to riding a full-suspension bike in the mountains, the Shine will be a better choice than dirt jumping hardtails.

MAIN CHANGES
•  Shimano Deore FC-5100 crankset made of forged aluminum
•  A set of lightweight Maxxis folding tires: Ikon 26x2.35" in the front wheel and DTH 26x2.3" in the rear wheelV

GEOMETRY

Size ONE SIZE
Reach
424
Stack
573
Seat tube 345
Chainstay 390
Head tube 120
HT angle 69
ST angle 73
BB drop 15
Wheel base 1074

Specification
Frame: matt Black/Grey, alu 6061, travel 100mm
Frame size: one size
Wheel size: 26"
Fork: Manitou Circus Pro, travel 100mm, axle 15mm, tapered
Shock: Rock Shox Monarch R, DebonAir, 190x51mm
Shock hardware: 22.2x8mm
Headset: Dartmoor Blink OEM
Rear brake: SRAM Level T, rotor 160mm
Crankset: Shimano Deore FC-5100-1, 170mm
Chainring: 30T, BCD 96mm
Chain: Dartmoor Core, black
Rims: Dartmoor Shield 26", 32H, A/V
Front hub: Dartmoor Reel Pro 100x15mm, 32H
Rear hub: Dartmoor Reel Pro Singlespeed 13T, 32H
Front tire: Maxxis Ikon 26x2.35", folding
Rear tire: Maxxis DTH 26x2.3", folding
Handlebar: Dartmoor Nitro Hi 800mm, Ø31.8mm
Stem: Dartmoor Beetle 33mm, Ø31.8mm
Grips: Dartmoor Maze Lite (w/o lock ring)
Saddle: Dartmoor Fatty Pivotal
Seat post: Dartmoor Fusion Pivotal, 30.9x200mm
Weight: 12.20kg (w/o pedals)
Extras

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

How to: rear shock assembly in Dartmoor Blackbird, Bluebird and Shine frames

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