PRIMAL INTRO 27.5 2020

PRIMAL INTRO 27.5 2020

Description

Step one – buy Primal Intro in totally affordable price. Step two – take it out of the box. Step three – pick your trails, and enjoy the flow or explore the mountains.

MAIN UPGRADES/FEATURES

  • Lighter, extra butted Primal frame with awesome "leaves in the woods" desing
  • Reliable Suntour XCR-34 Boost coil fork with 130mm travel, 34mm upper legs and tapered steerer
  • Suntour Zeron Boost crankset with 24mm spindle and 30T chainring
  • Wide tubeless ready Dartmoor Cruiser rims
  • All-purpose WTB Trail Boss 27.5x2.6" tires with basic compound
  • 31.8mm cockpit with 780mm wide Tornado Low handlebar and Trail stem
  • Tektro HD-M275 hydraulic brakes
  • Comfortable Dartmoor Arrow saddle
Specification

Frame: glossy Black/Forest Green, alu 6061
Frame size: Small, Medium, Large, xlarge
Wheel size: 27.5"/27.5"+
Fork: Suntour XCR34-Coil 27.5” LOR DS, Boost, travel 130mm, axle 15mm, tapered
Headset: Dartmoor Blink
Derailleur: SRAM X4 1x9
Shifter: SRAM X5, 9–speed
Brakes: Tektro HD-M275, rotors 180mm
Crankset: Suntour Zeron 1x, 175mm (L,XL) / 170mm (S,M)
Chainring: direct mount 30T Boost
Cassette: Sunrace CSM980, 11–40T
Chain: Sunrace CNM94
Pedals: Dartmoor Candy
Rims: Dartmoor Cruiser 27.5"+, 32H, F/V
Front hub: Dartmoor Reel Boost 110x15mm, 32H
Rear hub: Dartmoor Reel Boost 148x12mm, 32H
Tires: WTB Trail Boss G2 27.5x2.6" Comp
Handlebar: Dartmoor Tornado Low 780mm, Ø31.8mm
Stem: Dartmoor Trail, 50mm, Ø31.8mm
Grips: Dartmoor Maze Lite (w/o lock ring)
Saddle: Dartmoor Arrow
Seat post: alu 6061, 30.9x400mm (L,XL) / 350mm (S,M)
Weight: 14.30kg (without pedals)

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