Dartmoor 2012 alu hardtails

Dec 11, 2011 at 14:28
by Dartmoor-Bikes  

As the new 2012 Dartmoor alu hardtails collection will become available in a very short time we wanted to introduce you what is new in these unique frames – part of the ever growing product range from Dartmoor Bikes. This progressive company have shown an ability to produce well designed and thought out products all suited to today’s riding styles. 2012 line totally confirms this.

Two6Player 2012 - evolution of the world s most popular alu dirt jump frame continues with our custom hydroformed down tube perfectly fitted to the new tapered head tube. This gives a much stronger connection than a standard welded gusset and looks much cleaner. Head tube takes the Blaze or Flash headsets and all forks with 1.1 8 or tapered steerer. New double butted top tube with increased thickness in the head tube area. New custom BB-CS yoke and new chain stay tubes with even more space for the tyre plus increased stiffness. New profiled curved seat stay gusset. First delivery is coming soon

TWO6PLAYER
Lightweight dirt/skatepark/slopestyle frame for 26” wheels made of butted and heat treated 7005 aluminium tubes.
Evolution of probably the world’s most popular alu dirt jump frame continues with our custom hydroformed down tube perfectly fitted to the new tapered head tube. This gives a much stronger connection than a standard welded gusset and looks much cleaner. Head tube takes the Blaze or Flash headsets and all forks with 1.1/8” or tapered steerer. New double butted top tube with increased thickness in the head tube area. New custom BB-CS yoke and new chain stay tubes with even more space for the tire plus increased stiffness. New profiled curved seat stay gusset.

Two6Player 2012 - lightweight dirt skatepark slopestyle frame for 26 wheels made of butted and heat treated 7005 aluminium tubes. In coming season you can expect to see our top class European riders - Tomas Zejda and Mehdi Gani using this frame in many big FMB dirt jump contests. First delivery is coming soon

Two6Player specification
Dropouts: 135x10mm; BB: Euro 68mm; Headsets: tapered (34mm/49,57mm); Seat post diam.: 27.2mm; Seat clamp diam.: 31.8mm; Size: 12.2”; Weight: 2.10kg.
Recommended fork travel: 90-130mm.

Two6Player geometry
Top tube: 571mm
Rear triangle: 385mm
Head tube: 115mm
Seat tube: 310mm
BB height (80mm travel): -15mm
BB height (100mm travel): -9mm
BB height (130mm travel): +1mm
WB (80mm travel): 1045mm
WB (100mm travel): 1051mm
WB (130mm travel): 1062mm
HT angle (80mm travel): 70°
HT angle (100mm travel): 69.5°
HT angle (130mm travel): 67°
Geometry calculated for the forks with 80mm travel (471mm height); with 100mm travel (491mm height) and with 130mm travel (521mm height).

In 2012 season you can expect to see some of our top class riders including Tomas Zejda and Mehdi Gani using this frame in their bikes during upcoming FMB dirt jump events.

Tomas Zejda jumping with his Two6Player
Tomas Zejda jumping with his Two6Player

Mehdi Gani with his Two6Player during Vienna Air King 2011
Mehdi Gani with his Two6Player during Vienna Air King 2011

First new Two6Player build in UK. Dartmoor UK welcomes on board with this stunning machine their new rider - Ryan Nangle. Great to have you in our team Ryan
Dartmoor UK rider Ryan Nangle's custom build new Two6Player 2012


Two4Player - ultra light dirt skatepark frame for 24 wheels. Smaller brother of the Two6Player frame. Made of butted and heat treated 7005 aluminium tubes. New double butted top tube with increased thickness in the head tube area. Head tube still takes standard 1.1 8 headsets machined internally for weight reduction. In 2012 it comes with a new red satin matt color. First delivery is coming soon

TWO4PLAYER
Ultra light dirt/skatepark frame for 24” wheels. Smaller brother of the Two6Player frame. Made of butted and heat treated 7005 aluminium tubes. New double butted top tube with increased thickness in the head tube area. Head tube still takes standard 1.1/8” headsets. In 2012 it comes with a new red satin color.

Two4Player specification
Dropouts: 135x10mm; BB: Euro 68mm; Headsets: a-head 1.1/8”; Seat post diam.: 27.2mm; Seat clamp diam.: 31.8mm; Size: 11.8”; Weight: 1.98kg.
Recommended fork travel: 70-100mm (for 24” wheels).

Two4Player geometry
Top tube: 546mm
Rear triangle: 370mm
Head tube: 105mm
Seat tube: 300mm
BB height (80mm travel): -3mm
BB height (100mm travel): +3mm
BB height (130mm travel): +13.5mm
WB (80mm travel): 1010mm
WB (100mm travel): 1016mm
WB (130mm travel): 1028mm
HT angle (80mm travel): 70°
HT angle (100mm travel): 69°
HT angle (130mm travel): 67°
Geometry calculated for the forks with 80mm travel (471mm height); with 100mm travel (491mm height) and with 130mm travel (521mm height).

Latvian Dartmoor rider Maris Ornins with his Two4Player. Photo by Kaspars Alksnis http kasparsalksnis.com
Latvian Dartmoor rider Maris Ornins with his Two4Player


Phantom 2012 - one of the most popular 4X frames in 2011 season now comes with a hydroformed down tube and a new tapered head tube. This gives a much stronger connection than a standard welded gusset and looks much cleaner. New double butted top tube with increased thickness in the head tube area. New custom BB-CS yoke delivers lots of tyre clearance and increased stiffness. New profiled curved seat stay gusset. First delivery is coming soon

PHANTOM
2011 saw the introduction of the Dartmoor Phantom world class 4X frame. Coming off the back of a fantastic season the Phantom racked up many podiums including the UK National Championships with Dartmoor UK rider Luke Limbrick taking the crown.
Now with a new 4X season looming on the horizon, the guys at Dartmoor HQ bring you the new updated Phantom, with tapered head tube, hydroformed down tube, revised BB yoke and a new profile to the seat-stay bridge.
The strength is even better now despite the super-light weight of just 2.05kg making this fame well worthy of any pro class rider.

Phantom 2012 - ultra light 4X dual slalom frame made of butted and heat treated 7075 aluminium tubes. Light and stiff with perfect geometry very fast out of the gate and easy to control in the corners. In 2012 this perfect choice of weapon for every 4X track will be used by current UK 4X champion Luke Limbrick one of the best Czech 4X riders Jakub Hnidak and some of the best Polish 4X riders including Remek Oleszkiewicz and Robert Kulesza. First delivery is coming soon

The Phantom doesn’t come as a complete bike but don’t let this put you off as Dartmoor make just about every component you could need to build a race winning machine.
With Dartmoor components coming in a massive range of colours, it’s not hard to build your own unique custom race bike. This mixed with rigorous testing and race proven design, you too could be stood on the top spot of the podium in 2012.

Phantom specification
Dropouts: 135x10mm; BB: Euro 68mm; Headsets: tapered (34mm/49,57mm); Seat post diam.: 27.2mm; Seat clamp diam.: 31.8mm; Size: 13.5”; Weight: 2.05kg.
Recommended fork travel: 80-130mm.

Phantom geometry
Top tube: 580mm
Rear triangle: 400mm
Head tube: 115mm
Seat tube: 340mm
BB height (80mm travel): -20mm
BB height (100mm travel): -13mm
BB height (130mm travel): 0mm
WB (80mm travel): 1069mm
WB (100mm travel): 1078mm
WB (130mm travel): 1089mm
HT angle (80mm travel): 69°
HT angle (100mm travel): 67°
HT angle (130mm travel): 66°
Geometry calculated for the forks with 80mm travel (471mm height); 100mm travel (491mm height) and 130mm travel (521mm height).

Remek is freeriding with his Phantom in old forests near Zamo . Photo by Micha Grela - http michalgrela.pl. http dartmoor-bikes.com
One of the best Polish 4X riders Remek Oleszkiewicz with his Phantom

UK 4X National Champion Luke Limbrick with his Phantom
UK 4X National Champion Luke Limbrick with his Phantom


Hornet 2012 comes with a hydroformed down tube new tapered head tube new oval top tube and a new dropout designed to take the re-shaped chain stay and seat stay tubes. First delivery is coming soon

HORNET
Lightweight freeride/all mountain hardtail frame made of butted and heat treated 7075 aluminium tubes. Hornet 2012 comes with a hydroformed down tube, new tapered head tube, new oval top tube and a new dropout designed to take the re-shaped chain stay and seat stay tubes.

Hornet 2012 - lightweight freeride all mountain hardtail frame made of butted and heat treated 7075 aluminium tubes. The new Hornet is available in three sizes and three colors. First delivery is coming soon

Hornet specification
Dropouts: 135x10mm; BB: Euro 68mm; Headsets: tapered (34mm/49,57mm); Seat post diam.: 31.6mm; Seat clamp diam.: 34.9mm; Sizes: 14”, 16”, 18”; Weight: 2.20kg (14”), 2.24kg (16”), 2.30kg (18”).
Recommended fork travel: 100-150mm.

Hornet geometry
Top tube (14”): 570mm
Top tube (16”): 575mm
Top tube (18”): 604mm
Rear triangle: 420mm
Head tube: 115mm
Seat tube (14”): 356mm
Seat tube (16”): 406mm
Seat tube (18”): 460mm
BB height (100mm travel): -26mm
BB height (150mm travel): -8mm
WB (100mm travel/14”): 1066mm
WB (150mm travel/14”): 1086mm
WB (100mm travel/16”): 1078mm
WB (150mm travel/16”): 1096mm
WB (100mm travel/18”): 1118mm
WB (150mm travel/18”): 1131mm
HT angle (100mm travel): 69.5°
HT angle (150mm travel): 67.5°
ST angle (100mm travel): 71.5°
ST angle (150mm travel): 69.5°
Geometry calculated for the forks with 100mm travel (491mm height) and with 150mm travel (541mm height).

Hornet 2012 will be available in 3 sizes 14 TT 570 mm 16 TT 575 mm and 18 TT 604 mm . First delivery is coming soon
The new Hornet is available in three sizes and three colors.
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12 Comments

  • + 6
 I know some people are hating on Dartmoor because some of their older frames have had problems but this shows that they are really stepping up their game with making changes to their frames!! Loving the new look of the Two6Player and the rest of the line up as well. Keep it coming Dartmoor!
  • + 2
 i cracked 3 frames in 7 months, but the frames were sick, i just break everything though, so its me not the bike..
  • + 2
 What frames did you crack? (Model, year)
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  • + 4
 Amazing bikes! I love all the pretty colors!
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  • + 1
 I wish Dartmoor frames were easier to get in the states.
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  • + 1
 all sick bikes and the two4player is sick ass fook
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  • - 1
 Identical to the ticket
  • + 1
 Which one? You do realise the ticket was released around the same time as the new gen of dartmoor frames so its hard any of the companies could copy the other. Also Im quite sure the geo is waaay different.
  • + 3
 Dude, they are not identical at all.
www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes/mountain/gravity/ticket/ticket_stub/
Ticket is way different (in the ugly way)
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