First Look: The All-New Unno Dash

Aug 1, 2022
by Seb Stott  

Unno appear to be working on overhauling their entire range this year. First the Boös eMTB, then the Burn enduro bike, both of which turned heads with some striking new design language from Unno. With low-slung top tubes, tall seat masts, and sleek, low-slung silhouettes, they looked more like concept bike sketches than production bikes.

Now, the Dash, Unno's trail bike has been given the same treatment. "It has a lot of similarities with the recently-launched Burn," says Unno's founder, Cesar Rojo, "but we promise it is a very different bike. The Dash has always been our 'slay any trail' bike, being the closest idea to mountain bike perfection that we can imagine."

Unno Dash Details
• Intended use: Trail/all-mountain
• 150mm front travel
• 140mm rear travel
• 29" wheels
• Sizes: S1, S2 & S3
• Reach: 435, 470 & 510 mm, respectively
• Weight: TBC
• Price:€7,795 - €10,495 inc. Vat
unno.com

Note the integrated chain guide.

Frame Details

The new bike has very little in common with the outgoing Unno Dash, which was released in 2018. Travel has been bumped up by 10 mm front and rear, now sitting at 140 mm at the rear and 150 mm up front. Unlike the Burn enduro bike, the Dash is a dedicated 29er in all three sizes.

The frame is a carbon fiber monocoque with Unno's twin-link suspension system. One short link is connected concentric to the bottom bracket, while the other connects just above it and drives the shock. It's a progressive design with a generous amount of recommended sag: 35% (+/- 5%).


There's an integrated chain guide and seat tube clamp, down tube protector and a full complement of EnduroMAX frame bearings. The maximum recommended rear tire width is 2.6". The frame's plastic parts and rubber protectors are made with Oceanworks recycled plastics salvaged from the sea.

Though Unno's press communication glossed over this, it appears to have the same through-headset cable routing and downtube storage compartment as the Unno Burn, released a couple of months ago.



Geometry

Unno will build three sizes which they say will cover riders from 165 cm (5' 5") to 195 cm (6' 5") tall. That means the gaps between sizes are pretty big - there's a 35 mm difference in reach between S1 and S2 and 40 mm between S2 and S3, so getting the right size will be crucial. It's a big improvement on the old Dash which was released in just one size (effectively a medium) with a 455 mm reach and a wheelbase of just 1,180 mm.

Unno have taken stack height seriously, with a stubby 105 mm head tube in S1, growing to a lengthy 145 mm in the S3 size. That should mean very tall or short riders will be able to get their bar at the right height without resorting to extreme handlebar rises or towers of stem spacers. The chainstay length remains the same in all three sizes, at 445 mm. The seat angle is nice and steep, and at a shade under 65 degrees the head angle is slacker than many trail bikes.



Specs

The Dash will be available with two build kits: Race and Factory, costing €7,795 and €10,495, respectively. Both feature Unno's own Deux one-piece carbon cockpit; Fox Factory suspension with a Float X2 shock and 36 fork; Formula four-pot brakes and SRAM AXS gearing. The Factory version's upgrades are mostly superficial, with XX1 vs. GX AXS gearing, carbon rather than alloy Synthesis rims from CrankBrothers, and a Reverb AXS dropper instead of a Fox Transfer. Both builds only get 175 mm of dropper travel in the largest size, 150 mm in S2 and 125 mm in S1.



Availability

Unno say the DASH will be in stock and ready to be shipped by about the time you read this. "We will prioritize the S2 sizes," says Cesar. "The S1 and S3 will be ready to ship in 2-3 weeks."





217 Comments

  • 525 22
 Dear product managers, I will NEVER buy a bike with through the headset cable routing.
  • 187 2
 Yup. Had one, would never buy again. Headset lasted 10 weeks due to water ingress. To change the bearings you have to rebleed the rear brake, re-cable the mech and recable the dropper. And the steerer can wear through all your cables, and if you have your bars low, the the stem can wear through your cables. Its just a complete PITA
  • 63 20
 for 10 k im buying an ebike .....i can still buy an ebike for 10k cant i?
  • 16 101
flag Mikevdv (Aug 1, 2022 at 5:31) (Below Threshold)
 Drilling holes then having to add extra reinforcement in the head tube (one of the most highly stressed areas of the bike) just so you could hide your cables and make changing your headset bearings easier was/is a far dumber idea.
  • 21 1
 @rich-2000: it's like the new shoes, not meant to be used in the rain or other natural conditions
  • 47 1
 @Mikevdv: It's very easy to provide ports at the top of the downtube behind the headtube, as all of my bikes with internal routing have. There's no reasonable defence of headset routing on MTBs IMO.
  • 7 4
 @Mikevdv: Holes at or behind the head tube (in the middle part where there is less stress) do not decrease the weight/strength ratio in the slightest. Even a frame like this that was conceived for headseat routing could be drilled for hose ingress and still maintain the full strenght. Just not the warranty unfortunately.
  • 134 2
 @commental: or or ooooorrrr route them on the OUTSIDEof the frame.
  • 12 0
 @Muckal: True dat.
  • 17 2
 @Compositepro: for 10 grand u can have both an ebike and a capable enduro/ trail bike
  • 12 2
 Same, but also throw pressfit bbs in as well. Not worth the risk when so many great bikes come with a threadfit all the way from Propain direct sales to Santa Cruz and Specialized S-Works.
  • 3 0
 @Muckal: loco!!!
  • 37 2
 “Though Unno's press communication glossed over this, it appears to have the same through-headset cable routing..”

Unno’s choice not to highlight what is undoubtedly the most significant single improvement the MTB world has seen in the last two decades, is a strange one indeed.
Forget the dubious & questionable benefits of droppers, tubeless, modern geo, etc - this is The Good Stuff that we’ve all been waiting for….
  • 31 12
 @Corinthian: are you the first ever American to do sarcasm ….kudos
  • 6 1
 @christillott: heads off to see what a Honda costs
  • 6 31
flag RedBurn (Aug 1, 2022 at 7:12) (Below Threshold)
 BS - looks like 2013 where peaope were like "Dear industry, i will NEVER buy 650B " Dead Horse
  • 6 0
 @RedBurn: That's a preference for wheel size. This is because it's a structurally-inferior setup
  • 4 5
 Looking closely, it doesn't seem to be through the headset but around it. in that it doesn't go through the bearing
  • 1 0
 don't worry yall, etap brakes coming soon!
  • 7 0
 @Muckal: Yes! FFS please bring back outside cable routing!
  • 15 0
 While this is one of the main reasons I wouldn't buy this specific bike, the America's Cup inspired seat mast is right beside it.
  • 6 0
 Function over form please.
  • 10 1
 I won't buy one until they figure out how to also hide the front brake line in the fork legs.
  • 5 5
 The WHOLE POINT of through the headset is to cause this reaction so chumps stump up for e-shifting. Don't buy
  • 1 1
 @Mikevdv: Umnnn... what?
  • 1 0
 @christillott: Please provide an example. We'll wait.
  • 2 0
 @neoides:
Nah its the rubbish Acros internal cable routing headset as seen on Mondraker bikes and the Transition Repeater.
  • 2 0
 @browner: wireless doesn’t help you with brakes though...
  • 2 4
 @browner: hey so I hate through-headset cable routing as much as the next guy but doesn't it kinda look like the cables go around (not through) the headset bearing? So it's kinda just like normal internal routing but it happens to go in near the headset? If the cables don't run through the bearing I don't really see the issue.
  • 4 0
 @rich-2000: wireless brakes! Coming soon! Priced to put your buddy with Trickstuff to shame!
  • 1 0
 @Compositepro: not a trek/santa cruz/specialized
  • 6 0
 @bkm303: Maybe you live somewhere it doesn't rain. Definitely an issue in wet climates as this system allows more dirt and water ingress that then runs down and trashes the bottom headset bearing. I'm guessing you also probably wouldn't be too stoked to find grooves worn into your steerer tube as can happen with this system.
  • 4 2
 And the seat made looks ridiculous.
  • 2 0
 *seat mast
  • 3 3
 @commental: Maybe I'm crazy but it doesn't look like the cables touch the steer tube. Just that black spacer thing below the stem clamp - then they run back to the downtube I'm assuming.

The water ingress concern is probably legit if you live somewhere super wet - personally I've never had to swap a headset bearing. It's dry here but I've done plenty of sloppy winter gravel rides/races... gone through several BB bearings but no headset bearings.

At least this design doesn't seem like it will turn every bearing/cable/housing swap into a multi hour job (plus front brake bleed), or put harsh bends in the cables like the through-the-stem systems. Idk, to me it looks more like regular internal routing than like the systems we're seeing on road and XC bikes. Doesn't matter though, because I'd never buy this hideous thing.
  • 2 0
 @bkm303: Hard to tell from the photos, but it's after the cables enter through the headset where cable rub on the steerer could be a problem. Maybe they've addressed it with this particular system, but it's certainly happened on some bikes using headset routing.
It can be pretty moist where I live at times, so the ingress is probably more of a concern for me. One thing's for sure, we're certainly on common ground as far as your last statement is concerned. lol
  • 2 1
 @christillott: for 10 grand i bet they both come with water bottle bosses too
  • 1 0
 @rich-2000: thank chrst its not the one that comes on the focus jam or sam
  • 2 0
 @frenchfriedfun: they should really go hovering seats on this one
  • 2 0
 @hamncheez:
Wow - wireless brakes - now thats a battery you wouldn’t want to run out halfway down a steep run!
  • 2 0
 @rich-2000: Or have your auto-pay subscription disabled!
  • 1 0
 @christillott: 2012 called...
  • 5 1
 @commental: Looks, that's it. There's been 15? years of people complaining about having too many cables, "my cockpit is just too complicated looking", and bashing every Scott that's released, etc.

and THIS is what THAT gets us...
  • 1 0
 Also not a fan of making shock access such a HUGE PITA...
  • 1 4
 if it looks this sick.....I will put up with lots....much like dating a supermodel. lol
  • 8 0
 @Mikevdv: Hands up everybody whose had a frame crack at the cable hole in your frame!
*crickets chirping*
  • 4 7
 I will NEVER buy a bike WITHOUT headset cable routing.
  • 1 0
 @Compositepro: you can buy the unno e-bike for under 10k (Euros):
ebike-mtb.com/en/unno-booes-race-2022-exclusive-review
  • 3 0
 @conoat: bikeless and without girlfriend then
  • 1 2
 @rich-2000: as @Joaomc noted below, no it isn't
  • 2 0
 @neoides:
I wish you and Joaomc were right. But Unno state it doesn’t run through the cockpit (ie the bar/stem combo. Not the headset.

Its a Acros internal headset. Looking at the frame on photos you can see that there are no holes above the bearing cups.
  • 2 0
 Plus its an IS52 upper bearing - larger than a 44 for room for the cables...
  • 1 0
 @Compositepro: You can get into a few for under $6k still. Inflation’s coming for them though!
  • 1 0
 @zephxiii: yet, when a manufacturer actually does this, the response is either "looks like a Session" or "Arhhhh
... Kill it with fire!!!"
  • 1 0
 @rich-2000: all true, but it does look good on the showroom floor and buyers will probably just bring it to the shop for maintenance. That's a double win for them.
  • 1 0
 @jonbrady85: most road bikes do that so it’s only a matter of time before MTB’s figure it out
  • 1 0
 @commental: Really? I am intrigued. Could you past some links please?
  • 1 0
 @frenchfriedfun:

Happy to see you!?
  • 197 1
 Is there a regular version or is it step-through only ?
  • 137 0
 Finally we can go trail riding in long skirts.
  • 61 6
 Future Gender Compatible.
  • 8 0
 @Woody25: like wheel women
  • 7 0
 When my hips give out & I have mobility issues. This bike will be considered.
  • 95 1
 It looks great and all, but I can't help but feel like that seat tube is way too long.
  • 35 0
 Same. Chop 50mm off every seat post, and bump each dropper up by 50mm and you're getting somewhere,
  • 41 1
 Unno bikes. Where "form over function" isn't just a style, a business model.
  • 16 0
 @inked-up-metalhead: drill holes in the head tube for cables while you're at it
  • 38 0
 Wtf. Why drop the top tube for standover clearance and then pair it with a ridiculously long seat tube??
  • 10 0
 @gabriel-mission9: right? If you're gonna make the top tube so low it looks like it's an old women's step-through hybrid bike, at least put a couple bottle cage mounts on that monstrosity.
  • 4 0
 I'm not saying 140mm is "XC", but it's certainly in water-bottle territory... alas, we can put it on the top tube and it will still be in a decent spot to grab!
  • 8 0
 @inked-up-metalhead: The suspension links and shock is taking up a disappointing amount of space above the bb, pushing the whole seat tube up. Even if they reduced the total height, you still won’t have enough insertion depth to go longer than spec’d on the dropper.
  • 13 1
 Sersiouly. Anybody who would ride a 435mm reach bike would likely struggle on a 440mm seat tube. T-Rex sizing
  • 20 1
 If your seat tube is longer than your reach you’re doing it wrong
  • 2 0
 That's because it is.
  • 3 0
 @Zaeius: welcome to XL sizing from not long ago…
  • 58 0
 That rusty chain guide bolt is so close to the seat tube color. That's next level matchy matchy, well done guys
  • 8 1
 When you ask 10k for a bike but had to cheap out on that screw (same for my previous Yeti seat collar screw Big Grin )
  • 3 0
 "patina"
  • 56 0
 Build bike with lowest possible standover. Fit sail boat mast as seat tube.
  • 2 2
 @Woody25 More like a keel, but yea.
  • 1 0
 @Chuckolicious: a keel goes beneath the hull, a mast goes up...
  • 1 0
 @pierceklinke: Ha, yea, I know. It just looks more like a keel, or a wind turbine blade to me.
  • 30 1
 I'm just glad they finally clarified you can't stack 4+ or 2+ cards. Will save a lot of conflict in my household.
  • 1 0
 You can in ‘go wild’ mode....
Guess Unno isn’t wild?
  • 4 0
 Crazy talk, stacking is clearly an improvement. Time to go rogue.
  • 20 1
 Is anybody else not frustrated that bike companies keep designing bikes where the shock and linkage bearings are placed directly in the firing line of the dirt from the rear wheel without some sort of protection or gaurd? Drives me mad anyway....
  • 3 0
 Yea. At least Antidote specs a fender to minimize the spray effects. Unno here's like lol bro a bit of mud and dirt never hurt any rear sus or bearings lol.
  • 4 0
 This plus the dumb headset routing, not a bike for real all weather mountain biking
  • 5 0
 @chaoscacca: I had never heard of antidote but I have just looked them up, they look real nice!! Much better than Unno for sure man
  • 3 0
 And also - how do u adjust comp & rebound settings? Looks like a super tight squeeze or good for tiny hands?
  • 21 0
 Doesn't look like a Session, that's for sure.
  • 17 0
 35-40 difference in reach between sizes is a bit of a problem.
  • 2 0
 they want to reduce the amount of framesizes
  • 2 0
 Small ass large
  • 5 0
 Extra medium!
  • 14 2
 Seat tube is way to tall, the bike looks like a female city bike, and integrated cables in the headset. Sorry it's just an ugly bike in my opinion.
  • 2 0
 Female city bikes have a superior design. This thing is overpriced, but the actual frame layout is ideal.
  • 12 1
 I can't afford to look at these photos
  • 10 4
 Its a work of art. But so is Picasso. Just not my thing.
Complex head tube cables and anything with a Rebuild (sorry Reverb) is defo not for me.
That said, in this day and age and given its very boutique nature, I thought the lower end one quite reasonable. Thought it was frame only initially.
  • 4 0
 I know, if you ignore this kind of stuff pretty soon you have a fiat multipla without realising
  • 4 0
 @browner: good god man. Where is your mind to think of such vile things!
  • 7 0
 It looks great in the details and design language but the low slung top tube makes the proportions look like it's a ladies town bike..went a bit too low imo
  • 1 0
 also looks razor sharp. inside of my knee hurts just looking at it
  • 7 0
 Is this really made to be ridden? Looks like it should sit in a showroom window to get you in to look at everything else in the store.
  • 8 0
 On windy days just hang a sail from that seat tube and no need to pedal.
  • 6 0
 Cables through headset became a thing.
Riders with lots of money: yea, really nice, I'll buy it!
Bike mechanics: I'll give up my job...
  • 2 0
 Nono its bike mechanics having a argument to add another 20 to the bill of said riders with a lot of money Smile
  • 1 0
 Gotta keep bike shops in business one way or another…
  • 7 0
 Please can we stop the integrated bar-stem combo before more manufacturers jump on this bandwagon??
  • 1 0
 Too late, these things are usually done years in advance.
  • 4 0
 @pinkbike In these articles, can we get more non-drive-side pics of bikes so we can see more of the rear suspension? This article has 5 pics of the drive-side and not a single one of the other side. Not sure if this is a function of what pics the companies give you, but this happens a lot in these articles.
  • 8 0
 Looks silly
  • 7 0
 The first look should also be the last.
  • 6 0
 Once you see the mis-naming, you can’t unsee it….. “The all new Unno GoldMember”.
  • 2 0
 "I loooooooove goooooooold!"
-the person who designed this bike, probably
  • 3 0
 Came here to moan about the cable routing, short droppers and lack of bottle cage - then saw price - none of this is really going to impact any realistic bike choices for me! Still, don't want affordable bikes to be getting any ideas here...
  • 4 1
 "The Factory version's upgrades are mostly superficial, with XX1 vs. GX AXS gearing, carbon rather than alloy Synthesis rims from CrankBrothers, and a Reverb ZXS dropper instead of a Fox Transfer."

That's not superficial. Superficial would be like Fox Factory vs Fox Perfomance Elite (only diff is Kashima or not), or color matched wheel stickers vs plain. Alloy rims to carbon rims is a whole can of worms (IMHO it's just overall strength: if you break a good carbon rim, you wouldn't be bending back an alloy rim, it would also be quite broken). Cable dropper to wireless dropper is a pretty functional change as well, besides the lever/button action you now have 2 more batteries to worry about!
  • 5 0
 Dud team up with ssangyong to design their frames? That's the ugliest and most out of proportion bike I've seen since their last release.
  • 1 0
 Did they*
  • 4 0
 @thisc*nt: No you pronounced it correctly the first time
  • 6 0
 I've always wanted a kashima seat tube
  • 2 0
 Another bike of such cost, sure it may be pretty to some, well made perhaps, but theres no way
that thing would work for me. I would really love to see, that rear shock set up filled with wet mud, grit and
ridden for some time in such conditions, theres no where for it to go, it'll just build up hold there til hosed out,
and the average joe remove rear shock and bearings for service, whats the service life, weight limit of the frame seat tube? it looks like it needs support, and yeh the stem. In all the headache to service alone puts me off.

please show after 3-4 years of real world use, a maintanance diary perhaps, how did getting replacement parts
after 3 yrs work out, was it even supported, this is where things hold for me
  • 1 0
 I get what you are saying but not everyone who buys these are riding in slop all year round.
  • 4 0
 @Imabigboy82: "I get what you are saying but not everyone who buys these are riding in slop all year round."

Your telling me there are folk out there that dont live in mud huts and have to wear wellies to ride ?
I dont for one minute believe you, next you will be saying its sunny in texas
  • 4 2
 I never thought snapping a seat tube would be a problem. That bike gets rolled over that post is probably the first thing to break. Stupid design that honestly doesn't even look good all because of the stupidly long seat tube.
  • 2 0
 Lots of the newer low slung top tube enduro machines crack at the junction of the seat tube 'knob' that they're forced to add. It's dumb design and this frame has take the concept to new heights.
  • 3 0
 Maybe its me, but I dont get the hysteria over this brand or these bikes. I rarely see them reviewed so have no idea if they are actually any good at all and the looks are polarizing IMO.
  • 2 0
 For a review you need a working frame
  • 2 0
 Can someone just produce a Production mule bike? I want a less extreme version of the range mule, big headtube that i can adjust from 470 reach to 490 because for some reason we dont have a reach standard(seriously this is a good idea)
then i can Run the reach/hta exactly where i want.

Then make it so i can run my Chainstay from 330 to 445ish with extensions.
Several shock locations similar to the Rocky altitude and including a range of different front mounts/links so i can run diff length shocks/mullet etc.

4kg with air shock. Ill pay alot of money for a frame like that - that weight should be tough as, last me 10 years. well worth it.

Its seriously dumb we have to buy bikes that have "set" geo... like we dont live where the bike was designed, we dont ride like the designer/tester....(im talking on a more adjustable stage not a stupid marketing "flip chip"
  • 1 0
 Geometron G1? Adjustable chainstay and seat stay and I just move my seat backwards and forwards for adjustability.
  • 1 0
 @DrHarry: it doesnt have a huge adjustable range though, i want both extremes and inbetween.
  • 2 0
 The new Dash features internal cable routing, and the cables and hydraulic hose enter the frame through a guide just underneath the integrated cockpit, rather than routing through it.

Unno says this is in case you’d like to run a traditional handlebar and stem combination, provided you keep the guide underneath. The brand further adds that all of the routing is guided inside to avoid any unnecessary fishing.

Source: www.bikeradar.com/news/unno-dash-all-mountain-bike
  • 2 0
 But Unno state it doesn’t run through the cockpit (ie the bar/stem combo). The headset is not the cockpit.

Its a Acros internal headset. Looking at the frame on photos you can see that there are no holes above the bearing cups, which means the cables have to go through the upper bearing.
  • 5 0
 Seat tube length is sooooo 5 years ago.
  • 2 0
 The size 1 seat tube is 20mm longer than the seat tube on my medium Evil Calling from 2016 and the reach is shorter.

Honestly as someone who is 5'9" with a 30" inseam, I would struggle to ride the S1 even with a 125mm dropper.
  • 6 0
 Ellsworth called...
  • 6 0
 And asked for tips
  • 2 0
 @browner: Works in almost any other situation than this.
  • 2 1
 Headset cable routing matters to us, but sadly it won’t matter much to the people who buy these bikes.

For more mainstream brands, I hope voting with our wallet works, but given the light availability atm, I’m willing to bet it won’t.
  • 3 0
 The tilted adjustment knobs on the rear shock don't seem to make sense for this frame. You can't even get to the low speed rebound knob. It's tucked inside the frame.
  • 5 0
 Looks like a shopper.......
  • 2 0
 Seriously imagine a basket on it and..........
  • 3 0
 Finally I can wear my TLD floor length enduro dress.
  • 2 0
 So are all Unno bikes going to look stupid from now onwards? They used to look sleek and elegant but now they look like an MTB that was designed by Porsche or BMW for the showrooms.
  • 2 0
 To be fair, they have the same target group of customers.
  • 4 1
 With the main and shock pivots so close together the stresses must be unbelievable. You'll probably need to replace the bearings every third ride.
  • 1 0
 Unno seems to be doing the santa cruz homogenization thing, but reeeeaaally to the extreme. Compare a picture of the dash to one of the burn. Other than componentry there is no discernible difference AT ALL. Seriously, go try it. I can't find anything. Stops a brand from being interesting IMO. I love how different the enduro is from the stumpy, or the sight and the range.
  • 1 0
 "Unno will build three sizes which they say will cover riders from 165 cm (5' 5") to 195 cm (6' 5") tall. That means the gaps between sizes are pretty big"

So the smallest size is actually aimed at above the average female height in many countries?
  • 5 0
 Water bottle?
  • 1 0
 The burn can take one, so I guess this can too
  • 3 0
 Pivots very closely spaced allow for very easy design- and terrible bearing reliability.
  • 5 0
 Yeah, I dUNNO.
  • 2 0
 Seatpost makes it look like the bike has an horse dong erection. Geez. Would look a lot better if not such a different color.
  • 3 0
 can't help but wonder if the company name is a reference to how many of these they expect to sell.
  • 5 2
 Maybe headset cable routing is to push us all to wireless shifting?
  • 5 1
 And wireless braking? Or maybe anyone stupid enough to think this is a good idea on mountain bikes is also stupid enough to think we only need a front brake.
  • 3 0
 Why didn't they unfold it for the photos?
  • 3 0
 @Unno: fixed the seat tube: www.pinkbike.com/photo/23074685
  • 1 0
 You're hired.
  • 3 4
 Lots of comments about destroying the seat tube.

How???

Who is going full send AND sitting at the same time? Are you guys such badass climbers that the seat tube can't handle all the immense torque you're putting out??
  • 3 2
 Because according to some they have balls so big and hard = more likely to bit hit when they put the lawnmower away on a bike they dont ride though
  • 1 1
 @thewanderingtramp: hahahahaha nailed it!
  • 2 1
 Lots of current enduro bikes designed with low top tubes and high seat knobs already crack at the junction. The forces of sitting down climbing with a high seat are huge.
  • 1 0
 With that stand over clearance anyone can pedal it, even the most vertically challenged.
  • 4 0
 Only a select few will be able to sit on the saddle though. Many can pedal, few can sit.
  • 2 0
 Reverb ZXS dropper...something new? lol
  • 2 0
 Need that integrated carbon cockpit! but with 40mm rise
  • 3 1
 i would destroy that seattube within the first ride
  • 2 0
 Be better if it was made out of wood
  • 1 1
 How much better would this look like with a parallel HA and STA? There's a reason most bike designs don't draw attention to those two misaligned lines.
  • 2 0
 oh nice I can finally wear my kilt out on a ride
  • 2 0
 it looks beautiful but also ugly
  • 1 0
 Nailed it!
  • 1 0
 I like the design, and the spec seems really good for the price. But I can’t afford most new bikes these days…
  • 1 0
 Who would’ve thought the UNNO dash would eventually surpass the Hightower in value, for equivalent spec?
  • 2 0
 next week unno announce 25mm drop dropper
  • 1 0
 That's what I call a full hybrid: an enduro bike that looks like a beach cruiser. Nailed it, guys.
  • 1 0
 Not even got a dyson 1000w motor in it for 10 grand...20 grand for a 250w 36v weakling
  • 1 1
 There is absolutely no way that seat tower junction with the top tube survives more than 6 months of regular, normal MTB use. What an exceedingly stupid design.
  • 1 0
 I think it is visually stunning. From screenville, no one who’s ridden an Unno didn’t like it.
  • 1 1
 Just going to leave this here... Unno Dash Tailored Protection Kit
  • 1 0
 i would put duct tape from the seattube to the top tube.. it think than it would look nicer Smile
  • 1 0
 Gonna need a subscription service for the kashima coating on this one. Without a fender it surely won't last long at all.
  • 1 0
 @seb Scott I’m assuming the seat tube angle is 75 not the 65 stated
  • 1 0
 My teeth want this badly!
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 10k bike killed with plastic headset, congrats
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 Doug de muro should review that bike and sell it to Manny koshbin.
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 Can’t wait to get my Reverb ZXS dropper.
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 It's interesting but reminds me of a 'comfort bike' with the low top tube.
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 Hey unno…. Need a S2.5 size
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 Silly. Just silly.
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 wow I hate it
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 ...Looks like a Vape
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 Cool reminds me of an expensive lightweight hoover
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 It’s almost like a kick scooter
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 It reminds me of a commuter bike.
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 Looks amazing but I’d want a bit shorter ST
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 First Look: The All-New Worlds ugliest bike.☣️
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 Unno something, I like the look of it!
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 It's... it's just... I mean, it's really ugly... isn't it?
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 for the love of sweet Mary that is a rusty chain guide bolt.
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 Neat ebike with battery in the seatmast!
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 Did they have Mark Knopfler play at the big reveal in Philadelphia?
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 I want to see this in a huck-to-flat!
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 Unno that I was going to Dash to the shop to buy this, but that seat tube just looks too snappable for my fat dentist ass
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 Am I the only one who worries about that tower of a seat tube!??
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 Probably, I have more important things to worry about.
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 I said it when I first saw the images a while ago. That seat mast is doomed to fail at the toptube junction. I get wanting to be different, but I feel like this is at the expense of frame integrity.
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 Overpriced. This bike shouldn't cost more than $4k
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 Unno took it too far.
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 That's one ugly bike!
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 Grim Donut, is that you?
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