Press Release: Polygon
The Collosus N9 is Polygon’s latest innovative design, built for riders looking to take their riding to the next level. Spotted at the Enduro World Series 2022 (EWS), the Polygon Factory Racing (PFR) team put the new stead through its paces. Team riders Dan Wolfe, Matt Stuttard and Brady Stone, raced the EWS circuit covering the globe - from Europe to North America and Canada.
Three-time US National Enduro Champ, Amy Morrison, claimed her third US National title riding the Collosus N9. Morrison also won this year’s Northstar Enduro (EWS Qualifier) and represented Team USA at the EWS Trophy of Nations 2022.
The Collosus N9 has also made its debut at this year’s Crankworx World Tour - in Innsbruck, Whistler, Cairns and Rotorua.
The PFR team and Amy Morrison have been instrumental in testing and providing feedback to help develop and advance the perfect enduro bike.
The Collosus N9 has been developed to meet the needs of all levels of rider. At the heart of it all, the IFS 6-bar linkage creates an efficient pedaling platform for sprinting and climbing with precise handling whilst eating big hits at high speed. Making it suitable for your everyday weekend warrior up to your World Enduro Racers.
When launching the N9, the location was an easy choice. Australia’s undisputed mountain biking capital - Tasmania. Threaded with rugged landscapes, from rainforests blanketed in moss, and terrain that ranges from granite to hero dirt.
Joined by PFR team member, Brady Stone (NZ), local Tasmanian rider, Jack Marsh (AU) and Polygon Brand Manager, Serena Lisney. Plans were modified due to weather conditions and flight cancellations, but the team jumped in - clearing trails and rebuilding jumps. Operation Collosus was good to go! Polygon
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Rider: Brady Stone
Rider: Jack Marsh
Rider: Serena Lisney
Driver: Charles Lord
Video and Photos: Jasper Da Seymourpolygonbikes.com