Knolly Endorphin

Knolly Endorphin

3 Reviews for Endorphin

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 The Endorphin has the changed the way I ride my bike. The thing that amazes me the most about Endorphin is that it is nimble, planted, and super stable all in the same package. The beauty of this bike is that you can completely change the bike simply by changing tires. Throw on some minions and go do downhill runs. Mount some lighter tires and go ride the thing all day, up and down. Knolly and Cane Creek have done an amazing job at getting the suspension right. From the factory Cane creek sets the base tune, and from there the rider can tweak the settings to their desired settings. When I first got my Endorphin I was afraid to change a thing because it felt that good. The fourbyfour suspension out back takes care of the rider, and I am always amazed at the bikes ability to climb technical stuff. I highly recommend this bike to anyone that is looking for a bike that is flickable, fun, and super confident. Get an Endorphin and begin the game of point and shoot!
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 the price? wow spec is nice. weight of the bike is reasonable, nice looking! would buy one of these in the year to come!
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 what size is this
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Knolly Endorphin (MSRP $2275) — Quick….Nimble….Stiff. Featuring the most aggressive geometry in the trail bike category, this Endorphin is built to rip. By shedding over a pound and basing geometry around a 150mm fork, this Endorphin is snappier than previous versions, and designed for all-day trail shredding. The 2013 Endorphin is packed with features not usually found on a light weight trail bike including 12 x 142mm rear thru axle, dropper post cable routing, direct mount front derailleur, and ISCG tabs to boot. Our standard builds settle in at 26 pounds, with plenty of opportunity to go lighter. From epic rides to enduro races, the Endorphin has the chops to get you down the hill with plenty of time for dinner and a couple cold ones.

Specifications Compare to other All Mountain/Enduro/XC

Release Date 2014
Price $2,275
Travel 140
Rear Shock Cane Creek DBair CS
Fork FOX 34 Float 150mmCTD ADJUST FIT
Headset Cane Creek "forty" series
Cassette Shimano XTR 11 - 36 T
Crankarms Shimano XTR
Bottom Bracket Shimano XTR
Rear Derailleur Shimano XTR
Chain Shimano
Front Derailleur Shimano XTR E-type 2 direct
Shifter Pods Shimano XTR 10spd
Handlebar Race Face SIXC
Stem Chromag Ranger
Brakes Shimano XTR Trail
Hubs Hope Pro II EVO
Spokes DT Swiss Competition, black
Rim DT Swiss XM450
Tires Maxxis Minion DHF/DHR 2.35''
Seat Joystick Digital Feather
Seatpost KS Lev

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