Polygon Bikes Announces New Siskiu N Enduro Bike

Jul 5, 2018 at 10:56
by Polygon Bikes  

PRESS RELEASE: Polygon Bikes

Following the success of the Polygon Siskiu T - Trail Bike range, we are excited to announce the release of the Polygon Siskiu N - Enduro Bike range.

Polygon Siskiu N series is an aluminum full suspension enduro bike with a combination of parts and technology design to be ready to be ridden in the most demanding of conditions. An aggressive, agile, and fast bike for the rider who wants to defeat their personal limitations all-day in the mountains to the local trails.

All models of Siskiu N are built around a lightweight aluminum frame adopting the new Boost Hub standards, with 170mm (27.5") and 160mm (29") suspension fork travel and utilizing a FAUX BAR rear suspension system, keeping the frame weight down while reinforcing high-stress areas and reducing flex under heavy loads. The rear swing triangle also features a unibody pivot bridge that stiffens the rear wheel and reduces lateral forces on the rear shock when under load. The frame is finished off with a tapered headset, rear thru axle, internal routing for gears and 125mm (S-M)/150mm(L-XL) dropper post. The Polygon Siskiu N is equipped with a no-worries and durable SRAM GX or SRAM NX 1x drivetrain that further improving the bike's performance. Those combinations result in a bike that does not compromise; efficient when pedaling uphill, precise handling, and stable to beat any descents.

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The Polygon Wheel Fit Size System assures each frame size is paired with a wheel size that perfectly fits the rider's height for better efficiency and an optimal riding experience. This allowed us to concentrate on what the bike should feel like on the trails, guaranteeing a consistent riding experience for all riders. Small and Medium frames are paired with 27.5” wheels, whilst Medium, Large and XL frames use 29“ wheels.


The two models start at US$ 2699 for Siskiu N8 to US $2999 for Siskiu N9. If you're looking for a dependable enduro bike to do it all equipped with high-quality components list, then the Siskiu N is the bike for you.



Check the full information about Siskiu N series at Polygon Bikes online.



About Polygon:
For over 25 years, Polygon Bikes have been designing, building and engineering world class bicycles in partnership with engineers, industrial designers, creative thinkers and professional riders based in North America, Europe, and Asia. We are passionate about innovation and work hard each season to produce fresh and authentic designs with global relevance. We are one of the few global bike brands that own our manufacturing facilities allowing us to control all aspects of the manufacturing process from the craftsmanship of hand welding our frames right through to our industry-leading assembly and painting facilities. Those facilities also allow us to leverage significant cost efficiencies that most brands are not able to achieve. This results in our ability to offer an extensive range of high-quality bicycles you can depend on at some of the most competitive pricing available in the market. Polygon offers an extensive range of high-quality bikes with leading-edge technology to help you take your riding to the next level.


MENTIONS: @Polygonbikes




46 Comments

  • + 39
 A press release about a new bike with not a single good picture of the new bike?
  • + 2
 It's a spyshot.
  • + 19
 So, is the Nail'd react design done then?
  • + 6
 Yeah I feel like we’ve been played...
  • + 7
 Nail'd it.
  • + 2
 Yeah, probably couldn't square the related cost at that price point.
  • + 1
 Defenetly a pitty if , I would like to give it a try and buy one in a future if it works so well.
  • + 3
 It's definitely not gone, Polygon is just positioning it as their premium suspension design and leaving the opening price points for linkage-driven single pivots.
  • + 1
 @ka-brap: I think you may have missed that the comments above were rolling out da punz? Big Grin

But yeah, we will be seeing more of Naild in the future, you only have to look at the current Val di Sol threads with pictures of the UR team to see evidence of that.
  • + 2
 @Hyakian: Actually I got the chance to ride one and it is like nothing I have ever ridden before. the climbing was unreal and I felt like I never ran out of travel. However, I couldn't justify spending 8,000 - 10,000 when an entry-level sc nomad is basically just a heavy version of the polygon.
  • + 1
 @Hyakian: No, I got your pun and propped you Wink My comment was directed at Vudu74
  • + 1
 The Xquareone is a very different bike for a very different target audience at a very different price point, as far as I know that's not going anywhere.
  • + 1
 This bike is the bridge between the two models. The Nail'd is defiantly not done.
  • + 4
 looks like they try to fight Canyon, Commençal and YT with the prices... SInce 3 years I ride polygon bike, and I am happy with it. Need to test this one by my self but it's look funny.
  • + 4
 Yup another reasonable price here.
  • + 5
 Ya looks like a YT
  • + 4
 STA and ESTA are mixed up in the table.
  • + 2
 That image has now been updated. Cheers.
  • + 2
 What the effin' f*** is with manufacturers putting SLACKER seat angles to LARGER frames?! Who in the holy hell thinks that taller people want to sit even further over the rear axle? We have to raise the seat up to heavens anyway, so it's plenty back already compared to shorter folks who run the seat lower, then someone thinks it's cool to exaggerate that even more by slackening things. WHY?!
  • + 1
 Probably a good thing but i can't see a water bottle fitting anywhere inside the front triangle, not a deal breaker for some i guess.
  • + 1
 The Siskiu T series doesn't have bottle mounts, so yeah probably not.
  • + 3
 Typo, or are we hit with yet another bike style?
  • + 5
 Never go full Endruo!
  • + 6
 @colincolin: Ha, oops. Now fixed. There's no downduro or upcountry here.
  • + 2
 The N9 looks like a good deal IMO! Smile
  • + 2
 Bikes looking , Tasmania looking even better
  • + 3
 It's spelled Siskiyou Wink
  • + 1
 the N is for eNduro. just fyi.
  • + 1
 Looks like a calibre bossnut with slightly better standover.
  • + 1
 Added to the watch list for next bike!
  • + 1
 Definitely keen to try the nine.
  • + 1
 Am I right in this? they only do a small & medium frame in 27.5?
  • + 1
 Looks like my transition covert!
  • + 1
 Nice design, liking the lines and angles.
  • + 1
 those damn birds though
  • + 1
 It looks like a bike
  • + 1
 It's a jeffsy basically
  • + 1
 A Jeffsy has a single pivot?
  • + 1
 Acan you say "Jeffsy" ??
  • + 1
 LOL was going to say this, except the rear pivot appears above/in front of the rear axle? Need detailed pics.
  • + 1
 Looks nothing like a jeffsy...
  • - 1
 I kind of like those numbers und looks, but: No water bottle mount inside the front triangle...
  • + 4
 It's just for riding downhill. Up you go in your pickup truck like in the video Wink
  • + 1
 Angular - I like it.

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