Polygon's race team has been spotted at Sea Otter on a new enduro bike that is due to replace the current Siskiu N9
The bike has the new 6 bar Independent Floating Suspension system that we have previously seen on Polygon's Bromo emtb. As the name suggests, the system is designed to control the wheel path and anti-squat independently of the leverage curve. For a deeper dive into the system, read Seb Stott's first ride of the Bromo, here
. It has to be said, without a motor getting in the way, the design looks a bit more refined on this enduro bike than on the Bromo and we don't doubt that it has been tuned differently as well.
The bike rolls on 29" front and rear and has tweaked geometry from the previous Siskiu N9, although Polygon didn't have any specifics for us at the booth. The geometry has apparently been worked on with the brand's race team so we wouldn't be surprised to see a longer, lower, slacker treatment to suit modern race tracks.
Protection can be fitted using the downtube mounts
The bike should be launching around July and we have reached out to Polygon for more information and will update this piece as it comes in.