KTM Prowler 29
The Prowler from KTM is their latest 150mm travel 29" bike. It's not aimed towards full-on enduro racing as it keeps an eye on lightweight and climbing ability. At 12.7kgs for the top of the line Prowler Sonic 12, it's light enough. Fully specced with new 12x speed XTR and Kashima coated Fox Suspension it costs €6799.
Geometry looks on point for intended purpose with three sizes in 445, 461, and 488mm reach sizes, 436mm chainstay, 66.5º head angle and 76.5º seat angle.
Don't worry though if you don't have that kind of cash to splash, there are more models to choose from down to a sub-€3000 alloy version that shares the same geometry and design.NS Define
These Define prototypes from NS Bikes are an evolution from their Snabb chassis, and now have a full carbon frame including in seatstays and chainstays. The frames are the same, but changing the lower shock mount can raise or lower the ride height and shock length for different travel options. They have also spec'd shorter offset forks than standard, 44mm for 29" and 36mm for 27.5".
BH Lynx 5 LT
Changing the lower shock mount can raise or lower the ride height.
The new Lynx was developed by their team, BH Miranda (Karim Amour, Alex Cure, and Jose Borgés), to take on the Enduro World Series. The Lynx 5 LT has 150mm of travel with a DW Split Link suspension system that has a floating shock driven from either end. The frame uses Ballistic carbon construction with HCIM (Hollow Core Internal Moulding) process, weighing a claimed 2100g without shock for a medium size. Geometry is a 65º head angle and 75.5º seat angle, with a 440mm reach. The frame has internal cable guides, integrated chainstay and the seat stay protectors and downtube guard, all the usual features like Boost spacing, tapered headtube and bottle cage mounts.