Think you've got an eye for a champ?
With the Red Bull Rampage tomorrow, YT Industries would like to reward one reader with a brand new TUES CF Comp. downhill bike. All you need to do is choose your winner and you will be entered for a chance to win.How to Enter
Pick your winner and leave their name in the comments section of this article, it's that easy. The people with the correct answer will be entered into a random prize draw. *Contest closes at 8:30AM PST Oct. 14th, 2016. Winner to be contacted directly through Pinkbike.What you Could Win
A brand new YT Industries TUES CF Comp. DH bike (valued at $4499 USD
)YT Industries TUES CF Comp. (MSRP: $4499 USD) :
The TUES is an absolute killer of a bike and embodies our motto GOOD TIMES in its purest form. The stiffness of the frame, the low center of gravity and the dynamic suspension system make it the perfect partner for bike parks, rough trails, and high-speed descents. The slack head angle, the generous reach, and the 650B wheels keep you in control on any track while the progressiveness of its suspension will get you hooked on airtime in a hurry. Our team riders have proven both at the FEST Series and at Rampage that the TUES packs quite the punch and easily handles the biggest jumps in the world. Carbon or aluminum? The choice is yours. Beginners, park-rats, and pro racers will all be stoked with the various spec options on offer.
The Comp version is suitable for almost all riders. The 200mm RockShox BoXXer Team and the RockShox Vivid R2C pumping out 208mm of V4L travel are both easy to set up and offer a maximum of proven performance. SRAM’s Guide RS brakes offer precision control at your fingertips and get you back into safe mode in case you got too loose. Every component on the TUES CF Comp is easy to manipulate and to set-up but offers competition-level performance at the same time. Our downhill rocket will have both rookies and pros smiling from ear to ear.
Frame: TUES Carbon 27.5”
Shock: RockShox Vivid R2C
Fork: RockShox BoXXer Team
Travel front/rear: 200mm / 208mm
Brakes: SRAM Guide RS
Discs front/rear: SRAM Centerline 200mm / 200mm
Grips: Sensus Disisdaboss
Color: Fallout / RAWR
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X9
Shifter: SRAM X9
Cassette: SRAM PG 1050
Handlebar: Race Face Atlas (800mm)
Stem: Race Face Atlas DM
Wheelset: DT Swiss YT 2020
Front and rear tire: Maxxis High Roller II DH
Headset: Acros AIX-325
Crankset: e.Thirteen LG1+
Bottom Bracket: E*Thirteen Pressfit 30 (83mm)
Chain guide: E*Thirteen LG1 (36-38T)
Seatpost: SDG I-Beam
Saddle: SDG I-Fly YT Custom
Weight: 16.6 kg / 36.6 lb
Frame size: S/M/L
Price: $4499 USD
How to Enter
Pick your winner and leave their name in the comments section of this article, it's that easy. The people with the correct answer will be entered into a random prize draw. *Contest closes at 8:30AM PST Oct. 14th, 2016. Winner to be contacted directly through Pinkbike.
Sounds pretty good right? Leave your winning choice below!
Thanks to, YT Industries
The main question is, can he put that stuff in a sick line, because it's not about tricks, it's RAMPAGE.
I'd be the happiest if Doerfling wins as that steep part is so beautiful and the true natural terrain as it should be. I really don't like sand bags and made up jumps, it looks like a slope course on steroids.
For me : Antoine Bizet !
Edit: Never mind, I'm dumb.