There are many fun mountain bikes in the world, and then there's the Knolly Delirium. Designed for the rider who enjoys freeride, shuttle downhill riding, or just riding park, the Delirium will take your riding to the next level. With 170mm of travel on the front and rear, this bike will eat up just about anything in its path. The Delirium features Knolly's FOURby4 Suspension Technology which is inspired by Formula One racing strut-style suspension. This suspension design helps keep your shock from being over-worked and over-heated on long downhills allowing your shock to always have optimum performance. The frame also features easy, adjustable geometry to configure your ride for whatever terrain you're on.
SRAM Eagle components are what drives this bike. With a 10-50 tooth, 12-speed cassette, not only will this bike descend beautifully, it will climb too. Spank Oozy 345 Trail wheels are paired with Schwalbe Magic Mary tires for ultimate cornering and traction. SRAM Guide RSC brakes provide ample stopping power and are paired with Shimano RT-66 203mm rotors. With an MRP Ribbon suspension fork on the front and Fox Float X2 Factory shock on the rear, this will be your go-to bike for those steep descents.
SRAM GX Eagle provides the ultimate gear range
SRAM Guide RSC offers ample stopping power
FOURby4 Suspension Technology for ultimate rear suspension performance
Adjustable Geometry to configure your ride how you like it
MRP Ribbon fork with 170mm of travel
MRP Ribbon Boost, 170mm, Tapered
Fox Float X2 Factory Shock, 170mm
Cane Creek 10 ZS44/ZS56
SRAM GX Eagle 12-Speed
SRAM GX Eagle 12-Speed
SRAM GX Eagle, 175mm, 32T
SRAM GXP Team 68/73
SRAM GX 12-Speed Chain
SRAM XG-1295 12-Speed
SRAM Guide RSC
Spank Oozy 345 Trail
Schwalbe Magic Mary 27.5" x 2.35"
Race Face Atlas 35, 800mm Wide, 20mm Rise
Race Face Aeffect 35, 50mm, 6° Rise
Lizard Skins 494
Race Face Aeffect Dropper, 31.6mm, 385mm, 125mm Travel With Remote
Park, Freeride, Downhill
33.9 lbs (Medium)
Note: Components are subject to change without notice.
GEOMETRY (mm / inch)
A: Seat Tube Length
B: Effective Top Tube
E: BB Height
F: BB Drop
G: Head Tube Length
H: Head Tube Angle
I: Seat Tube Angle
J: Standover Height
K: Chainstay Length
Suggested Rider Height
Under 170 cm Under 5'7"
170-180 cm 5’7”-5’11”
170-180 cm 5’11”-6’2”
Note: Headtube angle and bottom bracket height will be different when geometry is adjusted.
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