Spot Rocker Single Speed 27.5+ Bike 2016
The plus sign means more, as in more rubber, more fun.
Spot has had a singular, and focused goal from the onset of their existence. They want to produce and build a product that turns bike riders into bike addicts. They have accomplished this and are continuously at the forefront of bicycle innovation. Make no mistake, they are truly interested in innovation, and not simply creating or following trendy fads.
It's not fat. It's just chubby. The extra tire girth of the 27.5+ platform brings more traction, more volume and more fun to the Spot Rocker party. Constructed with Air-Hardened and Heat-treated Reynolds 853 DZB steel tubing, it is unquestionably strong, durable and light. The 30.9mm seattube, a unusual sight on steel frames, means that the Rocker is compatible with a wide variety of dropper seatpost. This in combination with the low stand over height, means that the Spot Rocker is ready to get rowdy and into some serious trouble. Whether that be Enduro, XC racing, lift accessed laps, or just buzzing down the street, bringing a Rocker along ensures good times are ahead.
The Spot Rocker SS 27.5+ Bike comes ready to rock with a wide Race Face Aeffect wheel set wrapped in a generous amount of Schwalbe Nobby Nic rubber. A SRAM X5 crank and Gates Center Track Carbon Drive system take on the responsibility of getting rider generated power to the wheels. It also comes with SRAM Level TL hydraulic disc brakes that will have you stopping on a dime. Show the technical sections who's boss with the 120mm of travel provided by the RockShox Reba RL featuring a boost 110 x 15mm front axle.
- Reynolds 853 DZB Tubing
- Kobe 2 Slider Dropouts
- Next generation Gates Carbon Drive System
- Boost 148 Rear Spacing
- 30.9 mm Seattube
- Tapered Headtube
|Frame||Reynolds 853 DZB Tubing: Seamless Air-Hardening Heat-Treated Steel with Double Butted Zones. Kobe 2 Slider Dropouts. Compatible with Standard or belt driven drivetrains.|
|Fork||Reba RL Boost 110x15, 120 mm travel, 51 mm offset, 110 mm hub spacing|
|Crankset||SRAM X5 with Gates Center Track 42T Sprocket|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM 73mm Threaded|
|Brakes||SRAM Level TL, 180 mm front rotor, 160 mm rear rotor|
|Wheelset||Race Face Aeffect 27.5", 110x15 front, Boost 148x12 rear|
|Tires||Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5 x 3.0" front, 27.5 x 2.8" rear|
|Handlebar||Race Face Aeffect 35mm clamp diameter, 10 mm rise, 760 mm width|
|Stem||Spot 35 mm bar clamp, 70 mm length, 7 degree|
|Seatpost||Spot 30.9mm x 400mm|
|Seat Clamp||Spot 33.1mm|
|Intended Use||Cross Country, Trail|
Note: Components are subject to change without notice.
|A: Seat Tube Length|| 381 |
| 432 |
| 483 |
| 533 |
|B: Effective Top Tube|| 572 |
| 597 |
| 622 |
| 648 |
|C: Stack|| 607 |
| 617 |
| 626 |
| 635 |
|D: Reach|| 411 |
| 434 |
| 456 |
| 480 |
|E: BB Height||-||-||-||-|
|F: BB Drop|| 61 |
| 61 |
| 61 |
| 61 |
|G: Head Tube Length|| 381 |
| 432 |
| 483 |
| 533 |
|H: Head Tube Angle||69.0 °||69.0 °||69.0 °||69.0 °|
|I: Seat Tube Angle||75.0 °||75.0 °||75.0 °||75.0 °|
|J: Standover Height|| 685 |
| 685 |
| 713 |
| 739 |
|K: Chainstay Length|| 462 |
| 462 |
| 462 |
| 462 |
|L: Wheelbase|| 1091 |
| 1117 |
| 1143 |
| 1170 |
|Suggested Rider Height||5'2"-5'6"||5'7"-5'10||5'11"-6'2"||6'3" - 6'7"|
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