Devinci recently showed off the newest version of the Troy. The All Mountain bike from the Canadian brand has been entirely renewed to meet the modern riders’ needs in terms of geometry and performance, with the latest standards such as a 157mm Super Boost hub and a metric shock with a trunnion mount, while still retaining some of the better features of the previous version. The new Troy is available with either a full carbon or aluminum alloy frame and both versions are available in both 27.5 and 29 inch wheel sizes.
The suspension system represents the fifth evolution of Split Pivot, with an improved compression curve that’s suitable for mounting coil sprung shocks. The linkage, also in carbon, includes the trunnion mount of the shock, saving space and allowing a low standover and a abundant space for the bottle cage, which can be placed in two different positions.
The suspension travel is the same for all frames, regardless of the wheel size: 140mm rear travel to which 150mm forks are combined.
1 – Split Pivot suspension system
2 – Super Boost rear hub 157mm
3 – Full carbon frame, including the linkage
4 – New position for the geometry modifying “flip chip”
5 – Asymmetric Frame construction
6 – Threaded BB
7 – Bottle cage can be positioned on 2 different positions
8 – Low standover height
9 – 100mm dropper (XS only 27.5), 125mm (S), 150mm (M and L) and 170 (XL only 29)
10 – Accept chainrings up to 38 teeth
11 – Accepts wide tires up to 2.8 “(27.5) and 2.4” (29)
12 – Metric shock absorber with trunnion fitment
13 – Coil friendly rear suspension
14 – PM180 brake caliper coupling – Also available in XS size (27.5 )
15 – Compatible FRG Cup adjustable geometry (head angle)
16 – Shaped rubber frame guards
Devinci continues the tradition of the construction of aluminum frames made in its Canadian headquarters, offering the Troy also in an alloy version, also in this case in both 27.5 and 29 inch wheels.
Troy Carbon 27
Troy Carbon 29