NS Bikes Fuzz - velikost M - tlumič - Rock Shox Vivid R2C.
Elitní DH mašina s moderní geometrií, nastavitelným rozvorem, stabilitou, výbornou manévrovací schopností a progresivní křivkou odpružení (velmi citlivé při menších nerovnostech a na druhou stranu tužší u velikých)
Používají ho elitní jezdci jako Slawek Jaws Lukasik (1 v Euro DH cupu), švýcarský tým Swiss DH Syndicate, německý SportsNut DH Team, kanadský Lama DH a další.
Prověřené odpružení - žádné zbytečné pokusy, ale solidní ověřený horst-link systém odladěný pro potřeby sjezdu. Rámové trubky jsou individuálně tvarovány a zeslabovány. Možnost vnitřního vedení bovdenů. Speciální, extrémně odolné sváry "Double pass". Slitiny byly vybírány pro jednotlivé části individuálně podle otřebných vlastností (AL6061-T6 + AL6066-T6 custom formed and butted tubes)
Kompatibilní s pneu nebo 26 do šíře 2,6 nebo
27,5 (do šíře 2,5)
Geometrie na přiloženém obrázku.
The Fuzz is a true DH machine built to compete with the best in the pits, yet it is a modern do-it-all rig for any gravity assisted riding. The frame is raced throughout the whole season by our specially assigned R&D team, thrashed by one of the most vicious freeriders - Jaws, and then flipped and whipped by the #1 freestyle rider in the world - Sam Pilgrim. As with all NS products, the Fuzz has been built to provide the best race-day performance combined with everyday usability and reliability. It's strong, easy to adjust and will rip right out of the box.
Geometry: The frame has truly modern DH geometry - it's low, slack, and has a very short rear end with a roomy front triangle. Thanks to the adjustable dropouts you can set up the bike with a super tight rear end or you can fit the wheel in a more standard position to suit the characteristics for any track and riding style. The short position results in one of the tightest rear ends on the market. Thanks to this we could really open up the front end and benefit from massive stability and confidence improvements, yet still keep the wheelbase (hence maneuverability) under control.
Suspension: the Fuzz has a clearly progressive leverage ratio curve. The first stage of the travel is very supple and absorbs small and medium impacts. Towards the end of the travel, the frame becomes stiffer, and gives the rider a feeling of support, which results in predictable launches off jump lips and other obstacles that require getting air to clear. It's important to note that the characteristics are different on the short and long setting with a noticeably softer and less progressive feel in the long setting.
Kinematics: the 4-bar Horst link suspension has a significant amount of rearward axle movement which helps to absorb square faced bumps. The system, unlike most other designs on the market (including virtual pivot designs) it is immune to brake jack (i.e. the torque generated by the brakes will not cause the suspension to stiffen). There is also a fair amount of anti-squat built into the design to counter pedal induced bob. The shock, which is the most heavy part of the frame is tucked away near the BB to keep the center of gravity as low as possible.
Frame specs and technology:
- rear wheel travel: short CS: 198mm (7.8”) / long CS: 202mm (8.0”)
- AL6061-T6 + AL6066-T6 custom formed and butted tubes
- smooth ‘double pass’ welding in all critical areas
- weight (w/o shock): ~3.65kg
- rear shock: 240x76mm (9.5x3.0”), spring 400x30
- internal or external cable guide option
- head tube: tapered 1.5 ZS (56mm ID/44mm ID), 115mm (4.5”) stack height, headset included with the frame
- fits forks with standard 1-1/8” or tapered 1.5 - 1-1/8” steerer tubes
- rear hub 157x12mm, rear axle included with frame
- IS-2000 disc brake mount
- BB: standard mtb english 1.37x24tpi, 83mm wide, ISCG-05 mounts
- rear derailleur: removable hanger included
- front derailleur: not compatible
- seat post/clamp: 30.9mm / integrated seat clamp
- max tire: 26 x 2.6" (will fit 650B 2.5" in long CS setting)