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|Price||Sale $4,799 - MSRP $6,999|
|Frame||Spot Mayhem Textreme Carbon|
|Fork||Fox 34 Factory 130mm Boost|
|Wheels||Mavic XA Aluminum 40mm internal|
|Drivetrain||SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed - 30t ring - Alloy crank|
|Cockpit||Raceface Next SL 35.0 x 780 - Turbine Stem|
A highly precise trail weapon
Ride it before you buy it!
XL available to demo
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$100 / 24hrs
- 130mm (5.1") Living Link™ suspension
- 148mm Rear Axle Spacing
- 15mm thru-axle fork
- 27.5” Plus-Compatible
- 29" wheels
- Bottle cage mount within front triangle and below downtube
- TexTreme carbon frame with stainless torx hardware
- Lifetime warranty on Living Link™ components
- Integrated Headset ZS44/ ZS56 for low stack height
- Internal carbon tubes ensure precise and hassle-free routing of derailleur and seat post cables
- ISCG-05 tabs for chainguide compatibility
- Sizes: S, M, L, XL,
- Threaded Bottom Bracket
SM 5’2"-5’5" | MD 5’5"-5’9" | LG 5’9" - 6’1" | XL 6’1" - 6'3"
(approximate - please visit the store to confirm sizing)
The Spot Mayhem isn't your typical 29'r trail bike. This thing is in a category of it's own!
This is a bike that you will not want to stop riding.
A super-stiff, unified carbon rear triangle, with boost spacing, and lightweight chain protection.
An aggressive stance puts you squarely over the pedals, and begs to be hammered.
Mayhem builds on the legacy of the young-but-impressive Rollik, adding even more versatility.
TexTreme Carbon fiber is the raw material from which this miracle machine is constructed.
The Living Link™ creates an incredibly dynamic ride experience. You seriously have to ride it to understand. The components have tested successfully past 3 million cycles in the lab, and come with a lifetime warranty.
Cable routing is well-thought-out, mechanic friendly, and the Hot Tomato paint color pops with deep hues and a slight metallic gleam.
Fox Racing Shox suspension is dialed for this build, and mounted up using beautiful stainless hardware.
A clean, integrated derailleur hanger gives your SRAM Eagle a comfy place to nest.
Derailleur line routing is as good as it gets. Easy to set up, no friction and out of harm's way.
Mavic has been doing this stuff for a long time - The XA Elite wheelset with alloy rims and steel spokes is a totally logical and practical choice.
SRAM Guide brake calipers provide lots of smooth power and controlled modulation.
Guide RSC Levers allow you to fine tune the exact feel of your brakes. The levers pivot smoothly on adorable little cartridge bearings.
Vans slide-on grips are a fun feature. Low durometer, and low profile, and surprisingly comfy.
Mavic Quest tires roll fast but dig deep at the same time.
29x2.35" size seems like a perfect fit.
Good spacing, without excess ramping on the knobs. Predictable feel in all directions.
Side knobs are well-supported, and confidence-inspiring on loose trail surfaces.
A big, stiff headtube keeps the front end planted.