Thursday, August 23, 2012

The 2013 Superfly. 29er at it's best

This is the coolest picture of the 2013 Superfly around...
Added a video.
M1 Cycles had the chance recently to check out the latest 29ers from Trek, up close....
We even rode them at Mt Stromlo on some of the best singletrack in the nation.
Initial thoughts when ridden were:
  • If you're a "29er Doubter" you really need to ride one of these;
  • Pushes hard into corners;
  • You'll find you're pedalling when you'd normally coast;
  • ...makes you want to carry more speed into corners and you'll be finding different lines all over the place;
  • Requires a little more upper body effort in general, but the reward is a ballistic, smooth ride;
  • ...few will go faster than on one of these.
  • I can't believe you can get your hands on a Superfly from $1999

Some of the features found in the 2013 Superfly Range
G2 Geometry: low-speed precision plus high-speed stability  
Extended size range includes a 23" XXL for tall riders  
E2 fully integrated tapered head tube
Removable Carbon Armour
BB95 bottom bracket
Internal Cable Routing
MicroTruss
Balanced post mount
Closed Convert dropouts 
15QR thru axle
 Balanced post mount  

OCLV Mountain Carbon Frames are outrageously light, but tough. 
  
Superfly100
Fox Factory Series 32 Float Terralogic damper, rebound, E2 tapered steerer, custom G2 Geometry w/51mm offset, 15QR thru axle, 100mm travel  
Apollo: the pinnacle of carbon cross country achievement  
E2 fully integrated tapered head tube