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Mountain Bike Action
2012 Buyer's guide.
Mountain Bike Action
2012 Buyer's guide.
Dixon
A DNA CHAIN BASED ON PRIME ALL-MOUNTAIN PERFORMANCE.

145mm of travel
Atlas
SCARY-FAST ACCELERATION, AND CORNERING CAPABILITIES.

110mm of travel
Sweet Spot
Dixon & Atlas selected by MBA | So you’ve been riding an entry-level trail-bike and it has worked out fine for you so far, but you can’t help but think that if only your bike were a little lighter, quicker or smoother, you would finally have the edge on your buddies. Regardless of your riding ability, advances in mountain bike technology will make you a better rider.

These mid-priced trail-bikes aim to give you a top-of-the-line riding experience at a fraction of the cost. Many of these bikes are full suspension, with advanced designs offering stable pedaling platforms and loads of traction going up or downhill. These trail-bikes offer similar performance to their more expensive counterparts, with only a slight weight penalty.

Dixon XP:
This enduro bike comes equipped with 5.7 inch of travel with a rear-suspension design aimed at being an efficient climber. Devinci offers three models of Dixon, with the XP at the entry-level price point of 3000$.

WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO . Devinci Atlas RC.

These bikes are for those of you who aren’t worried about money. Regardless of what your friend, family and coworkers might say, for those who spend every free moment riding, talking about riding or thinking about riding, spending the money for a high-end mountain bike doesn’t seem crazy at all. If you are a techie like we are at MBA, you will appreciate having the latest and greatest technologies on your bike. These high-end bikes are the pinnacle of performance available today, in a package that aims to be the lightest weight and offers the best suspension performance.

Atlas RC:
This 29er features Dave Weagle’s Split Pivot rear-suspension design to increase pedaling efficiency and reduce suspension compression under braking forces. Devinci offers two Altas models, with the RC being the top of the line, priced at 4000$.

Source: Mountain Bike Action Magazine
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