- FRAME: SPICY 27.5“ ALLOY SUPREME 6 OST+ 150mm Rear Travel
- FORK: ROCKSHOX PIKE RC FAST SOLO AIR 27.5“ 160mm 15QR TAPERED
- SHOCK ABSORBER: ROCKSHOX MONARCH E:i RT3 FAST 200x57mm (MECHANICAL VERSION: FOX FLOAT CTD PERFORMANCE BV)
- FRONT DERAILLEUR: SHIMANO SLX FDM670AE6X 10-SPEED
- REAR DERAILLEUR: SHIMANO XT SHADOW PLUS KRDM786GSL 10-SPEED
- SHIFTERS: SHIMANO SLX KSLM670 ISpec 2x10 SPEED
- BRAKES: SHIMANO HYDRAULIC XT BRM785 BLACK
For 2015, our king of enduro keeps the foundations on which its success is built.
It repeats the same blend that made it one of the foremost winners over a single round at the Enduro World Series, in the hands of a certain Nicolas Vouilloz.
Developed around 150mm OST+ kinematics, the Spicy is still just as efficient uphill and fast downhill. Its 27.5” wheels and its geometry developed by Nico Vouilloz make the Spicy a formidable bike over any terrain.
The Team version of the Spicy uses a monocoque front triangle in unidirectional carbon fibre (offering an optimal resistance/rigidity ratio) and rear triangle in Supreme 6, our magic alloy (for more information on these materials, head to the MTB Carbon Technology and Supreme 6 Technology sections). Naturally, the Spicy Team comes fitted with the latest version of our e:i Shock Auto smart suspension, as standard (head to the e:i Shock Auto Technology section for all related information).
To create this exceptional bike, we chose the best of SRAM: 160mm RockShox Pike fork, RockShox Monarch RT3 Relay shock, XX1 drivetrain, Guide brakes, Rail 50 wheels, Black Box handlebar and the essential Reverb Stealth telescopic seat post.
The two other models in the Spicy family are not to be outdone, with their Supreme 6 alloy frame and their meticulously chosen components. This year, all 3 of our models are fitted with a telescopic seat post, essential on all good enduro bikes. Already resolutely mountain-oriented, the Spicy has become even more radical for 2015: new suspension presets, fatter 2.35” Michelin WildRock’R 2 tires, and Race Face crankset with bash guard.
The only limitations it has are yours!