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V10-Handling bei Syndicate-Geschwindigkeiten.

Der Ruf des Nomads beruht darauf, dass er immer wieder an die Grenzen des Fahrbaren geht, während es dennoch ein fähiger Allrounder bleibt. Die jüngste Version hat mehr Federweg und eine extremere Geometrie bekommen, und wir sind selbst überrascht, wie universell einsetzbar es trotzdem bleibt.

In der vierten Generation kam es zu einer radikalen Umstellung der Dämpferaufnahme. Das System ist eine Kurzhubversion des V10 - das bedeutet feinstes Ansprechverhalten bei kleinen Schlägen, guten Support im mittleren Federwegsbereich und eine Progression, die Sie normalerweise nur vom DH-Bike kennen. Um das beste aus dem neuen System herauszuholen, wurde auch die Geometrie angepasst. Das Nomad ist länger und flacher geworden, um maximale Souveränität und Sicherheit in der Abfahrt zu gewährleisten. Gleichzeitig ist das Nomad aber immer noch ein Trailbike. Er lässt sich erstaunlich gut pedalieren und bewältigt lange, alpine Touren und ganztägige Missionen, ohne mit der Wimper zu zucken - eine Tatsache, die durch seinen steilen Sitzwinkel und die standardmäßig verbaute 170mm-Teleskopstütze unterstützt wird. 

Überblick

  • Verfügbar in: Aluminum, Carbon C & Carbon CC More Info
  • Laufradgröße: 27.5"
  • Federweg vorne: 170mm
  • Ferderweg hinten: 170mm
  • Priced from €3,899 (MSRP)

Build & Price

Detailaufnahmen

Geometrie & Größe

Rollover table below to highlight frame dimensions.

High

XSSMLXL
AReach390mm15.35"420mm16.54"440mm17.32"460mm18.11"490mm19.29"
BStack584mm22.99"593mm23.35"602mm23.7"611mm24.06"620mm24.41"
CLenkkopfwinkel65°65°65°65°65°65°65°65°65°65°
DSitzrohrlänge375mm14.76"390mm15.35"420mm16.54"450mm17.72"480mm18.9"
EFront Center704mm27.72"738mm29.06"762mm30"787mm30.98"821mm32.32"
FHöhe Tretlager344mm13.54"344mm13.54"344mm13.54"344mm13.54"344mm13.54"
GInnenlager-Absenkung10mm0.39"10mm0.39"10mm0.39"10mm0.39"10mm0.39"
HRadstand1134mm44.65"1168mm45.98"1192mm46.93"1216mm47.87"1251mm49.25"
IKettenstrebenlänge430mm16.93"430mm16.93"430mm16.93"430mm16.93"430mm16.93"
JLenkkopflänge90mm3.54"100mm3.94"110mm4.33"120mm4.72"130mm5.12"
KOberrohrlänge540mm21.26"573mm22.56"596mm23.46"619mm24.37"653mm25.71"
LSitzwinkel74.5°74.5°74.5°74.5°74.5°74.5°74.5°74.5°74.5°74.5°
MÜberstandshöhe710mm27.95"712mm28.03"728mm28.66"726mm28.58"718mm28.27"
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Frame Sizing

xs
4'8"142 — 5'1"155cm
s
5'1"155 — 5'5"165cm
m
5'5"165 — 5'9"175cm
l
5'9"175 — 6'1"185cm
xl
6'1"185 — 6'6"198cm

Technischer Support

What size fork is the Nomad designed for?

We designed it around a 170mm fork, and this will be ideal for the balance of the bike.  A 180mm fork would work as well, if you're looking for an even more gravity-oriented bike.

Can I mount a chainguide to my bike?

Yes, this bike is equipped with ISCG-05 tabs for easy chainguide mounting. Most chainguides on the market that are made for this standard should work.

I see you offer some models with a choice of coil shock or air shock- which should I get?

There is a difference in feel between the two, but neither is better than the other- just different. The air shock is more progressive than the coil, which allows for a slightly softer setup without worrying about bottoming-out. This will generally offer a smoother ride, but one that can still be ridden very aggressively and not struggle.

The coil has a slightly more linear feel/ less bottom-out resistance, which encourages a firmer overall setup. This offers the maximum mid-stroke support for berms/park riding/ pushing into turns. If you like a more responsive/firmer feel, you will probably prefer the coil. If you set the air shock up to offer a similar feel in the mid-stroke, you may struggle to achieve full travel. These aren't huge differences, but they are enough that we wanted to offer both. Obviously, the air shock offers the advantages of being lighter and easier to tune, so this will be the right choice for the majority of riders.

We know metric-sized springs are a bit hard to come by at the moment, so if you're looking to swap out the spring on your coil shock, a spring sized for an 8.2x2.5 shock will work on the 230x60 shock spec'd on the Nomad.

What kind of headset does this bike use?

This bike uses integrated headset cups. The upper up is 41mm and the lower cup is 52mm. The SHIS name is IS 41/28.6 IS 52/40.

What kind of rear brake mount does it use?

This bike uses a 180mm post mount. You cannot run a smaller rotor than that. If using 180mm rotor, your caliper will bolt straight to the mount. For 200 or 203 rotors you will need a 20mm or 23mm Post Mount adapter

What size seatpost does the Nomad/Bronson use?

31.6mm.  We spec/recommend the Reverb without the Connectamajig to maximize the amount of seatpost insertion available.  

Where can I find additional technical information for my bike?

Currently all technical info is located either on the bike archive or under tech support. Both can provide helpful information for puzzling with your bike, torque specs, and exploded diagrams.