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NS Bikes Co. Define AL 160 Mountain Bike - 2020, Small
- Bikes arrive tuned and mostly pre-assembled
- Torque tool & video guide included
- Get riding in 15 minutes
- Frame integrity verified
- All components inspected
- Drivetrain cleaned and tuned
- Suspension adjusted
- Wheels trued
We'll happily purchase this bike back from you when you're ready for your next upgrade. A TPC buyback offer is guaranteed for 18 month on all qualifying bikes.
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- New brake pads for improved stopping power.
- absoluteBLACK oval chainring improving rider efficiency.
- Moderate scratches on the top tube & down tube.
- Moderate scratches on the chainstays & seatstays.
- Small nick in the non-drive side fork stanchion.
|Brand||NS Bikes Co.|
|Model||Define AL 160|
|Drivetrain||SRAM, 1x12 spd|
|Weight||34 lbs 11 oz|
|Fork||FOX Performance Series 36 FLOAT|
|Rear Shock||FOX Performance Series FLOAT DPX2|
|Rear Shock Travel||160mm|
|Brakes||SRAM Guide RE, Disc Brakes - Hydraulic|
|Shifters||SRAM NX Eagle, Mechanical|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM GX Eagle|
|Bottom Bracket Shell||Threaded|
|Crankset||Truvativ Descendant Alloy, 30t, 170mm|
|Cassette||SRAM Eagle PG-1230, 11-50t|
|Handlebar||Deity Alloy, 750mm|
|Stem||NS Bikes Co. Alloy, 35.0mm x 50mm, 0°|
|Seatpost||X-Fusion Manic, 31.6mm|
|Front Axle Spacing||15x110mm (Boost)|
|Rear Axle Spacing||12x148mm Boost|
|Wheelset||NS Bikes Co. Disc Aluminum Tubeless Compatible, NS Bikes Co.|
|Front Tire||Maxxis Minion DHF EXO TR, 29" x 2.5"|
|Rear Tire||Maxxis Aggressor EXO TR, 29" x 2.5"|
|Tubeless Compatibility||Wheels are tubeless compatible but ships with tubes installed|
|Recommended Rider Height||
5'2" - 5'6"
|a. Effective Top Tube||587 mm|
|b. Seat Tube||396 mm|
|c. Seat Tube Angle||76°|
|d. Head Tube Angle||64.3°|
|e. Head Tube||110 mm|
|f. Stack||632 mm|
|g. Reach||427 mm|
|h. Standover Height||758 mm|
|i. Saddle Height Range||N/A|
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