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    2021 bikes!

    What are you hoping to see for the next crop of Devinci bikes?

    I would love to see a light short travel bike.

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    I wonder if they will bring back the "Atlas" albiet a bit lighter than what it was.

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    I'd love to see an updated Troy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ifly3Dallday View Post
    I wonder if they will bring back the "Atlas" albiet a bit lighter than what it was.
    ^^
    This
    Stiffer with slightly slacker head angle and does not even have to be lighter.
    Not everyone wants these new (school bus geometry) trail/xc bikes, sure there is a big market still for short WB fun playful XC/trail bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roma258 View Post
    I'd love to see an updated Troy.
    You wonít. The Troy was overhauled for 2019. Models arenít updated that frequently


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    Quote Originally Posted by roma258 View Post
    I'd love to see an updated Troy.
    THe Troy is a awesome bike. The newest version just hasn't made the pro paid bike reviewers rave about it. Bike manufacturers have to make a bike that appeals to those handful of bikerag reviewers which make customer want to buy them. Even though *most* riders aren't doing bike parks flying through the air with no hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ifly3Dallday View Post
    I wonder if they will bring back the "Atlas" albiet a bit lighter than what it was.
    A Django 'light' would be cool to see. They could just reproduce the 2016-2019 version again. Same molds, but perhaps a lighter carbon layup?

    This 'up to date' trek is basically the previous Django. Geo is very similar. And mtbr seems to like it.

    https://reviews.mtbr.com/review-trek...Dlhy5klhIhS6UQ

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    Love my Troy. Only detail that needs to be addressed is the rear tire clearance. Bike should absolutely fit a 2.6 tire. How is it that the Trek EX with just boost hubs fit a 2.6 with room to spare but Devinci can't do it with super boost??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinshield View Post
    Love my Troy. Only detail that needs to be addressed is the rear tire clearance. Bike should absolutely fit a 2.6 tire. How is it that the Trek EX with just boost hubs fit a 2.6 with room to spare but Devinci can't do it with super boost??
    Donít you have to run a sub-30T chainring on the new carbon fuels? If so, thereís your answer.
    BTW, I too am a troy 29er owner and I also think the rear tire clearance isnít ideal.


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