Lynskey Performance Designs Peloton Frames

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MSRP : $1543.49

Product Description

Lynskey Pro 29 FS 120 Ti Frame - Ind Mill 2014Lynskey rsquo;s new Pro29 FS-120 frame comes fitted with Fox rsquo;s vaunted Float CTD Evolution rear shock. The frame boasts a massive Helix down tube, horizontally ovalized seatstays and the biggest pivot in the industry for super power transfer and predictable steering response. The Evolution rear shock provides loads of adjustability with air pre-load and compression amp; rebound damping selections at your fingertips. Together with the ldquo;roll over anything rdquo; 29er wheel configuration, this setup is dialed for XC, sweeping singletrack, twisty descents and much more Features: Oversized Lynskey-designed Helix down tube for stomp and go power transfer. Single pivot quot;faux bar quot; suspension system with a linkage drive shock that rsquo;s optimized for hardtail-like pedaling response and plush bump absorption. Pivotless horizontally ovalized seatstays boost lateral rigidity for true tracking and eliminates rear triangle ma

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