TUES AL

TUES AL

CAD 2,799.00

usually: CAD 3,999.00

S
in stock
M
sold out

L
sold out

At the Red Bull Rampage 2014 Andreu Lacondeguy was victorious on a TUES bike, and Cam Zink’s TUES launched him to Best Trick and second overall. It was our first team podium ever!

The TUES kicks ass because of its low center of gravity and agile handling. It is maneuverable, stable and accelerates out of corners like a bat out of hell. It is for these reasons that DIRT magazine awarded it “Downhill Bike of the Year” several times over.

In 2015 we’re introducing a brand new size to the TUES line, with adjusted geometry to fit a bigger wheel diameter. The bike size is 650B (27,5“). This new and improved setup puts a rider over the center of the bike, enabling them to smoothly clear obstacles while still sitting in the bike with more stability. It is the best TUES we’ve ever made.

Even our entry-level TUES are race ready, with easily adjustable springs and components that are built to last in rough terrain. The TUES AL is the best most affordable ticket to MTB.



Frame

TUES Aluminium 27,5"

7005-T6 aluminium frame, V4L Virtual 4-Link rear suspension, 150x12mm thru axle, down tube protection

Rear Derailleur

SRAM X9 Type 2.1

10-speed
type 2.1

 

Wheelset

Kore Torsion SL

27,5"
FW 20 / 110 mm
RW 12 / 150 mm

Shock

RockShox Kage RC

coil shock, external rebound adjustment, external compression adjustment,  10,5"x3,5"/267mm x 89mm

Shifter

SRAM X9

10spd

Manual

Front Tire

Maxxis High Roller II ST

27,5 x 2,4
carcass 60DW
SuperTacky

Fork

RockShox BoXXer RC

coil fork, 200mm travel, low speed compression, external beginning stroke rebound, Motion Control damper cartridge, 20mm x 110mm Maxle Lite

Manual  |  Service

Cassette

SRAM PG 1050

10spd, 11-28 teeth

Manual

Rear Tire

Maxxis High Roller II MaxxPro

27,5 x 2,4
carcass 60DW

Travel front/rear

200mm / 208mm

Chainring

Race Face Chester

36 teeth

Stem

YT Industries

direct mount

Headset

ACROS AZX-205

high cap, sealed headset, industrial bearings

Manual

Brakes

SRAM Guide R

4-piston caliper, tool-free reach adjust, DOT 5.1

Manual

Handlebar

Kore OCD

AL7050-T6 triple butted
31,8 mm handlebar clamp
5° upsweep
7° backsweep
20 mm
780 mm width

Cranks

Race Face Chester

165 mm length

 

Discs front/rear

SRAM Centerline 200mm / 200mm

Seatpost

SDG Micro I-Beam

outside-diameter 30.9 mm
length 300 mm

Bottom Bracket

Race Face Chinch

PF30 / 83mm

Grips

Sensus Disisdaboss

black

Saddle

SDG I-Fly YT custom

Direct mount I-Fly rail

Chain Guide

e*thirteen LG1

ISCG05, 36-38 teeth, black sliders

Manual

Pedals

without / ohne

At the end of the ordering process, you can add high-quality pedals at special rates to your shopping cart.

Frame Size

S / M / L

for the size that suits you best, please check the sizing-chart above

Weight

17,9 kg / 39,5 lb

*Weight measured without pedals in frame size S. Due to manufacturing tolerances of the individual components the bike weight may differ +/- 2%.
*Please note that the pictures may differ from the actual specifications.

Geometrie

Sizes   S   M   L  
A Toptube length  574.9 mm / 22.63“ 594.9 mm / 23.42“ 614.9 mm / 24.21“
B Reach  400 mm / 15.75“ 420 mm / 16.54“ 440 mm / 17.32“
C Stack  610 mm / 24.02“ 610 mm / 24.02“ 610 mm / 24.02“
D Seattube length  400 mm / 15.75“ 400 mm / 15.75“ 400 mm / 15.75“
E Chainstay length  435 mm / 17.13“ 435 mm / 17.13“ 435 mm / 17.13“
F Headtube angle  63.5 ° 63.5 ° 63.5 °
G Seattube angle (eff.)  74 ° 74 ° 74 °
H BB Drop  7.5 mm / 0.30“ 7.5 mm / 0.30“ 7.5 mm / 0.30“
I Wheelbase  1186.4 mm / 46.71“ 1206.4 mm / 47.50“ 1226.4 mm / 48.28“
J Headtube length  112 mm / 4.41“ 112 mm / 4.41“ 112 mm / 4.41“
K Standover height  732.8 mm / 28.85“ 731.3 mm / 28.79“ 727.5 mm / 28.64“


Full throttle downhill. These mountain bikes are machines made for downhill runs and are constructed for experienced riders that love extremely steep terrain filled with obstacles. Big jumps at high speeds are no problem, provided you control your bike correctly.  It’s extremely important that you thoroughly check your downhill bike after every ride day for possible damage and that you take care of it. This also includes regular maintenance of the suspension fork, shock absorbers, and bearings. If you keep to your maintenance schedule, you will enjoy your bike for a long time.

Too much bike for your terrain? Then check out the CAPRA.