CAPRA CF Comp

CAPRA CF Comp

CAD 4,599.00

usually: CAD 5,699.00

S
sold out

M
in stock
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sold out

It is no coincidence that we named our enduro bike CAPRA, i.e. goat. Because just like a goat, the CAPRA masters every terrain. Aggressive design and fun-oriented geometry promise Good Times as of the first glance. A promise that is fulfilled once you get on the bike, because the CAPRA is what you make of it: A downhill bike that can also carry you back up the mountain, an enduro bike that rocks any bike park - truly a bike for any mission. This hardy beast provides plenty of stability and control, and goes around corners as if by itself. So get off the brakes and pin it!

The absolute highlight of the CAPRA CF Comp spec is the highly praised RockShox Lyrik RCT3 170mm with its BoXXer DNA. This fork has plenty in reserve for aggressive trails and bike park riding, but also offers genuinly amazing performance on the uphills, while the RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 provides balanced damping out back. For optimal shifting performance, the CAPRA CF Comp relies on a 1x11 transmission. The SRAM Guide RS brakes slow you down safely and dependably, in case our goat should get a little too confident every now and then.



Frame

CAPRA Carbon 27,5"

high modular carbonfiber frame, V4L Virtual 4-Link rear suspension, X12 (142x12mm) DT Swiss through axle, down tube/seat stay/chain stay protection

Rear Derailleur

SRAM X1

1x11spd, Type 2.1, aluminum, black

Manual

Wheelset

e*thirteen TRS+ 27,5"

27,5", FW 15x100, RW 12x142 Thru Axle, XD Driver

Shock

RockShox Monarch Plus RC3

air shock, 3 position compression (low, mid, firm), external rebound, 8,75"x2,75" / 222mm x 66mm, high volume

Manual

Shifter

SRAM X1

11spd

Manual

Front Tire

Maxxis High Roller II

27,5"x 2,4", EXO, MaxxPro

Fork

RockShox Lyrik RCT3

air fork, 3-position compression (low/mid/firm) low speed compression, external rebound, Charger RCT3 damper cartridge, solo air, tapered steerer, 15x100 axle, 170mm travel

Manual

Cassette

SRAM XG 1150

11spd, 10-42 teeth

Manual

Rear Tire

Maxxis High Roller II

27,5"x 2,4", EXO, MaxxPro 60a

Travel front/rear

170mm / 165mm

Chain

SRAM PC1130

with PowerLock

Manual

Stem

RACE FACE Atlas

50mm, 35mm clamp

Manual

Headset

ACROS AiX-326

low cap, sealed headset, industrial bearings

Brakes

SRAM Guide RS

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

Manual

Handlebar

RACE FACE Atlas (770)

770mm, 35mm Rise, 8° backsweep, 5° upsweep, 35mm clamp

Crankset

RACE FACE Turbine

170mm length, 32 teeth chainwheel

Manual

Discs front/rear

SRAM Centerline 200mm / 200mm

Seatpost

RockShox Reverb Stealth

internal cable routing, 125mm (S) 150mm (M,L), 31,6mm

Manual

Bottom Bracket

RACE FACE PressFit 30 (73)

73mm

Grips

Sensus Disisdaboss

black

Saddle

SDG Duster YT custom

Chain Guide

e*thirteen TRS+

ISCG05, 32-34 teeth, black sliders

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

13,5 kg / 29,7 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  556,9 mm 582 mm 608,2 mm
B Reach  398 mm 420 mm 443 mm
C Stack  587,5 mm 596,6 mm 605,6 mm
D Seattube length  400 mm 450 mm 480 mm
E Chainstay length  430 mm 430 mm 430 mm
F Headtube angle  65 ° 65 ° 65 °
G Seattube angle (eff.)  74,8 ° 74,8 ° 74,8 °
H BB Drop  4 mm 4 mm 4 mm
I Wheelbase  1149,4 mm 1175,6 mm 1202,8 mm
J Headtube length  98 mm 108 mm 118 mm
K Standover height  755,9 mm 753,7 mm 766,6 mm


Agility and speed, sturdiness and safety – just like its namesake, the goat, our CAPRA is an all-round talent. It sprints downhill, climbs uphill and feels amazing on any terrain. Whether it’s flying through flow trails or speeding past the competition at enduro races; trail-surfers will just feel as comfortable on the CAPRA as the racers. The CAPRA is definitely the right weapon if you want to conquer mountains and blast down the trails at full speed. Big hits, bike parks and even North Shore missions won’t phase it. Only if you’re planning on taking on the gnarliest of jumps is it time to take a look at the CAPRA’s big bro, the TUES. One more thing: If you enjoy hitting jumps and riding very aggressive trails with your enduro, make sure you check your bike for damages after every ride. Keeping up with the recommended maintenance intervals will also keep you and your bike smiling for a long time.