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Size guide

THE FOLLOWING CALCULATION WILL HELP YOU FIND THE RIGHT BIKE FRAME SIZE AND SADDLE HEIGHT:

Road/Triathlon Inside leg x 0,66 = Frame size in cm
MTB Inside leg x 0,226 = Frame size in inches
Fitness
or
Inside leg x 0,61 = Frame size in cm
Inside leg x 0,24 = Frame size in inches
Hybrid/Touring
or
Inside leg x 0,61 = Frame size in cm
Inside leg x 0,24 = Frame size in inches
Inside leg x 0,885 = Saddle height on all bikes

If you are exactly between two sizes, you'll have the choice: Choose the smaller frame if you prefer a "racing position" and the bigger frame if you prefer a more comfortable "touring position".

See our video step-by-step instructions on how to determine your frame size. We'll explain you how to easily measure shoulder width, inside leg length and arm length yourself.
In case of any further questions regarding size calculation, please contact our experts!

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3,199.00 

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plus €660.00 for delivery to United States of America

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Description

Enduro at its best – the PIKES PEAK is getting to the heart of the matter! Featuring a rear travel of 165 mm and a front travel of 160 mm, it feels called to master the toughest trails! Of course, this requires appropriate equipment and that's what the PIKES PEAK 1 EN has: It offers everything you need to ride at full speed. A RockShox Lyrik RC at the front and a RockShox Super Deluxe RC3 rear shock make even challenging trails look easy! Robust 27.5” DT Swiss E 1900 Spline wheels with 2,3” Maxxis Minion DHR2 tyres ensure best enduro performance; a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post provides additional riding dynamics. When taking a look at the cockpit, you can see great parts from the Spike Race series by Spank – individual, durable and built tough. The rear derailleur bears the name Shimano XT; shifters and brakes come with the label SLX – an intelligent combination promising high reliability and performance!

approx. 13,7 kg, may vary by +/- 5% due to manufacturing tolerances, weight for matt black/emergency-orange frame, size M, without pedals

Features
Frame:
PIKES PEAK, carbon, from approx. 2,4 kg Matt Black/Emergency-Orange M
Fork:
RockShox Lyrik RC, Boost, 160 mm travel black 27,5"
Rear Shock:
RockShox Super Deluxe RC3 / Travel 165mm stealth black
Wheels:
DT Swiss E1900 Boost (for Shimano) black (without red) 27,5"
Tyres:
MAXXIS front: Minion DHR2, TR + EXO, 3C MaxxTerra, rear: Minion DHR2, TR + EXO, Dual Compound, 27.5"x2.3" black 27,5x2,3
Crankset:
Shimano SLX FC-M7000 32T 175mm
Chainguide:
E13 TRS+ black
Cassette:
Shimano SLX CS-M7000 11-speed 11-46
Rear Mech:
Shimano Deore XT GS RD-M8000 11-speed black
Chain:
Shimano HG-6001 11-speed 118 links
Shifters:
Shimano SLX SL-M7000
Brakes:
Shimano SLX 7000 203mm/180mm (with cooling fins) black
Handlebar:
Spank Spike Race, 15 mm rise, Ø 31,8 mm, 800 mm shotpeen black 31,8mm
Grips:
Ergon GE10 black
Stem:
Spank Spike shotpeen black 35mm
Spacers:
Carbon Spacer 10 mm (2x5mm)
Saddle:
SDG Circuit MTN black
Seat Post:
RockShox Reverb 1X Remote black left/MatchMaker
Pedals:
no pedal selected
Bottle Cage:
No bottle cage 1 piece
Shock pump:
No shock pump
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The PIKES PEAK EN convinces the jury at the Design & Innovation Award 2018.

Test report

PIKES PEAK 1 EN 27,5“: … the Pikes Peak is a good climber and provides a riding experience similar to that of all-mountain bikes. […] On downhill trails, the bike manages to perfectly combine agility and stability…with the latter offering top-class performance.”

Test report

Verdict of the PIKES PEAK EN: "The Pikes Peak is without doubt a well-designed enduro bike with a high fun factor. The PROGEO system impresses with easy handling. You can feel a big difference between the settings high/steep and the low/slack, yet there is hardly any difference between the settings in-between. The bike gets top marks for workmanship, equipment and price."

Test report

Pinkbike, Ralf Hauser: „As always, limited time on a bike for a first ride evaluation is not enough to come to a final verdict, but I have no trouble to say that the downhill performance of the Pikes Peak EN's 165 mm travel rear suspension can rival the best on the market. Easy to setup, with great traction on varying terrain and with the ability to take hard hits, the bike feels at home in a wide array of riding situations. The Progeo technology is a nice touch in terms of quick geometry and spring curve adjustment, and with modern geometry, a highly competitive price, and the option to customize most of the parts, there are a lot of things to like about the Pikes Peak.“

Test report

PIKES PEAK 2 EN: “The progression and geometry system is effective and intuitive; excellent value for money; rear suspension with high performance... Stability: simply excellent!"

“Winner of the duel”

PIKES PEAK 1 EN 27,5”: “The ROSE comes out with its travel willingly and makes good use of it. It reacts precisely to minor shocks, yet also keeps calm during hard impacts. Even at high speeds, it stays cool on the trail […]”

New and patented:
PROgression and GEOmetry adjustment system

The PIKES PEAK is the first bike that comes with the brand-new and patented PROgression and GEOmetry technology for a complete metamorphosis. This technology allows riders to adapt the character of the PIKES PEAK to the respective terrain with a flick of the wrist and on the fly, e.g. on the trail. Progression describes the rear stay characteristics and the resulting bottom-out protection. By setting up the bike’s geometry, you can adjust head and seat tube angle, as well as the bottom bracket drop.