Backfire E 2000

Backfire E 2000
Backfire E 2000

Specifications

FrameBackfire E
Colorsmatt black  (white / red)
Framesizes
38[27.5]
43[27.5]
43[29]
48[29]
53[29]
58[29]
Speeds11
ForkRock Shox Reba RL 100 15x110mm Remote Lockout
ChainwheelFSA CK-745 ISIS, 15 Z.
Derailleur RearShimano Deore XT
Shifters / Shimano SLX
Brake LeverShimano SLX
BrakesShimano SLX 180/180 mm
TiresSchwalbe Rocket Ron / Racing Ralph Evolution 57-622
Tire Size29 ''
RimDT Swiss M1700 Spline Two 22.5
Bbsetattached
Hubsattached
Spokesattached
FreewheelSRAM PG1130 11-42
ChainShimano HG601-11
HandlebarProcraft Riser Pro, 710 mm
HeadsetFSA No.55E-SL
GripProcraft Pro
Handlebar StemProcraft AL Pro, 6°
SaddleProcraft Race
Seat PostProcraft SP-369, 27.2 mm
PedalDT Swiss M1700 Spline Two 22.5
MotorBosch Performance Line CX
BatteryBosch PowerPack 500Wh
ComputerBosch Intuvia

Geometry

Backfire E
Framesizes
38[27.5]
43[27.5]
43[29]
48[29]
53[29]
58[29]
Seat Tubes
380
430
430
480
530
580
Top Tubes
577
595
595
613
631
649
Head Tube Lengths
120
140
110
130
150
170
Head Tube Angles
70
70
69,5
69,5
70
70
Seat Tube Angle Effective
73,5
73,5
73,5
73,5
73,5
73,5
Chain Stays
448
448
466
466
466
466
Bottom Bracket Drops
45
45
63
63
63
63
Fork Lengths
485
485
503
503
503
503
Stand Over Height
747
779
778
812
849
886
Stacks
602
621
622
641
662
681
Reachs
399
411
411
423
435
447
Wheel Base
1092
1111
1136
1155
1169
1188
Stack To Reach Ratio
151
151
151
151
152
152

Classifications

Category 3: XC/Marathon

CENTURION bikes of the category XC Marathon are intended for off-road use. Bikes of this category are suitable for use on tarred roads and bicycle lanes or gravel field tracks, sand or dirt paths open to bicycles. In addition, bikes of this category are suitable for use on trails and technical areas with roots, small stones, draws and loose surfaces. Jumps up to a height of 0.3 m are permitted. CENTURION bikes of this category are not designed for use in rough, blocked or very steep terrains or bike parks and not for other forms of extreme riding, such as dirt jumping, freeriding, downhill or North Shore – neither for training nor competitions. But particularly inexperienced riders doing jumps may...

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