Backfire Carbon 3000

Backfire Carbon 3000
Backfire Carbon 3000

Specifications

FrameCENTURION Backfire Carbon PCF
Colorsmatt carbon  (anthracite / neon red)
Framesizes
38
43
48
53
Speeds12
ForkFOX Performance 32 SC GRIP 15x110, Remote Lockout, 100 mm
ChainwheelSram X01 Eagle Red 34T
Derailleur RearSram X01 Eagle 12s
ShiftersSram SL X01 Eagle
Brake LeverShimano XT
BrakesShimano XT
TiresSchwalbe Rocket Ron 2.25" Addix Speed LS
Tire Size29 ''
WheelsetFulcrum Red Zone 500, VR BOOST
Axle FrontFOX QR
Axle RearShimano SM-AX56 L171
BbsetSram PF GXP
FreewheelSram 1275 Eagle 12s, 10-50T
ChainSram GX Eagle
HandlebarPRC Top Flat Carbon OS, dia.: 31,8 mm, bend: 9°, width: 740 mm
HeadsetFSA NO.422 / ACB
GripPROCRAFT Standard /, CLamp
Handlebar StemPRC AL OS dia.: 31,8 mm, -6°
Stem Length70 mm [RH38], 80 mm [RH43], 90 mm [RH48], 100 mm [RH53]
SaddlePRC Carbon II
Seat PostPRC CARBON dia.: 27,2 mm, length: 350 mm [RH38], 400 mm [RH43/48/53]
Seat ClampPROCRAFT JD-SC112 dia.: 31,8 mm
Weight9.60 kg

Geometry

CENTURION Backfire Carbon PCF
Framesizes
38
43
48
53
A Seat Tubes
380
430
480
530
B Top Tubes
591
604
620
635
C Head Tube Lengths
89
100
120
135
D Head Tube Angles
70.5
70.5
70.5
71
Ea Seat Tube Angle Actual
73
73
73
73
Ee Seat Tube Angle Effective
73
73
73
73
F Chain Stays
433
433
433
433
G Bottom Bracket Drops
63
63
63
63
H Fork Lengths
505
505
505
505
K Stand Over Height
733
764
799
833
L Stacks
610
621
640
656
M Reachs
404
414
424
434
N Wheel Base
1075
1089
1106
1116
STR Stack To Reach Ratio
151
150
151
151

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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