EVE Pro 800

EVE Pro 800
EVE Pro 800

Specifications

FrameCENTURION EVE Pro
Colorsmatt-rubinrot (schwarz/neon-rot)
Framesizes
XXS[27.5]
XS[27.5]
S[27.5]
S[29]
M[29]
ForkManitou Machete Comp Remote
Suspension Travel100
ChainwheelShimano Deore XT, 34-24T[29"] / 36-26T[27.5"]
Crank Length170L [XXS, XS, S], 175L [S, M]
Derailleur RearShimano Deore XT
Derailleur FrontShimano SLX
ShiftersShimano SLX
Brake LeverShimano Acera
BrakesShimano Acera
TiresMaxxis Ikon, 57-622/584, TT Kevlar fold 60 TPI
RimPROCRAFT MPD23, IW23
Axle FrontManitou 15x100
BbsetShimano Thread typ 73
HubsPROCRAFT DC-71, 32H 6-Bolt / Shimano Alivio, QR, 6-Bolt
SpokesStainless 2.0
FreewheelSram PG 1130, 11s, 11-42T
ChainSram PC 1110
HandlebarPROCRAFT Riser OS
HeadsetFSA NO.55E / BB-410-SL
GripPROCRAFT Ergo
Handlebar StemPROCRAFT AL OS dia: 31.8 7°
Stem Length60L [XXS], 70L [XS], 80L [S], 90L [M]
SaddlePROCRAFT Lady Sport
Seat PostPROCRAFT SP-20T.1 dia: 27,2
Seat ClampPROCRAFT XC-68 dia: 31.8 w/QR
Weight12.60 kg

Geometry

CENTURION EVE Pro
Framesizes
XXS[27.5]
XS[27.5]
S[27.5]
S[29]
M[29]
A Seat Tubes
330
380
430
430
480
B Top Tubes
543
561
578
578
596
C Head Tube Lengths
110
130
150
115
135
D Head Tube Angles
69
69
69
69
69
Ee Seat Tube Angle Effective
73
73
73
73
73
F Chain Stays
430
430
430
440
440
G Bottom Bracket Drops
45
45
45
63
63
H Fork Lengths
485
485
485
505
505
K Stand Over Height
662
694
727
724
756
L Stacks
588
607
626
626
645
M Reachs
363
375
387
387
399
N Wheel Base
1044
1064
1082
1093
1112
STR Stack To Reach Ratio
162
162
162
162
162

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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