Numinis Carbon XC Team

Numinis Carbon XC Team
Numinis Carbon XC Team

Specifications

FrameCENTURION Numinis Carbon RCF, 100 mm
Colorsmatt-carbon (neon-rot/weiß)
Framesizes
XS/S
M
L/XL
ForkFOX 32 Float SC Factory FIT4 Remote
Suspension Travel100
ShockFOX Float DPS Factory Evol Remote 165x38
ChainwheelSram XX1 Eagle DUB Gold, 34T
Crank Length175L
Derailleur RearSram XX1 Eagle Gold
ShiftersSram XX1 Eagle Gold
Brake LeverMagura MT8 Carbon HC
BrakesMagura MT8 SL
TiresSchwalbe Racing Ray, 57-622, Addix Speedgrip, SnakeSkin / Schwalbe Racing Ralph, 57-622, Addix Speed, SnakeSkin
WheelsetDT Swiss XR 1501 Spline One, IW22,5, TR
Axle FrontFOX QR 15x110
Axle RearDT Swiss E-thru hollow axle 12x148 L171
BbsetSram PF DUB BB92 Press-Fit
FreewheelSram XX1 Eagle, 12s, 10-50T
ChainSram XX1 Eagle Gold
HandlebarPRC Top Flat Carbon OS
HeadsetFSA NO.422 / ACB
GripPROCRAFT Race
Handlebar StemPRC AL OS dia: 31.8 -6°
Stem Length80L [XS/S], 90L [M], 100L [L/XL]
SaddlePRC Carbon II
Seat PostPRC CARBON dia: 31,6
Seat ClampPROCRAFT CL-H2C, 36 mm
Weight9.80 kg

Geometry

CENTURION Numinis Carbon RCF, 100 mm
Framesizes
XS/S
M
L/XL
A Seat Tubes
430
480
530
B Top Tubes
574
603
634
C Head Tube Lengths
100
120
150
D Head Tube Angles
70.5
70.5
70.5
Ea Seat Tube Angle Actual
72
72
72
Ee Seat Tube Angle Effective
75.7
75.5
75.3
F Chain Stays
435
435
435
G Bottom Bracket Drops
44
44
44
H Fork Lengths
505
505
505
K Stand Over Height
773
799
816
L Stacks
600
619
647
M Reachs
421
443
464
N Wheel Base
1100
1129
1160
STR Stack To Reach Ratio
142
140
139

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...

Read more