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King of the Hill: BMW launches Cross Country Mountainbike

Submitted by on May 19, 2009 – 10:10 pm2 Comments


Whether your ride takes you along single track routes, serpentine tarmac or through a dried-up river bed, the sporty, pearl white BMW Mountain Bike Cross Country excels on every surface and at every speed – thanks to its finely tunes suspension, high damping comfort and a frame geometry which allows for an athletic, inclined seating position.

When going up the mountain you can count on this bike’s excellent climbing ability. On downhill rides, its direct, sensitive steering characteristics ensure safety and agility. Premium components like the fully hydraulic disc brakes and a four-pivot rear suspension perfectly complements the hydroformed aluminium frame. The BMW Mountain Bike Cross Country can hold its own in any comparison. And on any terrain.

Facts and figures:

BMW Mountain Bike Cross Country 2009 in pearl white
Frame height: M (47 cm), L (52 cm), XL (55 cm)
Frame: aluminium, full-spring suspension, BMW design, monochrome pearl white, red rocker arm
Fork: Manitou R-7 air telescope fork, Elite Absolute Damping suspension, 100 mm travel
Shocks: Manitou S-Type with SPV platform, rebound damping adjustable, 100 mm travel
Weight: 12.9 kg

Source: BMW Media


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