|Not quite a fatbike.|
The anchored frame feel underpins its steamroller poise, rolling over and grind up just about anything. The bike surprised us by even feeling composed on technical descents. It has a spring and absorption that pays back precise and reliable lines.You get ISCG (International Standard Chain Guide) mounts for going 1x up front, and the gear cabling will use full-length outers clamped under the top tube. Bottom bracket, seat post and headset tubes are all very standard: 68mm English, 27.2 seat post, 1 1/8" headset.
Rather than a skinny whippet bike, the Inbred 9er has been built as a dependable blue heeler of a bike with a sturdy feel.
|Unique looking rear stays and neat rack mounts.|
|Stopping power beyond belief.|
|Steel tubing, nice.|
Ok, so this isn't a light frame and it isn’t an ultra light race bike, but that is a good thing, because thankfully it doesn't look like one. The geometry is more all-around than aggressive cross-country, so everybody can appreciate the ride for just about all styles of riding.
|Well matched compliance.|