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Radon Black Sin 29 Frame black red turbine orangeThe Radon Black Sin 29 frame is a very dynamic High-End Carbon race hardtail with a high amount of versatility.
The ultimate riding experience: Radon Black Sin 29 Frame in black red turbine orangeWith internal cable routing, the frame weighs a mere 1.040 grams and features the Radon Conehead steering, Shimano PressFit bottom bracket as well as Syntace's X12 thru axle on the rear triangle. The Black Sin 29er is tailored to the demands of race oriented and tech-savvy riders looking for cutting edge engineering. The frame was modified slightly to provide a better cable routing and tidier looks
Product features - Black Sin 29 Frame black red turbine orange
- Material: Carbon, X12
- Seat post: 27.2mm
- Seat clamp: 31.8mm
- Front deraileur: 34.9mm (High Clamp Down-Swing) / cable routing from below
- Headtube diameter: Tapered 1 1/8" - 1 1/2" integrated IS41 - IS52
- Bottom bracket housing: Pressfit 92mm
- Disc brake mount rear: Postmount (160mm)
- Wheel size: 29"
- Recommended Fork Travel: 100mm
- Dropout: 12 x 142
- Derailleur Hanger: For Sram and Shimano STD rear derailleur (not for Direct Mount)
- black red turbine orange
- approx 1240g (18")
Scope of delivery
- Radon Back Sin 29 Frame black red turbine orange
TechnologiesIntegrated Cable Routing
Internally routed cables offer many advantages. Cables are protected from dirt for longer life, weight is saved thanks to the absence of external housing and the bike has a clean, sleek appearance.
Integrated Post Mount
The post mount rear brake system is found on all carbon fiber frames and top aluminum full suspension models. Two bolts and the IS adpater arent needed anymore, and fewer parts means less weight. In this case we save 30 grams. This may not sound a lot. But there's potential to save weight in every detail.
Press Fit BB
With Press Fit bearings, the bottom bracket bearings are pressed directly into the frame and not screwed in as usual. This gives a wider bottom bracket shell and allows us to build a wider down tube and more broadly-spaced chainstays. Every millimetre of additional width gives a significant improvement in lateral stiffness.
This steerer tube design is stiffer than a conventional straight steerer and yields a more secure ride feel even in difficult terrain. Minimal flex at the front of the frame means the greatest possible steering precision. With the larger steerer, the forks become more rigid. At the same time weight is saved due to the absence of bearing shells as the lower bearing is fully integrated into the head tube. On all of our CUBE carbon models the upper bearing shells are also directly in the frame, so that once more a few grams are saved and the energy transfer is very direct.
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