FOX 38 Float Performance Elite, 170mm
RockShox Super Deluxe Select+ Coil 230×62.5orRockShox Super Deluxe Select+ 230×62.5
SRAM GX Eagle AXS, 12spd
SRAM GX AXS Shifter
SRAM GX Eagle 148 DUB 30t
SRAM XG1275 Eagle, 12spd, 10-50t
SRAM GX Eagle, 12spd
SRAM Code RSC
Avid Centerline 200mm
Santa Cruz 35 Carbon Bar, 800mm
Burgtec Enduro MK3 42mm
Santa Cruz House Grips or Burgtec Bartender Pro Grip Minnar
Cane Creek 40 IS Integrated Headset
RockShox Reverb Stealth, 31.6 or OneUp Dropper V2
WTB Silverado Medium Cromoly SL Fusion Saddle or WTB Volt
Maxxis Assegai 29″x2.5″, 3C MaxxGRIP, Double Down
Maxxis Minion DHR II 29″x2.4″, 3C MaxxGrip, DoubleDown
Industry Nine 1/1, 110×15, 6 Bolt, 28h
Industry Nine 1/1, 148×12, XD, 6 Bolt, 28h
RaceFace ARC Offset 30 29″ Rims
Please Note: Whilst we do our best to keep this information accurate, due to the availability of components some parts listed here may be swapped in order to avoid lengthy delays.
Large with Air Shock, Medium with Coil, Large with Coil, Medium with Air Shock
Available in : Large with Free invisiframe
Big mountain riding is a nomadic existence. Meeting friends in far flung car parks. Pinpointing trails you’re not sure are even rideable. Sending the ones you know are. Shiny new bling gets battered, shattered and bruised. That’s life. That’s how it should be.
That’s why the nomad exists.
Probably the most abused bike in our line up, every Nomad has a story to tell. But each Nomad we’ve made keeps coming back for more. It’s not Stockholm Syndrome, it’s called sealed bearings in all pivots, lower link grease port, shuttle guards and free bearing replacements. Why scrap a frame when a simple bearing service can make one last a lifetime? That’s our stance on sustainability at least, and it’s why our carbon fibre doesn’t just mean lighter, it means tough as hell, lifetime warranty and crash replacement support.
There’s no time for puzzling when on a road trip either. That’s why we chose 27.5″ wheels as the go-to for the wildest variety of riding styles and rider sizes. When peeling your bike out of the van at a new spot, your only question should be “is this a full-face or a half lid kinda ride?” The 64° head angle and 77° seat angle puts you in the sweet spot when winching up to the top of the big drop in. Meanwhile proportional chainstay lengths mean handling is never compromised, regardless of frame size.
And when we say big travel, we’re not talking about your Transits odometer. We’re talking 170mm of 38mm diameter fork and 170mm of VPP rear suspension compatible with both coil and air shocks. The details are completed by a neat mud flap to protect the rear shock plus tidy cable routing within the frame and swingarm and rubberised DT protectors to shrug off strikes.
So van-lifers unite. The Nomad is the kind of bike you need never worry about all summer long. Sorry we can’t say the same for the locked public washrooms and parking tickets