|QUADRO||RLT 9 RDO - CARBON/SILVER/RED tamanho 53cm||CÂMBIO DIANTEIRO||SRAM RIVAL YAW WITH CHAIN SPOTTER|
|SUSPENSÃO||NINER FULL CARBON RDO FORK WITH RACK MOUNTS, 15MM||CÂMBIO TRASEIRO||SRAM RIVAL 22SP|
|SUSPENSÃO TRASEIRA||N/A||CASSETE||SRAM PG 1130 11SP 11-32T|
|RODA DIANTEIRA||STAN'S NOTUBES GRAIL, NEO HUB CL 100X15MM FRONT||CORRENTE||SRAM PC 1130 11SP|
|RODA TRASEIRA||STAN'S NOTUBES GRAIL, NEO HUB CL 142X12MM REAR||PEDIVELA||SRAM RIVAL 22SP YAW 46X36T|
|PNEU DIANTEIRO||SCHWALBE X-ONE EVO SS, FOLDING, 700 X 38||CENTRAL||SRAM PF30|
|PNEU TRASEIRO||SCHWALBE X-ONE EVO SS, FOLDING, 700 X 38||SELIM||NINER CUSTOM WITH CR-MO RAILS, EMBOSSED NINER GRAPHIC|
|TUBES / SELANTE||STANS NO TUBES SEALANT (2 X 2oz BOTTLES)||CANOTE||NINER CARBON SEAT POST, 400MM, NINER GRAPHIC|
|FREIOS||SRAM RIVAL HRD FM||GUIDOM||EASTON EA50 AX|
|MANETES DE FREIO||SRAM RIVAL HRD||MESA||NINER ALLOY STEM, NINER GRAPHIC|
|ROTORES DE FEREIO||SRAM G3CL 160/160MM CL ROTORS||HEAD SET||NINER INTEGRATED SHIS DESCRIPTION IS42/28.6|IS52/40|
|PASSADOR DIANTEIRO||SRAM RIVAL HRD 2SP||PUNHOS||NINER BAR TAPE|
|PASSADOR TRASEIRO||SRAM RIVAL HRD 11SP|
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- Quadro em carbono RDO Niner
- Freios a disco
- Tipo BB: 68mm PF30 BB Shell (adaptadores necessários para BSA tipo BBs)
- Diâmetro do canote: 27.2
- Diâmetro do colar do canote: 31.8
- Headset: 1.125 "x 1,5" - descrição: ZS44/28.6 ZS56/40
- Espaçamento da roda traseira: 142x12mm
- Localização dos suportes de garrafa: todos os tamanhos possuem dois suportes dentro do triângulo
- Tamanho máximo do pneu: 700x40c /650x40c (os tamanhos dos pneus variam de acordo com a marca, alguns pneus não podem caber)
- Configurações de coroas: compatível com os sistemas single 1x, 2x e 3x
- Tamanho máximo do rotor: 160mm
- Biocentric: compatível com biocentric II PF 30 (não incluso)
- Roteamento interno para Di2
- Suporte para alforges dianteiro e traseiro
- Limite de carga: 20kg dianteira; 25kg traseira
Redefining what gravel can be. The new RLT 9 RDO.
Seriously. Who doesn’t like a diversion? Something different. A different perspective. A change of pace. We designed the new RLT 9 RDO to encourage diversion.
If you can think it on two wheels, the RLT, a multi-tool of a bike, might just be the bike for you. From dirt trails to gravel to asphalt, this bike takes it all in stride and you along with it.
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE RIDE
It’s hard to know where to start with this versatile beauty. The sleek, eye-catching design? The thoughtful benefits of NMF internal cable guide routing? The flat mount disk brakes?
We know those are important, but when it all comes down to it, none of those features matters if the ride quality blows. So, when we set about designing the RLT 9 RDO we talked to riders. They wanted a bike that could go the distance but perform when pushed. They wanted a bike that was stiff yet compliant. A bike that transferred power instantly but absorbed rough terrain. And, a bike that wouldn’t weigh them down but be durable.
So, that’s what we sat down at the drawing board to do and that’s what you see here. A bike we’re proud to add to the RDO line of bikes. A bike with mountain biking roots that tips its hat to the AIR 9 RDO. A bike so fast and fun and comfortably designed that it can be ridden competitively, on multi-day adventures and everywhere in between. This bike just works. In fact, we’re still scratching our heads wondering how we pulled it off.
Take a close look at the frame - the heartbeat of the new RLT 9 RDO. It’s a frame that wants to be pushed and pushed hard. Our Carbon Compaction process makes this frame 10% lighter without being flexy in the wrong places. It delivers performance and comfort all day long. And, we always design our bikes to meet rigorous mountain bike industry standards for strength. (Road bike standards are less stringent.)
Keeping ride quality in mind, we went to great lengths to design the frame junction where the stout seat tube, the bridgeless seatstays and the wafer-thin top tube come together. This design delivers just enough flex to keep the rider comfortable all day long without unnecessary weight. But don’t worry about this bike flexing in the wrong places. The massive down tube and chainstays keep power transfer right where you need it to be.
TECH FEATURES YOU’LL LOVE
Taking advantage of new technology, we included a window under the bottom bracket which makes cable/wire installation easy and allows you the ability to easily service components like Shimano’s Di2 system. The NMF cable guide routing means you feed the cable housing in one end and it comes out the other end. No More Fishing. The full carbon sleeved bottom bracket shell can be used with a PF30 press-fit bottom bracket or, if you pine for a simpler life and would like to go singlespeed, the BioCentric II eccentric bottom bracket can handle the duty. (BioCentric sold separately.)
We also added flat mount disc brakes. The absence of post mounts makes for a stiffer rear end and we were able to design the bike around appropriate braking power. There’s no need for a 160mm rotor when a 140mm handles the job with ease. They’re also easier to install and adjust which may also make your mechanic smile.
And speaking of mounts (this is a high-performance adventure bike after all) you’ll find intelligently placed rack and fender mounts on both the frame and the fork.
RIDE ONE TODAY
We could go on and on about this new RLT 9 RDO. It truly pushes the limits to what a gravel bike should be, but we’d rather you stop reading, get to your local Niner dealer and test ride one. Once you’re on, you’ll see what we mean.