Deviate Claymore MTB Frame (2023)

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  • ¬£2,666.00 GBP
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For the 2024 Edition UDH Claymore, find out more here.

All 2023 models come with a 52mm chainline.

Long Travel Enduro Race Frame

The Deviate Claymore full-suspension mountain bike (MTB) frame features a full-carbon make-up, designed to work with 29" wheels front and rear. The frame is optimised for enduro racing where it offers an unrivalled balance of high-speed control and excellent pedalling efficiency for all-day riding comfort thanks to our meticulously tested high-pivot suspension design. The frame is compatible with both 180mm and 170mm long travel forks for the front travel and 165mm of travel for the rear wheel. 

 

Key Features

Material: Full Carbon Construction

Wheel Size:¬†29‚ÄĚ / Boost 148

Rear Wheel Travel: 165 mm

Front Travel: 170 - 180 mm

Frame Weight: 6.1 lb / 3.2 kg

Shock Required: 230*60mm

In the Box

  • Claymore¬†Frame
  • Rear Axle + non-compressible sleeve for transport
  • Welcome Guide
  • Shock¬†(fitted) if ordered with the frame - see above options

Medium Frame Only: Some fork damper adjusters may foul on bottom on of the downtube due to stack height which varies brand to brand. To solve this issue you can purchase a crown race spacer here.


    Customer Reviews

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    Mil -Homens
    Amazing

    Looking forward to finish the assembly

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    Louis
    Best bike ive owned

    this bike is dope. Climbs well and decends better while remaining relatively lively. I replaced my XL gen2 strive and was concerned about the increased reach but the rest of the geometery makes the reach feel right at home. Big props to deviate for making an awesome ride.

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    Craig Furlong

    Deviate Claymore MTB Frame (2023)

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    Max
    High Pivot, High Traction Fun Machine!

    Freshly built up a Claymore for riding in the PNW - the first few rides have left me absolutely blown away by the composure of the ride. It's aggressive, and gets more responsive the faster it goes, but can still slither through tight, slow tech in the steeps! Bottom line: the massive traction generated by the supple yet supportive rear end had me glued to lines I struggled with before.

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    Brad Evison

    Deviate Claymore MTB Frame (2023)