Deviate Cycles

Deviate Highlander 140 MTB Frame (2023)

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  • £2,400.00 GBP
  • Regular price £3,000.00 GBP
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All-Mountain Frame

The Deviate Highlander 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 all-mountain adventures where it offers a fantastic pedal platform to make those all-day epics a lot more fun. Face it downhill and it's agile nature allows for maximum manoeuvrability with the added support of our high-pivot suspension design to soak up any chunk the trail has to throw at it. The frame is compatible with 140mm - 160mm travel forks for the front travel and 140mm or 150mm of travel for the rear.

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The Highlander

The Highlander 140, conceived and tested in the wild Highlands of Scotland, is an all-conquering warrior of a bike. Designed from the ground-up with the sole focus of creating the world's most capable trail bike. The Highlander 140 is as happy on all-day back-country epics as carving turns at the bike park.

The all-rounder nature of the Highlander 140 is carried forward with the balanced geometry, plenty of stand-over and the ability to run a super-long dropper defines the Highlander’s character as playful, composed, and most importantly, a confidence inspiring trail bike. This is a bike built to put a smile on your face wherever the trail takes you.

Key Features

Material: Full Carbon Construction

Wheel Size: 29” / Boost 148

Rear Wheel Travel: 140 mm

Front Travel: 140 - 160 mm

Frame Weight: 6.3 lb / 2.85 kg

Shock Required: 210*55mm

In the Box

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


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Highlander XL 140

I have had a few bikes over the last few years, Whyte, Mondraker and then the Highlander that arrived in Canada last May. I had very little faff setting it up, living in Ontario I wanted a bike for the rocky stuff in the North and for the regular trips to Quebec. I ride it almost all the time. It has been fat bike season here but it is coming to an end and I can't wait to get back on it. My only wish is to move to an area with more mountains so I can get a Claymore. I feel it is also fair to say that the main thing that pushed me over the edge to buy one was McTrailrider and BCPOV. Great service on spare hangers direct from Scotland.