AMERICAN EAGLE HARDTAIL

Available around september 2017

Atlanta 2.0

The Atlanta 2.0 is a race-ready hardtail designed for speed and efficiency. The steep head tube angle, combined with shorter rear chainstays, make this mountain bike fast and responsive. An oversized BB30 bottom bracket optimizes power transfer and the overall frame geometry so it can best perform with its slender seatstays that work in conjunction with a 27.2 mm seatpost to make the ride more comfortable. The name Atlanta 2.0 is obvious… a salute to Bart Brentjens’ spectacular victory at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, where he wrote history by becoming the first ever Mountain Bike Olympic gold medalist, flying on his American Eagle.

Carbon 29” hardtail frame, designed by Bart Brentjens

  • Carbon 29” hardtail frame, designed by Bart Brentjens

  • Toray and Matrix T700/T800 carbon composite

  • Race geometry, excels in climbing, cornering and accelerating

  • Lightweight (950 grams for 17,5 inch size)

  • 27.2mm seatpost

  • Boost (148mm) rear fork

  • BB30 bracket

  • Internal cable routing

  • 25 years of mountain-bike experience