en years have passed since we first came up with the idea to start making quality bicycle parts. Ten years is a good round number to celebrate. So... let’s recap. It’s been an amazing journey - hard work but always exciting. We dare to say that in this relatively short period of time we have become one of the biggest brands in the dirt bike scene. We’ve had two of the biggest names on the Freeride Mountain Bike Tour on our team - Martin Soderström and Sam Pilgrim.Our frames have been on the podiums more often than any other brands. The Majesty has been chosen as one of the 100 best products of the year for two years in a row in the the prestigious Dirt Magazine. And now with the launch of our Soda full suspension frames this year we went full circle, back to our roots that have always been planted in freeriding. It’s true that NS gained most of it’s popularity on the rising wave of the dirt / street scene and many people may not remember - but our first products were actually freeride components. And since the beginning till this day, the whole NS crew have always been riding “real” mountain bikes apart from their NS hardtails, so this new direction of development is perfectly natural for us. So, the champagne is in the fridge, time to dress up and join our party at 9 pm. Let’s celebrate! NS Bikes Crew
2012 HERE WE ARE again!
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Check out our 5 main colour themes. Every line is unique and you can be sure you wonâ€™t see anything like this anywhere else...
Do you still think your components are cool?
Fluorescent orgy of Brazilian acid!
A bow towards old school BMX style.
Absorbs light, bends space and matter.
Classic racing red but in a ďŹ‚at surface finish.
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Easy to change the travel of the bike: a/177mm long travel for FR and mini DH b/152mm short travel for long trips, jumps and bike parks
he one-bike solution for gravity orientated riders. The Soda is a compact freeride / bike park frame, and depending on build and setup, it will be at home on dirt jumps, bike parks, DH runs and still it can be pedalled quite efficiently uphill. Adjustable chainstays (417mm - 433mm) in conjunction with adjustable travel (152mm - 177mm) allows for dramatic changes of the bikeâ€™s character. This bike is exceptionally nimble and manoeuvrable in short travel and short chainstay mode (note: chainstays are VERY short in this position, much shorter than most bikes on the market), and still stable at high speeds in long travel with long chainstays. The frame is also very torsionally stiff - not only can it handle all rotational tricks but it also feels great in fast corners where you can often feel other frames ďŹ‚exing. We are used to seeing smiles on faces of our dirt jumpers who love the manoeuvrability of the Soda, but what really means a lot to us is that more traditional big mountain freeriders and downhillers were amazed by what this frame can do. We used a custom tubeset developed specially for this frame, to achieve the best performance, durability and aesthetics.
Comes with an option of air shock or spring shock.
10mm bolt-on or 12mm Maxle. Rock Shox Maxle included with the frame.
Silver blue is the second colour option.
Headsets for 1 1/8â€? steer tubes and tapered steer tubes included with the frame.
Fully CNC machined throughout, each element optimised for weight and rigidity.
You wonâ€™t find any ugly external gussets on the Soda. We blended in an array of beautifully cncâ€™d parts, each one optimized for weight and strength. You will find an internal headset and tapered headtube for low stack height and stiffness. The frame has an option of external or internal cable routing, depending on your preferences. In the rear end you will find a 4-bar linkage that gives several advantages: - lateral stiffness of the rear end of the bike - minimized side loads on the shock, eliminating excessive shock wear and friction - an optimized shock rate curve.
100% custom tubeset for optimum weight to strength and smooth lines.
For a DH / Big Mountain setup we suggest the following settings: 180mm single crown or 200mm double crown fork, coil shock, long travel and long chainstay settings. For trick orientated riding we suggest the following setup: 150-160mm fork, air shock, short chainstay and short travel setting.For most pedalling eďŹƒciency we suggest the following setup: 150-160mm fork, air shock, long chainstay and short travel setting. Jump to page 47 to check the full specs of the frame.
Strong and light tapered headtube. Long travel single crown forks will love it.
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he Soda Slope is a radical bike for big moves that takes over where dirt jumping hardtails are not enough. It’s most important feature is that it enables true singlespeed setups with no chain tensioners or standard derailleur / single front ring setups. It is exceptionally nimble and manoeuvrable with one of the shortest chainstays we have ever seen on production full suspension bikes. The Soda Slope was designed to feel just like a Majesty dirtjump frame but with a safety valve in the rear end for big hits and high speed runs. We also tested the Slope in a more traditional DH environment, and found that with a longer fork (around 160mm) it can actually ride surprisingly well. Even thought the travel is short, the quality of the ride was great.
The frame is really very stiff torsionally - we have been throwing 180’s and 360’s for days on end and experienced absolutely no problems. The suspension didn’t hamper our test riders who could pull off just about every street trick that they could do on their hardtails. We used a custom tubeset developed specially for this frame, to achieve the best performance, durability and aesthetics. You won’t find any ugly external gussets on the Soda Slope. We blended in an array of beautifully cnc’d parts, each one optimized for weight and strength. You will find an internal headset and tapered headtube for low stack height and stiffness. Jump to page 47 to check the full specs.
In the rear end you will find a 4-bar linkage that gives several advantages: - lateral stiffness of the rear end of the bike - minimized side loads on the shock, eliminating excessive shock wear and friction - an optimised shock rate curve.
Horizontal dropouts will work with a singlespeed drivetrain but frame also includes a derailleur hanger.
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BB pivot means you can go singlespeed with no additional chain tensioners.
Smooth double-pass welding in all critical areas.
A 10mm bolt-on hub is recommended.
Geometry mimics our dirt jump hardtails.
Designed to run with air shocks and very little or even no sag for dirt/slope, or with standard sag settings (around 25-30%) for a more conventional feel.
Headsets for 1 1/8â€? steer tubes and tapered steer tubes included with the frame.
Is the Majesty the best freestyle mountain bike frame on the market nowadays? Hard to say, but if you look at Sam Pilgrim’s winning path since he started using it, and Dirt Mag’s “Ultimate MTB Products” awards in 2011 & 2012 you can guess yourself. - two versions: Dirt (22.6” TT / Euro BB), Park (21.7” TT / Spanish BB) - features 3D multiple butted tubes - fully heat treated after welding - removable cable hardware - integrated headset ~2.18kg Dirt / ~2.15kg Park
The ultimate frame cooked up from only the best ingredients without any unnecessary gadgets. 10
Is Sam Pilgrim currently the best dirt jumper in the feestyle mtb scene? Well, it’s not easy to say that, but considering his 9 wins out of 12 major events this year, sombody can surely state that opinion. It’s worth to mention that Sam, even if he didn’t win, still has been on the box!
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“The Majesty first caught our attention purely because of its super clean lines and great finish, but as soon as we got one built up we realised the great design went much further than just aesthetics. The use of some radically butted tubing, along with post welding heat treatment, has resulted in one of the lightest steel dirt jump frames there is, without compromises in strength, and perhaps even more importantly it gives the frame a ride quality that you just won’t get with a cheaper plain gauge frame. With the riding phenomenon that is Martin Söderström behind the geometry of this frame it’s not surprising that it’s spot–on too.Yes it might cost more than your average dirt jump frame, but then it’s far from average.” Dirt Moutainbike Magazine
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his frame has been with us from the beginning. Without any doubt the Suburban and now-retired Streetlegal were the frames that built the NS Bikes brand. The Suburban was also one of the first frames designed according to our clean look philosophy (it refers to both build and design) which has now become a standard that other manufacturers are following. Don’t get us wrong. The Suburban is not
an old frame – it is a frame with a long tradition and we are working hard to make it stay fresh and ahead of the competition. The only thing that remains is it’s famous name and glory. The years pass and Suburban is still one of the most popular and desired high end frames out there. The Suburban is a great frame for all sorts of freestyle MTB including street, park, dirt and slopestyle. - available in two versions: Dirt 22.5” & Park 21.8” (TT) - Euro BB - 3d multiple butted tubes - ~2.49kg Dirt / ~2.46kg Park
FEATURES: Optimised shape of stay bridges for maximum tire clearance and that special look (Suburban / Majesty ) Removable derailleur hanger (Suburban / Majesty) Removable u-brake mounts (Capital)
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Light and strong dropouts with plenty of CNC (Majesty / Suburban / Capital / Analog)
Compact adjustable dropouts (Surge) Elegant headtube for integrated headsets (Suburban / Majesty / Capital / Analog) Fully removable cable guides ﬂush with the tubes (Suburban / Majesty / Capital / Analog) Integrated seatpost clamp (Majesty / Suburban / Capital / Analog)
- two versions: 24” or 26” - 3d multiple butted tubes - ~2.36kg (26”) / ~2.31kg (24”)
apital. This is our dedicated street and park frame. The Capital 2 is one of the strongest street frames on the market, but it’s still very light.. Clean looks, 110 x 14 mm
BMX hub spacing, integrated pivotal seatpost, and real street specific geometry. No compromises, no excuses! Complete street emancipation!
*NS TIP: The Capital, RNS & District have matchin colours and logo design.
- custom butted 4130 cromoly - two sizes: L or M - adjustable horizontal dropouts - ISCG 05 - ~2.73kg
urge: it brings out all the best that a steel frame can offer. The ride quality, durability and dependability can never be matched by alloy frames. The frame is very versatile, has adjustable horizontal dropouts and is offered in two sizes.
A 140mm fork, derailleur and an epic trail ride? Sure! 160mm up front, tricks, and drops on trails till the early morning? Even better!
- 3 sizes S M L - 3d multiple butted tubes - ~2.1kg (M size)
nalog - you get what you wish for! The Analog is a premium class frame that can be a base for a radical freestyle trick machine or a very fast commuter bike. The sizing on this frame is really different than traditional track
frames, It features a slightly raised BB and lowered top tube lowered making it easy to ride and ﬂy. The bike is very agile and will react spontaneously in every turn.
The Analog frame matches the colours and design of the Analog fork.
THE LEGEND Sam Pilgrim signature grips. E
xactly one year ago Sam Pilgrim signed the contract with NS Bikes becoming our full-time team rider. Since then he won almost every competition that he took part in and finished the 2011 season on 3rd place in the overall FMB World Tour ranking. He is also the first European rider who made it to the overall podium, becoming a Legend in the MTB world. To celebrate this great year we decided to make Sam’s own signature grips. And here they are - the Legend! The pattern in the grips is actually the story of NS Bikes and Sam Pilgrim etched into the grips letter by letter. One grip is dedicated to Sam, the other to the NS design team. Both stories are actually rap lyrics, and one day you will hear them being performed live by the guys themselves. Now you will be able to study the history of our company and check out what Sam loves in life when your catching your breath between runs. These two stories together form a true
image what NS Bikes stands for. A combination of our design team’s dedication and experience with the suggestions, ideas and feedback from the best riders. One cannot exist without the other - United we stand, divided we fall. Like Ying Yang, but less gay.
from Lady S. Gray
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material: soft / medium compound diameter: : 29.5mm length: uncut 155mm ~115g + 30g NS bar-ends Bar-ends: bolt-on plastic with elastomer inserts works with all kinds of handlebars .
Oh yeah one more thing. We know that Sam has it all - lots of bikes, cash, chicks. But he lacks one thing. A front tooth! So we decided to help. These grips come with his missing tooth that can be cut off and used as a great keyring.
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he new 2012 Evidence is a low-rise, oversized bar designed for freeride, downhill and slopestyle. Not only does the name correspond with our Proof handlebar, but it’s also manufactured from the same amazing 7050 alloy with very high fatigue resistance. The Evidence is the bar that you can trust and throw
the most crazy moves with it. The bars come with 0.8 inch (21mm) of rise and are 30” inches (762mm) wide. The Evidence is really comfortable with 9 degrees of backsweep and looks rather special even at a first glance. ~310g anodised / ~320g painted
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NS TIP Proof and District: all the bends have a large radius to minimise material deformation and get that special relaxed look.
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Welcome to the team!
The District bars are high and wide, making them a perfect fit for street bikes that are usually built around low rigid forks, low head tubes, low integrated headsets and drop bmx stems. Even if the bar is really wide its completely comfortable with the big backsweep. This bar really rules, especially for use with rigid forks!” To make the Districts, we start by buying the very best Japanese 4130 cromoly that is available on the market. Next, the bars go through a complex process of multiple butting and shaping. After that the bars go through a carefully controlled heat treating process. Clamp 22.2 mm (incl. shims for 25.4 mm). ~525g black / ~540g chrome, painted The Proof handlebars are a favourite among top FMB riders - among them off course is Sam Pilgrim. High, wide, and manufactured from a special 7050 alloy material for great strength and fatigue resistance. With the new-school relaxed geometry, the Proof is really comfortable and looks rather special. Totally custom tubing and butting results in a strong & light bar with a special shape that is visible at the first glance. Perfect bars for dirt jumpers who use suspension forks, and the choice of most of the NS team riders. Clamp: 25.4 mm. ~365g black / ~375g painted Mint. A dirt-specific handlebar, similar to the Proof, but with a lower price. It’s one of the most popular choices of riders searching for aftermarket upgrades but also over the years, the Mint has “proved” it is no less reliable than the Proof in thousands of NS complete bikes. Multi butted 6061 T6 alloy, and several cool finishes to choose from. Clamp: 25.4 mm. ~380g black / ~390g painted
Terra. This is our economic true freeride-specific h-bar. Low, wide and strong, is ideal for use with long travel forks. It now comes with slightly more backsweep. Clamp: 31.8 mm. ~365g black / ~385g painted
Evidence Clamp: 31.8 mm. ~310g anodised / ~320g painted
Lot’s of machining inside
6mm bolts Quark. Clean and sleek . No unnecessary cuttings on the outside but plenty of CNC inside to keep the weight down. Yes, weight is important, but more important is that it’s strong as hell. The stem has been mounted in countless street bikes with rigid forks and proved to be indestructible. Even Erenes didn’t manage to brake it. 2 price level: Quark Pro and Quark material: cold-forged 6061 T6 Alloy reach: 40 mm bar bore: 25,4mm / 31,8mm Quark ~215g / ~252g Quark Pro ~175g / ~198g
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Rotary SS Pro ~395g
Rotary 10 ~190g
Rotary SS ~420g
Rotary 20 ~ 155g
Simple design, clean form, functionality and reliability. Massive bolt and even bigger axle - this solution rules as itâ€™s light
& strong! We use 10T drivers in the rear hubs as this is the best solution for dirt bikes.
Rotary Cassette ~365g
Rotary Cassette 3 pawls and ratchet ring
Rotary 20 Disc ~185g
All NS hubs use quality sealed bearings
The rear cassette hub features a light alloy 7075 cassette body and runs on 4 big sealed bearings. It has an oversized
7075 alloy axle. The front disc brake hub comes in the same colours and makes for a perfect freeride combo. 19
ie cast version (based on AERIAL PRO). They look awesome (maybe even better?) and cost around as much as a t-shirt. We simplified the whole production process by choosing die cast technology. So they are cheap but with the matt paint job they look like million dollars and work great. We donâ€™t have to add that they have replaceable pins right?
Concave low profile platform (17mm x 95mm x 95mm). 20 removable pins per pedal. Spare pins included. 2 sealed bearing/bushing system
e really like these pedals. Great function and nice to look at. A simple but refunded design. No gimmicks. Reliable. Oh yeah - very light as well - just over 390g. We are glad that we achieved this great weight without using a magnesium body or titanium axle as both these options are very expensive and make the pedals weaker. We simply had to do it for you. 20
Concave low-mid profile platform with embossed NS-Bikes logo. Platform size: 95mm x 95mm x 19mm. ~445g loose ball / ~460g sealed bearing
ne of our tester claims that even if you warp them, they will straighten up themselves! But I would not take his word for that. The looks of these rims are maybe not revolutionary (I think that’s good… we’re actually quite conservative) but the true awesomeness of these rims lies within. The beauty is inside and cannot be seen.
It’s the super stiff and strong material they are made of. Design is unquestionable – you can feel the power. We add a NS BIKES – STAY TRUE rim tape… which if you want you can use for a D.I.Y. belt. So? I think we did a great job here.
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24” or 26” / 32h or 36H width: 32mm pin joint 6066 T6 alloy ~610g (26”) / ~560g (24”)
Fundamental Trailmaster This is what the cross section of our rims looks like.
24” or 26” / 32h or 36H width: 33mm sleeved joint 6066 T6 alloy ~560g (26”) / ~505g (24”) Trailmaster rim is a high-end product made from high quality 6066 T6 heat-treated alloy, about 30% TRAILMASTER The stronger than standard T6 6061 used in most rims. We are not big fans of ugly eyelets.
*NS TIP If this is not enough for you then go grab a drill and save another 30 grams.
he new RNS forks is build with one purpose in mind: street. It’s designed around a really low axle-to-crown height that results in a steeper head angle, making the bike much beter for ‘nibbling’. It’s a premium fork pimped-out with details such as black oxidized anti rust protection and threaded top cap. The Fundamental is a little bit higher for more classic geometry and riders who don’t like their front end so low. Both forks are premium quality and very strong - both use custom,
heat treated 4130 cromoly triple butted and tapered legs height a-c: 420 mm rake: 26 mm ~1.29kg
triple butted blades, 1 piece CNC machined steer tubes and are fully heat-treated after welding. The Fundamental accept pegs where as the RNS is designed for pegless riding and comes with smaller dropouts with shorter rake for easier nose manuals. There is plenty of material where it’s really needed, yet the overall weight of the fork remains very low. There are a lot other tech details, but let’s not waste time! The streets are waiting!
heat treated 4130 cromoly triple butted and tapered legs height a-c: 435 mm rake: 30 mm ~1.38kg
heat treated 4130 cromoly double butted and tapered legs height a-c: 410 mm rake: 26 mm ~1.1kg
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ur soft goods line changes more often then you might think. All our current t-shirts and clothing details can be found on our website. If you want it, contact you local distributor and if he
does not have it contact us directly and we will make sure you get what you need.
he Analog fork - a simple and strong rigid fork designed for fixed gear bikes. The blades have build-in rake for a super clean look. We even know of a case where these forks has been stolen by a street MTB rider that loved the looks so much that he mounted them in his 26â€? street bike. The forks handled fine...
*The RNS and Analog forks come with a smart threaded top cap that works with different steer tube lengths.
BARTEK OBUKOWICZ Vienna Air King 2011
hile designing our complete bikes we always try to make a quality product that is something more than just a bunch of random parts put together. It’s not an easy process. We need to take a lot of factors into the equation like price, weight and quality. Everything needs to be optimized and compatible. Decals, colours and finish techniques also need to be chosen carefully. The setups are very often based on those used by our pro riders. When it comes to our top models we lock our accountant in the
oﬃce cellar. That is why you won’t find any compromises or cheap parts in our Soda 1, Core 1 and Metropolis 1 bikes. But what’s important is that also the other more economical models have the same strenght and function as our top of the line bikes, and we make sure the only compromise is slightly higher weight. That’s why unlike many other brands we do not have to apply a “do not jump on this bike sticker”.
as a mini-dh rig. And one more thing - in short travel mode with the longer chainstay setting it’s a really capable enduro bike that can be ridden uphill all day long. Read more about the Soda frame on page 6.
he Soda FR is a truly adjustable, do-it-all full suspension bike for new-school riders. It’s built around our new frame with custom formed tubes, big sealed bearings and tasty CNC features throughout. In the short chainstay and travel setting it will be perfect for slopestyle, dirt and tricks. Switch the travel to 180mm, place the wheel in the long chainstay position and the bike transforms into a plush and stable freeride machine that will double up
The highest spec of the Rock Shox Totem RC 2P Air. It’s advanced system of travel and height adjustment is an ideal match for the the Soda’s rear suspension and is the key to a true “2 in 1” bike.
BUILT ON Soda aftermarket
MAINFEATURES Aftermarket SODA Frame with adjustable travel 152mm / 177mm with Marzocchi Rocco R MassiveRock Shox Totem RC 2P Air fork, adjustable travel 150 mm / 180 mm Drivetrain 1x10spd SRAM X7 with Truvativ Holzfeller cranks & E13 chain guard NSpartsEvidence bar, Trailmaster rims, Quark stem, Rotary hubs, & Aerial pedals (sealed bearings) BrakesAvid Elixir 5 200mm front and 180mm rear rotors
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BUILT ON Soda aftermarket
he Soda 2 is based on the same high-end frame as the Soda 1. This means it has the same wide range of applications. It’s built using
a careful sele-ction of components and offers amazing quality at a very competitive price. This is one hell of a bike.
Aftermarket SODA Frame with adjustable travel 152mm / 177mm with Marzocchi Coil R shock MassiveRock Shox Domain R CL 180mm Drivetrain 1x8spd SRAM X5 + E13 chain guard NSpartsTerra bar, Fundamental rims, Quark stem, Aerial pedals, Rotary hubs (sealed bearings ) BrakesAvid Elixir 1 200/180mm
when hardtails are just not enough!
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BUILT ON Soda aftermarket
radical new-school slopestyle and dirt bike that takes over when hardtails are just not enough. The heart of the bike is our new frame with custom formed tubes, big sealed bearings and tasty CNC features throughout. The concentric BB pivot system allows for a single speed setup for jumps but the bike can also
be used with a derailleur for freeriding. We applied the same geometry concept that we use in our hardtails so anyone who likes our Metropolis bikes or Suburban/ Majesty frames will feel at home on the Soda. The specification includes NS Fundamental rims, NS Proof bars and Octane One pivotal seat.
Aftermarket SODA SLOPE Frame with 107mm travel and Rock Shox Monarch R shock. MassiveMarzocchi 55R 140mm, alloy steer tube, 20mm axle OctaneOnehubs (sealed bearings), Pivotal seat + post NSpartsProof bar, Fundamental rims, Quark stem, Aerial pedals BrakesAvid Elixir 1 180mm TiresSBE 2,35VV” Folding!
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he Core family was designed to meet the needs of riders who would like to have a versatile bike suited for many kinds of riding. That is why these bikes are full of features that make them the ultimate all round heavy duty machines. The Core can take a lot of abuse. It was build according to our NS Bikes policy and you wonâ€™t find any crappy parts on these bikes that you would want to sell on ebay right away. Letâ€™s get to the point:
a versatile bike allows you to do almost everything. Dirt jumps, drops, big mountain freeride, twisty single tracks or all day enduro trips. Neither will be a problem for this bike. You will have a blast and while you will be returning home with adrenaline pumping in your veins you will appreciate the advantages of a cro-mo frame.
SolidNS 100% Cromoly frame available in 2 sizes Massive Marzocchi 55RS 160mm, 20mm axle Drivetrain 1x8spd SRAM X5, Truvativ Ruction + E13 chain guard NSpartsTerra bar, Fundamental rims, Quark stem, Aerial pedals, OctaneOne hubs(sealed bearings in front) BrakesAvid BB5 180mm LightOctane One saddle and seatpost
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CORE 1 MAINFEATURES SolidNS 100% Cromoly frame available in 2 sizes MassiveMarzocchi 55S 160mm, alloy steer Drive1x10spd SRAM X7 with, Truvativ Holzfeller crank + E13 chain guard NSpartsTerra bar, Fundamental rims, Quark stem, Aerial pedals, OctaneOne hubs(sealed bearings) BrakesAvid Elixir 1 180mm LightOctane One saddle with hollow cromoly rails
CORE 3 MAINFEATURES SolidNS Trimoly frame (DT/TT/CS cromoly) available in 2 sizes MassiveDuro DJ D 130mm Drive train 2x8spd SRAM SX4 NSpartsTerra bar, Quark stem, The Legend grips CranksTruvativ Ruction + Howitzer BB BrakesTekto Novela 180mm LightOctane One saddle
MAINFEATURES SolidNS frame, butted 100% cromoly, integrated headset LightMarzocchi DJ1 with 100mm travel, alloy steer tube MicroDrive 25:11 Salt Plus tubular cromoly crankset NSpartsProof bar, Fundamental rims, Quark stem, Aerial OctaneOne hubs, rear with 11t driver (sealed bearings), BrakeAvid Elixir 1 160mm LightKenda SBE 2,1 Folding / Octane One seat combo
he Metropolis family was designed as a replica of Sam Pilgrim bike. That means that you can take it straight out of the box and, with no excuses, hit the biggest dirt jumps on your local track. Weight is a very important feature for most pro riders and there are just a few complete bikes on the market that can compete with our Metropolis 1 bike (“a few!!?? That’s a few too many” said our boss when he read this). We are also very
proud of what we have achieved with the design of this bike. It looks awesome and this is not only our opinion.This bike draws everyone’s attention… pro riders too. Decals were inspired by the famous Bad Brains cover and german sci-fi movie from the 30-ties called “Metropolis”. If you have not seen it yet, check it out.. it’s really worth watching!
Photo Of the Day
About this Sam Pilgrims pic created by Szymon Nieborak: “This one really jumped out at me. I really like the lines of the ditch, and there’s a lot of texture in it as well with the gravel. Subtle colours, not all bright and rich and ﬂash lit, but that’s okay, sometimes life looks better that way and I like how this shot looks... “ - Ian Hylands / Pinkbike
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METROPOLIS 2 MAINFEATURES
PearlBlack NS frame, full cromoly, SolidMarzocchi DJ13 with 100mm travel, 20mm axle SmallDrivetrain 28:13, Odyssey 13t freewheel, Salt tubular cromoly crankset NSpartsMint bar, Fundamental rims, Quark stem, Legend grips OctaneOnehubs (sealed bearings in rear) BrakeAvid BB5 160mm OdysseyTwisted pedals
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METROPOLIS 3 MAINFEATURES
SolidNS Trimoly frame (DT/TT/CS cromoly) SolidMarzocchi Dirt Jam 100mm StrongMid BB system,Salt tubular cromoly crankset NSpartsMint bar, Quark stem, Legend grips OctaneOneOne seatpost combo - very light OdysseyTwisted pedals
he Holy family - bikes similar to the Metropolis but with rigid forks. Sure, you can swap the rigid over for a suspension fork, because this bikes’ geometry derives from the legendary Suburban, so it will work great. But you don’t have to do that - the
stock fork is a nice piece made of full cromo 4130! We recommend the Holy for street / park and dirt. Besides that, we have heard about guys who just ride on them to school and they are also amazing for pump tracks!
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SolidNS 100% Cromoly frame, integrated headset, 24” or 26” wheels RigidNS Fork 100% cromoly SmallDrivetrain 28:13 Odyssey 13t freewheel, Salt tubular cromo crak NSpartsMint bar, Fundamental rims, Quark stem, The Legend grips OctaneOne hubs (sealed bearings in rear) BrakeAvid BB5 160mm OdysseyTwisted pedals
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SolidNS Trimoly frame (DT/TT/CS cromoly) 24” or 26” wheels RigidNS Fork 100% cromoly StrongMid BB system,Salt tubular cromoly crankset NSpartsMint bar, Quark stem, The Legend grips OctaneOnecombo - very light OdysseyTwisted pedals
MAINFEATURES SolidNS 100% Cromoly frame, sloping TT, short CS, high BB ThreeSizes: S,M,L BarspinableNS Fork 100% cromoly NSpartsMint bar, Quark stem, The Legend grips HighProﬁleRims, Kenda Kwik Trax 700x38c freestyle tyres OdysseyTwisted pedals with freestyle straps Cog&freewheel 16T included
he Analog is a a fixed gear freestyle bike that’s very strong, light, and despite being designed primarily for tricks, it’s a great bike for commuting. It uses the same tubes as our dirt jumping frames and has the same attention to detail and the same focused design as all our dirt products. The Analog frames will fit tires up to 700x38C and will be barspinable with this size. The geometry is different than that found in traditional track bikes - the length of the top tube will be longer in the corresponding size, and we suggest using shorter stems (40-50mm) tto achieve the correct riding position. Story started a few years ago when we started observing our MTB products being used by fix-trix bikers - especially our forks. These guys have been asking us to make some specific fixed gear products and our reply was simple: OK... fine... we got technology but you need to tell us everything about your requirements... everything! Thanks to this cooperation the Analog is not only a properly designed bike but it’s also a 100% true roots machine made specially for our customers!
THAT’S ANALOG A FIXED GEAR SOUL in a new shool form
celand is one of these unique places where you always dream to go to... lucky for us, our dream came true and we have had a chance to spend a few awesome days in this beautiful country. Vast, endless fields, rocky mountains, breathtaking waterfalls, hot springs and that spiritual feeling while watching auroras... these are things which are making Iceland one of the most desirable destinations. Together with Sam Pilgrim and the other guys in our crew we totally enjoyed every moment during our stay there. But natural environment is not the only great thing there, as we can’t forget about the amazing people who live there and their friendly hospitality. Honestly, this trip wouldn’t be even half that successful without our awesome guide - Emil Guðmundsson a.k.a. ‘viking’... we’ve had good days full of fun, but most of all - Iceland is a magical place to ride a bike! Chilling on fixed gear, dirt jumping, insane freeriding - it’s all there! This is why we loved it so much and already looking forward to go back there as soon as possible...
IT’S BEEN A HELL I
t’s been a hell of a summer. Weekend after weekend of gnarly comps, photo shoots, product testing. It all started in early 2011. Just a few days after Pilgrim got his NS bike, he went to win his major international event. And since then, the winning streak just did not seem to end. Sam was unstoppable. Now the season is
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over and finally it’s time to chill. And what better way that than a trip to sunny Italy. We got this postcard a few days ago. Looks like he had a good time. And don’t forget to send us a postcard from YOUR vacation.
OF A SUMMER
Travel: Tubes: Welding: Rear shock: Cable guide: Pivot: Head tube: Fits forks: Rear hub: Axle: Brake mount: BB: Rear derailleur: Front derailleur: Post/clamp: Max tire: Weight:
SODA frameset 152-177mm (6-7”) adjustable A6061-T6 custom formed and butted smooth ‘double pass’ welding in all critical areas 216x63mm (8.5x2.5”) internal or external over BB tapered 1.5 ZS (56mm ID/44mm ID), 115mm stack height standard 1-1/8” or tapered 1.5 - 1-1/8” steer tubes 135x10mm bolt type or 135x12mm Maxle Rock Shock Maxle included with frame IS-2000 standard mtb english 1.37x24tpi, 73mm wide, ISCG-05 mounts removable hanger included not compatible 30.9mm / 34.9mm 26 x 2.5” ~3.49kg / 7.25 lbs (w/o shock)
SODA SLOPE 107mm (4.2”) A6061-T6 custom formed and butted tubes smooth ‘double pass’ welding in critical areas 190x50mm (7.5 x 2.0”) external around BB allowing true singlespeed setups tapered 1.5 ZS (56mm ID/44mm ID), 115mm stack height standard 1-1/8” or tapered 1.5 - 1-1/8” steertubes 135x10mm, suggested bolt-on hubs, IS-2000 disk brake mount IS-2000 standard mtb english 1.37x24tpi, 73mm wide, ISCG-05 mounts optional hanger included not compatible 30.9mm / 34.9mm 26 x 2.4” ~3.2kg / 7 lbs (w/o shock)
Material: Fork travel: Top tube: Chain stays: Frame size: Headset: Head tube stack: BB: Chainring size: Hub spacing: Brake mount: Rotor size: Max tyre size: Post/clamp: Weight:
MAJESTY heat-treated, custom butted 4130 cromoly steel Dirt: 80-140mm, Park: 60-120mm Dirt: 574mm / 22.6”, Park: 552mm / 21.7” (physical c-c) Dirt: 381mm / 15.0” slammed, Park: 374mm / 14.7” slammed Dirt: 312mm / 12.3”, Park: 301mm / 11.8” integrated headset, Campy spec (45x45°, OD41.8mm) 115mm / 4.5” Dirt: euro bb 68mm, Park: spanish bb up to ~32t mtb (O.L.D 135 x 10mm) IS (International Standard) up to 185mm Dirt: 26”x2.4”, Park: 26”x2.3” or 24”x2.4” 27.2mm / integrated Dirt: ~2.18 kg. Park: ~2.15 kg
SUBURBAN custom butted 4130 cromoly Dirt: 80-140mm, Park: 60-120mm Dirt: 573mm / 22.5”, Park: 554 mm / 21.8” (physical c-c) Dirt: 381mm / 15” slammed, Park: 374 mm / 14.7” slammed Dirt: 307mm / 12.1”, Park: 301mm / 11.8” integrated headset Campy spec (45x45°, OD41.8mm), 115mm / 4.5” euro bb 68mm up to ~32t mtb (O.L.D 135 x 10mm) IS (International Standard) up to 185mm max Dirt: 26”x2.4”, Park: 26”x2.3” or 24”x2.4” 27.2mm seat post / integrated seat clamp Dirt: ~2.49kg. Park: ~2.46kg
Material: Fork: Top tube: Chain stays: Frame size: Headset: HT stack: BB: Chainring size: Hub spacing: Brake mount: Rotor size: Max tyre size: Post/clamp: Weight:
SURGE custom butted 4130 cromoly 120-160mm travel M: 572 mm / 22.5”, L: 585 mm / 23” (physical c-c) adjustable: M 411-423 mm / 16.2-16.7” L 381mm / 15” (fit’s like 16.5” MTB) 405mm / 16” (fit’s like 17.5” MTB) standard press-fit 1.125” (1-1/8” A-head) 110mm / 4.3” euro bb 73mm with ISCG-05 mounts up to ~38t O.L.D 135 x 10mm IS (International Standard), max rotor size: up to 185mm 26”x2.5” 27.2mm / 29.8mm seat post clamp ~2.73kg (M size)
MAJESTY (fork 100mm) Dirt & Park: 69.5° HT angle: Dirt & Park: 70.5° ST angle: BB height(mm): Dirt: -12 Park: +15 Wheel base(mm): Dirt: 1028, Park: 1009
SUBURBAN (fork 100mm) Dirt & Park: 69° Dirt & Park: 70° Dirt: -7, Park: +10 Dirt: 1033, Park: 1013
SURGE TT length horizontal: Stand over:
(160mm travel) M: 596mm / 23.5”, L: 615mm / 24.2” M: 796mm / 31.3” ,L: 806mm / 31.8”
CAPITAL 2 custom butted 4130 cromoly 60-100mm travel or rigid forks 420-440mm 26”: 556mm / 21.9”, 24” : 546mm / 21.5” (physical c-c) 6”: 370mm / 14.5” slammed, 24”: 355mm /13.9” slammed 26”: 286mm / 11.3”, 24”: 278mm / 10.9”
ANALOG custom butted 4130 cromoly 405-435mm rigid forks S: 561mm / 22.1”, M: 578mm / 22.8”, L: 596mm / 23.5” (physical c-c) all sized: 398mm / 15.7”
integrated headset, Campy (45x45°, OD41.8mm) 115mm / 4.5” spanish bb up to ~30t O.L.D 110 x 14mm, right & left side drive hubs removable U-brakes hardware 26”: 26”x2.2”, 24”: 24”x2.2” build in pivotal seat post 26”: ~2.36 kg, 24”: ~2.31 kg
integrated, Campy spec (45x45°, OD41.8mm) S: 125mm / 4.9”, M: 140mm: 5.5”, L: 155mm / 6.1” euro bb 68mm up to ~46t O.L.D 120 x 10mm or 3/8” medium reach calliper e.g. 45-57mm or 45-64mm 700cc x 38-40mm, not designed to fit 26” tyres. 27.2 mm / integrated seat post clamp ~2.1kg (M size)
CAPITAL 2 (fork 100mm) 26” & 24”: 70° 26” & 24”: 74.5° 26” & 24”: +31 26”: 1018, 24”: 993
SURGE (fork 160mm) M & L: 66° M & L 70° M & L: +3 M: 1095 / L: 1119
CAPITAL 2 (rigid fork NS RNS) 26” & 24”: 73.5° 26” & 24”: 78° 26” & 24”: +9 26”: 986, 24”: 961
S: 467mm/18.4”, M: 497mm/19.6”, L: 527mm/20.8”
ANALOG (rigid fork NS RNS) S: 72.0°, M: 72.5°, L: 73.5° all sizes: 73.5° all sizes -45(~305) S: 1001 / M: 1012 / L: 1018
ANALOG (NS Analog fork) S: 580mm / 22.8”, M: 595mm / 23.4”, L: 610mm / 24” S: 789mm / 31”, M: 808mm / 31.8”, L: 833mm / 32.8”
*NS TIP: the weight of components may be effected by the finish. Painted parts weigh slightly more than anodized parts.
Material: Legs: Height a-c: Rake: Steer tube: Top cup: Dropouts: Brake mounts: Weight:
Material: Clamp: Width: Rise: Backsweep: Upsweep: Weight:
Material: Reach: Rise: Stack: Bolts: Weight:
ANALOG FORK heat treated 4130 cromoly double butted and tapered 410 mm / 16.1” 26 mm / 1” 205mm / 8” internal threaded alu7075, 6mm and 8mm Allen key 5mm thick ~1.1kg + 0.03 kg alloy 7075 compression top cup
RNS FORK heat treated 4130 cromoly triple butted and tapered 420 mm / 16.5” 26 mm / 1” 180mm / 7” alu7075, 6mm and 8mm Allen key 4mm thick 1.29kg + 0.03 kg alloy 7075 compression top cup
F U N D A M E N TA L 2 F O R K heat treated 4130 cromoly triple butted and tapered 435 mm / 17.1” 30 mm / 1.18” 190mm / 7.5” designed for standard star-nuts 5mm thick ~1.38kg
EVIDENCE 7050 T6 alloy 31.8 mm 762mm / 30” 35mm / 1.4” (c-c) 9° 4° ~310 anodised ~320g painted
PROOF 7050 T6 alloy 25.4 mm 730mm / 28.7” 84mm / 3.3” 10° 4° ~365 anodised ~375g painted
DISTRICT heat-treated 4130 cromoly steel 22.2 mm (incl. shims for 25.4 mm) 740mm / 29.1” 101mm / 4” 10° 4° ~525g black ~540g chrome & painted
MINT 6061 T6 alloy 25.4 mm 710mm / 28” 76mm / 3” 10° 5° ~380g anodised ~390g painted
QUARK PRO cold-forged 6061 T6 Alloy (extensive CNC machining) 40 mm / 1.6” 0° 25.4: 38mm, 31.8: 40mm 6 mm with 6mm Allen hex 25.4: ~175g, 31.8: ~198mm
cold-forged 6061 alloy
40 mm / 1.6” 0° 25.4: 38mm, 31.8: 40mm 6 mm with 6mm Allen hex 25.4: ~215g, 31.8: ~252
Platform size: Axle: Bearings: Pins: Weight:
TERRA 6061 T6 alloy 31.8 mm 730mm / 28.7” 50mm / 2” 8° 5° ~365 anodised -385g painted
AERIAL 6061 T6 Alloy, fully CNC machined 95mm x 95mm x 17mm hardened cromoly steel two sealed bearings and bushing system 10 per side, removable 3mm ~390g
die-cast alloy 95mm x 95mm x 19mm hardened cromoly steel loose ball system or one sealed bearing and bushing system 10 per side, removable 3mm ~445g loose / ~460g sealed
THE LEGEND GRIPS
Material: Width: Height: Use: Joint: Brakes: Size: Drilling: Weight:
6066 T6 alloy 33mm 16mm front & rear sleeved disk brake only 26” / 24” 32h / 36h, asymmetrical 8mm offset 26”: ~560g, 24”: ~505g + 15g NS rim tape
6061 T6 alloy Material: 32mm Diameter: 16mm Length: front & rear use Weight: pinned disk brake only 26” / 24” 32h / 36h asymmetrical 4 mm offset 26”: ~610g, 24”: ~560g + 15g NS rim tape
soft / medium compound 29.5mm / 1.16” diameter / medium size uncut 155mm / 6.1” ~115g + 30g NS bar-ends
Material: Axle: Bearings: Disk mount: Drilling: Weight:
ROTARY 10 6061 alloy body, 7075 alloy axle & cones, steel bolts O.L.D 100mm x 9mm/ 10mm, bolt on 2 sealed 32h / 36h ~190g
ROTARY 20 6061 alloy body, 7075 alloy axle & cones O.L.D 110mm x 20mm, 2 sealed 32h / 36h ~155g
ROTARY 20 DISC 6061 alloy body, 7075 hardware OLD 110mm x 20mm 2 sealed IS (International Standard / 6-bolts) 32h / 36h ~185 grams
ROTARY CASSETTE 6061 alloy body, hollow alloy 7075 axle, 7075 cassette, steel bolts O.L.D 135mm x 10mm , bolt on 4 sealed (2x main hub bearings, 2x inside cassette) IS (International Standard / 6-bolts) 3 pawls with 24 engagement points / each 15° fits 8/9/10 sps cassette (shimano standard) 32h / 36h ~365g
ROTARY SINGLE PRO 6061 alloy body, hollow alloy 7075 axle, 7075 left cone, steel drive side hardware & bolts O.L.D 135mm x 10mm or, bolt on 2 sealed main hub bearings IS (International Standard / 6-bolts) 3 pawls with 30 engagement points / each 12° 10T (special light & strong bushing system) 32h / 36h ~395g
Material: Axle: Bearings: Disk mount: Clutch: Driver: Drilling: Weight:
6061 alloy body, hollow alloy 7075 axle, 7075 cones, steel bolts O.L.D 135mm x 10mm, bolt on 2 sealed main hub bearings IS (International Standard / 6-bolts) 3 pawls with 24 engagement points / each 15° 10T (2 sealed bearings) 32h / 36h ~420 grams
Frame: Shock: Fork: Headset: Stem: Handlebar: Grips: Brakes: Shifters: Derailleur: BB: Crank: Chainguide: Chain: Cassette: Rims: Front Hub: Rear Hub: Tires: Seatpost: Saddle: Pedals: Bike weight:
SODA 1 Soda FR Marzocchi Roco R, 216x63mm, 450 spring Rock Shox Totem RC 2P Air 150-180mm travel, 20mm axle, alloy tapered steer tube FSA Orbit 1.5E ZS, ACB cartridge bearings NS Quark 31.8 NS Evidence Octane One bolt-on Avid Elixir 5 180mm rear, 200mm front SRAM SX5 10spd SRAM X7 medium cage rear, 10spd Truvativ Howitzer 73 mm Truvativ Holzfeller alloy 36t chainring, 170mm E13 LS1+ w/ bashguard KMC DX-10SC, 1/2’’x11/128’’ for 10 spd Sram PG-1030 10 speed 11-36 NS Trailmaster 32h NS Rotary 20 disk (sealed bearing) NS Rotary Cassette (sealed bearings, alu cassette) Kenda Nevegal Stick-E 60tpi, 26x2.35 Octane One 30.9 Octane One Rocker w/hollow cromoly rails NS Aerial (sealed bearings) ~17.5 kg
SODA 2 Soda FR Marzocchi Coil R, 216x63mm, 450 spring Rock Shox Domain R CL 180mm travel, 20mm axle, 1-1/8” steel steer tube FSA Orbit 1.5B ZS, loose ball NS Quark 31.8 NS Terra NS Sam Pilgrim signature grips w/o ﬂange Avid Elixir 1 180mm rear, 200mm front SRAM SX4 8spd SRAM X5 medium cage rear Truvativ Howitzer 73 mm Truvativ Ruktion, steel 36t chainring, 170 mm E13 LS1+ KMC Z-72, 1/2”x3/32” Sram PG-820, 11-32 NS Fundamental NS Rotary 20 disk (sealed bearing) NS Rotary Cassette (sealed bearings, alu cassette) Kenda Kinetics 26x2.35 Octane One 30.9 Octane One Rocker NS Aerial (sealed bearings) ~18.5 kg
SODA SLOPE Soda Slope Rock Shox Monarch R (air), 190x50mm Marzocchi 55R, 140mm travel, 20mm axle, alloy 1-1/8” steer tube FSA Orbit 1.5B ZS, loose ball NS Quark 25.4 NS Proof 7050 T6 NS Sam Pilgrim signature Avid Elixir 1 160mm rear, 180mm front Truvativ Howitzer 73 mm Truvativ Ruktion 32t, 170mm, with bash guard KMC-510H Odyssey 13T freewheel NS Fundamental Octane One 20 disk (sealed bearing) Octane One Single Speed (sealed bearings) Kenda Small Block 8 60tpi, 26x2.3 folding Octane One pivotal 30.9 Octane One Pivotal NS Aerial ~15 kg without front brake
(with 180mm fork) M: 548mm (21.6") L: 564mm (22.2"), M: 576mm (22.7") L: 596mm (23.5") short / long CS: 417-433mm (16.4"-17") long CS only 433mm (17") M: 393mm (15.5"), L: 417mm (16.5") 66.5° (160mm fork), 65.5° (180mm fork) 71° (160mm fork), 70° (180mm fork) +13mm (353mm) (with 180mm fork) M: 1131mm (short CS) 1146mm (long CS) L: 1150mm (short CS) 1166mm (long CS)
(140mm fork) 540mm (21.25”) 553mm (21.8”) min 390mm (15.3”) - 407mm (16”) 348mm (13.7”) 68° 73°* +11mm (+0.4”) / ~351mm (~13.8”) 1070mm (42.1”)
CORE 1 NS 100% Cromoly Marzocchi 55RS, 160 mm travel 20 mm axle, alloy steer tube Prestine, loose ball NS Quark 31.8 NS Terra NS Sam Pilgrim signature w/o ﬂange Avid Elixir1 180mm / 180mm SRAM SX5 10spd SRAM X7 medium cage rear, 10spd Truvativ Howitzer 73 mm Truvativ Hussefelt, alloy 36t chainring, 175 mm E13 LS1+ KMC DX-10-SC Sram PG-1030 10 speed 11-36 NS Fundamental Octane One 20 disk (sealed bearing) Octane One cassette w/Q-R (sealed bearings) Kenda Nevegal Stick-E 60tpi, 26x2.35 Octane One 27.2 Octane One with hollow cromoly rails NS Aerial ~16.4 kg
CORE2 NS 100% Cromoly Marzocchi 55RS, 160 mm travel 20 mm axle Prestine, loose ball NS Quark 31.8 NS Terra NS Sam Pilgrim signature w/o ﬂange Avid BB5 180mm / 180mm SRAM SX4 SRAM SX5 medium cage rear Truvativ Howitzer 73 mm Truvativ Ruktion, steel 36t chainring, 175 mm E13 LS1+ KMC Z-72 Sram PG-830 8 speed 11-32 NS Fundamental Octane One 20mm (sealed bearing) Joytech cassette 10 mm q-r Kenda Kinetics 26x2.35 Octane One 27.2 Octane One NS Aerial ~16.9 kg
M 381mm / 15”, L 405 mm / 16” 67 deg 71 deg 415 mm / 16.3” M 572 mm / 22.5”, L 586 mm / 23.0”
M 381mm / 15”, L 405 mm / 16” 67 deg 71 deg 415 mm / 16.3” M 572 mm / 22.5”, L 586 mm / 23.0”
M 381mm / 15”, L 405 mm / 16” 67 deg 71 deg 415 mm / 16.3” M 572 mm / 22.5”, L 586 mm / 23.0”
M 596mm / 23.5“, L 615 mm / 24.2“ BB height: 330 mm / 13”
M 596mm / 23.5“, L 615 mm / 24.2“ 330 mm / 13”
M 596mm / 23.5“, L 615 mm / 24.2“ 320 mm / 12.6”
(with 180mm fork) TT actual: M: 548mm (21.6") L: 564mm (22.2"), TT effective: M: 576mm (22.7") L: 596mm (23.5") CS 6" short travel: short / long CS: 417-433mm (16.4"-17") CS 7" long travel: long CS only 433mm (17") ST: M: 393mm (15.5"), L: 417mm (16.5") HT angle: 66.5° (160mm fork), 65.5° (180mm fork) ST angle: 71° (160mm fork), 70° (180mm fork) BB height: +13mm (353mm) (with 180mm fork) WB(wheelbase): M: 1131mm (short CS) 1146mm (long CS) L: 1150mm (short CS) 1166mm (long CS)
Frame: Shock: Fork: Headset: Stem: Handlebar: Grips: Brakes: Shifters: Derailleur: BB: Crank: Chainguide: Chain: Cassette: Rims: Front Hub: Rear Hub: Tires: Seatpost: Saddle: Pedals: Bike weight: Frame size: Head angle: ST angle: CS: TT length (c-c): TT length (horizontal): BB height:
NS Trimoly (cromoly DT, TT,CS) Suntour Duro DJ D, 130 mm Travel 10 mm axle Prestine, loose ball NS Quark 31.8 NS Terra NS Sam Pilgrim signature w/o ﬂange Tektro Novela 180 mm / 180 mm SRAM SX4 SRAM SX3 front / SRAM SX4, medium cage rear Truvativ Howitzer 73 mm Truvativ Ruktion 36/24T,175 mm KMC Z-72 Sram PG-830 8 speed 11-32 Jalco DDY Joytech 9 mm q-r Joytech cassette 10 mm q-r rear Kenda Kinetics 26x2.35 Kalloy 25.4 Octane One Wellgo with molded pin ~17.1 kg
METROPOLIS 2 NS 100% Cromoly Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 3, 100 mm travel, 10mm dropout Salt, sealed angular bearings (Campy spec: 45x45deg) NS Quark NS Mint NS Sam Pilgrim signature R:Avid BB5 160mm, F:Tektro Novela 160mm SALT, Mid-BB 19mm x 8 splines with 2-sealed Spanish BB bearings SALT by Wethepeople, tubular cromoly SALT by Wethepeople, 28T CNC alloy ring KMC-410 Odyssey 13T NS Fundamental Joytech 9 mm Octane One Single Speed (sealed bearings) Kenda K-Rad 2.3 Octane One integrated seat-post combo Odyssey Twisted PC ~26”: 13.3 kg, 24”: 12.9 kg without front brake
METROPOLIS 3 NS Trimoly (cromoly DT, TT and CS) Marzocchi Dirt Jam, 100 mm travel, 10mm dropout Prestine loose ball
Crank: Chainring: Chain: Freewheel: Rims: Front Hub: Rear Hub: Tires: Seatpost: Saddle: Pedals: Weight:
METROPOLIS 1 NS 100% Cromoly Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 1, 100mm travel, 20mm axle, alloy steer tube Salt, sealed angular bearings (Campy spec: 45x45deg, OD41.8mm) NS Quark NS Proof NS Sam Pilgrim signature R: Avid Elixir 1 160mm, F:Tektro Novela 160mm SALT, Mid-BB 19mm x 8 splines with 2-sealed Spanish BB bearings SALT PLUS, tubular cromoly SALT, 25T CNC alloy ring KMC-510H 11T NS Fundamental Octane One 20mm (sealed bearing) Octane One Single Speed Pro (sealed) Kenda Small Block 8 60tpi, 26x2.1 folding Octane One integrated seat-post combo NS Aerial ~12.2 kg without front brake
Frame size: Head angle: ST angle: CS:
308mm / 12.1” 70 deg 71 deg 381 mm / 15” slammed
26”: 308mm / 12.1”, 24”: 301 mm / 11.9” 70 deg 71 deg 26”: 381 mm / 15” slammed 24”: 374 mm / 14.7” slammed 26”: 574 mm / 22.6”, 24”: 554 mm / 21.8” 26” 327 mm / 12.9”, 24”: 323 mm / 12.7”
308mm / 12.1” 70 deg 71 deg 381 mm / 15” slammed
H O LY 2 NS Trimoly (cromoly DT, TT and CS) Rigid NS fork 100% Cromoly, 435 mm (a-c) Prestine, loose ball NS Quark NS Mint NS Sam Pilgrim signature v-brake Alhonga front and rear SALT, Mid-BB 19mm x 8 splines with 2-sealed Spanish BB bearings SALT by Wethepeople, tubular cromoly SALT by Wethepeople, 30T steel ring KMC-410 14T Jalco DBX Joytech 9 mm Joytech Single Speed K-Rad 2.3 rear & front Octane One integrated seat-post combo Odyssey Twisted PC 24”: 12.6 kg / 26”: 12.9 kg without front brake
Analog NS Analog OEM, full cromoly NS Analog OEM, full cromoly, 410mm (a-c) Prestine, loose ball NS Quark NS Mint, cut to 630mm NS Sam Pilgrim signature Promax RC453 with 249A levers TH, square taper
24”: 301 mm / 11.9” 26”: 308mm / 12.1” 71.5 deg 72.5 deg 24”: 374 mm / 14.7” slammed 26”: 381 mm / 15” slammed 24”: 554 mm / 21.8” 26”: 574 mm / 22.6”
S: 467mm/18.4”, M: 497mm/19.6”, L: 527mm/20.8” S: 72.0 deg, M: 72.5 deg, L: 73.5 deg 73.5 deg 398mm / 15.7”
Frame: Fork: Headset: Stem: Handlebar: Grips: Brakes: BB:
TT length (c-c): 574 mm / 22.6” BB height: 327 mm / 12.9”
Frame: Fork: Headset: Stem: Handlebar: Grips: Brakes: BB: Crank: Chainring: Chain: Freewheel: Rims: Front Hub: Rear Hub: Tires: Seatpost: Saddle: Pedals: Weight:
H O LY 1 NS 100% Cromoly Rigid NS fork 100% Cromoly, 435 mm (a-c) Salt, sealed angular bearings (45x45deg) NS Quark NS Mint NS Sam Pilgrim signature Avid BB5 160mm rear / v-brake Alhonga front SALT, Mid-BB, 19mm x 8 splines with 2-sealed Spanish BB bearings SALT, tubular cromoly SALT, 28T CNC alloy ring KMC-410 Odyssey 13T NS Fundamental rear / Jalco DBX front Joytech 9 mm Octane One Single Speed (sealed bearings) Kenda K-Rad 2.3 rear & front Octane One integrated seat-post combo Odyssey Twisted PC 24”: 12.1 kg / 26”: 12.5 kg without front brake
24”: 301 mm / 11.9” 26”: 308mm / 12.1” 71.5 deg 72.5 deg 24”: 374 mm / 14.7” slammed 26”: 381 mm / 15” slammed TT length (c-c): 24”: 554 mm / 21.8” 26”: 574 mm / 22.6” Frame size: Head angle: ST angle: CS:
24”: 308 mm / 12.1” 26”: 312 mm / 12.3”
24”: 308 mm / 12.1” 26”: 312 mm / 12.3”
NS Quark NS Mint NS Sam Pilgrim signature grips F:Tektro Novela 160 mm,R: v-brake Alhonga SALT, Mid-BB 19mm x 8 splines with 2-sealed Spanish BB bearings SALT by Wethepeople, tubular cromoly SALT by Wethepeople, 30T steel ring KMC-410 14T Jalco DDY / DBX Joytech 9 mm front Joytech Single Speed rear Kenda K-Rad 26x2.3 Octane One integrated seat-post combo Odyssey Twisted PC ~14.1 kg without front brake
574 mm / 22.6” 327 mm / 12.9”
Lasco, 165mm 42T CNC chainring KMC-510H 16T (16T freewheel included) Jalco DRX3000 Joytech (loose ball) Joytech (loose ball) + fix /freewheel Kenda Kwick Trax, 700x38C Kalloy, 27.2 Octane One Slim Odyssey Twisted PC w/freestyle straps ~10 kg
(horizontal) S: 580mm/22.8”, M: 595mm/23.4”, L: 610mm/24” 300mm / 11.8”
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Slovenia PROSURF www.prosurf.si email@example.com +386 24202320 Streliska cesta 33, 2000 Maribor, Slovenija
Bulgaria VELOS BIKE SHOP www.velos-bg.com firstname.lastname@example.org +359 898665443 33 G. Tzimerman Str, Varna 9000, Bulgaria
Greece URBAN BIKES www.urbanbikes.com.gr www.urbanbikes.gr (e-shop) email@example.com +30 2310/815555 Vas.Olgas 26, Thessaloniki, 54641, Greece
New Zealand RHYTHM IMPORTS www.ribbed.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org +61 412884325 22 Warili Rd, Frenchs Forest, NSW 2086, Australia
Spain NS BIKES www.nsbikes.com email@example.com +48 58 520 18 04 int. 14 Raciborskiego 123, 80-215 Gdansk, Poland
Canada LAMA CYCLES INC www.lamacycles.com firstname.lastname@example.org 1-888-295-5262 (dealers only) 827 A Sainte Marie, J1H 4Y9, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada Contact your local NS Bikes Dealer
Hungary BIKEDISZKONT BICYCLE www.bikediszkont.hu email@example.com +36 703183178 Jeriko str. 25, 4032 Debrecen, Hungary
Norway ET SPORTS AS www.sykkelboden.no firstname.lastname@example.org +47 94 191 900 Avd. Sykkelboden, Drobak, Dyrlokkeveien 17, 440 Drobak, Norway
Sweden TARMIN-MTB www.tarmin-mtb.com +358 405310145 Josafatinkatu 2C5, 00510 Helsinki, Finland
China IBMX.CO www.ibmxco.com email@example.com +13917499904 Address 1: #122, NO.3239 Zhongshanbei RD, Putuo District, Shanghai, China
Indonesia PRO BICYCLE Distribution www.pro-bicycle.com firstname.lastname@example.org +6221 7663029 Jalan Lebak Bulus Raya 45 B-C Jakarta selatan, Dki Jakarta Indonesia
Philippines Tiong Hin Co Tyre www.tionghin.com email@example.com +65 6280 0416 Address: Block 108, Hougang Ave 1, #01-1293, Singapore 530108
Switzerland Biroma Bikes and Parts www.biroma.ch firstname.lastname@example.org 044 251 18 82 Leonhardstrasse 11, 8001 Z端rich
Croatia ALAN PRIM www.alanprim.hr email@example.com +385 14673206 Jandriceva 39, 10 000 Zagreb, Hrvatska
Japan DIRTY BIKE www.dirtybike.com firstname.lastname@example.org +81 262224077 1851-2 Inaba, Nagano City, 380-0911, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
Poland 7ANNA www.7anna.com.pl email@example.com +48 58 520 18 04 int. 14 Raciborskiego 123, 80-215 Gdansk, Poland
UK HOTLINES EUROPE www.hotlines-uk.com firstname.lastname@example.org +44 0 131 319 1444 Unit 17 The Loan, Viewforthbank Industrial Estate, South Queensferry, EH30 9SD, UK
Czech Republic KATMAR BIKE CENTER www.katmar.cz email@example.com +420 233322587 Bubenske nabrezi 8, 170 00 Praha 7, Czech Republic
Korea Byclipse co. www.byclipse.com firstname.lastname@example.org +82 2 322 2428 B1, 395-152, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Romania ASSPORT www.assport.ro email@example.com +40 212503528 Pantelimon 94, Bucharest, 021638, Romania
Ukraine VELOMARKET www.velomarket.com.ua firstname.lastname@example.org +380 442238242 25, Lutneva st., Kiev. 03131, Ukraine
Estonia BALTIC BICYCLE DISTRIBUTION Ltd www.fixedcycles.com email@example.com + 371 2 666 9778 Maza Nometnu Street 47-105, LV-1002, Riga,Latvia
Latvia BALTIC BICYCLE DISTRIBUTION Ltd www.fixedcycles.com firstname.lastname@example.org + 371 2 666 9778 Maza Nometnu Street 47-105, LV-1002, Riga,Latvia
Russia TEAMMANO CO. www.teammano.ru email@example.com +7 4955079869 Active shop, Sport Hit market, Skolkovskoe av 31, Moscow, Russia
USA BTI www.bti-usa.com firstname.lastname@example.org +1 5054731010 1216 Mercantile Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507, USA
Finland TARMIN-MTB www.tarmin-mtb.com +358 40 5679009 Josafatinkatu 2C5, 00510 Helsinki, Finland
Lithuania BALTIC BICYCLE DISTRIBUTION Ltd www.fixedcycles.com email@example.com + 371 2 666 9778 Maza Nometnu Street 47-105, LV-1002, Riga,Latvia
Singapore Tiong Hin Co Tyre www.tionghin.com firstname.lastname@example.org +65 6280 0416 Address: Block 108, Hougang Ave 1, #01-1293, Singapore 530108
LAMA CYCLES INC www.lamacycles.com email@example.com 1-888-295-5262 (dealers only) 827 A Sainte Marie, J1H 4Y9, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada Contact your local NS Bikes Dealer
Published on Mar 28, 2012