Sage has their new redesigned enduro/all-mountain hardtail, which is designed to handle any of the technical terrain you can throw at it. With a modern long and slack geometry, and a complete lack of pivots, the Flow Motion is built to be as reliable as it is capable. The bike was inspired by the legendary trails around Sage Valley, Oregon, where the company is based.

Sage refers to their Flow Motion frame design as “Unburdened by the complexity of pivots.” The Flow Motion is built to be light and snappy thanks to the extended reach and short and aggressively shaped chainstays. It comes internal dropper post routing and is built with the strongest USA Made 3/2.5 titanium tubing.

A Flow Motion frame costs $4,300 while complete bikes start at $8,265 with tons of custom build options on their website.


  • Longer/ Lower/ Slacker- Buzz words for sure, but when it is the truth, it IS the truth
  • Built using USA made straight gauge titanium tubing
  • Designed around a 150mm fork with a 44mm offset
  • 29” specific wheel size
  • Internal brake and dropper line routing
  • Designed around a 29×2.4” tire- Tire sizes can vary. Actual tire measurement based on tire and rim combination of 60mm from knob to knob measurement with tire installed and fully inflated on rim
  • 1X specific design
  • Boost chainstay spacing for a strong, nimble ride
  • 31.6mm Seatpost design


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