New Bike Day: KHS 6500 Trail Bike
KHS 6500 Trail Bike
KHS has revamped the 6500 trail bike for 2020. Upgrading the fork to 150mm and 29 wheels. A noticeable change from last year’s 650b plus. The new 6500 handles today’s technical trails with ease. A well-defined trail bike that is solid and stable over off-road terrain while also riding steep and technical climbs with confidence. This year’s geometry with component specs are designed for the well perfected balanced trail bike for riders who prefer longer travel but don’t want to resort to an enduro bike. The versatility that has made our 6500 trail bike popular.
Designed to handle everything from XC trails to gnarly downhills.
This year’s highlights:
- Aggressive updated geometry
- Increased travel
- Trail handling for all level of skills
- Smooth ride quality
The KHS 6500 suspension provides a solid pedal platform. Noticeable and smooth compliance from small to big hits while riding on the trail. Whether you are climbing or flying down a descent, the 6500 will outperform your expectations in a trail bike.
Frame type: Aluminium
Wheel size: 29 (XL-M) or 27.5 (S)
Sizes: S , M , L , XL
The 6500 handling is reasonably sharp while reacting with minimal rider input. Making it a great choice for all skilled rider levels that one can appreciate. Trail bike performance that is predictable, reliable, confident, efficient and comfortable.
Feeling confident in a trail bike your riding can enhance your overall experience. The 6500 performance by today’s #mtb trail bike standards is the leading component that this bike outperforms so well all-around.
The 6500 is the most versatile bike when it comes to trail riding. Light and responsive to ride all day adventures while solid enough to shred gnarly descents in bike parks all day. The updated geometry lets you push the 150mm travel to the very limits with it’s 29 inch wheels.
Visit your local bike shop to demo the KHS 6500 or click here to view one of our teams demo events near you.
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