Modern Rocker: Spot’s All-New Rocker SS and Geared
● A modular frame that can be set up as 29 or plus, single-speed or geared
● The carbon Rocker features a newly designed, modular dropout system and the SS builds have a limited-edition Carbon Drive Red belt.
● Modern geometry, droppers, and aggressive wheelsets for ripping and flowing
GOLDEN, Colo. (August 4, 2020) – With deep roots in Singlespeed racing and hardtail riding, Spot is launching two Carbon Rocker models designed for fast and light XC hot laps and long adventures deep into the mountains. The Rocker SS and Rocker Geared are available for pre-order immediately on spotbikes.com with the first deliveries in October.
“Hardtail riding and single speeding are where many of us found our love for mountain biking,” says Spot CEO Andrew Lumpkin. “We decided to re-launch our beloved Rockers in carbon to amplify and modernize the pure and simple qualities we love about hardtailing.” Both models feature lightweight carbon frames (starting at 2.8 lbs.) and steep seat tube angles for nimble climbing, and dropper posts and modern geometry for fast and flowy descents. The Rocker SS features a super-strong red-
hot belt drive for low-maintenance simplicity.
Carbon Rocker SS Details:
• 29 or 27.5 Plus;
• Weights from 19.7 pounds;
• 3 builds from $3,299
Carbon Rocker Geared Details:
• 29 or 27.5 Plus;
• Weights from 21.3 pounds;
• 4 builds from $3,499
Carbon Rocker demos will be available at Spot headquarters in Golden, Colo., starting August 10 on a limited basis. Effective Jan. 1, 2020, all Spot bikes and frames offer a lifetime warranty. Spot’s consumer-direct Inside Line purchase program provides optimized delivery and savings in the thousands of dollars. Rock out at spotbikes.com !!!
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