Having a new start as a mountain biker and want to choose a bike that is suitable for you? Polygon Xtrada 6 2x11 might be a great answer. Featuring progressive modern geometry, riding through a wider variety of terrain is not a problem now - from local XC trail to your everyday adventure. Xtrada 6 2x11 offers you capability and stability for your ride!
Light-weight and Stylish ALX XC Frame
Xtrada 6 2x11 features ALX super light 6061 hydro formed aluminum frame that uses heat treated, hydro formed and butted tubing to give an optimal strength to weight ratio. Polygon’s mark of craftsmanship can be seen on the smooth welding of the bike, resulting in a more stylish look. The clean look of the bike is also supported by the internal cable routing technology.
On top of that, this frame is designed with tapered head tube, giving more stability for the rider while on the terrain. SR Suntour XCR32 LOR with 120mm travel is chosen to dampen the road and give the stability of riding to the rider. Riders can also utilize lock out and preload feature to adjust the bike to the terrain that it’s crossing.
Extra Comfort with Wheel Fit Size System and 2x Groupset
Choosing a bike that doesn’t suit body proposition and riding sure is exhausting. To make the ride more enjoyable, Xtrada 6 2x11 is utilizing Wheel Fit Size System - this technology presents a lineup which each frame size is offered with wheel size that perfectly fits the rider for better efficiency and optimum riding. There are two options for the wheel size: 27.5” and 29”. The 27.5” wheels are paired with Small (S) to Large (L) size bikes and 29” wheels are paired with Medium (M) to X-Large (XL) size.
Equipped with the new Boost hub spacing, this feature allows for a stiffer wheel with more tyre clearance and allows shorter chainstays that makes the back of the bike a lot easier to flick around corners.
Xtrada 6 2x11 is equipped with Shimano Deore M5100 2x11 groupset. This groupset offers better performance on climbs, so the rider can be more confident in exploring the unknown terrain. The wider range that the groupset enables the rider to ride in a wide variety of terrain.