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2021

Commencal CLASH RIDE

Commencal CLASH 2021

4199

Enduro

Colour / Sand, Matte finish

Weight / 15,9 kg / 35.05 lb, Average weight for S size, without pedals. Weight may differ slightly due to manufacturing tolerances.

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At a glance

The 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE is an Enduro Aluminium / Alloy mountain bike. It sports 27.5" wheels, is priced at $4,199 AUD, has RockShox suspension and a SRAM drivetrain. The bike is part of Commencal's CLASH range of mountain bikes.

New CLASH: The big (r)evolution!With its 27.5-inch wheels, long travel and completely revised geometry and kinematics, the CLASH cements its place as a do-everything bike. Bike park, enduro, chilled or more technical rides… It always steps up no matter what!For 2021, the CLASH changes significantly.The geometry has been reviewed in depth. Uphill riding position is enhanced thanks to an elongated top tube and a straighter seat tube angle. Downhill, the longer reach will bring stability when things speed up, whilst the short stem will ensure a manoeuvrable and playful bike through slower sections. Even if it’s definitely intended for riders of all shapes and sizes (from S to XL), with 27-inch wheels the CLASH is a particularly strong option for smaller people.Thanks to its new kinematics, the CLASH feels even more at home on the steepest freeride slopes.

The icing on the cake, like its big brother the FURIOUS, the CLASH features a kinematic adjustment. This setting gives priority to either sensitivity (Sensitive) or dynamism (Dynamic). No need to make many concessions. The Sensitive mode is intended for DH/Freeride days when you need that comfort and grip. Dynamic mode is ideal for smoother tracks or jump sessions with friends for example, when you’re looking for energy and flow.Though the CLASH doesn’t change aesthetically, we’ve delivered a whole new frame; its behaviour and level of performance takes a huge step forward. Not surprising for a CLASH after all!About the CLASH RIDEWith its ‘Sand’ finish and full black components, this CLASH RIDE will catch everyone’s eye!Beyond looking good, there are many fine details, so where better to start than with the new ROCKSHOX Zeb fork from the famous ROCKSHOX brand. The 180mm travel and 38mm uppers provide all the precision you need to follow your lines precisely, even under hard braking. The SuperDeluxe Select shock on the rear offers a wide range of settings so depending on which way you’re inclined, it’s possible to adapt your suspension to your body and shape, riding style or the day ahead you have planned for example. Big advantage of this RIDE compared to the ORIGIN is that it features a KS telescopic seat post. A real plus! For powerful and continuous braking, the SRAM Guide T 4-piston brakes are fitted with 200mm discs. Finally, the SRAM SX Eagle 12-speed group helps you go further and achieve more!

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Specifications

Frameset
  • Frame
    2021 CLASH, 170 mm travel, 27.5'', Alloy 6069, triple butted tubes, T4, T6. Enduro bearings
  • Fork
    ROCKSHOX Zeb, 180mm travel, 27.5", Charger damper, Debonair, rebound, Boost (15x110mm), 38mm offset
  • Shock
    ROCKSHOX SuperDeluxe Select, 230 x 65 mm, rebound, 3 tokens
Wheels
  • Hubs
    Rear: FORMULA DC-148A - Front: FORMULA DC-711
    Rear: 32h, sealed bearings - Front: 32h, sealed bearings
  • Wheels
    E13 LG1 DH Base, 27.5'', 32h, 30 mm inner width
  • Wheel Size
    27.5"
  • Spokes
    DT SWISS Competition, J-Bend, 2.0-1.8-2.0 mm, double butted, stainless, with Nylok, black
  • Tires
    Rear: MAXXIS Dissector - Front: MAXXIS Assegai
    Rear: 27.5"x2.4" WT, 3C, EXO+, Tubeless Ready - Front: 27.5"x2.5" WT, 3C, EXO+, Tubeless Ready
Drivetrain
  • Crank
    SRAM X1 1000 Eagle, 170 mm crank arms, DUB, Boost, Chainring: SRAM X1 1000 Eagle, 34t, Narrow-Wide
  • Bottom Bracket
    SRAM DUB, Pressfit
  • Rear Derailleur
    SRAM SX Eagle, 12 sp
  • Shifters
    SRAM SX Eagle, 12 sp
Components
  • Brakeset
    SRAM Guide T, 4 pistons, MatchMaker compatible, Rotor: SRAM G2 CleanSweep 200 mm, 6-bolt
  • Handlebar
    RIDE ALPHA R27, 31.8 mm, 780 mm width, 27 mm rise, Alloy 6061
  • Saddle
    FABRIC Scoop Flat Sport, Steel rails
  • Seatpost
    KS Rage-I, 34.9 mm, travel: 125 mm on S, 150 mm on M, 170 mm on L, 190 mm on XL, SouthPaw alloy remote
  • Stem
    RIDE ALPHA Freeride 40, 40 mm extension, 31.8 mm
  • Grips
    RIDE ALPHA DH, Ultra-soft compound, single clamp, black
  • Headset
    ACROS ZS44/ZS56, Alloy cups, sealed bearings

FAQ

Q: How much is a 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE?

A 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE is typically priced around $4,199 AUD when new. Be sure to shop around for the best price, and also look to the used market for a great deal.

Q: Where to buy a 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE?

The 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE may be purchased directly from Commencal.

Q: How much does a 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE weigh?

A 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE weights 15,9 kg / 35.05 lb, Average weight for S size, without pedals. Weight may differ slightly due to manufacturing tolerances..

Q: What size wheels does the 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE have?

The 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE has 27.5" wheels.

Q: What size 2021 Commencal CLASH RIDE should I get?

After measuring your height, use the size chart below to find the typical Commencal CLASH RIDE size for your height. Remember that these sizes are a general guide and bike sizes can vary between riders and bikes. The best way to find your size is to go for a test ride.

Rider Height (cm)Rider Height (in)Frame Size
148cm - 158cm4'10" - 5'2"XS
158cm - 168cm5'2" - 5'6"S
168cm - 178cm5'6" - 5' 10"M
178cm - 185cm5'10" - 6'1"L
185cm - 193cm6'1" - 6'4"XL
193cm - 198cm6'4" - 6'6"XXL

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