So it's nothing new to be able to buy just a frame from your favourite bike company, but Commencal have just established a new middle ground. The new Commencal factory framesets are more than just a frame but not quite a complete bike. Take the Meta 6 above. You get Fox 36 Talas forks, Thomson stem, FSA headset, carbon Easton bars and a Crank Brothers Joplin seatpost. The rest of the build is up to you, it's a pretty dam good start. Commencal's New Zealand distributor has the full range of factory framesets in stock. The following Commencal models are available as Factory framesets: Meta 6, Meta 55, Super 4, Skin, Supreme DH and the Supreme. Check out the Specs here.
Check out this cool behind the scenes video of the Commencal Vallnord DH team in action at the first few rounds of the World Cup including Kiwi George Brannigan
The Commencal Furious is in the air more than it is on the ground in this edit. Just as Commencal intended for this new bike!
Commencal have a new DH bike out aimed at the freeriders among you, it's called The Furious!
The WC DH season is just around the corner and Commencal rider Rémi Thirion is looking rapid!
Smooth riding Remy takes us for a tour of Whistler's hidden gems with just the sounds of his tyres tearing up the dirt as the soundtrack...
Gaetan Vige cuts loose on his new Commencal Meta HT...who needs suspension anyway?
Devinci NZ has sent us a 2018 Troy to test out and see what we think!
What we thought about the EZIGRIP Enduro 2 Bike rack
Scott positions the new Genius as the ultimate quiver killer. A big call perhaps, but it does present the rider with a multitude of potential options.
Shimano GR9 Long term test
A 180mm trail slaying beast that pedals uphill? Sounds too good to be true well check out Canyon's latest offspring the Torque
Canyon have completely re-worked the Spectral and the new 140mm trail bike is not only the epitome of German engineering but a wolf in sheep's clothing.