It all started with the Dash275, then the DashMullet and now finally the long awaited Dash29.
We’ve taken a lot of time – but we’ve also done a lot of testing and finally created an absolute trail and enduro weapon.
It was very important to us to find the right balance between good uphill qualities and high downhill suitability.
This is where the steep seat angle on the Dash29 comes into its own. The tests have shown it simply – pedalling uphill in a relaxed riding position leaves you with more grains in the tank for the downhill. And that’s the formula that makes for more fun in the end!
You are always welcome to test our Dash29 on our home trails. If you would like to learn more about the Dash29, then just go for a ride with us on our hometrails near to the CW headquarter.
Some things are new, old things remain – our Dash29 also follows its smaller Dash275 brother. The enduro on 29″ wheels was also designed, constructed, built and of course welded at our headquarters in the heart of Germany.
The heart of the Dash is still hidden near the bottombracket and is not directly recognizable. Due to the low damper position, the Dash impresses with its excellent center of gravity it behaves well on the trail and in any riding situation.
For the 2021 model year we have added a few new features to the Dash29. First of all, we no longer use curved seat tubes for the Dash.
We admit that this has a positive impact on the production process, but in reality a steep seatangle feels really good. The 79° seatangle really pushes you uphill, so you can get to the next trail in a relaxed way and really let it go on the downhills.
The front around the headtube has risen a bit, so that you won’t run on a collision course even with the popular but very massive suspension forks these days. And if you like, you can also use 170 mm of suspension travel in the front.
In the Dash29 our rear end generates 155 mm of travel with a shock size of 230 x 60 mm.
|A – Horizontal Tube Length||525||555||587||619|
|B – Reach||420||450||480||510|
|C – Steering Angle||65°|
|D – Seat Angle||79°|
|E – Head Tube Length||110||110||120||130|
|F – Chain Stay Length||447|
|G – Wheelbase||1200||1230||1264||1299|
|H – Bottom Bracket Drop||35|
|I – Seat Tube Length||390||415||445||470|
|J – Seat Tube Offset||17|
|K – Fork Length||571|
|L – Stack||632||632||641||650|
|M – Standover||788||780||784||792|
Wir haben die Kinematik bewusst so gewählt, dass der Hinterbau zu Beginn des Federwegs sehr sensibel reagiert und zum Ende des Federwegs leicht progressiv wird. Dadurch steht man etwas mehr im Federweg und hat vorallem in hängenden Kurven mehr Grip als mit einem stark progressiven Hinterbau.
|Sizes||S, M, L, XL|
|Travel Front / Rear||170mm oder 160mm / 155mm|
|Shock Size||230×60 / 22,2x8mm|
|Seat Post Diameter||30,9mm|
|Seat Tube Clamp||34,9mm|
|Bottom Bracket||BSA 73mm|
|Brake Mount||PM 180|
|Hub Width Rear||148x12mm|
|Dropper Post Ready||Ja|
|Tire clearance||29″ x 2,5″|
|Weight (Raw, Size M)||3,9 kg|
- 1x CW thru axle
- 2x CW hanger
- 4x Frame Plug
Price and configurations
- 2499 € incl. 19% tax, excl. shipping
Konfiguration 1 – Farbe:
- Radiant Raw, Gritty Grey, Yawning Yellow, Obese Orange, Tasty Tourquoise, Bracing Blue, Grasfresh Green, Vivacious Violet, Beaming Black (kein Aufpreis + 0€)
- Specialcolour (+100 €)
Konfiguration 2 – Größe:
- Rahmengröße S, M, L, XL (siehe Geometrie)
Konfiguration 3 – Dämpfer:
- ohne Dämpfer
- Fox FLOAT DPX2 (+600 €)
- Fox FLOAT X2 2POS (+700 €)
Auf Anfrage können wir euch auch Angebote zu anderen Dämpfern und Steuersätzen machen. Meldet euch einfach bei uns oder gebt euren Wunsch beim Checkout im Shop an.