29’’ wheels |155 mm rear travel
Looking for a thoroughbred enduro bike with race genes and extreme climbing capabilities? Our DASH290 is the ultimate key to your top placings with maximum riding fun!
155mm travel on 29" wheels
Designed for the toughest tracks in the world, the DASH290 catapults you confidently into enduro heaven. The driving fun will not let you go. With incredible performance, the DASH290 drives you relentlessly to the top, and is always ready for the drop in the next trail, flow all the way, the fastest time of your life.
79° pure power development
Efficiency for more reserves, that is our concept behind the 79 ° steep seat angle on the Enduro Bike DASH290. This ensures optimum power transmission and prevents the front wheel from rising even on steep ramps. Speaking of steep: steep also goes your mood when your going downhill after climbing the hill with nearly no effort.
Well balanced geometry
Safe through the next corner. The moderate steering angle of 65 ° brings smoothness and plenty of pressure on the front wheel, but remains agile and playful enough for narrow trails. Due to the low center of gravity and the long wheelbase you are standing very central in the DASH290. Ready to pull off at any time.
Aluminum at its best
Clean welds and milled parts make our DASH290 a distinctive enduro machine. Shock linkage, bottom bracket shell and dropouts not only look damn hot, they are also extremely stable and protect sensitive parts such as the brakes from damage on your trailride.
Clean look and maximum protection
Minimal hand forces for dropper post & switching gears. The cables of our DASH run as straight as on no other bike. So nothing disrupts your flow. And you look really good on your DASH290!
We really put some effort in the design of the kinematics on the DASH275. The rear end reacts extremely sensitively at the beginning of the suspension travel. At the end of the 155 mm rear travel, the progression increases slightly. This in combination allows a superior traction whatever trail your are riding.
|Travel front / rear||170mm oder 160mm / 155mm|
|Shock||230×60 / 22,2x8mm|
|seat tube diameter||30,9mm|
|seat clamp diameter||34,9mm|
|Bottom Bracket||BSA 73mm|
|Rear hub width||12 x 148 mm|
|Dropper Post Ready||Yes|
|Max tire width||29″ x 2,5″|
|Weight (Raw, Size M)||4,2 Kg|
|Weight Complete Bike
(Raw, Size L, Standard Configuration)
|Body Height||157,5 cm – 170 cm||167,5 cm – 180 cm||177,5 cm – 190 cm||187,5 cm – 200 cm|
|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 – Wheel Base||1200||1230||1264||1299|
|H – Bottom Bracket Drop||35|
|I – Seat Tube Length||390||415||445||470|
|J – seatpost offset||17|
|K – Fork Length||571|
|L – Stack||632||632||641||650|
|M – Standover||788||780||784||792|
|max. seatpost insert|
*All dimensions in mm unless otherwise stated
What does the Radiant Raw color mean?
Frames in Radiant Raw color are really raw, without clear coating.
The raw material may contain minor imperfections, which result of the production process of our supplier.
After welding, we use steel wool to finish our frames. This helps to remove small scratches that can occur during our production process. Since this needs almost some time, we have decided to make no difference in the price of our raw frames.
Of course, you can’t get every scratch out of the raw material. But because of this small imperfections the frame is not less valuable or should be sorted out for that reason. It would be very contrary to our idea of sustainability.
By the way : After a season full of riding, you can use some steel wool to finish the frame again. With new decals on, the frame looks shiny and new again!
Can I get the frame without decals?
Currently we only use standard decals. You can apply all decals by yourself if you want to. Just tell us and we send you Decals + gluing instructions separately!
Why don't you use any protection of the bottom bracket parts on the Dash?
Starting our prototype tests, we experimented with some kind of protection there. However this protection tends to trap dirt, especially in dirty weather.
Without protection, the dirt can also fall out through the openings of our milled bottombracket. You don’t need any protection there against stones or other things. This parts are really stable at all