Not sure yet. We'll have to wait until we hit the trails.
With Mick and Tracy Hannah on board, it’s little wonder that people have begun paying a lot attention to Polygon in the last few months. Indeed the pair both won the National Champs earlier this year on this exact frame.
This Indonesian based manufacturer produces bikes that are pretty absurd value for money – the bang for the buck of the Collosus is unquestionable, with a full Saint groupset, Mavic Dee Max and top-shelf FOX suspension for under $5K. But component spec is only one part of the equation. It’s geometry, suspension performance and ride quality that actually win races.
We’ll be giving the Collosus a solid run over the coming weeks to see if it’s just as impressive on the trail as it is in the catalogue. In the meantime here’s a run down of some of the key features and components.
In only its first outing the Polygon DHX is the bike that was ridden to victory at the 2013 Australian Downhill Championships twice! Mick Hannah taking out the mens elite and, his sister Tracey, taking the top spot on the podium for the womens elite. See this video for a wrap up of the weekend
The DHX is the king of the mountain, in Polygon’s downhill lineup. No expense has been spared in putting together this incredible bike. This bike features the latest in Polygon’s frame technology with the ALX Floating Suspension 2 Downhill frame that delivers incredibly active small bump compliance with amazing pedaling efficiency. With its now lower center of gravity due to the new FS2 frame design, the Collosus DHX delivers a rock-solid ride at any speed and has a bottomless suspension feel and highly predictable handling that gives you the confidence you need to dive hard into corners, commit to faster lines and spend less time on the binders.
Outfitted with a FOX 40 Kashima fork with 8 inches of travel, Shimano Saint drivetrain, Shimano Saint hydraulic disc brakes and Mavic Deemax UST Wheels, the Polygon Collosus DHX lets you ride as fast as you dare and possibly even faster.
See the 2012 video below, the 2013 version coming soon!
ALX Hydroformed Downhill Frame with Floating Suspension System 2 technology (FS2)
Full Shimano Saint 820 componentry
Fox 40 Fit RC2 front fork w/ Kashima Coat
Fox DHX RC4 rear shock w/Kashima Coat
Kore Torsion handlebar and stem
Kore T-Rail Torsion saddle
Mavic Deemax Ultimate UST wheelset
Schwalbe Muddy Mary UST 26′ x 2.35′ tyres
Free chain stay protector and spare drop out included.