World cup commando

1999.00$ USD

With piles of World Cup podiums under its chassis, the Wilson is a weapon to be reckoned with. This Devinci flagship DH ride carried the regretted Steve Smith to the highest title, crowned World Cup Champion in 2013. The Wilson features an advanced carbon or aluminum front triangle synergized with a rear carbon build powered by EPS molded frame tech for lighter, stiffer, stronger performance. Wilson’s asymmetrical construction improves torsional stiffness. Hard-charging carbon seat stay bolster pedal power out of the start gate and across the flats. And the ever-agile Split-Pivot suspension system, with new shock positioning that bucks mud and lowers center of gravity, makes easy work of boulder gardens and wickedly steep terrain. Wilson DH. Fierce by nature. A force by design. *Image may not show accurate specifications. Please refer to specifications below. *
technical specifications
FRAME
Carbon DMC-G 204mm
HEADSET
FSA Orbit 1.5 Zero Stack w/SL bearing
REAR SHOCK
RockShox Vivid R2C 9.5x3.0
SEAT CLAMP
Alloy CNC 37mm Black
WEIGHT*
5.15 kg / 11.35 lbs
*For a size medium complete frameset, weight approximate and subject to change.
frame & geometries
N/D S M L XL
ST (MM) 406 432 445 457
SA (DEG) 74.1 74.1 74.1 74.1
HA (DEG) 63.2 63.2 63.2 63.2
TT1 (MM) 578 598 623 638
TT2 (MM) 554 574 599 614
REACH (MM) 391 411 436 451
CS (MM) 435 435 435 435
WB (MM) 1177 1197 1222 1237
BBH (MM) 356 356 356 356
SOH (MM) 730 730 730 730
STACK (MM) 594 594 594 594
HT (MM) 100 100 100 100
*SIZING (CM) 160-170 169-179 178-188 187-198
*the perfect fit
Please note that only Devinci authorized retailers are able to advise you properly on the correct bike size. Please visit your nearest store so they can analyze your needs. In the case of internet shopping, it is equally important to provide the necessary measurements (e.g. inseam length) so that the retailer can give you the correct information.
technologies
press review

Wilson Carbon : DECLINE

Devinci’s Wilson model has gone through a number of changes over the years, morphing from its original inception as a rather tall, more freeride oriented rig, to the World Cup-winning race weapon that it is today. The latest Wilson is no different, with a number of updates since the original race weapon that the likes of the late Stevie Smith, Nick Beer and Mark Wallace raced on the toughest courses the world over, including the switch from aluminum to carbon for the front triangle.
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