MDE Bikes ushers in a new mtb downhill trail park oriented frame for 2011, the Pusher. It has a rear travel of 190mm and uses the I-link suspension system from MDE. The I-link suspension system provides progression along the compression curve of the frame. It also uses the MDS or MDE Dropout System which allows for six different choices when it comes to rear dropouts.
The 2011 MDE Pusher has a head tube angle of 65 degrees and 367mm bottom bracket height. The chainstay length is 17.40 inches and without shock, the frame weighs 3600 grams. It also uses a Bsa 83mm bottom bracket.
The seatpost for the MDE Pusher measures 30.9mm and has a 1.5″ headtube. There is no front derailleur although it has ISCQ 03-05 mounts and is Hammershimdt ready. The 2011 MDE Pusher shines in colors of fluo yellow, deep blue and racing red.