A trail bike prototype with Split Pivot technology was released by Morewood for 2011. The Split Pivot Bike was built around the newly patented Split Pivot Suspension system by Dave Weagle. The prototype features a lower bottom bracket and a 67.5 degree head angle. It has post mounted rear disc mounts to make the brake caliper bolt onto the frame directly.
It has a 142mm x 12mm rear end and easy to replace hangers. It gives you a similar make with its front wheel dropouts. The 2011 Morewood Split Pivot Bike has a tapered headtube to make it more compatible with a wider range of parts. It also showcases new damper designs. It promises to be simple to adjust and tune in to your riding preference.
The front derailleur was changed to allow bigger tire clearance and direct mounting was used to make front derailleur set up just a breeze to do. A much more aggressive geometry, the 2011 Morewood Split Pivot Bike is something to look forward to.