Knolly shows its new mountain bike, the Chilcotin at Interbike 2010. Built for downhill riding or simply trail climbing rides, the Chilcotin has a 6” travel frame that weighs 7.5lbs. With 3/8 thick dropouts, it has a tire clearance built to accommodate 2.7” tires. The Chilcotin has 135mm rear wheel spacing and ISCG05 tabs for easy mounting.
The 2011 Knolly Chilcotin uses Knolly’s patented Four by 4 linkage system for customized suspension. With it, you can adjust your suspension system dependent on what kind of riding you plan on doing for the day. It features a built in cable outing and bottom bracket option of 341mm or 350mm. The head angle can also be adjusted for 66 degrees or 66.75 degrees.
The Chilcotin for 2011 by Knolly has a bolt-on front derailleur cable stop for use of a guide or HammerSchmidt, 1.5” headtube and bright color graphics that can capture anybody’s attention.