What could be one of the coolest things that could happen this year? I bet there could be hundreds on your list but for sure I’d include Battalgin Full Dynamix Mountain Bikes conquering the U.S. Yes! The Full Dynamix Brand with all of its six frames, coming with a variety of component specs from Shimano and SRAM, will be brought to American soil. So expect one of the most high-end bikes out and made from the latest technology and the power of intelligence at its finest from Italy being brought to the U.S. Now let’s have a look at them.
First stop is the SWAT. Owning this bike simply doesn’t make you just any rider. Rigidity and power through a saddle with its 960g high performance frame, an all carbon that uses a seat mast, the SWAT is best for its lightweight. It comes with 100mm Rock Shox SID World Cup XX shocks, Mavic Crossmax wheels, a full SRAM XX groupset, and a full FSA carbon cockpit, making the spec at its best form; MSRP of less than $7,000. A step down for the Fulcrum Red Metal 1 wheels and Rock Shox SID RLT shocks offers less at $6,220 MSRP, another option for this model available in S, M, L and XL sizes.
Now let’s move along with the FS.2, which shares the SWAT frame but has a seat post rather than a mast. A carbon 26” model – this bike is secured with a 100mm Rock Shox SID RLT fork, with SRAM X.O components, Avid Elixir Brakes, a FSA SL-K carbon cockpit and Fulcrum Red Metal 1 wheels. Comes in two different colors you can choose from, red and green, FS.2 symbolizes the true trademark of the Full Dynamix line; in S, M. L and XL sizes. SRAM build – MSRP: $5,109; Shimano XT – MSRP: $5,182.
Now how about a 7005 aluminum 29er built in two packages that comes with the Mavic C29Max or Fulcrum Red Metal 29SL wheels, both in Shimano XT and SRAM X7/X9 components, to choose from. Rock Shox Reba RL fork is used in both packages. MSRP: $3,338 for SRAM build. MSRP: $4,440 for Shimano build.
The alloy-framed Full Rider is the only full suspension offered by Full-Dynamix. Not much on innovation and more on what’s traditional if I may say, which uses single pivot design that makes the rear end softer with a Rock Shox Monarch shock. This will only be made available as a full build with Shimano XT components, FSA SL-K cockpit, and Mavic Crosstrail wheels here in the U.S.
The Magic weighing 1250g for the carbon frame, though not as light as 960g Evo, is still on for the win. The Magic Pro Build that claims to be less than 22.4 lbs is offered at over $4,000. If you want a lesser MSRP at around $3,500, then you can go for the SRAM X.O nine-speed twist shifters and FSA cranks. Rock Shox Reba RL forks, Mavic Crosstrail wheels, and FSA SL-K Carbon cockpits are used in both builds.
Bataggalin’s expansion to the U.S. soils is currently on the process headed by Hans Kopp who is negotiating with different shops across America for immediate showcases available for schedule. So hold your horses and get regular updates with regards to this exciting matter. Visit Battaglin USA for more information.