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September 12, 2019 0 Comments

Airborne Toxin Full Suspension Trail 29er MTB

We created the all-new Toxin 29er as an affordable, all-purpose, all-mountain trail bike. Built with tried and true aluminum frame construction for a stiff, lively feel, this 150/140mm full suspension machine was created to be ridden hard and put away dirty.

SRAM Eagle drivetrain paired with a Descendant 6K DUB crankset.

Rockshox Monarch RT3 shock providing 140mm travel.

A 150mm-travel X-Fusion dropper post comes stock on the Toxin, giving you range of motion with the pull of the trigger.

Basic physics tells us that 29” tires cover the most ground efficiently, with Kenda 2.6” front and 2.4” rear meats for maximum traction and monster truck capabilities.

RaceFace Aeffect cockpit.

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