Commencal Bike META HT AM ORIGIN

Commencal Bike META HT AM ORIGIN

The Commencal bike META HT AM ORIGIN is the most basic model of the 3 series of new hardtail bicycles from Commencal.

This bike, the Commencal META HT AM ORIGIN, has been manufactured with high quality aluminium frame (6061 aluminum alloy frame). It is the most basic model of the series and the most economical.

This version of the new hardtail has been mounted with the following components:

Bike features Commencal META HT AM ORIGIN

  • Fork/Pendant front RockShox Sektor 140 mm,
  • RIDE ALPHA Wheels in 650b format,
  • Transmission Groupset: SRAM X5 Dual-chainring,
  • 200/180 mm SRAM DB1 hydraulic disc brakes.
  • High Turbo trainer II tires.
  • Weight (as per manufacturer) 13.35 kg

What do we know about the Commencal brand?

His real launch comes in the year 2000 when he launches his first bike to the market called "Supernormal."

Since its launch, the bike appeared so "normal" and so "super", which immediately conquered the hearts of users, specialized shops and the press. It was even chosen "MTB of the Year" by the magazine Vélo Vert. And with his good star, from his first outing in the competition (the Roc D'Azur, 10,000 participants), and under the command of Christophe DUPOUEY, gave the luxury of winning the category Queen Elite.

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