Commencal Furious Essential review

Commencal Furious Essential review

Commencal’s new Furious is a more versatile and cheaper alternative to its thoroughbred race bike, the Supreme DH. The Andorran brand’s direct-sales approach and a simpler suspension design also means it can offer impressive parts for the money. Scott Speedster 40 review Specialized Demo 8 I Alloy review Commencal Furious Essential frame and kit The Furious delivers 200mm of fairly progressive travel via a single-pivot rear end and linkage-driven shock. Its RockShox Super Deluxe R damper is air-sprung, which makes set-up and adjustment much easier. The test bike arrived with slightly loose pivot bolts, which caused the frame to creak slightly. Tightening them fixed this and they’ve not come loose since, but it’s something to watch out for if you do take delivery of a Furious. Commencal’s spec is seriously impressive for the cash. The e*thirteen wheels and cranks are an unconventional choice but performed faultlessly throughout testing. High-quality Maxxis ...

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