No, Splash uses a unique frame, specifically designed for the Splash SLD range.
Yes - order through Speedlab for custom setup options.
Get in contact with Speedlab, maybe we can do a custom build for you on the SE frame.
Yes you can
The Splash features a class leading frame. Trickle-down technology means that the new frame benefits from our leading platforms. The frame tubes are hydro-formed into complex shapes to increase strength and stiffness, minimizing weight and excess material use - resulting in a lighter bike for female riders.
Silverback Ladies Design means that the bicycle is set up to better suit women's anatomy and body proportions. This on the Splash means narrow handlebars, thinner grips, adjusted gear ratios, shorter stem and a women's specific saddle.
The Splash SE is fitted with a purpose chosen 100mm VAXA suspension fork with black steel stanchions. A suspension fork improves comfort and traction on a hardtail mountain bike. The VAXA is a dependable, simplistic component.
Silverback's Position of Power geometry. Geometry designed to engage bigger muscle groups in pedaling, producing more power output for the same amount of input. Longer frame places the rider forward, in a more balanced position, improving grip on the rear on climbs and on the front on descents. A longer wheelbase and slacker head angle means more control at speed. Geometry on the Splash is adapted to offer more comfort.
The Splash SE is fitted with a 3x7 drivetrain with easy to use EZ Fire shifters. 3x drivetrains offer a wide range of gears for both climbing and descending.
Surface Wheels fitted to the Splash are manufactured from double wall alloy extrusions. This means that the wheels are light and strong, and offers a good rim brake surface.
The new Splash frame is designed with super low standover. This means more maneuverability, easier mounting and dismounting and also confidence both on the trails, or even just standing at a traffic light. And helps to make the bike perfectly suited to female riders.
Splash SE features alloy V-brakes. V-brakes are easy to set up, service and offer great stopping power and decent modulation
Silverback Ladies Design means that the bike is set up to better suit women's anatomy and body proportions. This on the Splash Elite means narrower handlebars, thinner grips, adjusted gear ratios, shorter stem and a women's specific saddle.
|Crankset||Surface Alloy, 42/34/24T, Square Taper|
|Cassette||Shimano TZ500 14/28T Freewheel|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Tourney TY300 7 Speed|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Tourney TY300 3 Speed|
|Shifters||Shimano EF41 EZ Fire shifter and rake lever combo, 3x7 Speed|
|Pedals||PP one piece body with ball bearings and reflectors|
|Fork||VAXA HL 565, 100mm travel, Preload adjust|
|Hubs||Alloy QR, F: 100mm OLD; R:135mm OLD Threaded|
|Rims||Surface Alloy Double Wall 32H|
|Tyres||Wanda P1226 2.1" low rolling resistance pattern.|
|Spokes||Black Steel 14G|
|Seatpost||Surface Alloy 30.9mm, Integrated Clamp|
|Saddle||Surface Ladies Comfort Recreational, Black Steel rail|
|Handlebar||Surface 45mm Riser bar with 9 degrees of sweep, Oversize diameter|
|Stem||Surface Alloy , Oversize , 60mm x 10 degrees rise|
|Headset||Semi-integrated 1 1/8|
|Seatclamp||Alloy 34.9mm, QR|
|Frame||Hydroformed 6061 T6 alloy with tapered headtube, V-Brake|
|Brake set||Alloy V-Brake|
Disclaimer: Due to Covid-related scheduling and component availability challenges, bike specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications may not be exactly what is shown in the photo.