IDS is Silverback's unique trail suspension technology. The lower linkage is concentric to the bottom bracket. This linkage uses large cartridge bearings to create a stiff and strong attachment point to the rear triangle.
This system also uses a relatively high anti-squat value, that is optimized to complement dual and single chainring setups ensuring that power transfer remains efficient and direct. The upper linkage design creates a progressive leverage ratio that results in great small bump sensitivity as well as large impact absorption.
The Synergy frame consists of a Carbon front triangle married to an alloy rear triangle via short concentric suspension linkages. This means that the Synergy is light for a Fat full suspension, as well as being durable enough to ride every day - on any terrain. It also means that Synergy has very little flex in the frame - for a positive pedaling feel.
A durable Shimano SLX/XT 11spd wide range drivetrain offers plenty of gears to take you both up, down and all around on your Synergy, as well as making for reliable, crisp shifting in even the worst conditions.
Synergy comes as standard with a normal seatpost, but if you should want to install a dropper, compatibility means that you can easily add an internally routed dropper post. The cable enters the frame from behind the seat tube.
A Rockshox Bluto air Suspension fork with 100mm of travel, is the perfect pairing with the IDS rear suspension on the Synergy. The Bluto also features a thru axle, for maximum stiffness - meaning more accurate steering, and the suspension works better with less torsional flex on the chassis.
Synergy Fat's geometry is designed for trail use. The rider is placed in a balanced position, that is also pedaling efficient. The head angle on the Synergy is slightly steeper than on modern trailbikes, this is to assist steering the Fat wheel, to improve handling, and to make the bike feel nimbler and more responsive.
SUNRingle Mulefut 80SL wheels are surprisingly light for big wheels, and tubeless ready making setups a breeze. These are the benchmark for fatbike wheelsets, and manufactured to deal with the varied conditions that these bikes are ridden in.
|Crankset||Raceface Aeffect, 30t, Black|
|Cassette||Shimano SLX M7000 11 Speed 11-46t, 418% Wide Range|
|Rear Der||Shimano XT M8000 Long Cage, Black|
|Shifters||Shimano SLX M7000 11 Speed, Black|
|Fork||Rockshox Bluto RL, 26" 120mm, Solo Air, Diffusion Black, 150x15mm Thru Axle|
|Rear shock||Rockshox Monarch RT Custom Tuned|
|Hubs||Front Hub: Alloy Sealed Bearing, 150x15 Thru Axle, Rear Hub: Alloy Sealed Bearing, 197x12, 6 Bolt|
|Rims||SUNringle Mulefut 80SL, Tubeless Ready|
|Tyres||Maxxis Mammoth 26x4.0", EXO, 120Tpi|
|Seatpost||Sector Aluminium, Black L: 350 for size S, L: 400 for size M, L: 400 for size L,|
|Saddle||Sector Ergo, Black Steel Rails|
|Handlebar||Sector Alloy Handlebar, Dia:31.8mm, Backsweep:9°, Rise 5mm; W: 760 for size S, W: 780 for size M, W: 780 for size L,|
|Stem||Sector Alloy Stem, 31.8mm, Rise 6°, with stainless steel bolts; L: 60 for size S, L: 70 for size M, L: 70 for size L,|
|Frame||SB Trail Carbon Suspension, Tapered1-1/8"-1.5" Headtube, Alloy 26" Fat 1in3 Concept rear triangle with IDS Revo Alloy linkages using 197 x 12mm Thru Axle Integrated Dropouts, Replaceable Alloy Hanger, X-Guide Cable management System|
|Brake set||Shimano MT500 Hydraulic Disc Brakes, Resin Pads, Rotors: Shimano SM-RT56 180mm/160mm, 6 Bolt|
|Weight||15.57kg (Medium Frame, with tubes, without pedals)|
|Weight Limit||120kg - combined weight of bike and rider (including all kit).|
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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.