NS Bikes Fuzz 650 (w/ FOX DHX2) Frame has been proven as a reliable and fast on the race circuit, as it has proven itself on the largest Freeride events on the planet. It has been a contender in the UCI Downhill World Cup, ISX DH Cup and was ridden by Polish National Champ Slawek Lukasik. It was ridden by Sam Pilgrim at the Red Bull Rampage, Suzuki Nine Knights, the Freestyle Mountain Bike World Tour (FMB) and is also the first-choice bike for the NS Bikes Factory Race Team. The NS Fuzz is a true all-rounder, capable of handling intense DH race course terrain and the extremes of Freestyle.
Downhill Frame with 4-Bar Horst Link Suspension
Featuring unique, modern geometry that includes a 4-Bar Horst Link suspension setup. The Horst Link enabled NS Bikes to tuck the rear shock low on the frame, down close to the bottom bracket, which provides the Fuzz with a very low centre of gravity since the shock is the heaviest part of the frame. This provides very responsive and reactive handling. The angles on the frame meet the demands of the modern trail rider; it is low, very slack and features a short rear triangle, combined with a long front triangle. Even when riding the steepest terrain, this bike will feel solid and responsive while filling the rider with exceptional confidence.
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