Demo deposit - $1,000

$1,000.00
Demo deposit - $1,000

Demo deposit - $1,000

$1,000.00
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Product Details

The Structure Cycleworks SCW 1 is a 27.5" wheeled, full carbon, full suspension, enduro bike built on the most advanced mountain bike chassis in the world. The SCW 1 has 150mm of travel at both front and rear. However, due to reduced brake dive - which leaves more suspension travel available for bump handling - the SCW 1’s Without Telescoping Fork (WTF) linkage suspension system rides as though it has travel in excess of 180mm.


The WTF front suspension platform solves performance issues inherent to all telescopic suspension forks.


Stability - Head angle slackens throughout travel, with 40% less brake dive, increased trail, and nearly constant front-center early in suspension travel.


Sensitivity - The WTF linkage rotates on 30 mm cartridge bearings and isolates the shock from bending loads, allowing the system to move with minimal friction over bumps large and small with unprecedented control at the contact patch.


Integrated Chassis - The SCW 1 features matching leverage ratios and progressivity at the front and rear. Weight and strength are optimized by keeping hollow, carbon, double-crown fork and monocoque carbon control arms low and mounted to the strong core of the chassis.


Size Specific Kinematics - Structure is one of the very few companies that adjusts the location of the shocks and pivots to keep all kinematic properties consistent between chassis sizes.


Practicality - There are no special tools needed to adjust and service the SCW 1. Using standard 30mm bearings, anyone who can service a rear shock can service the SCW 1.

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  • Frame material: Carbon fiber, including fork and rear triangle
  • Travel - front: 153mm
  • Travel - rear: 154mm 
  • Wheel size: 27.5" (650b)
  • Tire clearance: 2.6" with generous mud clearance
  • Hardware: 17mm colleted aluminum through-axles, machined and engraved 7075 triple clamp
  • Bearings: high-precision cartridge, full complement
  • Shocks - front & rear: Metric 205 mm x 62.5 mm with trunnion mount
    • -- DVO Topaz T3AIR, custom tuned
  • Headsets (x2): Tapered steerers, IS41 upper, IS52 lower
    • -- Cane Creek 40
  • Axles: Boost 15 x 110 mm front, 12 x 148 mm rear
    • -- GW Twist Lever front; stealth rear
  • Chainline: Boost 52 mm (also non-Boost compatible)
  • Chainring clearance: 34 T Boost, 32 T non-Boost
  • Front derailleur: Single-ring only, chainguide & bash guard compatible
  • Chainguide mounts: ISCG-05
  • Bottom bracket: BSA threaded
  • Seat post clamp: 36.0 mm
    • -- Alloy clamp included
  • Seat post diameter: 31.6 mm
  • Seat post stroke: 150mm (G1), 180mm (G2), 210mm (G3)
  • Cable routing: Internal, sleeved
  • Di2 compatibility: Wire guides and internal battery mount available
  • Derailleur hanger: Replaceable
  • Brake mounts: 180 mm post rear. 203 mm post front
  • Water bottle mount: 1
  • Frame protection: High toughness, woven carbon in damage-prone regions

    Geometry

    CHASSIS G1 G2 G3
    TRAVEL - REAR 153 153 153
    TRAVEL - FRONT 151 151 151
    (A) REACH 420 460 505
    REACH EFFECTIVE, NORMALIZED FOR STACK
    When comparing bikes, reach is only meaningful when examined at a constant stack. Effective Reach is the reach value normalized to a stack height that is the average of all current AM/Enduro frames
    431 474 522
    (B) STACK 634 641 649
    (C) SEAT TUBE ANGLE @ HEAD TUBE TOP
    "Effective seat tube angle" is typically measured level with the top of the head tube, not the rider's assumed seat height. Most seat tube angles become considerably slacker at true saddle height.
    77° 77° 77°
    (D) SEAT TUBE ANGLE @ FULL PEDALING HEIGHT 76° 76° 76°
    SEAT TUBE LENGTH 360 410 465
    (E) HEAD TUBE ANGLE 66° 66° 66°
    HEAD TUBE ANGLE @ FULL COMPRESSION, COMPARED TO TELESCOPING
    Compared to a telescoping fork, the WTF linkage design becomes slacker when compressed. Exact value depends on the setting selected.
    -7° -7° -7°
    RAKE 44 44 44
    (F) TRAIL 120 120 120
    TRAIL @ FULL COMPRESSION, COMPARED TO TELESCOPING
    Compared to a telescoping fork, the WTF linkage design increases trail when compressed. Exact value depends on the setting selected.
    +50 +50 +50
    (G) BB DROP 18 18 18
    (H) BB HEIGHT 337 337 337
    (I) CHAINSTAY LENGTH 435 435 435
    (J) FRONT CENTRE 741 784 833
    FRONT CENTRE @ FULL COMPRESSION, COMPARED TO TELESCOPING
    Compared to a telescoping fork, the WTF linkage design maintains front centre length when compressed. Exact value depends on the setting selected.
    +25 +25 +25
    (K) WHEELBASE 1171 1224 1263
    WHEELBASE @ FULL COMPRESSION, COMPARED TO TELESCOPING
    Compared to a telescoping fork, the WTF linkage design maintains wheelbase length when compressed. Exact value depends on the setting selected.
    +25 +25 +25
    SUGGESTED RIDER HEIGHT – PLAYFUL HANDLING
    This is only a guideline. Our short seat tube lengths and Stability on Demand allow flexibility to choose how much chassis length and agility you prefer.
    165cm-180cm
    5'5"-5'11"
    175cm-190cm
    5'9"-6'3"
    185cm-197cm
    6'1"-6'5"
    SUGGESTED RIDER HEIGHT – PURPOSEFUL HANDLING
    This is only a guideline. Our short seat tube lengths and Stability on Demand allow flexibility to choose how much chassis length and agility you prefer.
    155cm-170cm
    5'1"-5'7"
    165cm-180cm
    5'5"-5'11"
    177cm-190cm
    5'10"-6'3"