The Canadian company Devinci descended on Eurobike with the objective of unveiling the Hendrix, their brand new plus-sized fully, as well as a revised model of the Troy in its new carbon incarnation.

Devinci Hendrix

The Hendrix is Devinci’s very first plus-size bike, featuring 120 mm front and rear travel like ant classic trail bike. For suspension, the Hendrix makes use of the familiar Split Pivot system, which has appeared on many of Devinci’s other full-sus models. The rear boasts the Boost 148 rear axle standard, which creates enough space for tyres up to 3.0”.

Das Hendrix ist das erste Plusbike aus dem Hause Devinci.
The Hendrix is the first plus-sized bike to emerge from Devinci.
Das Komplettbike kommt mit einem 1x11-Antrieb.
The bike features a 1×11 drivetrain.
Der Hinterbau bietet dank Boost 148-Standard auch bei 3,0" Reifenbreite noch massig Platz
Thanks to the Boost 148 standard, the rear has sufficient space for tyres up to 3.0”.

The geometry can be switched between ‘High’ and ‘Low’ settings using the flipchip, altering the head and seat angle by 0.4° respectively. Furthermore, the Hendrix has a really generous reach and modern geometry given the compact rear to house the bigger tyres. The Hendrix will be available in four different sizes.

Auch das Hendrix verfügt über einen Hinterbau im Split Pivot-Design.
The Hendrix also features the Split Pivot design at the rear.
Über einen Flip-Chip in der Dämpferaufnahme kann die Geometrie verändert werden.
The geometry can be altered via the flipchip on the rear shock mount.
Auch bei der RockShox Reba sorgt der Boost-Standard für genug Bauraum.
The RockShox Reba with the Boost standard ensure sufficient space for plus-size tyres.

Geometry (low)

Size S M L XL
Chainstay 435 mm 435 mm 435 mm 435 mm
Head Angle 67,3° 67,3° 67,3° 67,3°
Seat Angle 70,8° 70,8° 70,8° 70,8°
Seattube Length 410 mm 435 mm 470 mm 500 mm
Reach 424 mm 444 mm 464 mm 484 mm
Stack 597 mm 606 mm 616 mm 629 mm
Wheelbase 1150 mm 1174 mm 1197 mm 1223 mm

Geometry (high)

Size S M L XL
Chainstay 433 mm 433 mm 433 mm 433 mm
Head Angle 67,7° 67,7° 67,7° 67,7°
Seat Angle 71,2° 71,2° 71,2° 71,2°
Seattube Length 410 mm 435 mm 470 mm 500 mm
Reach 428 mm 448 mm 468 mm 488 mm
Stack 601 mm 607 mm 620 mm 633 mm
Wheelbase 1148 mm 1172 mm 1195 mm 1221 mm

The Hendrix comes as a frame set with a RockShox Monarch R DebonAir for 1,799 € , and as a complete bike for 3,399 €. The full build spec includes the RockShox Reba forks with 120 mm travel, a RockShox Monarch R DebonAir and a SRAM GX 1×11 drivetrain.


Fork: RockShox Reba 27,5+, 120 mm
Shock: RockShox Monarch R DebonAir
Drivetrain: SRAM GX 1×11 speed
Crankset: Race Face Affect SL
Brakes: SRAM Guide R

Devinci Troy

After the revised Devinci Troy was presented in the middle of the last month in a press release, it wasn’t until EUROBIKE when we were able the lay our eyes on this beauty. This carbon trail bike stood proudly at the Devinci stand, offering 140 mm rear travel with the Split Pivot design, and long, slack geometry, uniting the best elements from current enduro and trail bikes.

Das neue Devinci Troy wird wahlweise mit Alu- oder Carbonrahmen erhältlich sein.
The new Devinci Troy comes in aluminium or carbon.
Der Tretlagerbereich ist massiv ausgeführt, was für gute Steifigkeitswerte sorgen dürfte.
The huge bottom bracket zone should mean masses of rigidity.
Innenverlegte Züge – check!
Internally routed cables – check!

Geometry (low)

Size S M L XL
Chainstay 426 mm 426 mm 426 mm 426 mm
Head Angle 67° 67° 67° 67°
Seat Angle 74,5° 74,5° 74,5° 74,5°
Seattube Length 410 mm 435 mm 470 mm 500 mm
Reach 420 mm 440 mm 460 mm 480 mm
Stack 599 mm 609 mm 618 mm 632 mm
Wheelbase 1138 mm 1162 mm 1186 mm 1211 mm

Geometry (high):

Size S M L XL
Chainstay 424 mm 424 mm 424 mm 424 mm
Head Angle 67,4° 67,4° 67,4° 67,4°
Seat Angle 74,9° 74,9° 74,9° 74,9°
Seattube Length 410 mm 435 mm 470 mm 500 mm
Reach 424 mm 444 mm 464 mm 484 mm
Stack 597 mm 607 mm 615 mm 628 mm
Wheelbase 1137 mm 1160 mm 1184 mm 1210 mm

The Troy’s frame will come in either aluminium or carbon, with the carbon bike weighing around 850 g less. The aluminium frame offers opportunity to mount a front derailleur, while the carbon cannot. Expect to see four complete build specs available for both the aluminium and carbon frames, although the final prices are still to be announced.

Auch bei der Carbonvariante ist der Umlenkhebel aus Alu gefräst.
The carbon version also features an aluminum rocker arm.
Die Querverstrebung soll Steifigkeit am Hinterbau garantieren.
The cross strut should boost rigidity at the rear.
Beim Split Pivot befindet sich der Drehpunkt im Hinterbau konzentrisch um die Hinterradachse herum.
The Split Pivot design has a concentric dropout pivot on the rear wheel axle.

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Words: Martin Stöckl Cube: Klaus Kneist

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