In addition to the updated Strike 650B Downhillbike, Solid showed the new black version of the Magix Enduro bike. The manufacturer based in the Black Forest will switch to a direct-sale model and celebrates this step with a pretty crazy discount action and a raffle – those of you, who are looking for a new downhill bike, should check it out for sure.

Neben dem neuen Strike gab es am Solid Stand auch das Magix zu sehen.
The Solid booth at Eurobike 2014

Solid Magix 2015 enduro

If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know the Solid Magix already from our first look on the 175-millimeter bike with 27.5″ wheels or from our review of the bike. Now, at Eurobike, Solid showed of the black version of the bike for the first time and presented the updated specs – the price stays low at 2.999 Euro.

Solid stellte das Magix erstmals auch in Matt-Schwarze vor. Bis jetzt war es nur im Raw-Look erhältlich.
Solid showed the black version of the Magix for the first time – until now, it was only available in a raw look.
An der Unterseite des Tretlagers findet sich beim Vorgänger ein Ersatzschaltauge. Hier wird mitgedacht!
A spare derailleur hanger at the bottom of the bottom bracket.
Eine Änderung zum Vorjahresmodell: Das neue Solid Magie kommt jetzt mit einem RockShox Monarch Plus.
For 2015, the Solid Magix is equipped with the great RockShox Monarch Plus
Am neuen Magix  sorgen die kräftigen Avid Guide RS Bremsen für die Verzögerung.
SRAM Guide brakes provide more than enough breaking power
Auch das neue Modell kommt mit der 11-fach X01-Schaltgruppe von Sram.
The Solid Magix 2015 comes with the 11-speed X01-drivetrain from SRAM.

Solid switches to direct-sale, starting with a raffle

Solid Bikes change their business model to direct-sale, the bikes will be available for order online. To celebrate this step, they’re launching a pretty crazy discount special with an raffle on top:


More information and the possibility to order the bikes can be found on

Words: Aaron Steinke Photos: Klaus Kneist

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