Sure, you can decide to buck the status quo, or you could just huck it. We chose the latter with the all-new Status 140. The result? Not just a new bike, but an entirely new platform that's changed our whole understanding of what a do-it-all bike can actually do.
But what's with the different-sized wheels? So glad you asked.Take the smaller wheelbase and shorter chainstays made possible by having a 27.5-inch rear wheel and pair them with the increased traction and rolling speed made possible by a 29-inch wheel up front, and you've got a bike that's ready to throw down.
Or, think of it as the ability to flick right but plow left into a tech-y switchback, straight-line it through that longer- than-you-thought stretch of chunder without breaking a sweat, and throw down some serious flair on your local flow trail, all in one nice, tight package. The Status 140 also adopts our Style- Specific Sizing that not only lets you find the right fit, but also get your desired reach and wheelbase to really let your preferred handling characteristics come alive.
|Stack (low BB)||604||609||618||627||636|
|Reach (low BB)||415||440||465||490||515|
|Head-Tube Angle (low BB)||63.7||63.7||63.7||63.7||63.7|
|B-B Height (low BB)||333||333||333||333||333|
|B-B Drop (low BB)||22.5||22.5||22.5||22.5||22.5|
|Trail (low BB)||137||137||137||137||137|
|Fork Length (full)||547||547||547||547||547|
|Front-Center (low BB)||743||770||799||829||858|