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Devinci Spartan Carbon 29 X01 Eagle Mountain Bike

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Spartan Carbon 29 X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike

If your idea of fun is barreling down tight singletrack in an old growth forest, hucking over slabs of slickrock on a high-altitude mesa, or stopping the clock just a bit faster than your riding buddies in an enduro please have a look at the Spartan Carbon 29 X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike. It’s a bike that encourages speed and inspires confidence over gnarly terrain with its 6.5-inches of plush travel from its DW Split Pivot suspension platform and modern geometry honed by DeVinci's team riders. In short, the Spartan proves that big wheels and big travel equals big fun in the park, on shuttle runs, or anytime the trail points down and precipitous lines abound. Signature DeVinci features make its way to this bike including an overbuilt frame that increases stiffness and large tire clearance afforded by Super Boost spacing, as well as progressive geometry that absolutely kills it on the descents without sacrificing pedaling efficiency on the climbs to get you there. All kitted out with an X01 Eagle drivetrain, premium Rockshox suspension, and Race Face carbon hoops, this bike is race-ready out of the crate and will help you find some speed and unlock new lines on the burliest of terrain.

DeVinci bestows the new Spartan with a full carbon frame to help drop some weight as well as improving its stiffness and responsiveness so nothing is wasted when pedaling and pushing the bike hard. It ups the ante by widening the dropout stance to the Super Boost standard of 12 x 157mm. Several other brands have gotten on board and we firmly believe that this is the "new standard" that you'll see coming in the future. After all, who doesn't want improvements to the spoke bracing angle which results in a much stiffer wheel that resists lateral flex while cornering, braking, and charging through technical terrain? In addition to the stiffness benefits, Super Boost allows DeVinci to keep the chainstays super short while still clearing a 29 x 2.5-inch tire and up to a 38 tooth front chainring, pretty impressive numbers that give you a wide range of tread and gearing options. Let's also pause here and praise DeVinci for spec'ing a threaded bottom bracket, always our preference as it eliminates the creaking that often plagues press fit systems and it's easier to service.

DeVinci full-suspension frames are well regarded for its Split Pivot rear suspension platform. Designed by suspension guru Dave Weagle, Split Pivot is the third such platform you'll see in the bikes we carry that's a Weagle original (the other two being DW-Link and DELTA). Its comprised of a main pivot and a concentric rear axle pivot separated by the chainstay (hence the name Split Pivot), as well as the brake link (seatstay) that floats between a rocker link and the concentric rear pivot. The floating brake link sets Split Pivot apart from other suspension designs by its ability to isolate braking forces from acceleration and suspension forces, resulting in unflappable traction across ruts, roots, and rock gardens while braking or pedaling. Often, suspension designs tend to firm up under braking, causing a loss of traction and reduced sensitivity, when you need it most. Split Pivot remains fully active throughout its travel and soaks up braking bumps and square-edged ax head hits with a plushness unmatched by most suspension designs, all while providing a supportive platform for pedaling, climbing, and popping off trail features. Suspension performance is further improved by the RockShox Trunnion-mounted metric shock as its top pivot rotates on bearings rather than bushings, reducing friction and stiction for a more sensitive suspension feel, especially off the top of the stroke.

Suspension performance is great, but you have to have some nice geo numbers to go with it if you want to get the most out of the bike. The Spartan gets very modern geometry that excels up and down the mountain. It packs a longer reach with a slack head tube for stability on fast, steep descents letting you get into plow mode and ensures that every line is the right line. That Super Boost rear spacing we spoke of above affords DeVinci the ability to keep the chainstays to a shorty 16.9-inches to go along with that massive tire clearance, giving you a bike that loves back wheel and blasts berms like no other. The geometry also gets two-way flexibility that's easily adjusted trailside via an eccentric widget on the upper linkage, allowing you to switch from a slacker "low" position to a "high" one that raises the bottom bracket and steepens the head angle to improve pedaling performance and agility on those days where extended climbing is very much part of the ride.

DeVincis are well known for their ruggedness and this frame is constructed of its mountain bike specific DMC-G carbon lay-up. It employs a process using EPS molding, creating a monocoque carbon frame with zero voids, no resin-pooling or any other inconsistencies that can negatively affect the strength or weight of the frame. Riding in the Canadian backcountry requires a hardy frame and DeVinci puts frame strength and rigidity at the forefront during construction and this carries over to confidence and long-term durability, two things we absolutely appreciate even if that comes at the expense of a few extra grams. This also allows DeVinci to back up its frames with a lifetime warranty. Helping to preserve the frames clean lines and prevent contamination of the housing is its internal cable routing throughout, and extra special touches come in the form of molded frame guards for the downtube and chainstay to protect your investment from errant trail debris while silencing chain slap. We're also happy to report that the frame will accept a water bottle in the mainframe, something that'll please forum audiences everywhere.

This DeVinci is dressed to the nines with a blinging build kit that's ready to race and hold up season after season. Its guided by a RockShox Lyric fork with a Charger2 damper for improved small-bump sensitivity and pairs perfectly with the RockShox Super Deluxe RC3 rear shock. SRAM's enduro-winning XO1 Eagle drivetrain shifts crisply across the wide range cassette, ensuring a gear that prevents spinning out on descents as well as for clawing up steep pitches. Stopping duties are handled by SRAM Guide RSC brakes that stop with authority while possessing proper modulation for more control. The carbon fiber Race Face Next R36 carbon wheels are built for enduro-style abuse and have a wide 36mm internal width that's ideal for the included 2.4WT tires and spin on Vault hubs known for their super-fast engagement that makes it quicker to get on the gas in technical situations.

  • DeVinci's flagship enduro bike's ready to slay it all
  • Super Boost spacing increases tire clearance and wheel stiffness
  • Split Pivot suspension stays active while braking for unrivaled traction
  • Stout carbon frame maximizes strength and rigidity
  • Slacker head angle and longer reach improve stability on descents
  • Super short chainstays for nimble cornering and playful handling
  • Threaded bottom bracket reduces creaks and simplifies maintenance
  • Superb build kit includes XO1 Eagle drivetrain, premium RockShox suspension, and Race Face carbon wheels
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Frame Material
DMC-G carbon fiber
DW Split Pivot
Rear Shock
RockShox Super Deluxe RC3 DB with 1 token
Rear Travel
RockShox Lyrik Charger2 RC2 DB
Front Travel
FSA Orbit 1.5in zero stack
SRAM X01 Eagle
Rear Derailleur
SRAM X01 Eagle
SRAM X01 Eagle
Chainring Sizes
Crank Arm Length
Bottom Bracket
Bottom Bracket Type
73mm threaded
Cassette Range
10 - 50t
SRAM X01 Eagle
Brake Type
hydraulic disc
SRAM Centerline (180mm)
Race face Next R
Handlebar Width
DeVinci Performance lock-on
Race Face Turbine R
Stem Length
[small] RockShox Reverb (100mm), [medium] RockShox Reverb (125mm, [lage] RockShox Reverb (150mm), [x-large] 170mm)
Race Face Next-R36 carbon
Front Axle
15 x 110mm Boost
Rear Axle
12 x 157mm Super Boost Plus
[front] Maxxis Minion DHF 3C EXO TR, [rear] Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C EXO TR
Tire Size
[front] 29 x 2.5in, [rear] 29 x 2.4in
not included
chainstay protector and bashplate
Claimed Weight
29lb 3oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime on frame

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Found my dream bike

I've used it several times

Let me start off by saying I have ridden a lot of bikes over the last 3-4 years looking for that one bike that serves all my needs. I have been a 27.5 guy for years and always though I would never ride a 29er until last summer. I was always feeling like I couldnt carry speed like alot of riders and once I tried the 29er I was sold on the first lap. Once I decided to go 29 then it was time to find the right amount of suspension. Coming from a gravity background I obviously leaned toward the longest travel bike I could find. Enter the Spartan 29. Lets start off with the build. I chose the XO1 build as it has always been my go to groupset for performance and durability. The Rockshox Lyric has been my favorite fork for years and on my Spartan I decided to go with a 180mm cartridge which has worked great. The rear shock has been great as well as initial adjustment was easy and I havent done too much since. The XO1 drivetrain has been my choice for many reasons but mostly because it works great with no issues. I've never dropped a chain and the shifting is always on point. The guide brakes always do a great job of stopping me when I go faster than I should which is most of the time. Now lets talk about the ride. Obviously with 165-170 mm of travel this bike will handle anything you throw at it. I have taken it down our old world cup run and it performed better than some DH bikes. The shocks handled the rough rocky terrain great and I never felt uncomfortable . The big carbon hoops along with the Maxxis tires kept everything in check even in the wet sections. On single track runs this bike carries speed well and braking into turn was very easy. Ive had issues with my past bikes diving into turns but this bike feels very balanced. As for climbing I was a little worried about how it would handle the technical climbs but my worries went away on the very first lap. I am not a great climber but when I came upon a technical climb I was able to get up it with ease. The big wheels go up and over all the small rocks and the suspension keeps the rear end glued to the ground so I never lost any traction. I am 6'2 and was on the bridge between a large and an XL. I went with a large because I prefer a more playful bike and this bike even in a large is a big bike. Still very easy to flick around but feels very stable at speed. I also rode an XL but it felt too big to me. Devinci makes some of the highest quality frames in the business and this is no exception. If you are after the ultimate long travel 29r then this is the bike for you. I have found my dream bike and it could be yours also.

>Rating: 5

Hell of a Bike

I've used it several times

Devinci and team did an incredible job on this bike. I have had the chance to demo it a few times now and I have never ridden such a big bike that performs as well on the up as it does on the down. When i first got on the bike after looking at the specs the rep told me that everyone keeps telling me how well it climbs. And at 170 front and 165 rear travel my initial thought was "yea right". After just the first ride color me convinced. I was not only impressed by how it climbed for a long travel bike but I felt as though it stacked up well against many other trail bikes I have ridden. The acceleration that you can achieve going uphill was incredible. Not to mention how nimble a bike it felt for a long travel 29er. Simply put this bike is a riot and if you haven't ridden one you should change that. I'm 6'2" 175lbs and I have ridden both the XL and L. While I felt the XL overall fit me better I definitely could see riding a L to get a bit more snappy and playful feel.


What is the fork offset on the Spartan 29? Thx