Aaron Benderwrote a review of Devinci Troy Carbon 29 GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike on June 24, 2019
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I had the opportunity to demo a DeVinci Troy Carbon 29in bike and walked away quite impressed. Given the frame's geometry I expected it to be a pretty balanced all-rounder, but I was particularly surprised by how well, and how efficiently, the bike climbed. Due to the Split Pivot design, which effectively isolates the rear suspension from pedaling and braking influences, the bike never got hung up on square-edged hits on a rocky and rooty climb. The full carbon frame also keeps the weight appreciably low, further lending to the bike's prowess. Heading back down the hill the bike inspired confidence, despite the fact that I was riding that particular trail for the first time. RockShox suspension, both front and rear, complemented the frame's design nicely and seemed to be a great choice by DeVinci.