Troy
17.04.05
EQUIPPED TO ELEVATE
Troy : Learn more about our All mountain prodigy

Troy : Learn more about our All mountain prodigy

No two mountains are the same. That’s why we storm the globe—from Rockies to Andes and beyond—stoked to caress and conquer every nuance. Devinci’s All Mountain Troy is the badass tasked to rip that apex terrain. Powered by our Testing is Everything modus, a fifth generation Split-Pivot platform increases bottom-out force based on expert intel from DGR rippers like Stevie Smith. Clean technical lines from top to bottom thanks to advanced team-inspired geometry. Power up steep climbs with intuitive handling aided by an axed-down 424 mm chainstay. And harness the stability-enhancing benefits of Boost 148 rear-axle spacing for charging coastal backcountry terrain at ultra-high speeds. The All Mountain Troy scores high marks wherever mountains loom. Point it toward the ranges and roam free.


« With quite a supple first inch or so of travel and an extended wheelbase that can only help make the rider feel more confident, the Troy is one of the better cornering machines that I've been on, something that's no doubt aided by its reasonable weight. It seems to strike a nice balance between the mega-planted ride of a longer travel and heavier enduro race bike, and the fun and flicky attitude of a trail bike. All of the above makes it a much more pleasant rig to be on than something slacker and even more forgiving when the corners are tight or require abrupt changes in course. It also feels infinitely more playful than a true enduro race bike, but its capabilities still make the Troy the Auto-Tune of mid-travel bikes. Just let it run out and the Troy will look after all sorts of things that would call for some handling skill on other bikes of similar travel. The back of the Troy is equally impressive. Awesomely sensitive but with a seemingly perfect amount of ramp-up, I can't find a fault with how it performed for me, at least when it comes to descending.»

- Magazine Pinkbike
« Those ultra compact chainstays allow the Devinci to be ridden like a sly fox, carving up turns and hurling along technical trails. On steep gradients the bike is stable, despite its fairly steep head angle, and gives you a real confidence boost. Thanks to the long frame, the Devinci Troy Carbon stays planted, follows your lines superbly and manages to maintain its agility.»

- Magazine Enduro MTB


« The responsively short Split Pivot rear end tracks impeccably too, flowing over rollers and stutter bumps and extending into dips like a custom tuned race bike straight from the off. It’s so well damped that it actually took a while to push it through to full travel but we never felt short-changed in terms of grip or speed sustain. The slack and low geometry, massive bar and glued rear end will fling you into berms at frightening speeds and slingshot you out even faster and lower.
Even when the Schwalbes were scrabbling sideways on their last gasp of grip there was never any worry over whether we were going to nail the exit either. »


- Magazine BikeRadar
« The Troy is an interesting bike, one that could easily do double-duty as an enduro race machine for most riders, despite Devinci selling the bigger Spartan for those services. As I said above, it could be the longest travel 140mm-travel bike out there, which makes the choice for the rider who doesn't mind a long pedal as long as they end up on some worthy terrain. »

- Magazine Pinkbike


« If you’re gagging for a ‘do it all’ bike for a regular, unfailing endorphin fix, then the Devinci Troy Carbon RR should be the drug of choice.It’s a lightweight trail bike with a well thought-out spec that will guide you over any trail with reckless abandon and offer your phenomenal support throughout the whole ride. »

- Magazine Enduro MTB


« it’s a natural for getting creative with wide entry/tight exit or straight line apex smash overtakes when you’re duelling down descents. That puts the Devinci straight into the ‘fine on climbs, fantastic on the fun bits’ segment of trail riding and makes it one of our top choices of the year so far. »

- Magazine BikeRadar


« The super short chainstays render its steering agile and razor-sharp, while the long frame counteracts with stability and smoothness at speed. On technical, burly sections, the steep head angle is a panacea for woes, ensuring that moisture on your brow is purely beads of sweat on your face and not fear. »

- Magazine d'Enduro MTB


« The crash-proofing cross-weave top layer gives it a retro look but the Troy’s flowing carbon frame is fully feature loaded. There are ISCG-05 mounts on the press-fit bottom bracket shell, the shock is offset under a crooked rocker linkage for front derailleur room clearance and damage-resistant alloy chainstays join the carbon seatstays using Dave Weagle’s Split Pivot design, which sits the pivots on the same axis as the 142x12mm rear axle. Despite a very short (430mm) back end it’s has a stiffening brace between the wheel and the seat tube, but mud clearance is still fine. Reversible ‘flip chips’ between the seatstay and linkage allow you to adjust geometry by 0.5 degrees and ride height by 7mm. »

- Magazine BikeRadar

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