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Not just another one-way wonder.

If you live on Earth, chances are you don't spend every minute of your saddle time going downhill. The 2010 Commencal Supreme 6 VIP alloy frame was designed to be ridden on Earth almost exclusively. Commencal built the Supreme 6 tough but light for the occasional uphill pedal and gave it a whopping 6.3 inches of travel which, coincidentally, perfectly matches a standard Fox 36 fork.

  • Main pivot located inside the interrupted seat tube for chain guide clearance, lateral rigidity, and pedaling efficiency
  • Contact System linkage offers highly progressive spring curve, great small-bump sensitivity, and the ability to take monster hits
  • Swingarm includes replaceable left/right 10mm and 12mm dropouts
  • One degree +/- and zero degree adjustable head angle sleeves

Tech Specs

Front Triangle:
Suspension Linkage:
Pivot Type:
cartridge bearing
Recommended Fork Travel:
160 - 180 mm
Rear Travel:
6.3 in
Rear Shock:
Fox DHX 3RC2 Coil
Head Tube Diameter:
1.125 in
Seatpost Diameter:
(Thomson Elite seatpost included) 31.8 mm
Front Derailleur Mount:
34.9 mm clamp-on
Bottom Bracket Width:
68 mm
Replaceable Rear Derailleur Hanger:
Frame-Only Weight:
(without shock) [S/M] 8 lb 13 oz
Measured Effective Top-Tube Length:
(S/M) 22.2 in
Recommended Use:
ripping the DH

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I am new to bikes, but this frame looks...

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I am new to bikes, but this frame looks really nice. I wonder if it's too much for some one that's just starting.

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I think this one will be just fine. You just want to match it with a good bike fork and you will be good to go on your trail rides !

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