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DevinciTroy Carbon 29 X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
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Troy Carbon 29 X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike

Whether you're exploring rugged singletrack deep in the mountains, or ripping some fast laps at your local trail network, DeVinci's Troy Carbon 29 X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike is the perfect tool for any trail with 5.5-inches of bump-gobbling Split Pivot suspension paired with progressive geometry inspired by DeVinci's pro riders. This is the third generation of the Canadian-born all-mountain bike, featuring a redesigned carbon frame that improves stiffness and responsiveness, as well as longer and slacker geometry that gives the bike some extra stability when things get rowdy. These are all good things, but perhaps the most exciting change is that it's now available with 29-inch wheels for the speed demons among us. We're big fans of the big wheels as they tend to preserve their momentum really well, helping you cover ground more efficiently while gliding over rock gardens and chunky terrain with a smoothness unmatched by the smaller wheel sizes. Combine these advantages with DeVinci's Split Pivot suspension platform that stays fully active while braking, and the Troy Carbon 29 is ready to attack the trail with newfound urgency while retaining the playful trail manners the Troy is known for.

This new Troy is made entirely of carbon fiber including the rocker link. The result is a stiffer and more responsive frame that saves about 1.5lb over its aluminum counterpart. DeVinci ups the stiffness even more by moving to Super Boost 12 x 157mm rear spacing. While the transition to a new hub standard might cause a bit of uproar, the truth is that 157mm rear spacing has been around on downhill bikes for quite some time. Super Boost simply widens the hub flanges to improve the spoke bracing angle, resulting in a stiffer rear wheel that's better able to resist torsional forces caused by cornering, braking, or charging through technical terrain. This is especially noticeable on 29er wheels as they have a greater tendency to flex. In addition to these stiffness benefits, Super Boost allows DeVinci to keep the chainstays super short while still clearing a 29 x 2.4in tire and up to a 38t front chainring—giving you a wide range of tread and gearing options. DeVinci also made the switch to a threaded bottom bracket, simplifying maintenance while eliminating the creaks often associated with press fit BB's.

The rear suspension on this bike is known as Split Pivot, originally engineered by suspension guru Dave Weagle. The design consists 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 the concentric rear axle pivot and the rocker link that controls the shock. The floating brake link isolates braking forces from acceleration and suspension forces, resulting in uncompromising traction when you're charging across rough terrain—even while braking or pedaling. Many suspension designs have a tendency to firm up a bit under braking, reducing suspension sensitivity through choppy terrain and thus losing some traction. DeVinci's Split Pivot remains fully active, soaking up braking bumps and squared-edged hits effortlessly while retaining a supportive mid-stroke for pedaling, climbing, and popping off lips and rollers. When you near the end of the travel, a smooth bottom out progression prevents harsh landings. Suspension performance is further improved by the move to a Trunnion-mounted metric shock that pivots on bearings rather than bushings, reducing friction for a more supple suspension action.

As we alluded to above, the new Troy sees revised geometry that gives it some extra stability at higher speeds or while bombing down steep descents. This comes in the form of a slacker head angle and longer reach, inspiring some extra confidence to stay off the brakes and let it rip. The stubby 17-inch chainstays balance the bike's downhill prowess with playful trail manners and nimble handling, keeping things fun on tamer trails while giving the bike the ability to pick lines and navigate corners with precision. Despite these geometry changes the Troy retains the ability to adjust its geometry via a flip-chip, which has been conveniently relocated to the lower shock mount for easier access. The flip-chip alternates between the default "low" position and a "high" position that raises the bottom bracket and steepens the head angle, improve pedaling performance on big days with lots of climbing.

The Troy is constructed using DeVinci's MTB-specific DMC-G carbon lay-up. Using EPS molding, DeVinci creates a monocoque carbon frame with flawless consistency throughout the carbon layers, eliminating resin-pooling and inconsistencies that can negatively affect the strength of the frame. DeVinci puts a lot of emphasis on frame strength and rigidity, and while some might argue that their frames are overbuilt, we appreciate the bombproof and stiff construction that inspires absolute confidence when you're smashing through technical terrain—even if it means a little extra weight. It also allows DeVinci to offer a lifetime frame warranty to the original owner. The frame has internal cable routing for clean lines throughout, and comes with molded frame guards for the downtube and chainstay to protect your investment from impacts while silencing chain slap. The frame also has a two-position bottle cage mount, widening the range of mounting options to allow room for larger water bottles while ensuring there's enough clearance for standard bottles should you decide to throw on a coil shock.

The folks at DeVinci spec this bike with a first-rate build kit ready for season after season of aggressive trail riding. The top-tier RockShox Pike fork features the updated DebonAir spring and Charger2 damper for improved small-bump sensitivity, and pairs perfectly with the RockShox Deluxe RT3 rear shock. SRAM's enduro-worthy XO1 Eagle drivetrain shifts crisply across the wide range cassette, ensuring smooth accelerations and a gear for every pitch. Stopping duties are handled by SRAM Guide RSC brakes that blend abundant stopping power with modulation that gives you more control. The carbon fiber Race Face Next R36 wheels are built for enduro-style abuse and have a wide 36mm internal width that offers excellent support for the 2.4 - 2.5in Maxxis rubber, rounded out with Vault hubs and their super-fast engagement that gives a quick pedal response when it's time to put the power down.

  • DeVinci's flagship all-mountain bike with terrain-slaying 29in wheels
  • Super Boost improves wheel stiffness for more precise handling
  • 5.5in of Split Pivot travel stays active while braking for unrivaled traction
  • Burly carbon frame maximizes strength and rigidity
  • Slacker head angle & longer reach for greater stability on descents
  • Short chainstays for nimble climbing and playful trail manners
  • Threaded bottom bracket reduces creaks and simplifies maintenance
  • First-rate build kit includes XO1 Eagle drivetrain, elite RockShox suspension, Race Face carbon wheels
Tech SpecsGeometryWeight
Tech Specs
Frame Material
Carbon DMC-G
Suspension
Split Pivot
Rear Shock
RockShox Deluxe RT3 DebonAir with 1 token, Trunnion mount
Rear Travel
140mm
Fork
RockShox Pike RCT3 Charger2 DebonAir
Front Travel
150mm
Headset
FSA Orbit 1.5 Zero Stack
Shifters
SRAM XO1 Eagle 12-speed
Front Derailleur
n/a
Rear Derailleur
SRAM XO1 Eagle 12-speed
ISCG Tabs
ISCG-05
Crankset
SRAM XO1 Eagle DUB Super Boost
Chainring Sizes
32t
Bottom Bracket
SRAM DUB
Bottom Bracket Type
BSA threaded 73mm
Cassette
SRAM XG-1295 XO1 Eagle 12-speed
Cassette Range
10 - 50t
Chain
SRAM XO1 Eagle 12-speed
Brakeset
SRAM Guide RSC
Brake Type
hydraulic disc
Rotors
[front] SRAM CenterLine (200mm), [rear] SRAM CenterLine (180mm)
Handlebar
Race Face Next R 35
Handlebar Rise
20mm
Handlebar Width
800mm
Grips
DeVinci Performance Lock-On
Stem
Race Face Turbine R 35
Stem Length
50mm
Saddle
SDG Fly MTN
Seatpost
[small] RockShox Reverb (100mm), [medium] RockShox Reverb (125mm), [large] RockShox Reverb (150mm), [x-large] RockShox Reverb (170mm)
Seat Collar
37.0mm
Wheelset
Race Face Next R36 29 Carbon Super Boost
Hubs
Race Face Vault
Front Axle
15 x 110mm Boost
Rear Axle
12 x 157mm Super Boost
Tires
[front] Maxxis Minion DHF WT/3C/EXO/TR, [rear] Maxxis Minion DHR II WT/3C/EXO/TR
Tire Size
[front] 29 x 2.5in, [rear] 29 x 2.4in
Pedals
not included
Recommended Use
enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime on frame
Weight

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29lb 5.9oz

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Mid-Travel Ripper

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I set out to build a new bike for this season, I had a few requirements in mind. First off, to me 29 inch wheels are a no-brainer. Better traction all around, higher rolling speeds and at 6 foot, they just fit me better. Secondly, for the last few seasons, i've been riding long travel bikes with 160+ travel, which felt like too much for most rides. I wanted something a bit more manageable and playful. At 140mm of rear travel paired with a 150mm fork, this bike really hits the sweet spot for me. That amount of travel, supported by a Split Pivot linkage system, makes for a bike that strikes a nice balance between climbing and descending capabilities. Once thing that you notice right away on this bike is just how stiff the frame is. It feels burly and there's no noticeable flex when you get into the rough stuff. The quality and finish of the bike is really high and both colors look fantastic in person.

Check out just how capable this bike is under Keegan Wright!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=127&v=mLs85ko5xr4

Great initial impressions

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I had the opportunity to demo the Troy and was definitely pleased with what I noticed off the bat. I am rating it 4 stars because although I was very impressed, I feel I need much more time riding it to have strong enough of an opinion to give it five stars.

For an Enduro/ Trail mix, I was quite impressed with the climb and handling on the ascent. I have ridden many bikes of a similar built that cannot handle the climb nearly as well.

On the descent, I was very impressed with how well it lived up to its vision of as a pretty aggressive Enduro Bike. It handled noticeably well at high speeds through more technical aspects and sends jumps like it was its job. I felt very comfortable with all trail variety throughout the course of riding the Troy.

I hope to be given the opportunity to ride the Troy a couple more times and share additional feedback.

Great initial impressions

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I had the opportunity to demo the Troy and was definitely pleased with what I noticed off the bat. I am rating it 4 stars because although I was very impressed, I feel I need much more time riding it to have strong enough of an opinion to give it five stars.

For an Enduro/ Trail mix, I was quite impressed with the climb and handling on the ascent. I have ridden many bikes of a similar built that cannot handle the climb nearly as well.

On the descent, I was very impressed with how well it lived up to its vision of as a pretty aggressive Enduro Bike. It handled perfectly at high speeds through more technical aspects and sends jumps like it was its job. I felt very comfortable with all trail variety throughout the course of riding the Troy.

I hope to be given the opportunity to ride the Troy a couple more times and share additional feedback.

First Ride Impressions

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I had the opportunity to demo this bike for a few hour ride and wanted to leave my thoughts.

Weight is fairly average for this type of bike at around 30lb, I'm often between a large and XL at 6'1" and rode a large, the seat tube is short enough fit a long dropper post but the seat tube angle was a touch slack for my long inseam. the Django I rode in an XL felt too large and unmaneuverable so I still preferred the large.

Parts spec is solid, lots of folks knock the Reverb dropper but if it's serviced annually it works great. And Super Boost rear spacing isn't as big a deal as some folks make it out to be.

My preferences in bikes lean towards efficient, lighter duty trail bikes so when the trail started with a climb I was not overly excited by the Troy's performance. It wasn't quick but it did get me up the several mile grind to the top of the trail just fine.

Headed down though, the bike certainly impressed - it was confidence inspiring and made up for my lack of skill. It felt plenty plush, handled quick enough while remaining very stable, and really wanted to pop off the small kickers in the trail. All in all this is a bike I'd love to spend more time on to dial in the suspension and push the bike to its limits!