Teased at Interbike’s demo day last year alongside the debut of the carbon fiber Epiphany XC, the new alloy Epiphany Enduro 275 shares the 140mm rear travel and 650B tire size, but gets slacker angles to become a more aggressive descender.
It’ll have a 67º head angle with a 150mm fork up front, and Ellsworth’s patented ICT suspension out back. The frame has custom swaged, shaped and tapered SST.2e aerospace alloy tubing throughout, including the head tube. The carbon XC model’s great looking internal quad cable routing to accommodate various remote cable options carries over, and it even gets a bit of carbon in the rear triangle and upper and control arms.
Pricing, builds and options below…
Want something a bit tighter? The Epiphany Enduro 275 also comes in a short travel (130mm/120mm) version. The shorter travel is achieved by simply switching the rocker arm, so either option can be converted in the future. The long travel rocker comes in anodized black, blue, green, red or silver. Frames come in four sizes (XS to L) in your choice of laser-etched Blue and Black anodized frames. Build kits, which can all be customized on their website, include:
- X9 LT complete bike — $5,154 MSRP
- XT LT complete bike — $5,448 MSRP
- XTR LT complete bike —$7,360 with Thomson Dropper Post MSRP
- Frame set — $2,495 MSRP (includes factory tuned Fox shock)
- Frame & Fork — $3,470 MSRP (includes factory tuned Fox fork and shock)
Full spec lists and more at EllsworthBikes.com