Mk2 Alpine

Designed in the UK. Tested and developed exclusively in the Alps.

When Billy at Dirt Magazine was looking for the ultimate hardtail to do the 2007 Mega Avalanche on, he chose the Alpine. It's also the tool of choice for the guides at who ride their Alpines day in day out covering thousands of genuine Alpine trail miles every season.

Made from a mix Reynolds 853 double butted air hardened cro-moly and 4130 cro-moly tubes, the Alpine is a hardtail frame designed for tearing up and down proper mountain trails. The Alpine works best with a 120-160mm travel suspension fork so the rider can dial in the ride and amount of travel they want based on the type of trail that lays in wait.

Frame weight is around 5.5lbs. If you're the type who thinks that's too heavy, you probably don't ride hard enough to justify owning an Alpine.

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Alpine builds

As with all Dialled Bikes frames you can put them together to suit the way you ride. Take a look at some Alpine builds here.

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Alpine specification

16" and 18" (measured from centre of BB to top of seat tube)
Reynolds 853 double butted air hardened cro-moly front triangle, ring reinforced cro-moly head tube, 4130 cro-moly seat stays and chain stay
Effective Top Tube Lengths:
16" frame = 22.25"
18" frame = 23.25"
Head Angle:
68.5 degrees
(recommended travel 130mm)
Seat Angle:
74 degrees
Chain Stay Length:
BB Height:
Seat Post Size:
Seat Clamp Size:
30mm (29.8mm may also fit)
Front Mech Size
34.9mm top pull (shims supplied with frame)
BB Shell:
73mm with integral ISCG
Max Rear Disc Size:
Colours (subject to change without notice):
Translucent red and Kawasaki green

£395 including UK mainland delivery

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