Parker was the sleeper hit of 2008, launched as a gate-racing bike, something you could rail in weekend dual slalom, then take to the skate park or the dirt jumps. Turns out it was just what a lot of aggressive riders wanted--we couldn?t make enough of ?em.
For 2009, we made it an even better, stronger jumper with beefier chainstays for strength and lower standover for more tail-whipping action. We boosted lateral stiffness with stout dropouts, a wider top tube pivot and new CNC?ed pivot hardware. You?ll feel every accelerating bit of it when pumping the pedals through transitions and over climbs.
Parker II offers a single chainring drivetrain set-up, perfect for race day or slopestyle park riding. Parker I gets a double with e-13 SuperCharger bash guard to go anywhere, do anything. Both Parkers get adjustable-travel Rock Shox forks, so you can dial them down for racing the gates, then turn them loose for freeride stunting when you shed the number plate.
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