Meta TR 29 Origin BRG

Meta TR 29 Origin BRG

The best of both worlds!

Commencal

Whilst collecting a number of awards in the press ('Best Trail Bike under $3,000' from Pinkbike and 'Trail Bike of the Year' from MBUK), the META TR 29 is now taking things a step further. How do you make a high-performance-uphill bike whilst keeping the COMMENCAL DNA when it's time to go down the hill? This is the challenge that we set our engineers. And the results are amazing!Thanks to 29-inch wheels, kinematics that make the bike even more dynamic and a straighter seat tube angle with reduced offset, the META TR 29 is formidable through any pedalling sections.As soon as you get to the top and you've hurried to take that inevitable selfie, you'll be ready to take on the most daunting trails. The 140mm rear travel and 150mm or 160mm fork up front will give you that extra confidence which will make all the difference when things get tough.In September 2020, Pinkbike journalist Mike Kazimer described the META TR 29 as, ''One of the most fun bikes that I've ridden this year".The stiffness of the frame is always the subject of much attention. The use of double-row Enduro Bearings allows a more homogeneous deformation of the frame without the loss of stiffness via the bearings.Aesthetically, the frame has evolved in depth. It's very simple, everything is new! Notably, the sharper lines highlight improved performance.Equipped with super tyres and brakes, the new META TR 29 is certainly not just a more comfortable XC bike but rather clearly, a 'mini-enduro' which pushes the standards of agility and dynamism even further.About the META TR 29 ORIGINIn terms of components, this META TR 29 puts reliability and simplicity first. The new SHIMANO Deore 11-speed transmission which has a large 11-51t range and is as reliable as it is efficient. The MT501 brakes are also from SHIMANO and have 203mm discs to facilitate hard braking over extended periods of time. In terms of suspension, legendary brand ROCKSHOX is in control. A strong and precise 35 Silver fork, as well as a Deluxe Select shock which offers easy adjustment, ensure comfort and grip both up and down. All the details have been updated.

Specifications

Frameset
  • Frame
    2021 META TR 29, 140 mm travel, 29'', Alloy 6066, triple butted tubes, T4, T6. Enduro bearings
  • Fork
    ROCKSHOX 35 Silver R, 150 mm travel, 29", Coil, rebound, Boost (15 x 110 mm), 44 mm offset
  • Rear Shock
    ROCKSHOX Deluxe Select, 210 x 55 mm, rebound, 2 tokens
Drivetrain
  • Rear Derailleur
    SHIMANO Deore, 11s
  • Crank
    SHIMANO Deore, 170 mm crank arms, Boost, Chainring: SHIMANO Deore, 32t
  • Bottom Bracket
    SHIMANO MT500, Pressfit
Components
  • Brakes
    SHIMANO MT-501, 2 pistons, I-Spec II compatible
  • Rotors
    SHIMANO SM-RT66 203 mm, 6-bolt
  • Seatpost
    RIDE ALPHA, 34,9 mm, 400 mm on S/M, 450 mm on L/X
  • Saddle
    FABRIC Scoop Flat Sport, Steel rails
  • Handlebar
    RIDE ALPHA R27, 31,8 mm, 780 mm width, 27 mm rise, Alloy 6061
  • Stem
    RIDE ALPHA Freeride 50, 50 mm extension, 31,8 mm
  • Grips
    Yes
  • Headset
    ACROS ZS44 / ZS56, Alloy cups, sealed bearings
Wheels
  • Wheels
    E13 LG1 EN Base, 29'', 32h, 30 mm inner width
  • Wheel Size
    29"
  • Hubs
    Rear: FORMULA DCL-348A - Front: FORMULA DC-711, Rear: 32h, sealed bearings - Front: 32h, sealed bearings
  • Tires
    Rear: MAXXIS DISSECTOR 29 EXO - Front: MAXXIS DISSECTOR 29 EXO, Rear: 29 x 2.40 WT 120TPI. Foldable. 3C Maxx Terra /EXO+ / TR - Front: 29 x 2.50 WT 60TPI. Foldable. 3C Maxx Terra / EXO / TR
Weight
  • Weight
    Weight / 15,8 kg / 34.83 lb, Average weight for S size, without pedals. Weight may differ slightly due to manufacturing tolerances.
More Info
Mountain bike pricing and specifications are ever changing. This info was last updated August 16, 2021.
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