Stoll T2 EVO GOLD Review

Stoll T2 EVO GOLD Review

Stoll T2 EVO GOLD Review

Price: 10400 €
category: All Mountain
Frame Material: Carbon
Weight: 11,6 kg
Wheel Size: 29"
Travel Front: 150 mm
Travel Rear: 135 mm
Model Year: 2023
  • Made in Germany
  • Custom Optinen
  • ultralight frame
  • very light: 11,6 kg
  • competitors ride better in the downhills
  • up the hill, it´s not the fastest bike
  • fun to ride in
    easy terrain Extreme Terrain
    seating position
    upright efficient
    handling
    playful easy calm
    Framesize runs
    small big

    OVERALL BIKE CHECK

    The most importanten ratings of the T2 EVO GOLD in comparison to the competitor bikes of following categorie: (All Mountain above 8000 €) .

    VALUE for MONEY CHECK

    If you are keen on value for money, this is your chart. It shows you at a glance how many bike you get for 10400 €.

    Summary

    Expirience with the Stoll T2 EVO GOLD

    Stoll T2 EVO GOLD Review Even though the Stoll brand has its heart in racing, the T2 EVO GOLD by no means has to hide. With 150 mm at the front of the fork, it also devours technical single trails. Thomas Stoll's hobbyhorse: Despite more suspension travel, he also mercilessly gears the T2 EVO GOLD towards lightweight construction. By the way, the bike's frame is made in Germany. The weight of a bike is a central factor for riding pleasure on any kind of terrain. With 11,6 kg, the T2 EVO GOLD is one of the lightest All Mountain on the market, which makes for great riding on singletrails. The combination of a 64,8 degree head tube angle and a long wheelbase calms down the handling of the Stoll T2 EVO GOLD, even if you ride fast. Due to the interplay of a relatively long top tube and a low stack, the riding position is sporty. There are All Mountain in the price above 8000 Euro that have more potential downhill. The T2 EVO GOLD has higher quality wheels than the competitors with comparable prices.

    technical Details

    Je steiler der Winkel des Sitzrohrs ist, desto effizienter können Sie in die Pedale treten.

    SIZE XXS XS S M L XL XXL
    Sizing of Manufacturer
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    S
    M
    L
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    Wheelsize
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    29
    29
    29
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    -
    Stack
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    615
    615
    624
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    -
    Reach
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    401
    441
    471
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    Top Tube Length
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    575
    615
    645
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    Seat Tube Length
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    400
    450
    480
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    Seat Tube Angle
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    73,8
    73,8
    73,8
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    Head Tube Length
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    -
    100
    100
    110
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    -
    Head Tube Angle
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    -
    64,8
    64,8
    64,8
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    -
    Bottom Bracket Drop
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    -
    25
    25
    25
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    -
    Bottom Bracket Height (absolut)
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    -
    345
    345
    345
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    -
    Chainstay Length
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    -
    438
    438
    438
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    -
    Wheelbase
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    -
    1165
    1205
    1235
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    -
    Standover Height
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    • Frame Stoll T2
    • Frame Material Carbon
    • Fork Rock Shox Pike Ultimate, 150mm
    • Spring Unit air
    • Remote-Lockout no
    • Damper Rock Shox Deluxe Ultimate, 145mm
    • Gearrange 500%
    • Drivetrain 1x12
    • Gear Lever SRAM Eagle XX1
    • Rear Derailleur SRAM Eagle XX1
    • Crank SRAM Eagle XX1
    • Cassette SRAM Eagle XX1
    • Chain SRAM Eagle XX1
    • Brake Set Shimano XTR 9120
    • Brake Rotors 180/180
    • Wheel Set DT Swiss XRC 1200 Carbon, 30mm
    • Tires Front Wolfpack Enduro 2.40
    • Tires Rear Wolfpack Enduro 2.40
    • Saddle Selle Italia SLR Carbon
    • Seat Post YEP Uptimizer 3.0, 125 – 185mm
    • Stem Newmen
    • Handle Bar Bike Ahead the riser Carbon
    • Handle Bar Width 740

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