Vitus Sommet 297 CRS Review

Vitus Sommet 297 CRS Review

Vitus Sommet 297 CRS Review

Price: 3599 €
category: Enduro
Frame Material: Carbon
Weight: 13,5 kg
Wheel Size: 29"
Travel Front: 170 mm
Travel Rear: 162 mm
Model Year: 2023
  • coherent overall package
  • definately shredable in the downhill
  • quality frame
  • with 13,5 kg very light
  • fun to ride in
    easy terrain Extreme Terrain
    seating position
    upright efficient
    handling
    playful easy calm
    Framesize runs
    small big

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    Summary

    Expirience with the Vitus Sommet 297 CRS

    Vitus Sommet 297 CRS Review The Vitus Sommet 297 CRS was designed for use in on very demanding single trails. And that's exactly where it shines. We really liked the jaw-dropping weight of the complete bike. With 13,5 kg, the Vitus Sommet 297 CRS is a real lightweight. The combination of a 64 degree head tube angle and a long wheelbase calms down the handling of the Vitus, even if you ride fast. Anyone who has no special preferences for the seating position can´t go wrong with the Vitus Sommet 297 CRS. Because the saddle takes the balanced approach. For trail lovers, one point dominates: the Vitus Fully scores in the decent with an extremely good geometry, a high-quality suspension and grippy tires.

    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
    XL
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    Wheelsize
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    -
    29
    29
    29
    29
    -
    Stack
    -
    -
    621
    630
    639
    648
    -
    Reach
    -
    -
    418
    443
    471
    498
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    Top Tube Length
    -
    -
    568
    597
    621
    645
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    Seat Tube Length
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    -
    380
    410
    440
    470
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    Seat Tube Angle
    -
    -
    76,5
    76,5
    77
    77,5
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    Head Tube Length
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    -
    100
    110
    120
    130
    -
    Head Tube Angle
    -
    -
    64
    64
    64
    64
    -
    Bottom Bracket Drop
    -
    -
    25
    25
    25
    25
    -
    Bottom Bracket Height (absolut)
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    Chainstay Length
    -
    -
    440
    440
    440
    440
    -
    Wheelbase
    -
    -
    1195
    1225
    1257
    1288
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    Standover Height
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    • Frame Sommet Carbon
    • Frame Material Carbon
    • Fork RockShox; Zeb Select, Charger RC Dämpfer, DebonAir, 38 mm Standrohre, 110 mm x 15 mm Maxle Stealth Achse, 44 mm Offset
    • Spring Unit air
    • Remote-Lockout yes
    • Damper Super Deluxe Select+ RT, DebonAir, 205 x 65 mm, Trunnion
    • Gearrange 510%
    • Drivetrain 1x12
    • Gear Lever Shimano SLX M7100, Rapidfire Plus
    • Rear Derailleur Shimano; SLX
    • Crank Shimano SLX M7100, 170 mm
    • Cassette Shimano SLX M7100; 10-51 Zähne
    • Chain Shimano SLX M7100
    • Brake Set Shimano; SLX BR-M7120
    • Brake Rotors 203/203
    • Rims Nukeproof Neutron V2
    • Front Hub Nukeproof Neutron V2, 32H, 110 mm x 15 mm
    • Rear Hub Nukeproof Neutron V2, 32H, 148 mm x 12 mm
    • Tires Front Maxxis Assegai WT, 3C MaxxGrip compound, EXO+ casing
    • Tires Rear Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C MaxxTerra compound, DD casing
    • Saddle Nukeproof Horizon Enduro
    • Seat Post Brand-X Ascend Dropper, S: 125 mm, M: 150 mm op, L & XL: 170 mm
    • Stem Nukeproof Neutron AM, 45 mm
    • Handle Bar Nukeproof Horizon V2, 25 mm Rise, S/M: 780 mm, L/XL: 800 mm
    • Handle Bar Width 800
    • Head Set Acros AZX-212-CO R5

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