After over a decade in Germany, Propain expanded in the U.S. in 2020. The model now prepares to land a singular soar bike on American soil. It isn’t shy about the area of interest nature of its latest addition — the Trickshot isn’t your all-around, smart commuter or hybrid path rider. Instead, Propain goals the bike at “relaxed dirt jump session with the buddies at sunset, at the pump track searching for the perfect flow or in the skate park doing endless jibs, tricks and flips.”
With the soar bike, Propain targets riders at any degree and claims a ton of terrain versatility. The Trickshot’s aluminum body is mild sufficient to catch massive air, or circulate by means of your favourite pump tracks.
Trickshot dirt jumper MTB
Trickshot Jump Bike key options
- Aluminum body
- 24 lbs. (10.8 kg) complete weight in measurement L
- 26″ NEWMEN wheels
- Rear SRAM Guide T 160mm disc brake
- Marzocchi Bomber DJ 100mm fork
- Integrated gyro mount
- Adjustable dropouts
- Sixpack Racing saddle
The Trickshot body is obtainable in Safari (khaki) or Venomblack (black), and the fork is available in pink or black casting. Riders can spec their most popular body shade, head tube badges, and decal colours by means of the on-line configurator. Frames run in two sizes — S/M and L/XL.
Propain is now accepting orders of its Trickshot soar bike in Europe (1,500 EUR) and the U.S. ($1,500 excl. tax). The firm additionally gives the Trickshot frameset by itself (600 EUR/$600).
Shipping will start in late March for European clients and late April for these residing in the States.
Orders could be positioned over at propain-bikes.com.
Bonus content material
If you need a really feel for a way the Trickshot rides, try the demo reel from “Jibb Master” Phil Atwill and Los Hackos Crew rider Vali Gröger.