REX Alu-MTB Twentyniner 29"

Category: ATB / MTB

For all those who want to take up the pedals again and enjoy a ride away from the road, the GRAVELER 8.5 is the right MTB. Solidly designed and equipped with the most important mountain bike equipment, the Twentyniner is just right for exciting tours through easy terrain.

The reliable Shimano Deore 27-speed derailleur with rapid-fire gear shift provides a wide range of gear ratios – a major advantage when facing routes with varied challenges. The Shimano hydraulic disc brakes also give you optimal braking power and control. The Continental tyres meanwhile ensure the bike never loses grip from the surface below. The adjustable Suntour XCT suspension fork absorbs shocks so you can have your bike under control in every situation.
Price (incl. Vat.) (RRP, incl. Vat.) 739.95 €
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SHIMANO DEORE 27-speed chain gearshift with Rapid-Fire shifting lever
SHIMANO Altus hydraulic disc brakes
SELLE ROYAL MTB design saddle
Seat post
REX Alu patented seat post
EXAL Alu-Airliner rims with rings, 32-hole
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The REX GRAVELER 8.5 is a bicycle of the category: ATB / MTB


Mountain Bikes (MTBs) and All-Terrain Bikes (ATBs) are both super sporty bikes that deliver a tonne of adrenaline!

The combination of a sturdy frame, a top-notch suspension system, profiled tyres, and powerful derailleurs make MTB/ATBs great fun to ride on-road and off. The choice of the right MTB / ATB depends on the exact purpose, because mountain biking and all-terrain biking are probably the most varied cycling experiences. No matter whether you decide for cross-country, downhill, freeride, or long rides, the strong disc brakes, the shock-absorption of the suspension, and a high-quality drive are crucial.

The mountain bike is used more for sport cycling and less as a means of transport. It is often not equipped with the components required in Germany for use on public roads such as lights, bell, and reflectors. Of course, if these are added, our MTB/ATBs can also be used on the road, but there's no doubt that riding across hilly terrain is a lot more fun.