Devinci has two new bikes they’ve announced today. The Kobain is an aggressive slack hardtail that can take big wheels, 3.25″ max, 29er or 27.5+ plus. The Marshall (formerly Hendrix) is built similarly for the plus size tires (or 29er) but is offered up in a carbon full suspension package this year. Details inside.
We snapped some detailed pictures of the Kobain and Marshall a few weeks ago ahead of this launch. The final production versions will be more refined and have an improved fit and finish. Enjoy!
Fast. Responsive. And massively fun. The all-new Devinci Kobain is the complete package hardtail with a plus-size footprint for superior stability and traction. Powered by Optimum G04 (6066 T6) aluminum, frame features internal cable routing and a geometry tuned for incredible handling on technical terrain. Thru axles—front and back—are stronger and stiffer for bolstered response, while additional features include ample tire clearance at both 3.25 (27.5) and 2.35 (29) configurations. Whether lapping singletrack or riffing on a jumble jumps, berms and flowing features, the Kobain is a superstar entertainer that just plain rips.
G02 Aluminum Frame
Boost Thru axle 148
Slack head angle (67 degrees)
1x drivetrain specific
ISCG05 chainguide tabs
internal cable routing
Color: MATTE | BLUE, RED, NAVY BLUE
The Marshall* experience is all about taking the unorthodox and owning it. It excels in mixed-bag elements and tackles varied, unforgiving terrain with the multitasking muscle of Devinci’s Optimum G04 Aluminum or DMC-G Carbon frame paired with proven Split-Pivot suspension. Surefooted 27.5 wheels enhance traction on slippery surfaces and deliver appreciated stability. And Boost spacing bolsters stiffness for superior handling meets massive pedal power. Charge hard with bikes equipped for one burning desire, to go anywhere and everywhere the others won’t. [*This bike was formerly called the Hendrix. The current incarnation takes its handle from Jimi’s middle name, Marshall. And it rocks just as hard.]