It is easy to be so close to something great; without being able to see it clearly. This may have been the case when we asked our riders to investigate what they needed in a slope style bike to be competitive and feel confident on. Most of the feedback was related to adjustments that they were being requesting to our then current slope bike; the Skyla. At a certain moment in time management had to step back and say “Guys, I think we are looking toward the wrong bike for inspiration.” Once the focus was shifted toward our hardtail, the Vimana. It became clear the next slope style bike would be based around that platform. Now, after two full successful seasons on the world tour, we are in stock with a production unit that is nearly as compact the award winning Vimana.Bring on the V-Slope.

VSlope
VSlope
Key Features:
– Shortest chain stay option of any slope bike at 14.8 inches (376mm)
– 3.4 inches/86mm travel from custom tuned Fox CTD Evo
– 44-56mm tapered head tube
– Proprietary telescopic rear dropouts (TRD) provides excellent chain tension, alignment, and precise wheel base position
– Low 2.3:1 leverage ratio provides excellent compression and reduced abuse on custom fox rear shock
– Concentric BB pivot design provides single speed compatible without a tensioner
– Proprietary Hydro Form tubing and forged bottom bracket
– ISCG05 chain guide tabs
– Value orientated pricing with frame sets including fox shocks starting at $1295
– Completes starting at $2295
– Sizes regular and Long
– Available in blue, red or black in anodized finish
– Order directly from our website, www.morpheusbikes.com / @morpheus-bikes
– Available now
VSlope
Geometry:
SEAT POST: 30.9mm
SEAT POST CLAMP: 34.9mm
HEAD TUBE: 110mm with 44-56mm cups
HEAD TUBE ANGLE: 68 DEGREES
CHAIN STAY LENGTH: 14.8 TO 15.8 INCHES/376 to 400mm
BOTTOM BRACKET: 73mm
BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT: 12.3 INCHES/312mm
TOP TUBE LENGTH:
– REGULAR: 21.3 INCHES/541mm
– LONG: 22.7 INCHES/577mm
TRAVEL: 3.4inches/86mm
VSlope
VSlope
VSlope
Morpheus bikes were founded in the Bronx New York in 2008. Forged from a love and passion for riding, the company strives to design and build bikes competitive on the world stage, at competitive prices.
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