Dutch company BeOne were displaying their new full-suspension bikes at this year’s Eurobike trade show. There are three models to choose from – 120mm travel for cross-country, 140mm for all-mountain and 160mm for enduro downhill riding – all called Moko.
The new Mokos all use BeOne’s ‘Air/Fuel’ suspension system and proprietary rear shock, which apparently offers the “highest suspension absorption quality, superb grip, climbing ability and versatility”.
All frames are made from 7005 aluminium and have tapered head tubes. The 120mm Moko has a RockShox SID fork, Mavic CrossRide wheelset, SRAM X9 front and rear mech with an FSA Afterburner crankset, and Magura Louise disc brakes. It’ll cost €2,999.
Moving up the travel scale, the €2,999 black anodised 140mm Moko gets the same spec, but with a RockShox Revelation fork instead of the SID. The big-hitting 160mm version changes to a RockShox Lyrik fork and FSA Gravity bar and stem combo. This will cost €3,499.
BeOne’s 160mm moko:Matthew Cole/BikeRadar
BeOne bikes are going to be exclusively distributed in the UK by Chain Reaction Cycles in 2011. Keep your eyes on BikeRadar for more information and in-depth reviews.