KTM’s forthcoming Prowler 29er looks so damn right
Hiding behind the reflections of its own Perspex box is this exciting new 29er from KTM. The Prowler marks KTM’s entry into the world of long-travel 29ers, and it’s certainly got our attention.
The Prowler’s full carbon chassis uses a Horst linkage rear end — albeit one with an additional swing link — to deliver 150mm of travel.
Its geometry looks on point, with a 67-degree head angle, 436mm (17.2in) chainstays and a 459mm (18in) reach figure on the largest of three sizes.
It’s also Boost spaced, is designed around 1x drivetrains and includes its own adjustable chain guide.
Colour co-ordination is obviously important to KTM, and we approve Oliver Woodman / Immediate Media
This nicely-built example, the Prowler Sonic, is set to retail for €6,999, and wears SRAM XX1 Eagle, a 150mm Fox 36 Float Factory fork and DT Swiss XM-1501 wheels.
There’s no word on this model’s availability, its weight or any further details quite yet, but we’ll be sure to bring you more as we get it.
An adjustable chain guide adds extra security to SRAM’s already secure Eagle XX1 drivetrain Oliver Woodman / Immediate Media