Seven years ago, we introduced the Process to the world. It was a head-turner from day one with its aggressive geometry, pedaling efficiency, and ability to chew up descents like a mini downhill bike. This year the Process 153s got a bit of love, including revamped geometry and tubing that is a hybrid of the Process X and Process 134, making them lighter and more streamlined.
The Process 153 DL 29 has been the racehorse of choice for enduro rippers all over the world. Featuring a RockShox Super Deluxe Select Plus shock and Lyrik Select RC Charger DebonAir fork, it stands up to all the hits. SRAM’s powerful G2 RS brakes put a stop to the chaos when needed. Aggressive Maxxis Assegai and Minion DHR tires wrapped around WTB KOM Trail rims keep the bike rolling fast and smooth. The new TranzX +RAD dropper provides adjustable travel, ensuring your seatpost is always the perfect height.
The Process 153 29 features an updated aluminum frame for 2020. With all-new tubing and geometry based off of the Process 134 and Process X, the frame is now lighter and more beautiful than ever. We’ve updated the leverage curve to make it more progressive and give a bottomless feel. The Process 153 29 features the new TranzX +RAD dropper post with longer travel. Smalls run a 150mm, mediums a 170mm and Large and XL both a 200mm post. A SRAM SX/NX drivetrain keeps the shifting smooth while Guide T brakes provide ample stopping power.
The Process 153 27.5 is synonymous with dependability. It’s a great option for someone who wants an aggressive bike but may not want a 29” wheel. An updated frame and rocker provide more progressive geometry and all-new tubing. This year smalls feature the new TranzX +RAD dropper post in 150mm, allowing for the seatpost to go lower during descending without sacrificing any height during climbing. A SRAM Eagle NX/SX drivetrain keeps shifting smooth and provides a massive range for that steep ascents. WTB ST i30 TCS rims and wrapped in Maxxis rubber keep the bike tracking smoothly on any trail.