These AVS handguards are the source of many heated water cooler arguments. You either love or hate them. Turns out Connor, Rhys and Miranda love them! Oh, almost forgot about the forks, that’s a set of RockShox Lyrik Ultimates in 170mm.
If you’re a fan of the Enduro World Series, there is a small chance that you are already sick of the Matterhorn dominating your social media. Well here we are adding to that with this damn sweet 2020 Process 153 CR DL Team Issue Dream Build. This bike right here is actually Connor Fearon’s race bike that Team Manager Mathieu Dupelle built-up for the shortened EWS season. With Connor being absent due to COVID-19 and Australia’s strict re-entry rules, Mathieu is looking after it (read, riding it), though it should be noted that he removed Connor’s 34t chainring in favor of a 30t!
The entire Kona Gravity Team hearts AXS and you’ll find it on all their Enduro and Trail bikes.
Yup that’s SRAM’s the new 10-52 rear cassette right there…all the percents!
You’ll find an ENVE M9 DH rim out back and a more compliant M7 rim up front, both are laced to Chris King ISO hubs. Stopping comes courtesy of SRAM Codes with a 220mm rotor up front and a 200 in the rear.
ODI Motion Elite grips are mounted on Deity Black Label 25mm rise bars.
A Deity Copperhead stem houses a OneUp EDC tool. It all spins on a Chris King headset.
All of our Process bikes are designed to accept coils and Connor is definitely a fan. Connor’s bike would normally run a 425 Race Only progressive spring (that’s a 500 Rock Shox one pictured). And his pedals of choice of course, HT AE01’s.
These AVS handguards are the source of many heated water cooler arguments. You either love or hate them, turns out Connor, Rhys and Miranda love them! Oh, almost forgot about the forks, that’s a set of RockShox Lyrik Ultimate’s in 170mm.