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Vélomag buyer's guide | The Saguenay company is modernizing its collection with the new 29-inch models. There are six new models available, perfect for riders who love the big wheels. As for hardtail, the Wooky is available in carbon (SL and RC) or aluminum (XP and S). Introduced last year, the Split Pivot technology uses double suspension 29-inch Atlas brand RC and XP. The Wilson downhill model now features carbon seat stays.

Devinci offers a proven classic, perfect for its female clientele. The design and the parts of this aluminum hardtail with 26-inch wheels were intended for the female figure, creating the perfect bike for women. It is equipped with SRAM X7/X5 transmission and a quick release for the front fork.

With its remarkable aesthetic, the Cameleon cannot go unnoticed. The frame is a bright blue and the cables and rims are a brilliant red. It is a versatile bike with excellent value for money that will lead you down any trail without breaking the bank. We especially love the 100 mm front fork, the nine-speed gears and its wide range of sizes (from very small to very large).

Devinci continues to be on the forefront. The new Split Pivot platform was developed in collaboration with Dave Weagle, the original inventor of the technology. The Dixon RC, featuring 145mm clearance, Fox suspension and ultra-resistant Easton parts, is extremely reliable on the trails. Another great reason to support Quebec craftsmanship!
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