NINER BIKES stellt sein neues SIR 9 Stahlbike der kommenden Saison vor
NINER BIKES stellt sein neues SIR 9 Stahlbike der kommenden Saison vor
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Die ersten NINER SIR 9 Rahmen und Bikes werden voraussichtlich in vier Monaten versandbereit sein. Vorbestellungen werden bereits entgegen genommen.
INTRODUCING THE NEW S.I.R. 9
At a time when carbon super bikes (including our own flagshipmodels) dominate the stage, why would Niner shine a spotlight on the S.I.R. 9? Perhaps it’s better to ask “just what is it about steel bikes?” Why, when we get on a steel frame, are we instantly transported back to that first bike we loved as a kid? Why is steel just as relevant today as it was when we started riding?
Like other Ninerds, we ride and love steel bikes, as do bike connoisseurs around the world. But something about steel being equated with retro seems almost unfair. There is simply no reason frames built with one of the best metals on the planet shouldn’t benefit from and take full advantage of cool technologies like updated headsets standards, tapered forks and through-axles.
Introducing the new S.I.R. 9 – All the fun, all the advantages, all the magic.
New proprietary steel tubeset for ideal function and ride quality
New custom-bent double-butted Reynolds 853 DZB downtube
New 44mm Reynolds 631 head tube allows use of tapered or 1-1/8″ forks
New Niner Bio-Centric II Bottom bracket system and removable downtube cable stops for clean singlespeed or geared setup
CYA Compatible – run almost any contemporary crank style in geared set up
142 x 12mm rear Maxle
Post mount brake bosses between seatstay and chainstay
Investment cast stay bridges and dropouts
Tamale Red or Arctic White
NEW TUBESET WITH AWARD WINNING NINER GEOMETRY
All steel is not created equal. The S.I.R. 9 tubing is a custom-selected set that utilizes the best tube options for each application within the frame.
For the front triangle, we employ new Reynolds 853 DZB (double zone butting) tubing. Developed for mountain bikes, and specifically 29ers, Reynolds 853 DZB offers two significant advantages:
Downtube Clearance – Fork/frame clearance for 29ers presents unique obstacles because of the relatively high headtube to bottom bracket height. A straight downtube needs to be welded high on the back of the headtube to achieve fork clearance, often requiring either a gusset between the headtube and the downtube or a thicker heavier downtube to achieve desired strength. We worked with Reynolds to bend the 835 DZB downtube expressly for the S.I.R. 9 so the tube can attach lower on the headtube without interfering with the fork crown.
Increased Precision – A lower attachment point for the downtube improves front end rigidity. The Reynolds 853 DZB downtube further differentiates itself from others by incorporating two different butting profiles on the same tube – extra strength at the headtube to reduce torsional flex combined with a butting profile in the rest of the tube that maintains ride quality and avoids weight penalties – strong where we need it, compliant where we want it.
For the stays we incorporate steel custom-bent in 3 dimensions – with investment cast bridges and dropouts – for ride quality and tire clearance. This shaping is proprietary to Niner and is not found on other steel mountain bikes. When combined with the new 142 x 12mm axle, the rear end of the new S.I.R. 9 provides superior power transfer while preserving the special ride quality expected from a steel frame.
Complete the package with Niner’s hardtail geometry expertise and the result is a new frame that is sure to win as many rider’s choice awards and great reviews as has the original S.I.R. 9.
The oversized headtube of the S.I.R. 9 allows the use of tapered fork steerer tubes that measurably reduce fork deflection, which means your Niner tracks straight and true. The full spectrum of riders from XC racers to all mountain shredders benefit from these features which is why we incorporate the technology in all our new frames. The S.I.R. 9 Lets you take full advantage of increased steering precision as you carve a corner and descend toward the finish.
BIO-CENTRIC II BOTTOM BRACKET SYSTEM
The Niner Bio-Centric II makes adjustments easy across a wide range of gears and eliminates the need for adjustable dropouts, giving the cleanest possible solution for singlespeed use. No bolt on hubs, no chain tensioners cluttering your ride, no brake adjustments with gear changes.
Greater Range – The Bio-Centric II offsets the bottom bracket spindle 8.5mm from center, offering greater range of adjustment compared to a traditional EBB setup. More offset is a boon when changing gears without having to change chain length and it allows riders to make more noticeable changes to frame geometry via BB position.
Reliable Function – Traditional EBB units are held in place with set screws that can become difficult to finely adjust over time, or expansion wedges that can deform the bottom bracket shell of the frame. Split bottom bracket shells that clamp an EBB can stretch or ovalize. The Bio-Centric II avoids these troubles by using two bolts to apply a clamping force on the outside edges of the BB shell, eliminating the possibility of ovalizing or indexing the shell itself. Field tested for over 18 months, secure, quiet, easy to install and adjust, the Bio-Centric II will change your ideas about singlespeed drivetrain setup and maintenance.
Additionally, the S.I.R. 9 is now CYA compatible, enabling you to run almost any contemporary crank style in geared set up.
FEA stress analysis diagram showing stress distribution. BioCentric II (new) disperses forces over a larger area.
ATTENTION TO DETAIL
While tubing upgrades are the focus of this new design, we haven’t forgotten the details. The new the S.I.R. 9 uses 142x12mm spacing with an included Maxle for added rear-end torsional stiffness, removable downtube cable guides, post mount brake bosses between the chain and seatstay for braking precision and, of course, the Niner headbadge and two great color options for that finishing touch.
A LEGACY OF GREAT REVIEWS
The original S.I.R. 9 has garnered many great reviews since its introduction – including MTBr’s Bike of the Year three years in a row – over all other bikes. With these significant updates, we fully expect that the new S.I.R. 9 will achieve the same accolades!
See below for availability.
S.I.R. 9 AVAILABILITY + IMBA LIMITED EDITION
The new S.I.R. 9 is available to order now and will begin shipping in 12 weeks. For those who want a S.I.R. 9 sooner, Niner will be auctioning six custom painted IMBA frames with matching RDO forks beginning Tuesday evening, June 19th – available worldwide. All proceeds from these auctions will go directly to IMBA.
“We believe that IMBA supports so many important things – trail access, maintenance and infrastructure that promotes life long commitments to health and exercise on the part of MTB riders. As a company that benefits from the health of cycling culture, it is only right that we contribute.This auction will be the only way to obtain one of the first six new S.I.R. 9 frames in the world.” Chris Sugai – Niner Bikes President
“This is the first time a company has dedicated an entire new bike launch to IMBA’s mission – we truly appreciate Niner’s above and beyond efforts on behalf of building and taking care of mountain bike trails. Niner is an extraordinary example of how a small company can make a big difference for the development of our sport.” Rich Cook – IMBA Development Director
For more information and to participate in the auction, visit our Facebook page.
W.F.O. 9 WITH OAK BAY BIKES
The guys at Oak Bay Bikes in British Columbia, Canada just sent us a beautiful edit and bike check video. They’ve got their rig set up with a Fox 34 and Sun Ringle Chargers – get the rest of the details in the video and see some beautiful trails and riding, check it out!
Niner WFO Bike Check
You can grab the identical set up from your dealer – we have great stock on all of our alloy full suspension frames- W.F.O. 9, R.I.P. 9 and Jet 9. Pair them with the perfect fork (choose your poison – FOX 34 + W.F.O. 9 + Sun Ringle Chargers or Jet 9 + Rock Shox SID + Sun Ringle Black Flag!). See your Niner dealer for details.
NINER WORLD TOUR CONTINUES!
The Ninered world wide community continues to grow and we continue to find great riding in unexpected places. In May, after a stop at the Garda festival in Italy, Chris and Brett made their way to Israel. For several years now, our Israel shops have been telling us about the great riding and the guys were excited to finally check it out!
The first stop for Niner was in Tel Aviv, the capital of Israel. Here we met up with Erez, Eran, Assaf and Moti, the leaders at Niner’s Israeli distributor. For the next five days, this was our home base as we explored the local MTB opportunities.
Our riding took us to two different trail systems – Ben Shemen, southeast of the city and Alon Hagalil, north of town. In both places, we found beautiful trails that reminded us of our home trails in Southern California – low forest, desert and rocks. May is prime riding season in Israel – the temps were in the 70’s, perfect for us! We were very impressed by the many loops and options in a country that is just a bit larger than New Jersey.
Some things are universal – post ride beers (thanks to Nimi Cohen), good food (falafel and amazing goat-milk ice cream in this case) and friendly Ninerds. We attended a demo event with over 80 riders, many of whom are already Niner owners. The RIP 9 and Jet 9 are the most popular in Israel, great for the rocky, technical trails.
Thanks to Niner Israel and the huge group of people that came out to ride with us and to make us feel so welcome. The hospitality we experience from Ninerds all all over the world amazes and humbles us.
NINER DEMO TOUR NEWS – NEW DEMO VAN ADDED FOR NORTHEAST USA!
For those of you in the Northeast USA hoping to throw a leg over the newest Niner models, we have great news. We have recently added a new demo truck in your region, and will be adding demo tour dates over the next month. See the full list of upcoming demo days here and join our facebook page for notification when we are in your state (we give away a lot of swag on facebook, too!).
NINER ERGON HAYES TEAM UPDATE!
The Niner Ergon Hayes factory team has been busy this spring. Of late:
* Dejay Birtch won the Transylvannia Epic Singlespeed class – dominating every stage.
* Tim Allen has been racing all over the mountain states – at the Gunnison Growler, the Golden Short track series, the Teva Mtn. Games and the Ridgeline Rampage.
* Skyler Trujillo, our collegiate racer, has qualified for the Mont-Sainte-Anne and Windham World Cup races – send him your best vibes!
If you see our team riders out on the road or at an event, don’t hesitate to come up and say hi!
PRO CYCLERY, LAS VEGAS, NV
Pro Cyclery in Las Vegas, Nevada is one of the newest Niner demo dealers. In operation since 1984, this family-owned, family friendly shop combines a high end focus with knowing your name when you walk through the door.
Owned by Mike and Cheri Tillman, Pro Cyclery has their sights set on being the best mountain bike shop in Las Vegas. They are known for their customer service and knowledgeable mechanics – this is the best place in Vegas for repair or maintenance of the bike you love.
Pro Cyclery also offers free repair classes – check their schedule of events on
You have probably seen folks from the shop out on the local trails with their Niners – they fully embrace the big wheel at Pro Cyclery! For folks who want to try a Niner, they have a brand new demo fleet – take a Niner out to Bootleg Canyon or the Cottonwood System. Pro Cyclery is happy to provide you with info about all of your local ride options!
In operation since the late 70s, this small, local shop is filled with great stock.
Wood-nWave is owned by Steve Wilson and Kirk Strader – fixtures on the local cycling scene, and all around good guys and locals.
Stop into the shop for directions to one of the most popular trails in Kentucky – they are less than a mile from the northern trailhead of the Canal Loop system – over 40 miles of singletrack! You can also join the friendly, twice weekly, evening MTB group rides – check their facebook
Wood-n-Wave have been Niner Dealers for 4 years. Their first Niner in the shop was a Jet 9, now almost everyone at the shop is on big wheels and are happy to share their experiences with you. Additionally, more than half of the shop-supported grassroots team is riding Niner.
Team Wood-n-Wave is all about spreading the love, which makes them perfect Niner ambassadors – anyone can join as long as they are friendly and do 10 hours of volunteer work on trails or at local cycling events. A quick conversation with anyone on the team (including friendly shop manager, Hailey) shows that this Kentucky crew is truly passionate about supporting cycling in the community!
Niner employees are passionate riders who believe that time spent on the trails with friends is as important as time spent in the office. Scraped knees, riding tales, and camp fire smell in our jackets remind us of our primary goal – building beautiful, dependable bikes that you will enjoy as much as we do. Thank you, from the Niner Bikes Crew!
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