TUES CF Pro Race

New bike in perfect condition

usually:  4,799.00€ 4,199.00€

Your discount: 600.00€

incl. VAT plus shipping costs

  • S
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  • M
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  • L
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  • XL
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The TUES is an absolute killer of a bike and embodies our motto Good Times in its purest form. The stiffness of the frame, the low center of gravity and the dynamic suspension system make it the perfect partner for bike parks, rough trails and high speed descents. The slack head angle, the generous reach and the 650B wheels keep you in control on any track while the progressiveness of its suspension will get you hooked on airtime in a hurry. Not only did our team riders take wins at the FEST Series and Rampage aboard the TUES, but also the 2016 overall World Cup title - the TUES packs quite the punch and handles the biggest jumps in the world with ease. Carbon or aluminum? The choice is yours. Beginners, park-rats, and pro racers will all be stoked with the various spec options on offer. All new for 2017 is the much anticipated TUES CF in XL, which riders above 1m87 in height will enjoy.

    The TUES CF is the logical next step in development of its precursor, the TUES AL. Our engineers and developers refined the carbon version for two years and it hit the market like a bomb once we released it. Just like the AL, the TUES CF scores highly with its generous reach, immense frame stiffness, and a low center of gravity. The carbon frame weighs a whole kilogram less than the aluminum version and sets lap records when unleashed on a track. Due to the 650B wheels, we were able to place the bottom bracket below the wheel axles, which means that you can put a whole lot more pressure on your bike when bombing through berms at the bike park – mad speeds guaranteed! With its 208mm of travel, gnarly jumps and drops are of course a piece of cake for the TUES CF. Our in-house designed V4L technology ensures a linear and sensitive suspension response, which gets more progressive towards the end to keep you from blowing through the travel.

    Aaron Gwin proved in 2016 that the high-performance version of the TUES is ready to rip. “Straight to the top”, as the saying goes. With the TUES CF Pro Race we have put together a fully World Cup-worthy build for 2017. Pumping out 203mm and 208mm of travel respectively, the FOX 40 Float Factory fork teams up perfectly with the revised FOX Float X2 Factory shock out back. The shock features a new aircan and a two-position compression lever as well as fully adjustable high and low speed compression and rebound circuits - it is recommended for advanced riders. Just like Aaron, we put our trust in the TRP G-Spec Quadiem, one of the most reliable brakes on the market. The super light LG1r carbon wheels from e*thirteen are also super strong, and pair up perfectly with the Maxxis High Roller II tires to offer tons of traction and grip. A true pro bike build!


    TUES Carbon 27,5"

    high modular carbonfiber frame, V4L Virtual 4-Link rear suspension, 150x12mm thru axle, down tube/seat stay/chain stay protection


    e*thirteen LG1r

    carbonfiber, 165mm length, 34 teeth Direct Mount Guidering M


    e*thirteen LG1r

    carbonfiber, 27,5", FW 20x110mm, RW 12x150mm thru axle


    FOX 40 Float Factory

    air fork, 203mm travel, high- and low-speed compression, external rebound, FIT damper cartridge, 20mm x 110mm thru axle, 52mm Rake, Kashima coating

    Manual  |  Tuning

    Rear Derailleur

    SRAM X01 DH

    1x7, Type 2.1, Carbon, Cage-Lock


    Front Tire

    Maxxis High Roller II DH

    27,5"x2,4", DH Casing, SuperTacky 42a


    FOX Float X2 Factory

    air shock, EVOL extra volume air sleeve, high- and low-speed compression, high- and low-speed rebound, 10,5"x3,5"/267mm x 89mm, Kashima coating

    Manual  |  Tuning


    SRAM X01 DH



    Rear Tire

    Maxxis High Roller II DH

    27,5"x2,4", DH Casing, MaxxPro 60a

    Bottom Bracket

    e*thirteen PressFit 30 (83)



    SRAM PC1130

    11spd, with PowerLock



    Renthal Integra 35

    35mm clamp, 45mm, direct mount


    e*thirteen Cassette

    7-speed, 9t-21t


    e*thirteen LG1+ (32-34)

    ISCG05, 32-34 teeth, black sliders



    ACROS AiX-325

    high cap, sealed headset, industrial bearings



    TRP G-Spec Quadiem

    4 piston caliper, tool-free reach-adjust, aluminum lever


    15,4 kg / 33,9 lb

    *Avg. weight shown is for size S bike, with tubes, no pedals, no bottle


    SDG I-Beam

    30,9mm, 300mm


    Renthal Fatbar Carbon

    35mm clamp, 800m wide, 30mm rise, 7° backsweep, 5° upsweep


    SDG IFly

    custom YT Logo


    Odi Elite Motion

    Frame Size

    S / M / L / XL

    for the size that suits you best, please check the sizing-chart above

    Sizes   S   M   L   XL  
    A Toptube length  584 mm 604 mm 624 mm 647 mm
    B Reach  410 mm 430 mm 450 mm 470 mm
    C Stack  608 mm 608 mm 608 mm 617 mm
    D Seattube length  400 mm 400 mm 400 mm 420 mm
    E Chainstay length  435 mm 435 mm 435 mm 435 mm
    F Headtube angle  63,5 ° 63,5 ° 63,5 ° 63,5 °
    G Seattube angle (eff.)  74 ° 74 ° 74 ° 74 °
    H BB Drop  5,5 mm 5,5 mm 5,5 mm 5,5 mm
    I Wheelbase  1196 mm 1214 mm 1236 mm 1258 mm
    J Headtube length  112 mm 112 mm 112 mm 120 mm

    TUES is the name of the game! Whether you are whoopin’ butts at races, going mental at the bike park, or performing the wildest stunts, our downhill bikes are gravity-oriented machines that have been designed for rough terrain and massive jumps. The TUES gets the most out of you and you’ll easily master doubles, drops, and tables.

    The TUES can take quite some punishment, but you should make sure to thoroughly check your bike for possible damage after every ride and to take good care of it. This includes regular maintenance of the suspension fork, shock absorbers, and bearings. If you keep to the maintenance schedule, you will enjoy your bike for a long time.

    Want to climb uphill? Check out the CAPRA!

    Warning! The maneuvers shown were done with professional riders on a closed course. Please do not attempt.

    The bikes pictured may differ in certain details from the stock model and may feature optional equipment available at extra cost. Any information about delivery, appearance, dimensions and weights of bikes is provided without obligation and is subject to errors as well as printing and typing mistakes; furthermore we reserve the right to make any changes. No rights can be derived from incorrect information.