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Ari Delano Peak Adds More Travel, New Suspension, Same Frame

2024 ari delano peak trail mountain bike with longer travel rear in a factory
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The Ari Delano Peak trail bike is getting a little boost thanks to its metric shock standard and the new Rockshox suspension that just launched.

By mounting a slightly longer-stroke rear, the Delano Peak goes to 142mm rear travel, up from 135mm. It keeps the 150mm forks, so there are no changes to geometry, just a 5% gain in rear travel. Meaning, you can replace the 210×50 rear shock on your existing Delano Peak with a 210×55 and get the extra travel, too.

Three new complete bike builds are offered with the longer travel, plus a frameset:

2024 ari delano peak comp

Delano Peak Comp ($3,899)
DVO Diamond 36 D1 SL/ Topaz Gen 3, Shimano SLX Drivetrain, TRP Slate EVO Brakes, and E-thirteen Sylvan Core wheels.

2024 ari delano peak elite

Delano Peak Elite ($4,899)
Rockshox Charger 3.1 Lyrik Ultimate/Super Deluxe Ultimate, Shimano XT Drivetrain, Shimano XT 4-piston brakes, and DT Swiss M 1900 Spline wheels.

2024 ari delano peak pro

Delano Peak Pro ($5,899)
Rockshox Charger 3.1 Lyrik Ultimate/Super Deluxe Ultimate, SRAM GX Transmission, SRAM Maven Silver, and DT Swiss XM 1700 Spline wheels.

2024 ari delano peak frameset

Delano Peak Frameset ($2,299)
Includes Rockshox Charger 3.1 Super Deluxe Ultimate shock.

All prices are MSRP, but all complete bikes are $300-$400 off MSRP at time of posting.

AriBikes.com

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JMV
JMV
1 month ago

Ugg AI imagery in the bike industry now?

Grillis
Grillis
1 month ago
Reply to  JMV

Where is there AI? The headline image is just photoshopped, albeit with questionable scale for the location. It’s nothing new though.

Astro_Kraken
Astro_Kraken
1 month ago
Reply to  Grillis

It’s his first time looking at bikes. Cut him some slack.

Dan
Dan
1 month ago

Really interesting to see that they chose Maven brakes for a trail bike. I have been wondering if this would work well or not for my bike. Probably would as I am a bigger rider but feel that smaller riders might have issues getting enough heat into the brakes.

JNH
JNH
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan

Getting enough heat into a steel rotored MTB brake won’t be an issue for anyone. There’s not much thermal mass even on a 220mm disc and steel brakes work acceptably from cold anyway.

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