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All-new Nukeproof Dissent DH bike sends Adam Brayton downhill real fast – updated

Nukeproof-Dissent-2019-Adam-Brayton-Downhill-mtb-mountain-bike-Hope-TechnologyAdam Brayton's new Nukeproof Dissent
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After teasing us with a proto at Crankworx Whistler last year, and then under the Pulse name in December, Nukeproof have finally named their new DH rig, the Dissent. After almost 7 years of using a 3-stage Fallout linkage on the Nukeproof Pulse, the new Dissent takes on a new linkage design platform. The new suspension set up was originally conceived by the Nukeproof engineers as a concept for easy testing of several leverage curve theories.

Nukeproof Dissent Downhill Mountain Bike

Adam Brayton’s new Nukeproof Dissent

Turning the theory into practise created something much better than they expected and the prototype took Sam Hill to the top step at the Crankworx Garbanzo Downhill race on its international debut.

Nukeproof-Dissent-2019-Adam-Brayton-Downhill-mtb-mountain-bike-Hope-Technology-gas-to-flatNukeproof will return to the Downhill World Cup this season with Mr Gas to Flat, Adam Brayton, riding the new Dissent with a full suite of beautiful Hope Technology componentry. The Hope Factory racing team rider is the current UK Downhill Series Champion with last season’s best World Cup result at Val di Sole, placing 13th.


Details on the new Dissent are pretty thin on the ground just now but we are promised a more comprehensive low down shortly, with full geometry information. The Nukeproof Dissent will be coming to retailers “sometime soon”. Hang in there folks. In the meantime, have a good old ogle.

Ohlins shock provides 200 mm of travel

2019 Nukeproof Dissent Adam Brayton Downhill mtb mountain bike Hope Technology gas-to-flat

Update: The design does look to retain the same single pivot suspension layout that we saw in December’s prototype, even with the revised alloy yoke. Also that main pivot remains offset in its mount to the frame, suggesting that geometry fine-tuning adjustment will be a part of the final bike, not something that was simply a part of the development prototype.


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5 years ago

Surprised Hope didn’t craft him a frame for DH, now that they have carbon manufacture in house with the HB160 and HB140. Maybe carbon isn’t the best for DH, this is a nice ride to be sure and I would love to own but its way too aggressive for anything I am likely to ride.

5 years ago
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That’s probably more money than Hope are willing to spend when Nukeproof have a bike and a sponsorship budget available, plus it would take man hours away from the two existing HB models.

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