Forbidden has added a new top-of-the-range Dreadnought Enduro Bike to its line-up in the form of the Dreadnought XO T-Type, featuring the new SRAM Eagle Transmission and SRAM Code Stealth Ultimate Brakes. It retails at $9,999 CAD – that’s $1,999 CAD more expensive than the next most expensive build; the Dreadnought GX LTD Team that features the SRAM GX Eagle Mechanical Drivetrain and SRAM Code R Brakes.
Here we take a quick look at the latest Enduro Bike to sport the SRAM Eagle Transmission, with info on pricing worldwide.
Forbidden Dreadnought XO T-Type
The Dreadnought XO T-Type is one of the very first enduro bikes, if not the actual first, to boast the SRAM Transmission and Code Stealth Ultimate Brakes. That new-ness has been exhaustively covered, so let’s see what else you get when you hand over $8,499 USD.
The Dreadnought’s 154mm of rear wheel travel is damped by a RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Air Shock, paired with a 170mm RockShox Zeb Ultimate Fork. The Code Stealth Ultimate Brakes, with the 4-Piston Caliper, Carbon Lever Blade and Titanium Hardware, are paired with the SRAM HS2 Rotors – 200mm front and rear.
A Crankbrothers Synthesis Enduro Wheelset, rocking rims with a front- and rear-specific tune, roll on a Maxxis Assegai EXO+ Maxx Grip and Minion DHRII EXO+ MaxxTerra pairing.
Pricing & Availability
The Forbidden Dreadnought XO T-Type is available to order now, only through Forbidden’s network of dealers. It retails at $9,999 CAD / $8,499 USD / £8,399 / 9,599 €.