Adding to the growing deluge of new bikes this week, Polygon just launched the bigger brother to the Siskiu T. The new Siskiu N builds on the success of the aluminum trail bike, and goes bigger and slacker to enter the world of enduro.
Sticking with an aluminum frame, the Siskiu N uses a faux bar linkage, though it has a unique arrangement at the shock mount. From the looks of it, the seat stay is one piece into the lower shock mount, and the rocker link pivot is hidden inside the stay.
Also like the Siskiu T, the N uses the Polygon Wheel Fit Size System which means the small and medium frames will have 27.5″ wheels and 170mm of travel, and the medium, large, and extra large sizes will roll on 29″ wheels with 160mm of travel. Ride a medium? Then you get to choose which wheel size you’d rather ride. Both wheel sizes revolve around a 65.5º head tube angle and 75º seat tube angle.
Available in two different builds, the Nine and the Eight, both frames feature internal cable routing, Boost 148mm spacing, threaded bottom brackets, and 1x SRAM Eagle drivetrains. Pricing starts at just $2,699 for the Eight and $2,999 for the Nine.