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Cotic Updates the SolarisMAX All Mountain Hardtail

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Cotic Updates the SolarisMAX All Mountain Hardtail

Next month, Cotic will have the new SolarisMAX in stock. While the geometry is only receiving a minor update – a 0.5deg steeper seat angle per size – the biggest update comes in its cargo capacity. More bosses have been added to the downtube, all at 64mm centers. This allows more versatile luggage and water options, as you can now carry two bottles on the down tube (as before), or a bottle with Anything Cage 3 boss mount style luggage, or just one bottle high up the tube within easy reach. You can also add a Cotic custom shaped frame bag for bikepacking.

Head to Cotic to reserve your SolarisMAX and to see more info.

Cotic’s New BFeMax 29er Hardtail

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Cotic’s New BFeMax 29er Hardtail

Like their 27.5 Bfe hardtail, the Cotic BFeMax is a trail-ready hardtail, just built around 29er x 2.6″ wheels and a massive, 160mm fork. The strength of this frame relies on trusty Reynolds 853 for the downtube and Cotic’s signature detailing, including their plate brake bridge, triple triangle seat tube cluster, and oversized tubing.

The geometry is progressive but still very moderate compared to where other companies have taken MTB geo over the years.

These bikes look great, so hop on over to Cotic to see more details.

Cotic’s BFe ‘Burly Iron’ Hardtail

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Cotic’s BFe ‘Burly Iron’ Hardtail

Cotic’s BFe is their veritable do-it-all hardtail trail shredder. The BFe can be built with a 120-160mm fork, 26″x3″ or 27.5″ x 2.6″ tires, with completes starting at £1799 or £549 with 148mm Syntace X-12 thru-axle, Seat QR, chainstay protector, and all your hose clips and parts. The BFe is the UK brand’s answer for a versatile hardtail. See more at Cotic.

The Cotic Flare is Made in the UK

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The Cotic Flare is Made in the UK

The Flare is a 125mm travel, 27.5″ wheeled, light and lively trail bike, new to the Cotic lineup and with the announcement today, came the news that these bikes will be predominantly built in the UK. If you’re as intrigued as I am, head to Cotic to read all about it.