• Kodiak 130

    5.942 

    gearbox *

    drivetrain *

    wheelset *

    brakes *

    tubeless *

    handlebar *

    stem length *

    saddle *

    pedals *

    remarks

    Let us know if you have a special request for your bike.

    lead time

    Estimated delivery on 11 July - 1 August, 2024

    buying online

    * If you live outside of mainland Europe, we will need to send you the Smart.Shift battery separately. This is due to transport and insurance issues we face if the battery is assembled into the frame. As soon as you receive the bike, you can dismount the Pinion gearbox, connect and insert the battery in the frame and mount the Pinion back on. We will give you instructions and support.

    Additional information

    color

    limestone satin, ice satin, clay satin, terracotta satin, olive satin, stillwater satin, basalt satin

    size

    MD, LG, XL

    specifications

    frame

    material: high mod carbon fiber

    coating: two-component, 3 layer system, by hand in Europe

    bearings: sealed double row ball bearings, sealed max ball bearings and self lubricating bronze graphite bearings.

    assembly: full quality control and frame assembly in house by Instinctiv

    rear travel: 130 mm

    rear brake: 180 mm post mount.

    weight

    14,6 kg**

    fork

    Fox Float 34 Factory Series
    140 mm travel
    GRIP2, 15QRx110, 44 mm rake

    shock

    Fox Factory Float DPS 185×50 trunnion
    2 position adjustment

    drivetrain

    standard: Pinion C1.9 gearbox, 9 gears, 568% range, 166 mm Q factor. Optional additions to this drivetrain are trigger shifting and a carbon belt drive.

    optional: Pinion C1.12 gearbox, 12 gears, 600% range, 166 mm Q factor. Optional additions to this drivetrain are trigger shifting and a carbon belt drive.

    brakes

    standard Magura MT Trail Sport 1-finger HC lever, with 4 piston front caliper and 2 piston rear caliper
    optional Magura MT7 PRO 1-finger lever with reach adjust, with 4 piston front caliper and 4 piston rear caliper


    203 mm Storm HC front disc
    180 mm Storm HC rear disc

    front wheel

    standard: aluminum 29″ DT Swiss E1900 Spline, 110×15 BOOST, ISO 6 bolt, black

    optional: aluminum 29″ Industry Nine 1/1 Enduro S, 110×15 BOOST, ISO 6 bolt, black

    optional: carbon 29″ Industry Nine Hydra Enduro Carbon, 110×15 BOOST, ISO 6 bolt, black

    rear wheel

    optional: aluminum 29″ DT Swiss E1900 Spline, 148×12 BOOST, ISO 6 bolt, black

    optional: aluminum 29″ Industry Nine 1/1 Enduro S, 148×12 BOOST, ISO 6 bolt, black

    optional: carbon 29″ Industry Nine Hydra Enduro Carbon, 148×12 BOOST, ISO 6 bolt, black

    through axle: DT Swiss RWS 148×12 (X12), with detachable lever, HWQASM00S2035S

    tires

    Maxxis Dissector 29 x 2.40 WT

    Maxxis Dissector 29 x 2.40 WT

    cockpit

    standard handlebar: Raceface Turbine R35 alloy / 8° backsweep / 20mm rise

    optional handlebar: Beast UD riser / 8° backsweep / 25mm rise

    grips: Ergon GE1 MTB Enduro Evo or GA2 black grips

    stem: 77Designz One Piece Stem 35 mm or 45 mm

    seatpost

    Fox Transfer Factory dropper post with Fox Transfer lever
    size M: standard 150 mm, optional 125 mm

    size L: standard 150 mm, optional 125 mm

    size XL: standard 150 mm, optional 175 mm

    The 150 mm dropper post will not fully insert into the frame on a size M.

    The 175 mm dropper post will not fully insert into the frame on a size XL.

    rider weight

    120kg / 264lb
    This maximum weight limit includes the rider weight plus gear and luggage (helmet, clothing, backpack, luggage carrier, etc.). Make sure to adhere to your suspension manufacturer’s recommended weight limits, as they may have lower weight limits.

    geometry

    MD

    LG

    XL

    • your length (cm)
    • 165 - 180
    • 178 - 190
    • 188 - 205
    • stack
    • reach
    • top tube
    • head tube angle
    • head tube
    • seat tube angle
    • seat tube
    • chainstay
    • wheelbase
    • bb drop
    • bb height
    • standover height
    • 613
    • 455
    • 604
    • 64.8 °
    • 110
    • 76.3 °
    • 430
    • 445
    • 1224
    • 28
    • 344
    • 694
    • 622
    • 489
    • 641
    • 64.8 °
    • 120
    • 76.3 °
    • 460
    • 445
    • 1262
    • 28
    • 344
    • 724
    • 635
    • 521
    • 677
    • 64.8 °
    • 135
    • 76.2 °
    • 460
    • 445
    • 1301
    • 28
    • 344
    • 723
    • min. seat height*
    • max. seat height*
    • max. insertion depth
    • 633
    • 733
    • 228
    • 688
    • 818
    • 258
    • 688
    • 818
    • 258

    All sizes are given in millimeters, unless stated otherwise.
    * with a saddle stack of 40mm, a dropper post of 125 mm for size medium and a dropper post of 150 mm for sizes large and extra large.

    size

    body height

    Stand straight with your back against a wall and place a book on your head. Make sure the book is parallel with the floor and at right angles to the wall, touching the wall. Make a mark on the wall with tape and measure the distance between the bottom of the book and the floor.

    leg length

    Stand straight up with your back against a wall. Take a book and tuck it between your legs. Pull up the book, simulating the pressure of sitting on a bike saddle. Make a mark on the wall with tape and measure the distance between the top of the book and the ground.

    kinematics

    progressive

    The Kodiak 130 has a progressive suspension character. This way the suspension is supple and sensitive around sag, yet big hit capable. Plush with little risk of bottoming out. How progressive a bike is depends primarily on the regression of the leverage ratio.

    We tested prototypes with various leverage curves and found the sweet spot: a leverage ratio that decreases by 15% throughout the bikes’ travel.

    If you want the suspension to be even more progressive there is the option of adding extra volume spacers in the shock. This is something we tweak when we set up the bike for you, based on your weight and where you plan to ride.

    efficient

    Mountain bikes from major brands tend to be advertised with a single anti-squat percentage. What they don’t tell you is they can suffer from vastly different anti-squat values when shifting down the cassette. We have measured deviations up to 75%.

    The Kodiak 130 has a anti-squat value of around 115% at sag across all gears thanks to our chainline not being affected by gear shifts.

    So, why 115% anti-squat? In short this compensates for 100% of pedal bob induced by the pedal torque and another 15% to account for your body movement on the bike.

    Anti-squat values come down throughout the bikes’ travel: from more than 120% down to less than 90%. This way our team crafted a very efficient yet lively suspension platform.

    fully active

    The Kodiak 130 benefits from very little pedal kickback. Especially at high speed, in heavier gears kickback is negligible.

    This is a major benefit because it means the suspension remains fully active and sensitive during quick descends, even when pedaling.

    We achieved this thanks to a combination of our integrated gearbox and compact kinematics with limited chain growth.

    sensitive

    Anti-rise levels are optimal at 90 to 100% throughout the bikes’ suspension travel.

    This means that brake forces accurately compensate for any mass transfer during deceleration. Not only at sag-point but at any point throughout the bikes’ travel.

    In effect this stops you and the bike from tilting excessively forward under hard braking. At the same time levels around 100% still allow the suspension to remain active and sensitive throughout your braking zone.

    This way you won’t feel like you’re on a hardtail once you approach some brake bumps.

    smooth

    The Kodiak 130 is designed to offer a near vertical initial axle-path. A vertical or rearward axle path improves the suspension’s smoothness.

    When the vectors from trail obstacles and the wheel path are more in line this results in the suspension being compressed rather than the bike being ‘held back’.

    The favorable axle path is a result of the patented Puma kinematic platform and its very compact rocker layout. 

    leverage ratio

    anti rise

    axle path

    anti squat

    pedal kickback

    configuration

    C1.9 gearbox

    Enduro riders love the pure efficiency of the 9-speed gearbox. The C1.9 is optimized for applications where larger gear steps and efficient shifting are a priority. Number of gears: 9, range: 568%, step size: 24.3%, weight: 2000 grams.

    C1.12 gearbox

    The C1.12 gearbox is the shifting system for trail riders with 12 finely stepped gears which offer an outstanding range and unique shifting comfort. Number of gears: 12, range: 600%, step size: 17.7%, weight: 2100 grams.

    grip shifter

    Light, efficient and ergonomically very good. Developed with Ergon. Great for shifting up and down multiple gears at once.

    trigger shifter

    Fast, precise and very close to what you are used to. Allows intuitive single upshift and double downshifts.

    magura MT Trail Sport

    It has the braking power of an MT5 and the modulation of an MT8.

    The new 1-finger HC aluminium lever blade has been ergonomically optimised and is now also suitable for riders with somewhat smaller hands.

    Thanks to its modified geometry it can be ridden closer to the handlebars, resulting in increased control and more comfort on long descents.

    magura MT7 pro

    The Carbotecture SL brake master consists of a composite material made of polymers and embedded carbon fibres. This combination makes the brake master light and extremely resistant.

    The MT7 Pro’s one-piece 4-piston caliper is made of forged aluminium. This manufacturing method gives the caliper its extraordinary degree of rigidity, making the MT7 Pro one of the strongest and most easily-modulated brakes on the market. With tolless reach adjust.


    raceface turbine alloy

    Dialed in to fit your modern riding style and set-up, the Turbine R is a rad all-mountain handlebar with an aggressive riding position and a killer strength to weight ratio.. With 8° backsweep and 20mm rise.

    beast ud carbon

    Lighter, tougher, better. The excellent balance of flexibility, vibration damping and robustness ensures precise steering response and the ultimate on-trail experience. With 8° backsweep and 25mm rise.

    E1900 spline

    Get all the focus you need for your Enduro debut moment with this DT Swiss wheel. A proven aluminum rim, a Ratchet LN freehub system and hand-laced steel spokes provide the reliability required from an Enduro wheel.

    1/1 enduro s

    Hailing from the iconic Industry Nine Enduro product family, versatility is the name of the game with the Enduro S Series. Built with a 30.5mm inner rim width, 1/1 Enduro S yields the rider double black pedigree, meanwhile capable of handling all day epics without complaint.

    hydra enduro s carbon

    The Industry Nine Hydra S Carbon series pairs the legendary performance of the flagship Hydra hub with the S Series chassis and modern carbon technology.

    ergon smc for men

    Comfort and dynamic response as an unbeatable combination. You’re comfortable in every position and ready to put the pedal to the metal. Leave saddle discomfort in the dust and enjoy the trails with the SMC Men Sport Gel.

    ergon smc for women

    An extra-thick orthopedic foam and anatomic gel pads reduce pressure points when seated while the women’s specific relief channel prevents soft-tissue numbness and pain.

    crankbrothers stamp 1 gen 2 large

    The new Stamp 1 Gen 2 builds upon the Stamp legacy with a true concave body design for enhanced on-trail confidence.

    crankbrothers stamp 3 large

    Size specific magnesium platform pedal provides optimal shoe/pedal interface.

    crankbrothers stamp 7 large

    Pro-level concave platform pedal provides optimal shoe/pedal interface.

    crankbrothers mallet e

    The ultimate pedal for enduro racing, with integrated traction pad technology.

    colors

    Colors may appear different on your screen. Not all selection options are reflected and updated in the image representing the bike.

    lead time

    Standard lead time for a full bike is about 8 - 10 weeks to build and prepare for shipping. The mentioned estimated delivery date is based on the idea that you order and pay within 2 - 3 days. The estimated delivery dates are calculated to the best of our knowledge, but might change if we recieve parts later than expected.

    factory outlet bikes

    If you order a bike from our factory outlet, then we will do another quality check and prepare for packing. This means that your bike will be ready for shipment in a couple of days. If you order your factory outlet bike with an option, like Smart.Shift, carbon wheelset or belt drive, the lead time will be longer.

    smart.shift

    If you live outside of mainland Europe, we will need to send you the Smart.Shift battery separately. This is due to transport and insurance issues we face if the battery is assembled into the frame. As soon as you receive the bike, you can dismount the Pinion gearbox, connect and insert the battery in the frame and mount the Pinion back on. We will give you instructions and support.

    weight

    Approx weight based on the lightest configuration in size L, with the lightest drive train, without pedals.