With 200 mm of front and rear travel on a rocker link frame, the Boot'r is right at home floating huge airs and drops or pushing through the most technical downhill terrain as fast as possible. Taking feedback from our athletes, such as Greg Watts, we've narrowed the linkage slightly and shortened the chainstays for a more maneuverable, responsive ride.
Frame Tectonic T2 aluminum
Fork RockShox Boxxer aluminum steerer 20 x 110 mm Maxle Lite 200 mm travel
Crank Samox 36T
Chain KMC X10-1
Bottom Bracket Samox external 2-piece threaded 73 mm shell
Shifters Shimano SL-M640 10
Rear Cog Sunrace 10-speed 11-28T Sunrace
Rear Derailleur Shimano RD-M640 ZEE
Rims WTB ST Light i35 aluminum double wall 35 mm ID 32H tubeless compatible
Front Hub Xposure aluminum sealed-bearing 20 x 110 mm thru axle 32H 6-bolt
Rear Hub Xposure aluminum sealed-bearing 12 x 150 mm 32H 6-bolt
Spokes 14G, stainless steel
Tires Schwalbe Magic Mary 27.5" x 2.6" in folding bead SnakeSkin sidewall
Pedals Xposure DH aluminum
Brakes Tektro Slate T4
Brake Levers Tektro Slate T4
Handlebar Xposure double-butted aluminum 800 x 25 x 35 mm clamp
Stem Xposure aluminum direct connect 50 mm 15° 35 mm clamp
Headset Threadless ZS44/ZS56 sealed cartridge
Seat Post Xposure aluminum 250 mm zero offset 31.6 mm
Saddle WTB Hightail steel rails
Grips Xposure Kraton lock-on
Sizes SM, MD, LG
Extras E-Thirteen chain guide
Geometry & Sizing
Free Floating Technology suspension allows the rear shock to float with the rocker link and the rear triangle. Traditional
shock mounts are hard mounted, meaning the rear shock engages when the rocker link is activated. With the FFT suspension system both the chain stays and rocker link engage the shock and move fluidly. This allows Mongoose to fine-tune the suspension to offer a supple and progressive feel for the rider.
Our internal cable routing system feeds cables through the bike frame keeping them protected from stray branches along the trail and any other bumps or snags the bike could come into contact with along the way. Inserts plug openings in the frame to keep water and debris out while firmly holding cables in place.
We’ve extended the top tubes and decreased the length of our stems on our trail and all-mountain models
positioning the rider perfectly in relation to the wheelbase for the most balanced riding position possible. Shorter stems allow
the effective reach to remain the same when combined with the lengthened top tube, all while providing more responsive steering.
T2 Tectonic Aluminum
Aviation technology in a bicycle frame. With a 50% increase in strength and 30% decrease in weight when compared to our T1 aluminum, Tectonic T2 aluminum brings aircraft quality to your ride without compromising on overall frame stiffness.