To look at things from a new perspective, to be courageous and break new ground, to improve and develop, to start a new chapter – that was our vision for the new Tyee. With the 2020 Tyee we have completely reimagined our Enduro bike. The ideas and experience gained over the course of the last six years have shaped its development. The result is a bike that matches the definition of an Enduro bike by 100%: a versatile and balanced mountain bike that sets new standards on the climbs and descents alike.
With its low weight and stiff carbon frame, the new Tyee CF is a powerful and effective climber that’s a full-on beast on the descents thanks to its progressive geometry and full Bikepark rating.
The new Tyee CF is our Next Level Performance Enduro!
Frame concept and PRO10
With his mission to develop the best frame concept, Robert Krauss laid the foundation for Propain 12 years ago and the PRO10 suspension system is the quintessence. It has been the heart of our Propain frames ever since and we trust in it 100%. The new Tyee features the latest evolution of the Pro10 system with the shock integrated in the front triangle. Don’t be fooled by the new looks, the good old Pro10 characteristics remain whilst further improving pedaling efficiency and weight balance.
We believe that a great carbon bike is not made from a single kind of carbon material but from a blend of high-end carbon materials. If we would only use one kind of carbon material on the complete frame, we wouldn’t be able to make use of the various properties carbon raw materials do offer. On Propain bikes different resin-impregnated (prepreg) carbon layers are combined to a unique blend that is best suited for the job at a certain location on the frame. Depending on the requirements for stiffness, flexibility, impact resistance, weight, strength or stress direction, different fibres and cloths are used. Propain only blends the best of the best into their bike frames; prepreg material that is also used for airplane fuselages, wings and many other applications you trust in, probably with not even knowing about it.
Internal routing with channel
Internal cable routing became a standard for modern bikes. It is the smartest, safest and, above all, the cleanest way to route the cables. We are taking this to a new level by equipping the carbon frames with internal cable channels in which the cables run. This makes the fitting super easy and any cable noise in the frame is eliminated.
|Bikeyoke Revive 125||73,5||75,5||77,5||79,5|
|Kind Shock Lev 125||74,5||76,5||78,5||80,5|
|Fox Transfer 125||75,5||77,5||79,5||81,5|
|Bikeyoke Revive 160 / Kinds Shock Lev 150||77,0||79,0||81,0||83,0|
|Fox Transfer 150||78,0||80,0||82,0||84,0|
|Shock length||210 mm|
|Shock travel||55 mm|
|Shock bushings||Top: 8 x 35 mm / Bottom: 8 x 30 mm|
|Travel (Frame)||160 mm|
|Bottom bracket BSA||73 mm|
|Brake mount (Frame)||Postmount 180|
|Seatpost diameter||31,6 mm|
|Headset (S.H.I.S.)||Top: ZS49 / Bottom: ZS56|
|Rear wheel axle||148 mm x 12 mm (X12)|
|Chainline||52 mm (Boost)|
|Chainguide mount||ISCG 05|
|Wheel size||29" / 27,5"|
|Maximum fork travel||170 mm|
|Frame weight||2,7 kg (Size M)|
|Size M||Size L||Size XL|
|Frame height (A)||440 mm / 17,5″||460 mm / 18,5″||480 mm / 19,5″|
|Wheelbase (M)||1.228 mm||1.253 mm||1.275 mm|
|Top tube length (J)||595 mm||618 mm||640 mm|
|Fork offset (B)||42 mm||42 mm||42 mm|
|Fork length (C)||585 mm||585 mm||585 mm|
|Chainstay length (L)||445 mm||445 mm||445 mm|
|Reach (E)||451 mm||471 mm||491 mm|
|Stack (F)||630 mm||639 mm||648 mm|
|Head angle (G)||64,5°||64,5°||64,5°|
|Seat angle – real (H)||73,5°||73,5°||73,5°|
|Seat angle – effektiv (I)||77,1°||77,1°||77,1°|
|Head tube length (D)||105 mm||115 mm||125 mm|
|BB offset (K)||26 mm||26 mm||26 mm|