The Camber 29 is just begging to become someone's first trail tool. It's versatile, durable, and ready to be thrown up and down the trails over and over again. Fast handling is matched by its climbing efficiency, while the hardwearing and reliable components package won't let you down, either.
The S-Works Camber 29 represents a new way of thinking about trail bikes, giving the handling and cushion required for challenging trails without compromising on near XC climbing ability. Think of it as a "do-anything" trail bike that's fully equipped with SWAT™ storage and a superlative build kit.
Think of the Camber Comp 29 as a multi-tool, packed with what you'll need in any situation. At the top of the trail, it's fast handling and fun. And on the way back up, it climbs without wasteful suspension sag. Plus, it's built with rugged, hardwearing SRAM components and powerful Shimano brakes.
In the pursuit of speed, all trails lead to Camber. We designed it to be the ultimate speed-loving trail bike, which means that having equal efficiency both up and down the trail is an absolute must. To make sure of it, Cambers feature our fully active & independent FSR suspension with our Position-Sensitive Brain technology. So if your rides see you going big and going fast, the Camber is tailor-made for you.
Our Camber Comp Carbon 29 is a "no-sacrifices" trail bike with fast-rolling 29er wheels, rigidly efficient climbing capability, and 120mm of travel to look after you on the way down the trail. And this is all amplified by dependable build kit that includes a lauded SRAM one-by drivetrain.
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When sheer speed and trail prowess are the names of the game, look no further than our Camber Pro Carbon 29. It blends all of the trail bike characteristics that you want with the XC climbing ability that you need.
Full-blown, big suspension trail bikes are cool, but they get uncool pretty fast when it's time to ride them up the trail. With the large rolling stock found on the Camber Expert Carbon 29, however, you'll be moving with maximum efficiency uphill with enough travel leftover to tear the descent.