Nice and clean: The Decree uses internal cable routing and has
the ability to run mechanical or Di2 drivetrains without the need
of any special parts. In the event riders want to run an electronic
drivetrain, the Decree does come with an internal battery mount.
Flip it: Adjustable geometries have become very popular,
especially when it comes to trail and enduro bikes. The Flip Chips
allow riders to change the bottom bracket height and head angle
by simply flipping the inserts in the linkage. We rode the bike in
the slackest setting with a 67-degree head angle.
All-new lines: There’s plenty of American muscle built into this bike. With 140 millimeters of travel in the rear and 150 millimeters in
the front, along with adjustable geometry, the Decree will go just about anywhere. The FAST carbon rear triangle is molded in the sag
position, which requires the seatstays to be preloaded before installing the shock. This keeps the rear suspension lively and active on
the most technical sections.