Friday, February 15th, 2019
Introducing the new Nukeproof DISSENT.
You don’t always have to agree to follow convention and the masses. We at Nukeproof have always chosen to do things our own way, in our own time and style. After nearly 7 years of using our highly successful Fallout linkage, the new DISSENT takes on a completely new linkage platform design. The new DISSENT platform was originally conceived by our engineers as a concept to test several leverage curve theories.
However, turning the theory into practise created something much better than expected, and the prototype won on its international debut at Crankworx festival’s Garbanzo Downhill race with Sam Hill. We’re proud to introduce the Nukeproof DISSENT, which will be coming to Nukeproof retailers soon. Full geometry information and key features of the DISSENT will be announced in due course.
2019 marks our return to the full time Downhill World Cup and a new partnership with Mr Gas to Flat; Adam Brayton & HOPE Factory Racing. After initial testing with our prototype, Adam was really positive and we are super happy to partner with the UK Downhill Series champion and support his assault on the UCI World Cup. HOPE have built the Nukeproof DISSENT frame up to be one of the trickiest custom factory bikes out there.
Adam Brayton’s 2019 Nukeproof Dissent:
Adam’s first impressions have been super positive. Full details such as delivery times and a full geometry will follow shortly.
Until then, feast your eyes on Adam’s latest World Cup challenger.
Thanks to Elite Refinishing for the paint work and Slik Graphics for the decals.
Photo: C/O HOPE Technology