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In 2020, LAST introduced the TARVO, claiming it was the lightest enduro bike in the world . Today, it announces the TARVO V2, which offers more travel, a redesigned rear triangle, updated carbon layups, and still claims to be the lightest enduro bike available. The LAST TARVO V2 is handmade in Germany and is a limited-edition bike with only 100 frames slated for production per year.
The TARVO V2 is a clean-looking machine with some unique touches and a lot of potential versatility. Many riders will notice the lack of a traditional pivot in the rear end, which has been replaced by a flex pivot. What your eyes won’t see is the modular frame design; by swapping the rocker arm, the TARVO V2 can run 29-inch or mixed wheels, but also morph itself to match three other bikes in LAST’s lineup. On top of that TARVO V2 build kits are widely customizable, right down to the paint job. LAST TARVO V2 Frame Details
The new TARVO V2 offers 160 mm of rear travel with 29-inch wheels or 170 mm with a 27.5-inch rear wheel. The updated frame can now run up to 180mm forks (170 mm or 180 mm is recommended). The frame accepts Trunnion-mounted 205x65mm rear shocks, and they’re compatible with RockShox, Fox, EXT, and Intend shocks. Other rear shocks may work but must be checked for frame clearance. Of course, the most […]
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