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Nuno's Bike of the Day via VitalMTB

Hey nice bike Nuno!

This is Nuno's Hunter RR SX with some custom parts make for an exciting Enduro machine. 170mm of rear travel combined with the well balanced MPS2 suspension. Seek,  Destroy and Shred!

Check out the full specs over at VitalMTB

MSC Hunter

2 years developing the new MPS2 platform. Thousands of hours prototyping and testing.  10 years of Constant Evolution.

This is the new MSC Hunter!

The Hunter is a bike which has been dialed for Enduro and All-Mountain riding, its uniqueness comes from its its all-round versatility and perfectly refined 170mm of rear suspension travel that provides air-shock sensitivity that challenges coil spring performance. A rear suspension that competes with the big hit performance of taller travel bikes combined with excellent climbing efficiency. A heavily hydro-formed tubeset not only flows in perfect geometry, but provides huge stiffness through the trickiest terrain. The super stiff rear swing arm has been optimised to be extremely resistant through the fastest berms and let you descend the roughest descents in confidence.


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"It's absorption abilities go beyond many, many downhill bikes equipped with the latest rear shocks" "It's something that you will not believe if you do not try it"


Available in 2 sizes, short and long

Frame weight: 3,550 grams

Features: MPS2, Internal cable routing, ISCG05 tabs, Direct mount FD

Rear Shock: Fox RP23 High Volume Boost Valve

Available in 3 build specs Hunter RR, Hunter R and the base Hunter. Also available as a frameset. (Limited time intro pricing $2999.00 Frameset, inc headset and seat clamp + FOX RP23 HV BV + RS Lyrik R fork)

So, what are you waiting for?

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MSC Hunter ridden!

The MSC Hunter was built from the ground up to conquer the European Enduro racing format, 170mm of rear wheel travel, super stiff chassis and super balanced suspension that climbs as well as it descends - perfect for Australian trails. This is not a "hardened" up XC/Trail bike either, the Hunter has been engineered from feedback from some of the best DH and Freeride riders of the last decade.

After testing riding the new Hunter, Javi Echavarria writes about the new MSC Hunter - which sums up how the Hunter performs in the real life.

"It's been long time I wanted a bicycle like this. Climbing and reaching every corner of our mountains to seize the most technical downhill areas and really speed it up.

Suspensions are super balanced and sometimes do not seem to have 170mm of travel behind you ... but a lot more. Berms are very easy to pass through, because the swingarm is very stiff and geometry is also very well designed to adapt the bike to the pedaling sections or to the climbing ones, as in the downhill tracks.

Rising up or down the adjust seat post on my own, adjusting the travel of your fork or setting the Pro Pedal compression of the rear shock gives the rider many options on the ride.

Next year I'm planning a trip to Whistler and if I had no choice but to take a single bicycle for this trip, no doubt, I would choose the Hunter as a single bike you can pedal on very long trails or descend on the most demanding bikepark tracks. "

MSC Hunter RR - With Mavic Crossmax SX wheels

MSC Hunter RR - With Mavic Crossmax SX wheels

MSC Hunter

During the last two years MSC Bikes engineers have worked hard on developing a new suspension system that offers more sensitivity using air-shocks, reaching coil spring shock responsiveness. The Hunter has 170mm of super plush rear travel, climbs like a mountain goat but can hammer the downhills like a bike with more travel.

We never leave out the small details, we have included internal cable routing, heavily hydro-formed tubing, a super stiff micro-link to prevent lateral flex and increase rear shock performance, ISCG5 tabs, Direct Mount front mech and MSC's own telescopic seat post. So what are you waiting for? The Hunter will inspire you!