Roost Nero Aggressive Hardtail: Raw Ti and Black
She’s classic, paired back but you just know she rips when let loose. This classic build has some race inspired components complimenting the natural beauty of brushed raw titanium to make a fast bike that turns heads without being loud.
Roost Nero Aggressive Hardtail 2021 model in large with 27.5″ rear end and sliding dropouts.
13.6kg with pedals.
Running Roost Titanium 30mm riser bars cut to 750mm with a Roost Dominator 35mm stem in titanium. Sram GX shifter, Magura Trail MT with Carbotecture carbon levers. Ergon GE1 EVO Lock On Grips – Factory Frozen Black.
Running Gear and Brakes
SRAM GX derailleur, cassette, chain and cranks spinning in a SRAM DUB 73mm BSA bottom bracket. Magura MT Trail brakes with Storm HC rotors running 203mm front and 180mm rear.
Cane Creek Helm Air MkII 29″ set to 140mm travel.
Roost Nero Carbon rims in 29″ with 31mm ID. Wrapped in Maxxis rubber with a DHF 2.5″ Max Grip front and DHRII 2.6″ Max Terra rear. The rear is also sporting a Tannus Armour tyre insert. Both wheels are rolling on Roost Hubs with 114 teeth, 6 Pawls and 5.2 degree engagement.
Pedals, Dropper, Saddle
Oneup Components 180mm dropper with remote and a WTB saddle. Black Roost Nero pedals keeping the riders feet where they need to be.
Comments from the Owner
“This bike was my first hardtail in a long time. Coming from long travel dualies and an XC full suspension bike, I only thought this would just be a good way to improve my skill and make me faster on the dual suspension bikes. I was so wrong. I blew all of my times out of the water on the gnarliest trails after only 3 rides. This bike changed the way I ride and forced me to be better – better lines, better cornering technique, better balance and body position. I also feel like the Ti flex takes the sting out of the hits and actually helps me power up the pinch climbs faster. My legs actually feel less tired after climbing on this. The Nero is now my favourite bike by far.