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  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
  • Lee Cougan Crossfire 428

Lee Cougan Crossfire 428

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The design, the simplicity and the efficiency of the Crossfire 428 are the characteristics that have made it popular and much talked about in the race fields, but we still wanted to give topics for discussion to the best riders.

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Lee Cougan Crossfire 428
Color: Nebula
Frame:Toray T700 Carbon Fiber 3K+Ud, 3D Carbon link, Integrated cable routing, DI2 Compatible, Press Fit 92 x 41 mm, Tapered head tube
Cockpit: AIR Stem + Alloy SL Flat Handlebar
Rear Travel: 100 mm
Fork: Rock Shox Sid SL Select 100 mm Travel, 44 mm Rake
Rear Shox: Shox Sid Luxe Ultimate, 165 mm x 40 mm, Remote Lock Out
Groupset: Sram GX1 AXS Lunar 12 Speed W/Battery Cover
Crankset: Sram GX1 Eagle Carbon Boost 34T
Brakeset: Magura MT4
Saddle: San Marco X-Bow S FEC
Wheels: DT Swiss X1900

Height Adjust Seatpost KS



Crossfire model adopts the shortest chainstays available on the market.
Measuring an amazingly short 428mm the Crossfire, with 100mm travel, is able to locate the rear wheel closer to the bottom bracket than nearly anything else in cross country mountain biking currently in terms of a full suspension ride. The resulting performance gain is impressive and renders the bike extremely competitive in even the most demanding scenarios.


Crossfire 428 adopts the Flat mount brake on the rear. The even more streamlined line, the more protected caliper and the clean braking are among the benefits of this innovative solution that we wanted to make available to riders who choose to ride without compromise.


To eliminate the negative side effect that derives from “bobbing” the new 2nd Gen 3D link as well as the form and construction of the rear triangle have been designed specifically to reduce to a minumum the movement of the top link and therefore less flex of the seat stay. The result: more efficient, comfortable race-ready suspension performance.


Opened HT angle

The front triangle was developed in order to offer more stability. For pure cross country courses are becoming increasingly extreme and a more open head tube angle aids in overcoming difficult terrain.

XC marathon riders too will welcome the plush yet stable and safe front end with a 68.5° head tube (for 100mm travel fork) by rendering the terrain more manageable after hours in the saddle. To keep both frame and cables safe the internal block system prevents instances of oversteering from causing damage


Carbon Air Technology

Crossfire model takes advantage of Lee Cougan’s Air Technology, a carbon molding technique that uses extremely high pressure in the modling phase to eliminate imperfections casued by trapped air in addition to blending the 1k, 3k and unidirectional carbon fiber in a manner that makes for a more compact overall structure.

The result: stronger, more reliable carbon frames that weigh less than comparable frames that use more traditional construction methods.


Lee Cougan True Internal Cable Routing

The Crossfire’s rear triangle design benefits from Lee Cougan’s True Internal Cable Routing system that see cables pass from BB directly into chainstay, leaving them exposed for only 1cm. Not only for a cleaner aesthetic the routing design aids in protection from external elements as well.

Internal cable routing finds its way into not only the frame but also the cockpit as the Crossfire cements itself firmly among the first in the mtb world to route transmission and brake cables within the stem and steer tube.





Every good bike fit starts with choosing the correct frame size for you. This will allow you to benefit best of the bike’s performance and comfort for an efficient riding position. 
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