Gee Atherton's Atherton Bikes Prototype | GMBN Tech Probike

Published on October 13th 2019


Check out the clean lines of Gee's prototype downhill bike that are the result of 3d printed titanium lugs bonded to carbon fibre tubes; a design that allows for geometry changes to be made relatively easily from prototype to prototype 🔧 Subscribe: The GMBN Shop: Frame: Atherton Bikes Prototype 9 Rear Suspension: Fox DHX2 Front Suspension: Fox 49 Wheelset: Stans ZTR Flow laced to Neo hubs - 29er front, 27.5 rear Tyres: Continental Der Baron Brakes: Trickstuff Maxima Rotors: Trickstuff 203mm Handlebars: Renthal Fatbar 780mm Grips: Renthal Stem: Renthal Integra Shifters: SRAM XO DH Crankset: FSA Gradient Alloy Chainring: 36t Pedals: Crankbrothers Mallet DH Chain: SRAM Cassette: SRAM 7 speed Chain Guard: MRP Rear Mech: SRAM XO DH Seatpost: FSA K Force Saddle: WTB If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 Watch more on GMBN Tech... 📹 🎵 Music - licensed by Continuance - _91nova Out Of My Mind (Instrumental Version) - Ramin Submit your content here: Brought to you by the world’s largest mountain bike channel, the Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN), GMBN Tech goes deeper into the bikes, kit and technology stories that help fuel your rides. Our mission is to help you discover, dial-in and get the best from the latest cutting edge bikes and technology available. With news and rumours, first ride exclusives, how-tos, the weekly GMBN Tech Show wrapping up and showcasing the week’s biggest tech stories, and more besides, if it’s off-road tech, it’s in. Every week, of every month we seek out, showcase, and ride the newest gear and innovations from across the globe in an authoritative, inspiring and entertaining way to help you get the best from your rides. And when we’re not riding, we get geeky in an accessible, easy-to-understand way about forks. And shocks. And more to help you setup and maintain your bikes perfectly. Engage with us every week on the channel and across social media – we’re here to answer every question you’ve got on mountain biking tech. Facebook - Instagram - Twitter -