The Transmitter Carbon is long, low, slack and fun.
Stability and control at high speed. Better stand over clearance. Climbs really well and makes the most of any traction...Read more
The 65 degree slack head angle is designed around a 150 mm fork and a 35 mm stem. When combined with short seat stays and that flattened, longer top tube you get an agile and confidence inspiring ride whether riding steep mountain trails or shredding the local woodland singletrack.
Transmitter Carbon makes best use of available technologies. Boost 148/110 standards and bolt through hubs mean a stiffer and more responsive ride. 650b+ tyres on a tubeless compatible wheelset mean loads of grip and control, whether climbing or descending.
Transmitter Carbon frames are designed around 1x specific groupsets and feature internally routed cables, integrated headsets, stealth dropper routing and a single set of bottle bosses.
The Transmitters are bikes that respond to hard riding. But mostly, they are to be ridden and enjoyed. Easy to ride and maintain, fast and lots of fun.Read less
Long reach, low bottom bracket and slack 65° head angle for bucket loads of confidence. 425mm short chainstays for agility and insane acceleration out of turns.
Not all tubes are equal. Transmitter uses tube walls of different thicknesses to get material where it is needed and save weight where it isn’t.
Clean lines and tidy cables thanks to fully guided internal routing.
27.5" 2.6/2.8" tyres. Designed around Boost 148/110 standards.
Compatible with a dropper seatpost so even the most sheepish riders can tackle those steep sections head on like a pro. Transmitter can aslo be fitted with a chain guide. (ISCG 05 compatible).
150mm of suspension floats you over the roughest and rootiest lines.
|Build||Carbon Transmitter NX Eagle|
|Frame:||Sonder Transmitter Carbon Frame|
|Fork:||Rockshox Recon RL Silver / 150mm / 27.5|
|Headset:||Love Mud Rumour / IS42/IS52|
|Seat Clamp:||Love Mud Silent Partner / 34.9mm|
|Brake Front:||SRAM Guide T / 950mm|
|Brake Rear:||SRAM Guide T / 1800mm|
|Rotor Front:||Avid Centreline Rotor / 180mm|
|Rotor Rear:||Avid Centreline Rotor / 160mm|
|Rear Mech:||SRAM NX Eagle Rear Derailleur / 12 / Long|
|Rear Shifter:||SRAM NX Eagle Trigger Shifter|
|Chainset:||SRAM NX Eagle Crankset DUB / 170mm / 32|
|Bottom Bracket:||SRAM Bottom Bracket / DUB|
|Chain:||SRAM NX Eagle Chain / 118 Links|
|Cassette:||SRAM PG1230 Cassette / 12 / 11-50|
|Stem:||Love Mud Piskie Stem / 31.8mm / 35mm|
|Seatpost:||Love Mud Membar / 31.6mm / 400mm|
|Saddle:||Love Mud Abode / Black|
|Tape/Grips:||Love Mud Clutch / Black|
|Handlebar:||Love Mud Aspect Riser|
|Wheels:||Love Mud Rumpus 650b+ Boost MTB Wheelset / XD|
|Front Tyre:||WTB Vigilante / Comp / 27.5 / 2.8|
|Rear Tyre:||WTB Trail Boss / Comp / 27.5 / 2.6|
|Tubes:||WTB Inner Tube / 27.5 / 2.5|
|Frame:||S: 1.18 kg; M: 1.2 kg; L: 1.23 kg|
|Built:||S: TBC; M: TBC; L: TBC|
|Pedals not included with full builds|
It is important to get the right size bike, if the bike fits it will be faster, more comfortable, and easier to handle. You can also take into consideration the standover height to ensure you pick a bike that will be a good fit. If you measure your inside leg and ensure there is a minimum of an inch from the toptube to your crotch this will give you enough seatpost adjustment to find your optimum saddle height.
Generally we recommend: Small: Riders between 5ft 2in and 5ft 7in Medium: Riders between 5ft 6in and 5ft 10in Large: Riders between 5ft 9in and 6ft 2in X-Large: Riders of 6ft 2in +
|ST - Seat tube||395||445||495|
|TT - Top tube||593||622||636|
|HT - Head tube||110||120||120|
|HA - Head angle||65||65||65|
|SA - Seat angle||73||73||73|
|CS - Chainstay||425||425||425|
|BB - BB drop||42||42||42|
|FO - Fork offset||46/51||46/51||46/51|
|WB - Wheelbase||1139||1163||1183|
|SO - Stand over||740||765||795|
|RE - Reach||410||430||450|
|SK - Stack||599||608||608|
|Weight (kg): S: 1.18; M: 1.2; L: 1.23|
|Carbon trail frame compatible with integrated tapered headset for a clean, low front end|
|Optimised for 130 mm suspension forks|
|Fully guided internal routing|
|Painted or raw carbon finish|
|Boost 148 rear spacing for wheel strength and optimal chainline|
|Threaded 73 mm BSA BB shell for no-creak assembly|
|Chainstay mounted disc brake for clean lines and damage protection|
|Bottle cage mount|
|Dropper seat post port|
|EN 14766 compliant|
|The Transmitter frame is suited to a low profile 2.8” tyre or aggressive 2.6” tyres, some larger 2.8”s may rub the chainstays in use|