2021 Devinci Minus | Made in Canada

Fatbike Republic 2021 Devinci Minus Fat Bike Minus NX Newfoundland

For 2021 the folks at Devinci totally redesigned their Minus fat bike line from the ground up. Not only is there a new frame, but the bike is made entirely in Canada. Tube cutting, bending, shaping, welding, testing, painting and assembly of the bike are all done in Canada. 

Fatbike Republic 2021 Devinci Minus Fat Bike Minus NX Minus Deore Newfoundland

Devinci is offering two models for the discerning fatbiker for 2021 and they are the Minus Deore 10spd and the Minus NX 12spd. Common features with the bikes include:
  • 6061-T6 aluminum frame
  • Threaded BB
  • 12 x 197 rear spacing (clearance for 26x4.8 tires)
  • Dual thru-axles
  • Maxxis Tires (Minion FBF Front & FBR Rear 26 x 4.8)
  • 50 mm stem
  • 780 mm bars
  • 86 mm alloy rims
Fatbike Republic 2021 Devinci Minus Fat Bike Minus NX Minus Deore Newfoundland

The frame, being common between both models, has more of a modern frame geometry featuring longer reach (465 mm Large) and slacker head angle (69 degrees) for confidently tackling technical sections. A steeper seat tube angle (74 degrees) will help in motoring up those nasty climbs.

Fatbike Republic 2021 Devinci Minus Fat Bike Minus NX Minus Deore Newfoundland

Looking a little more closely at each model we see:

Minus Deore 10 Spd
  • Alloy fork
  • Colour: Gloss Charcoal
  • Shimano Deore Derailleur (M4120 10spd)
  • Shimano Deore Shifter (M4100 10spd)
  • Tektro ML520-RS brake levers (mechanical)
  • Tektro 180mm rotors front and rear
Fatbike Republic 2021 Devinci Minus Fat Bike Minus NX Minus Deore Newfoundland

Minus NX 12 Spd
  • Carbon fork
  • Colour: Gloss Grey Team
  • SRAM Eagle NX Eagle 12 Spd Derailleur & Shifter
  • SRAM Level T Hydraulic Brakes (Front and Rear)
  • SRAM Centerline 180 mm Rotors (Front and Rear)
  • SRAM X1 Eagle Crank (30T) with DUB BB
  • Tranzx Dropper Post
Fatbike Republic 2021 Devinci Minus Fat Bike Minus NX Minus Deore Newfoundland
While Devinci kept to a more conservative colour palate for this season’s bikes, they are available in a broad range of sizes from Small to Extra Large. And sticking to a more tried and true drivetrains and braking systems, riders should enjoy having little downtime while shredding snow (and dirt) with those sweet Maxxis Tires.

Fatbike Republic 2021 Devinci Minus Fat Bike Minus NX Minus Deore Newfoundland

So if you are in the fat bike market for this upcoming winter (and dirt) season . . . be sure to head over to your LBS and take a peek at these proudly Canadian fat bikes.

RIDE FAT!

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