PATROL 691 SL ALLOY 2022
PATROL 691 SL ALLOY 2022
For those days when you want to push your riding to the limit, we’ve designed the 150mm travel Patrol 691. The 691 is the perfect balance of all-day pedalling efficiency and all-out Enduro fun. Running on large 29in wheels the 691 is built to descend the roughest valleys, attack the local bike park or clock up the miles.
Incredibly capable — Absolutely fast up and down the trail.
The evo gains a few mm's in length bringing a large size frame up from 466mm to 475mm. Combined with a seat angle of 76-degrees and a head-angle of 65-degrees the 691 evo looks like a far more purposeful and capable bike.
|PATROL 691||Enduro MTB, 12×157 mm Super Boost, 150mm Travel|
|Rims||PATROL RIMS 35MM|
|Hubs||SHIMANO SLX SUPERBOOST|
|Rear Tire||MAXXIS DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 29×2.60|
|Front Tire||MAXXIS Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR 29×2.60|
|Front Hub||SHIMANO SLX hubs|
|Frame||PATROL E-SIX alloy, 12×148 mm, 150mm travel|
|Chainrings||TRUVATIF DESCENDANT, ALUMUNIUM, EAGLE, SUPERBOOST, DUB, 32T|
|Shift Levers||SRAM SX EAGLE 12S|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM SX EAGLE 12S|
|Cassette||SRAM SX EAGLE 12S|
|Seatpost||KSP900-I, 30.9MM, 150MM (S/M) – 170MM (L/XL)|
|Stem||PATROL ENDURO Forged alloy, 4-bolt, 5mm rise, 40mm|
|Rear Brake||SHIMANO MT420|
|Front Brake||SHIMANO MT420|
|Fork||ROCKSHOX 35 SILVER, 160 MM TRAVEL. 44MM OFFSET|
|Rear Shock||X FUSION 02 PRO RLR, 8.5×2.5|
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
|1 Head Tube Angle||65°||65°||65°||65°|
|2 Head Tube Length||105mm||110mm||115mm||125mm|
|3 Top Tube Horizontal||566mm||587mm||609mm||627mm|
|7 Seat Tube Length||400mm||420mm||455mm||470mm|
|8 Seat Angle||76°||76°||76°||76°|
|9 Bottom Bracket Height||349mm||349mm||349mm||349mm|
|10 Bottom Bracket Drop||-27mm||-27mm||-27mm||-27mm|
|11 Chainstay Length||445mm||445mm||445mm||445mm|
|Small||162cm - 175cm||5'4ft - 5'9ft|
|Medium||172cm - 185cm||5'8ft - 6'1ft|
|Large||182cm - 195cm||5'12ft - 6'5ft|
|X-Large||192cm - 205cm||6'4ft - 6'9ft|
Everybody is different, so the values in our tables are only guideline values. For example, women and men differ greatly in their body proportions. The frame sizes are the same for men's bicycles and women's bicycles. However, what clearly differs is the frame geometry. In some cases the top tube is shorter for women's bikes, in simpler terms: the distance from the saddle to the handlebar is shorter to better suit the female physiology.
Additionally, regardless of your gender, different people may have different length arms, legs, reach etc. which can skew the ideal frame size. It’s also worth noting that the size of the wheels can play a role, particularly in Mountain Bikes. The bigger the wheels (29er for instance) the taller the bike is.
Between Two Bike Sizes?
If you fall between two sizes, no need to worry! Many bikes have an adjustable stem, so you can change the angle of the handlebars until the bike fits comfortably. And last but not least, the frame size can influence the handling characteristics, so if you’re after a nimble handling frame you can choose the smaller size or if you’re after additional stability, a larger frame may be best for you. Our rule of thumb: The more time you plan on spending on your bike, the more attention you should pay to the size and fit of your bike. A professional bike fit will go a long way to ensuring you’re both comfortable and efficient on the bike and is highly recommended to keep you and your bike performing at their optimum!