All new for 2018, the Powerfly FS has a lot of similarities to the Fuel EX, with 130mm of travel, Boost spacing, a MinoLink so you can adjust the geometry to be lower and slacker, internal routing, a dropper post, and the KnockBlock headset to save your frame.
The bikes are built around a 27.5+ standard, and come equipped with wide rims that are impact rated for downhill. The battery sits almost flush with the frame, keeping the weight lower for better handling. Check out our full review of the Powerfly FS 7 on page 88.
We’ll get both the Powerfly FS 5 and 7 in Australia, and they sell for $5499 and $6499 respectively. That extra $1000 gets you some better wheels and tyres, and moves you from a Shimano 10-speed drivetrain to 11-speed, along with better brakes and a dropper post.
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