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The 4th generation Mega doesn't look too dissimilar to its predecessor, but Nukeproof have made some key improvements to the new frame. By committing to 1x drivetrains and no longer needing to provide space for a front derailleur, they have increased the main pivot bearing placement in order to achieve maximum chassis stiffness. Further adding to frame stiffness is the introduction of a Boost 148mm rear end, a welcomed change from the 2017 bike.
Good geometry is essential to getting a bike ride the way we need them too. The previous Mega was quite progressive in this regard, by taking rider feedback on board, Nukeproof made some changes to the new bike. It noq features a slightly taller head tube to aid rider confidence and they've also lengthened the top tubes on the large and XL frames.
The suspension has also been improved to ensure the perfect shock configuration and it's been designed to work perfectly with both coil and air shocks. Using the new metric shock with a rocker link mounted bearing system to improve shock sensitivity and reduce the rate of wear. The metric shock system, with more secure fixtures, adds more chassis stiffness.