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Corsair Reveals Slopestyle Frame at Crankworx

Published October 16, 2007

WHISTLER, British Columbia (BRAIN)—When creating the Konig, Corsair's goal was to channel the energy of a great run into the engineering and style of a slopestyle frame.

Getting off the ground, landing in one piece (at any angle) and getting the bike where you need it to be in a split second all require that a bike be light, strong and maneuverable—three things that define the Konig.

The Konig is far more than a great looking bike. For starters, its dual link rear suspension system has been meticulously designed to optimize performance and to resist all torque and lateral loading. The frame’s washer-less pivot system and Sure-Lock pivots are an easy-to-service breakthrough sure to stoke mechanics and riders alike.

The Corsair Konig will be available October 2007. If you are interested in learning more about this slopestyle bike, a detailed technical explanation of Corsair's frame design has been posted on its Web site at

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