Binary SuperB XC titanium frame with Lauf fork in front of a mountain vista view.
Binary SuperB XC titanium frame with suspension fork leaning against an Ocotillo.
Binary SuperB XC titanium frame close up of frame.
Binary SuperB XC titanium frame close up of top tube and down tube with logo.

SuperB XC

The SuperB XC is intended to be a lighter, quicker design for XC and Marathon type races.  Still having ample frame bag and bottle cage capacity, the XC can run a shorter 490mm axle crown length fork, up to a 120mm suspension fork.  The bottom bracket is lowered, and the steeper head angle is in keeping with its intended purpose.
 
Keeping versatility in mind, the frame was designed to work as both a short travel or rigid bike for smoother trails, or as a technical singletrack racer with the longer suspension fork.  Head tube and seat angles remain in optimum ranges for both disciplines.  This design is one to consider for someone who is looking to consolidate perhaps a gravel bike and a trail bike into one machine.
 
The SuperB XC can run 29″ tires up to 2.6″, and 27.5″ tires up to 2.8″.  The recommended fork length is 490mm A/C, up to 120mm travel suspension fork. 

Features

  • Construction – Light and beautifully crafted titanium
  • Axle Spacing – 12mm x 148mm boost
  • Dropouts – Sliding Paragon compatible
  • Headtube – 44mm straight
  • Bottom Bracket – Threaded 73mm
  • Seatpost – 31.6mm; dropper compatible
  • Bottle Mounts – Top of downtube, bottom of downtube
  • Wheels/Tires – Fits 27.5″ (up to 2.8) tires ~ OR ~ 29″ (up to 2.6) tires
  • Forks – Geometry supports 490mm A/C, up to 120mm
  • Versatile design works for XC, marathon, trail, or bikepacking

Geometry numbers in millimeters.  Dimensions are using a 100mm fork sagged 8mm.
Standover measured from midpoint between seat tube and head tube.

Binary Bicycles SuperB XC geometry chart.
Binary Bicycles SuperB Series comparison chart.