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  • KHS Bicycles KHS Enduro 7500 XL

KHS Enduro 7500 XL

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FSS 29/650B+ 150mm, 6061 Aluminum w/Custom Formed Double Butted T/T & D/T, 1.5 Taper, 12 x 148 Boost Rear Axle, w/Replaceable Derailleur Hanger, 29x2.4

Rear Shock

FOX Float DPX2 Trunnion, Performance, 3-Pos, Evol w/LV Eyelet


FOX Float 36, 29 Evol Air, Performance, 160mm, Grip w/3-Pos. Lever., Ext Rebound Adj., 1-1/8~1.5 Taper, 15mm x 110 QR Boost, 29 x 2.6 Compatible


FSA Orbit 1.5E, Zero Stack, 1-1/8”~1.5


WTB ST=S:i35, M-XL:i29 TCS, Disc, Double Wall, 28H, Tubeless-Ready

Hub, Front

Shimano HB-M7110-B CenterLock Disc, 15x110mm Axle, Boost

Hub, Rear

Shimano FH-M7110-B Disc Cassette, 12 x 148mm, Boost


Kenda Hellkat, S:27.5x2.6, M-XL:29x2.4, ATC, 120 TPI Folding, Tubeless-Ready


14/15G Double Butted Stainless, Black w/Aluminum Nipples, 28x28

Derailleur, Front


Derailleur, Rear

Shimano XT, RD-M8100


Shimano New SLX, SL-M7100, 12s, Trigger, Right Only, I-Spec EV


Shimano CN-M7100


FSA Gamma Pro, 2-pc., 30T Megatooth, Boost, Mega EXO, S:170, M-XL:175


FSA Mega EXO, Outboard Bearing


Shimano CS-M7100, 10-51T, 12-Speed




Kind Shock Rage-I, Integra w/Remote, Travel Adjust, 31.6mm


WTB High Tail, CrMo Rail


FSA Grid 35mm, 800mm x 20mm


FSA Grid 3D Forged, 35mm


Q2 Lock-on

Brake Levers

Shimano M6100, Servo Wave, I-Spec EV


Shimano M6120 4-Piston, Hydraulic Disc, Servo Wave, 180/160mm, Rotors: RT64 CenterLock



Flowing down the trails is where the 7500 is happiest. The suspension and geometry provide a stable ride at speed and a plush feel capable of soaking up rough trails. In tight sections, this KHS felt nimble enough to toss around while retaining high-speed stability when the trails opened up.

A huge part of the 7500’s prowess comes from its Fox Performance Series suspension. Launching off jumps, riders are met with pillowy-soft landings, encouraging riders to go a little bigger the next time around. In corners, the suspension provides mid-stroke support, allowing riders to push through turns with confidence. Another key component was the Shimano drivetrain, which allowed our tester to quickly click through gears on the downhills as he picked up speed. All in all, KHS provides a nice bang for the buck with its new 7500 model.



At the end of the day, this KHS will put a smile on most riders’ faces as they descend the trails and soak up large trail features. Sure, you could find a lighter or possibly more capable enduro bike on the market, but it would likely cost a lot more. The KHS 7500 is far above entry-level in performance but not far off in price. Yes, $4760 is a lot of money, but considering this bike’s suspension package, drivetrain, and overall design, it could be a great companion for many riders. If you’re looking to add an enduro bike to your fleet and don’t want to break the bank, consider the KHS 7500 as a solid option. 



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