Deviate Cycles Highlander II - Signature (UDH)
Deviate Cycles Highlander II - Signature (UDH)

Deviate Cycles Highlander II - Signature (UDH)

IMBY's Custom Deviate Builds shipping across Canada and the USA.
Regular price $9,999.00 Sale price$8,999.00
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  • Deviate Highlander II 2024 UDH Full Carbon, 145mm Travel.
  • Öhlins RXF36 m.2 Trail Fork 29" Air 160mm.
  • Öhlins TTX2 Air.
  • SRAM GX Transmission AXS 12spd.
  • TRP DH-R EVO Brakes.
  • Race Face Turbine R Wheels (lifetime free crash replacement).
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Complete Deviate bikes ship unassembled & require a full build. If you have any questions, please contact us.
Due to large order volume, bike orders will ship within 2 to 3 weeks.

Shoot us an email or give us a call. Tuesday to Saturday, 10am - 5pm (Pacific Standard Time).

Phone - 778-598-0448

Email - wheels@imbybikes.com

Canada:
$149 flat rate Canada wide.

USA:
$99 USD Flat Rate.
IMBY covers all duty and tariff fees associated with US bike orders. This means that you can shop with confidence, knowing that you won't be surprised by any unexpected fees upon delivery.

Orders ship from our shop located in BC, Canada. Free pickup instore.

Bikes are shipped unassembled to minimize shipping costs. We pass those savings directly to you by reducing the bike's overall price. You can choose to assemble it yourself or opt for your local bike shop.

Bike assembly is available for in-store pickup orders at $300.

Please click the link below to view the Warranty Policy https://www.deviatecycles.com/warranty

All bikes are final sale.

A 15% cancellation fee will apply to any bike orders which are cancelled within 48 hours of placing the order online. 

If it has been longer than 48 hours since the order was placed, we are unable to cancel the order or offer a refund.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Kit Spec

This is the Highlander II - Deviate's all-carbon, all-conquering trail bike, freshly reconfigured for 2023. A bike for bike park laps, all day rides, messing about in the woods and everything in between. A bike for reaching the highest, most remote peaks, before screaming down the other side in a stream of speed and laughter.

Build Signature
Frame Deviate Highlander II Full Carbon, 145mm Travel - 2024 UDH
Fork Öhlins RXF36 m.2 Trail Fork 29" Air 160mm
Shock Öhlins TTX2 Air 210x55
Wheels Race Face Turbine 29" Wheels (tubeless ready)
Brakes TRP DH-R EVO Brakes
Rotors TRP 203mm & 180mm 2.3
Drivetrain SRAM GX T-Type AXS
Crankset SRAM GX T-Type AXS, 170mm
Chainring SRAM GX T-Type AXS
Chain SRAM GX T-Type AXS
Derailleur SRAM GX T-Type AXS
Shifter SRAM GX T-Type AXS
Cassette SRAM GX T-Type AXS 10t-52t
Bottom Bracket SRAM DUB BSA MTB Wide
Dropper Oneup Dropper Post v2
Remote One Up V3 Remote
Saddle Ergon SM Enduro Comp
Tires Maxxis Minion DHR II EXO+ 29"x2.4 & Assegai EXO+ 29"2.5"
Stem One Up Stem 35mm
Handlebar One Up Carbon Handlebar 35mm 800mm
Grips One Up Black
Headset Cane Creek 70

*Spec is subject to change, and bikes might not be exactly as pictured.

PinkBike

If Deviate didn't make the Claymore, they'd be perfectly entitled to call the Highlander their trail and enduro bike. The high pivot causes the wheelbase to grow when you push into a corner and the bike stays low and level when hard on the brakes, which makes it feel even more stable and surefooted than the geometry numbers would suggest.”

— Seb Stott

Read the full review

GMBN

Top 5 trail bike of 2023. “This is a trail bike for those who like to push the limits on rougher terrain. It’s full 29er, full carbon, and it comes with fully sealed bearings and interestingly, grease ports too, so it should be faff free maintenance”

— Anna Cipullo/Owen Coutts

Deviate

High Pivot Bikes

Deviate's Vision: To accelerate the evolution of mountain bike design, for and with riders

The Highlander II

The Ultimate All-Mountain Bike

"This is the Highlander II - our all-carbon, all-conquering trail bike, freshly reconfigured for 2023. A bike for bike park laps, all day rides, messing about in the woods and everything in between. A bike for reaching the highest, most remote peaks, before screaming down the other side in a stream of speed and laughter."

perfect for comfort

Any Trail, Any Time

"We’ve taken what we think is the best high-pivot trail bike on the market, and made it even better. A 65-degree head angle with a 160mm fork is steep enough to be nimble in the sketchiest of woodsy descents, but slack enough for stability when you break out of the trees into a steep, warp-factor-nine trail."

Sizing Guide

Geometry

Component Standards

Rear Wheel: 29”, Boost: 148mm * 12mm
Fork Compatibility: 29” 160mm 44/42mm offset
Bottom Bracket: 73mm BSA Threaded
Headset: ZS44/28.6 upper and a ZS56/40 lower headset cup
Cranks: Minimum Q-factor of 168mm
Chainline: 52mm
Chain length: Links amount varies but no need to join chains
Max Chainring Size: 36t
Shock Size: Metric 210*55mm
Shock Hardware: Front: 40*8mm | Rear: Eyelet bushing
Brake Mount: Post Mount 180mm
Seatpost Compatibility: Internal dropper routing with internal cable routing. 34.9”
Seat Collar: 38.5mm
Mech hanger: Deviate Derailleur Hanger (Highlander/Claymore)
Rear Axle: M12xP1.75 | 192mm long | Thread length is 26mm (minimum 20mm)

Deviate Highlander II FAQ

No, the bike and all the parts arrive unassembled and require a full build.

We suggest around 30% for most riders, but this will vary depending on terrain and personal preference.

No - a standard 126 link chain will work with even a 12 speed Shimano or Sram set-up.

ZS44/28.6 upper and a ZS56/40 lower headset cup.

Absolutely. We have two lower ISCG-05 tabs which allow the use of a lower guide/bash.

The Highlander 2 is not designed to work with 27.5” or 27.5”+ wheels. It is designed for 29” wheels.

We suggest a 160mm fork with a 44mm offset. A 51mm offset is compatible and will lead to a slightly more lively steering feel.

The Highlander 2 will work with most air shocks on the market - we recommend a mid-mid initial tune. We can’t guarantee that a specific shock will have clearance. The shocks available on our online store are all compatible. Please note that shocks with rear rebound adjustment may be problematic to adjust.