RRP: £2399.99


The Vitus Dominer DH takes the best attributes from our highly acclaimed Sommet platform and adds more travel and a DH specific tubeset to create the ultimate race ready DH rig!

With 200mm of rear and front wheel travel the Dominer DH will devour anything in its path.
We have added a complete race day ready components package with RockShox BoXXer Team triple clamp forks which provide a balanced suspension set up thanks to the inclusion of the RockShox Vivid R2C rear shock; Shimano Zee groupset and WTB/Novatech wheelset.
Like living life on the edge; fuelled by the adrenaline coursing through your veins; feeling alive and in control; the Vitus Dominer DH will excite all of these emotions and more!

  • Intended use – Down Hill
  • Wheel size – 27.5”
  • Travel – 200mm, Horst link suspension with horizontal floating shock mount.
  • Fork travel – 200mm
  • Construction – 6061 T6 triple butted
  • Large 15mm main axle with Collet lock security
  • Shimano 150×12 Trough axle system
  • Aggressive Down Hill Geometry (low, Slack, Long )
  • Sizes – S, M, L
  • ISCG 05-mounts for chainguide compatibility
  • Weight – 16.2kg/35.7lbs (size M)
  • Main pivot location – This is located in a forward position position, this gives natural anti squat/bob when pedalling in the most commonly used 32 to 34T setup without relying on excessive chain tension and none of the related pedal feedback.
  • Chainstay pivot location – This pivot is placed in line with the chainstay eliminating any force directed to the shock linkage causing the shock to compressing (pedal bob) due to chain tension. This pivot location also maximizes active suspension when using the rear brake similar to a floating brake design without the added weight.
  • Rearward Axle path – Because of the main pivot location the Dominer has 70mm of travel with reward axle path helping to keep your momentum.
  • Leverage rate design – The leverage rate is designed to have a falling rate to sag point then go mildly progressive; this helps the bike sit comfortably in the sag position with a stable platform. The lower shock mount moves forward with the suspension, this helps to keep a linier rate without falling off at full travel. This movement also reduces the shock angle change at full travel reducing side loads and improving the reliability of the shock.

Rear wheel travel is controlled via a RockShox Vivid R2C rear shock.


FrameHydroformed 6061-T6 Alloy
ForksRockShox BoXXer Team 200mm
ShockRockShox Vivid R2
ChainsetShimano Zee FC-M645
Bottom BracketShimano Zee
ShiftersShimano Zee SL-M640
Chain GuideMRP G3
Rear DerailleurShimano Zee RD-M640
CassetteShimano 105 CS-5700
ChainKMC X10
Front HubNovatec DH61SB Disc
Rear HubNovatec DH82SB-A4S Disc
SpokesStainless double butted
TyresMaxxis High Roller II
Front BrakeShimano Zee BR-M640
Rear BrakeShimano Zee BR-M640
HandlebarsNukeproof Warhead
StemNukeproof Direct Mount
HeadsetFSA Orbit 1.5
SaddleNukeproof Vector DH Comp
SeatpostNukeproof Warhead Inline
SeatclampVitus bolt
Weight16.2kg/35.7lbs (size M)


Size (cm) Small Medium Large
Rec. Rider Height (ins) 5’0″ – 5’7″ 5’7″ – 5’11” 5’11” – 6’3″
Rec. Rider Height (cm) 152cm – 170cm 170cm – 180cm 180cm – 190cm
Rec. Inside Leg (ins) 26″ – 30″ 30″ – 32″ 32″ – 34″
Rec. Inside Leg (cm) 66cm – 76cm 76cm – 81cm 81cm – 86cm
Seat Tube Length 393.7mm 393.7mm 406.4mm
(A) EffectiveTop Tube 573.48mm 598.48mm 623.48mm
(G) Reach 400mm 425mm 450mm
(F) Stack 594.78mm 594.78mm 594.78mm
(D) Chainstay 445mm 445mm 445mm
(E) Head Tube 110mm 110mm 110mm
(B) Head Tube Angle 63° 63° 63°
(C) Seat Tube Angle 64° 64° 64°
Bottom Bracket Drop 0 0 0
Wheelbase 1201.93mm 1226.93mm 1251.93mm
Seat Post Diameter 31.6mm 31.6mm 31.6mm
Bottom Bracket 83mm BSA 83mm BSA 83mm BSA
Headset ZS44/28.6 – ZS49/40 ZS44/28.6 – ZS49/40 ZS44/28.6 – ZS49/40
Front Mech N/A N/A N/A
Rear Axle Shimano E-Thru Shimano E-Thru Shimano E-Thru
Frame Material 6061-T6 Alloy 6061-T6 Alloy 6061-T6 Alloy
Based on Axle to Crown 579mm 579mm 579mm

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