The Slackline is a multipurpose Allmountain Hardcore hardtail frame with a strong 4X/Slalom influence to its design.

Dan Stanton from has just sent over a vid and info about his new hardtail, the Slackline, which looks like a peach of a machine.

We'll be reviewing the Slackline in a future issue of Dirt, so stay tuned for that beauty, in the mean time read on:


It is designed to reward style while riding hard in all conditions. The tubing used to make the Slackline was chosen for its manipulative properties and excellent vibration damping. Directional flex control is key in the Slackline's design as the frame utilises butting in specific places and carefully selected internal tubing diameters to offer a direct and controlled ride combined with mega strength. The snap, acceleration and berm hugging cornering comes from our low bottom bracket and short chain stays. Couple this with a tight, nimble geometry and slack angles; you have a versatile “bomb proof frame".


The Slackline features:

Double butted, seamless, air hardening, heat treated Reynolds 853 main tubes

Cold worked Reynolds 525 seat and chain stays

Generic replaceable mech hanger

Custom lazer cut 7mm thick dropouts

I.S.C.G 05 mounts

Gusseted down tube

73mm bottom bracket shell

Pewter head badge

Under lacquer graphics

Stove enamelled paint



Head angle 68 degrees

Seat angle 72 degrees

Seat tube length 16.5" and 18"

Top tube (AT) 22" on the 16.5" frame and 23 on the 18" frame

Chain stay length 16.3"

Bottom bracket height 12.4"

27.2 seat post

30.0 seat clamp

All measurements are taken with a 140mm travel fork at 25% sag


The Slackline is designed to fit a multitude of riding styles,

Hardtail D.H/Freeride (160mm fork)

4X/Slalom (120mm fork)

All mountain/single track, trail. (120mm-150mm fork)

The frame is designed to fit your chosen style via altering the placement of rider’s weight and the frame angles for each discipline. Meaning whatever your discipline, whatever your style, the Slackline is designed to flow through it with you.

For more info hit up Stanton Bikes Slackline >>