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The Clash has been around for a while and has evolved over the years from an all-round fun bike for adults into something more like a trailbike for older kids, and later into a small freeride bike. And that’s OK because the Clash could handle all this. But we felt that the soul of the bikes was a bit confused, so for 2021, the complete Clash that we are offering can be described quite accurately as ‘a dirt jump bike with gears… and a bit more’. 

In other words - the geometry is similar to our dirt bikes so it will feel great on jumps and pumptracks. However the addition of gears and slightly more pedal friendly geometry mean that it can be also used for short commutes to school or running errands.

So in short - the Clash has gone back to the roots! And if anyone has ever wanted an NS dirt jump bike, but was put off by the relatively narrow range of applications of such a bike - the Clash is the way to go.



Tough and light alloy frame
Suntour XCM 120mm fork
Shimano Altus drivetrain
Tektro Novela disc brakes
NS Bikes cockpit

One size

Perfect for playing in the city, off-road and on pumptracks.


Learn basic MTB skills, ride to school, shred the local pumptracks, hang out with your friends on the coolest bike in the hood. The Clash bikes are built around strong responsive frames and fitted with proper MTB parts so you can push them hard and expect them to last. The fast rolling tires and aggressive geometry will provoke the rider to attack the trails at full gas. The Clash comes in 3 sizes. The 26” version will fit most teenagers and adults. The Clash JR is designed for kids around 120-140cm high and is sold with 24” wheels but can be upgraded with 26” when the time comes. The smallest Clash rolls on 20” wheels and is a fantastic bike to start with and a great platform for future upgrades.



Bike Specs

Main features

Frame Specs

frame: NS Bikes AL6061-T6 custom formed and butted tubes, vertical dropouts

sizes: one size

rear shock: /

forks: Suntour XCM, 120mm travel, 9mm axle, 1&1/8” steerer tube

headset: GW integrated tapered IS42/IS52, sealed bearings

stem: NS Drop 31.8, 50mm, angle +10°

handlebar: NS 31.8, 720mm, 30mm rise

grips: NS Hold Fast Unlocked

seatpost: Kalloy 30.9mm

saddle: Octane One Rocker2

front brake: Tektro MD-M300 Aries 160mm

rear brake: Tektro MD-M300 Aries 160mm

levers: Tektro

rims: NS Fundamental 26”, 32h

spokes: Spokes w/14mm nipples

front hub: Joytech 9mm QR front

rear hub: Joytech 135x9mm QR

tires front / rear: Kenda Small Block 8 26x2.1

crankset: Samox 170mm 32t

bottom bracket: FSA BSA square taper

pedals: NS Nylon

chain: KMC, 8spd

chainguide: /

derailleurs: Shimano Altus 8spd

shifters: Shimano Altus 8spd

cassette: Shimano CS-HG41 8spd 11-32t

weight (kg): 13.9 (including pedals)

Specifications subject to change without notice. Actual colours and design may vary slightly from the images on the website.

Tubes: AL6061-T6, custom formed and butted tubes

Recommended fork travel: 120-150mm

Headtube: integrated IS42/IS52

Headtube length: 115mm

Fits forks: fits forks with standard 1-1/8” or tapered 1.5 1-1/8” steerer tubes

BB: threaded 73mm with ISCG-05 mounts

Biggest chainring: up to ~38t

Front derailleurs: top pull

Seat post/clamp:  30.9/34.9

Maximum tire size recommended: 26x 2.35”

Disc brake: IS-2000 disc brake mount, max rotor size: up to 185mm

Hub spacing: 135x10

Frame size: 16”, 17.5"

Weight: ~2.2kg (M size)




 Clash   S M
Wheel size 26"
Fork travel 120 120
Reach mm 385 405
in 15,2 15,9
FC mm 662 683
in 26,1 26,9
Standover mm 689 716
in 27,1 28,2
Stack mm 580 585
in 22,8 23,0
Effective TT mm 565 585
in 22,2 23,0
Actual TT mm 546 560
in 21,5 22,0
Seat tube mm 355 406
in 14,0 16,0
Chain stays mm 415 415
in 16,3 16,3
BB rise mm -35 -35
in -1.4 -1.4
Headtube angle 66,0 66,0
ST angle effective 73,0 73,0
Wheelbase mm 1074 1096
in 42,3 43,1