In 2014 after 25 years of selling bikes in Asia, Europe and Australia Polygon expanded into the North American market.

In 2015 Kurt Sorge would go on to win his second Red Bull Rampage on the Polygon Collosus DH9, bringing worldwide recognition to the brand. Sorge would go on to win Rampage again in 2017 solidifying Polygon as a gravity driven brand.

Winning Red Bull Rampage twice has not been Polygon’s only recent success. Tracey Hannah won the women’s DH World Cup overall in 2019 aboard Polygon’s XquareOne DH9. Polygon’s XquareOne DH9 and XquareOne EX use the conversation starting R3ACT 2Play suspension platform.

Polygon’s other suspension bikes like the Siskiu N9 and Collosus DH9 use a more traditional suspension platform. The affordable Siskiu range of bikes are available in 27.5 and 29 version and uses the ultra-reliable Faux-bar suspension platform. The Rampage winning Collosus DH line uses a floating dual link design, with the rear shock between two triangular and running through a split in the seat tube.


Polygon seems to come out with new bikes every couple of years and we are looking forward to testing their next batch of bikes. Below you can find all of the reviews we’ve conducted aboard Polygon bikes. We take pride in offering the most honest and up-front reviews in hopes that you can better inform yourself on any future purchasing decisions based on your local terrain and skill level.

To learn more about Polygon visit: https://www.polygonbikes.com/