Bulls - Wild Core Project - new DH bike

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  1. Mo(n)arch

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    #1 -   Mar 21, 2013
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    fulcrum rides again! :panic:
     
  3. Sandwich

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    i can't really understand what's going on with the idler, but if it's a simple high pivot with idler, it looks neat.
     
  4. Sandro

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    Considering that they are the Huffy of Germany, it's a lot better than i expected. Some more pics can be found here.
     
  5. Mo(n)arch

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    Link actuated single pivot with idler. For a company like Bulls really impressive.



     
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    4130biker PM me about Tantrum Cycles!

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  7. SCARY

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    I need more of these green square things^^
    Looks like a Trek session
     
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    maybe high on crack...
     
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    at a passing glance, it more resembles a yt tuesday. of course till you actually look closer...
     
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    Minus a bb concentric linkage, reminds me of the corsair maelstrom in 8" travel. Despite quality issues the Maelstrom was one of the best riding bikes I ever owned. Very interesting...
     
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    For what they are they have really original ideas. First their SS bike, now this. Not sure if that's good but if the price is good local bikeparks will be full of them soon.
     
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    Cool to see it come to fruition. Weird geo though, they missed out on the long tt craze and 435 mm chainstays that'll grow 1.5"....eh

    Dat wild ace tho. ::cray::
     
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    sometimes....often you'd see him on a pivot
     
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    An idler? Is it 1996 again?
     
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    What's wrong with an idler?:think:
     
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    Wait 'til DW finds a way to patent it, it will be the most awesome thing ever!
     
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    beside a trek session, looks like to work like a zerode
     
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    Shhh, don't post it here or another company will build a bike with it simultanously to DW and we will have another legal expert battle on RM forums.
     
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    It's a narrow-wide.
     
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    you say this like its a bad thing!? how else am i going to blow throw an afternoon, being mildly entertained not riding.
     
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    trek had an idler way back when
     
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