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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by dump, Oct 13, 2018.
flat bar = has higher than normal stack? new wheel size?
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return of the 69'r
That's it, I hate this now. How do I hide a thread/brand...
The Lizards do not permit such shenanigans.
oh shit. i think you nailed it.
Make sure there's one for me. 465mm reach in the fantastic plastic please.
So Showa had an air sprung moto fork when my Marzoocchi Z5 was out? I didn't know that, good for them.
lol, god I hope not.....although after reading a couple comments I think I agree that they've photoshopped two right legs in that image you posted, damnit, now they've got me looking way too closely at this shit...and really "Trust" Performance? ugh, what a terrible name.
Now you've said too much.
I hope this is just the most elaborate troll job ever.
Whatever it is I'm not buying it just out of principal at this point.
the last time we blindly trusted the hype train...
Thanks for posting this, I lost my old copy.
DELETE THAT PICTURE RIGHT THIS MINUTE
Love the engineering innovation that required multiple bolts in the headtube.
Are the blue ones on the right earlier prototypes with less pivots?
We're all adults here. Enough with the teaser bullshit. Just release whatever it is when it's ready.
my garage shop is now hyped.
What's funny about that pile of revolts is my brother had one of the originals, sold it about 2 years ago to some guy on eBay. That bike was an absolute rock, never had one issue w/ it and it was beat on regularly. He even lost a couple hardware pieces at whistler one year (rattled loose), ran to the hardware store and rigged up a stack of washers and bolts to hold it together, held for a week like that.
I like that bench top
Sort of looks like their logo on that flat handlebar. I've always wanted a handlebar I can trust! Carbon handlebars often have trust issues.
if you zoom way in it almost looks like a direct mount stem. almost.
37mm clamp size, was discovered to not induce teh flex
dual crown enduro fork.
DW Link suspension stem??
I don't understand why anyone would throw away a couple of perfectly good folding chairs like that.
Linkage based 9 bar bottom bracket/crank standard
On the basis of that brake hose routing I'm already out.
photoshop isn't the best way to run brake lines
Brake hose is the first thing I noticed, crazy! I would be lying if I said I'm not super interested to see what they have going on...Although that hose routing has me thinking some type of new linkage driven fork...
Remember when Cannondale used to have a whole line of bikes with chainrings on the left side in their catalogs?
if you look at where it the front brake hose ends, you arrive at 1 of 2 conclusions:
-it was photoshopped in
-they're using a 350mm rotor
Well, we know that they aren't making tires.
Around 2010 they had a hard go at it in the MX scene. Then this....
Still looks flexy.