|Sizes||13.5" (Frame size guide)|
|Frame material||Aluminium Alloy (The quick guide to aluminium alloy)|
|Fork travel||100 mm|
|Wheel size||26 inch (MTB Wheel sizes explained)|
|Brakeset||Tektro Draco Auriga|
|Chainset||Suntour Duro chainset with bashguard & Hexon BB|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM X5|
|Shifters||SX4 8 speed gearing with trigger shifters|
|Front Fork||Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 3|
|Wheels||Tough DDZ Double wall rims|
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by charlie Pinnell on 3 Oct 2011
i have had this bike for two months now and it has done well and is a very good jump bike. The bike overall is exerlent the gears work fine and the forks (mozzochhi bombers) do the job but are not adjustable. This is a good all round bike and is light considering it has hydraulic brakes and gears and is great to jump with. The only problem i've had is the chain does come off quite a lot when you change gears but there's not a lot you can do tbh usless you could single speed it or use the chain guider but it does not help much.
by jack on 1 Aug 2011
i have this bike is the best ive ever had but i customised it by taking off the gears. and i put a 25 teeth sprocket is a hell of a bike