Posted on: July 20, 2009
jackthedog said on July 20, 2009
Winces at “chainstay crushing”
stonemonkey said on July 20, 2009
any info on the Horror taxi i’m thinking of buying one soon form the US and i cant wait till september. Email me if you want
That will be lwa02mmaAThotmail.co.uk
dave360 said on July 20, 2009
I order a pair of them there Deore wheels yesterday from Merlin. Mainly because the nice red bits will match her indoor’s bike nicely. Plus, what stonking VFM.
Ben_Haworth said on July 20, 2009
Stonemonkey – I’m not at liberty to say really as a proper review will be in the September issue of Singletrack mag I’m afraid.
Benji what can you say ?, would you buy one? my mates in the states so i need to act fast.
I wouldn’t buy any bike without riding it, no matter what any rider/reviewer said.
Is this one of the Wight mtn bikes? Im sheffield based and struggling to find one anywhere else
handyman said on July 20, 2009
when will the bar ends be in the online shop thanks
tangent said on July 20, 2009
In Norway eh?!…that’s where i ride!
Just been reading of your trip on terrengsykkel.
bit out of touch here…but by anychance is that Spooky frame from the old-skool builders of the same name (had a frame called the Darkside etc.)
p.s. reveiw the YETI 4x if ya can
yes it is but its owned by a old employee now , no frank the welder
AlexSimon said on July 20, 2009
I was looking at the Spooky Horror Taxi on the spooky site the other day. It looks fabulous. There is something very ‘right’ about all the angles/tubes/graphics/etc.
Lovely and not too expensive really for what it is.
roughneck said on July 20, 2009
Dose Si know what you’ve done to one of his bikes.
Ed-O said on July 20, 2009
Who’s the bald faced dude?
nickc said on July 20, 2009
Is that Deore wheelset 20mm or 15mm or trad. QR?
Sim said on July 20, 2009
nickc, it’s QR.
HoratioHufnagel said on July 20, 2009
4X bike review sounds interesting. Keep thinking about a 4X full sus for trail riding. Seem to be some of the few short travel full-sus bikes that aren’t aimed at XC racing.
i love hardtails but they get a bit much on longer rides, especially on long-bumpy-flat-bits.
Olly said on July 21, 2009
I wonder what length the Bass takes, always struck me as quite a cool idea, and cheaper than a flow.
they should do it frame only too i think, the spec on them is rubbish.
think i might subscribe this month…..
chameleon78 said on July 21, 2009
Any clues as to which 4x bikes you’re reviewing? Please?!
Ben_Haworth said on July 21, 2009
Hopefully… Kona Bass, Commencal Meta 4X, S-Prezzo Gam-Jam, Foes 4X, Transition Double.
Interested in the Commencal, would’ve been nice to include the new Tazer VP, Yeti 4X and the Morewood Ndiza, but can’t grumble!
Its also a shame Santa Cruz can’t get their act together and sort out a new blur 4x instead of messing around with silly 29ers!!!
Metasequoia said on July 21, 2009
“Its also a shame Santa Cruz can’t get their act together and sort out a new blur 4x instead of messing around with silly 29ers!!!”
Funnily enough I was thinking; good job they have started messing around with sensible 29ers!! 🙂
Brother_Will said on July 21, 2009
Ditto handyman’s comment when will the bar ends be in the online shop?
Trailrider Jim said on July 22, 2009
Matt looks to have gone from singlespeed-fanatic / just wrong-styled beard to heavy-night-last-night -style.
Are your bikes insured?
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