Bionicon Supershuttle - in "Downhill" mode.Bionicon Supershuttle - in "uphill"mode (fork shortened, rear shock extended).See that orange clamp? That's the "Magic Button" that does all the geometry shuffling trickery.Wahey! A proper bolt-thru fork on a Bionicon at last.By moving the position of the rear shock swingarm mount (silver) you can change the BB height and geometry parameters.Lubes and stuff from eco-minded company Green Oil. Grease, Degreaser, Chain Oil (in a 100% recycled bottle) and Bike Cleaner.KHS Tucson 29er - £699.99.This bargain basement bike is for review in a future issue of Singletrack Magazine.The fork and the disc brakes look pretty budget but we'll see how they perform out on the trails.We're planning on having some plans this year.IXS X-Cronos helmet. We didn't really get along with the IXS helmets in last issue's group test so they've sent another one to see if that does any better. First impressions (wearing whilst typing at a desk) are favourable 🙂Related posts What’s on site at Singletrack7 April 21, 2017 10:24 am New Look Singletrack Issue 112 Is Here! April 7, 2017 2:47 pm The Wet Feet Trip – Swedish Adventure January 2, 2017 9:00 amComments (7) shoei January 9, 2010 at 8:45 amDont know about the colour on the Tuscon, bit hmmmmm. But at least you getting the Tuscon didnt delay my KHS arriving from Steve, just the snow slowed it down. peteimpreza January 10, 2010 at 8:08 amwho sells them in the UK Olly January 10, 2010 at 9:58 amthat bionicon is possibly the ugliest bike in the world.eugh! Gephaudio January 10, 2010 at 10:53 amDangerous stuff typing at a desk, those swivel chairs are lethal on a decent! bomberman January 11, 2010 at 9:29 pmThat bionicon looks rubbish Dirtynap January 12, 2010 at 7:03 amThe bionicon adjusts what exactly? Looks like it just adjusts the front fork and maybe locks the rear. useful but why would you have a double crown fork to go climbing with? Ben_Haworth January 12, 2010 at 5:18 pmIt extends the rear shock about 1in (look again closely at the two photos). Steepening the angles and raising the BB.Some people will appreciate having a nicer-to-climb-with bike that also has double-crowns for the way down.Comments are closed.