You might consider an Intense Tazer VP (coincidentally I'm selling mine ) - low, 1.5HT, 3.5-4" travel. 68 degree HA but since it's a full 1.5" headtube you can fit an anglest - I ran mine at -1 degree with 125mm forks. Lovely!
Shortish travel bike for fun (trails and 4x)
@ thepodge - Hell yeah!
Thought Spesh had sacked the SX line off a couple of years ago?
Clearly I don't got my finger on the pulse
Wonder if any will make it across the pond?
Thought Spesh had sacked the SX line off last/couple of years ago?
just stopped importing it.
Didn't know they ever really did import them? Didn't the p-slope take it's place for a while?
NOM! But I aint paying that for one
yeh. i reckon the spesh sx takes it! why do they keep numbers so limited?
is it purely financial? surely can't be to keep it somehow special/ desireable? surely folk would buy them?
Rob H, that morpheus thing look wacko, not in a bad way
but those drop outs looks proper wrong. take it they're not minium?!
I think they keep numbers low because compared to a normal stumpy / evo / enduro they probably sell hardly anything
those drop outs looks proper wrong
You're telling me! They claim to have a way better than average failure rate on their frames due to only releasing to market a proto frame that lasts a slopestyle season. Which might be marketing bollox.
At the time I got my Rampant only 2 had been ridden to death - both, I believe, by Mike Montgomery; which seems acceptable
I don't think any company would see much return on bikes like these as they're so "off-trend" most people wouldn't consider them. They also take a bit of effort to get the most from and many folks aren't into that.
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