blue pig v lynskey ridgeline lt

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  • svalgis

    So you’re going to replace a frame you “love to bits” that “just feels right” with a frame you’ve never ridden (and won’t be able to ride before purchase, I assume)?

    Sounds about right.


    thats right yeah, you go to uni work that one out


    i have a blue pig and love it to bits just feels right, i have a chance of getting a ridgeline 26″ lt allways liked titanium frames but never riden one
    anyone know how it will compare to the pig , ride , comfort, handleing
    thinking of selling pig and getting the ridgeline
    cheers fellas

    Premier Icon cr500dom

    I’ve just gone from small Blue Pig to medium Brodie Holeshot Ti as I couldnt find a Ragley Ti.

    I don’t regret it at all, having said that, I had ridden a small Holeshot before, and I did compare the geometry.

    As for the Lynksey, I have no idea, although Brant may be able to enlighten you to the differences


    I bought a Ridgeline LT to replace a 456 a while back. Some observations:

    – Lynskey can’t use a tape measure – the frame wasn’t the size the website said it was. This was a right faff to sort out (never again Lynskey!)
    – the head angle was steeper than the 456 so it wasn’t as good downhill as the 456, and not as good for general trail use either
    – the medium was very handsome (just too small…)
    – the large was a big ugly gate of a thing
    – it was very comfy
    – and it was well made and finished

    It promised a lot but I quickly sold it on, at a considerable loss and went back to steel (Soul and now BFe).

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