- Cotic soul 275
Some pics of my finished Cotic 275 build. Its a medium and im 5’9 and it seems little large, but for what I want it is perfect.
Is that a layback post? This version of the Soul is designed around inline posts, so it might feel a bit stretched with that post. Shift your saddle forward a bit in the cradle if you can.Posted 3 years ago
I thought it might be slightly under that but I guess you’ve got a few heavier things ie. tyres / dropper, etc.
Most importantly is how it rides. Any more feedback?
Also @ bubs – I’ve only seen talk of 120’s on the 275 but drop Cotic an email, they are really helpful.Posted 3 years ago
BTW, the bike that has stopped me letting go of wanting steel again can be seen here (4th post in):Posted 3 years ago
ride feedback – I went on a bit more of a ride on Saturday and feedback is very good. Obviously a bit rougher than my old full sus, but the forks are starting to bed in and work very well.Posted 3 years ago
It holds speed so well and was great fun on singletrack. I have the reach etc dialled now, so just very happy to ride it now!
I haven’t seen any proper magazine reviews on the 275 yet. Have been to Haldon forest recently and so many people ask me about it! ive even let a few guys have a ride on it too (in exchange for car keys!)Posted 3 years ago
Just a quick update – the paint isn’t the most robust! I have a nasty stone chip that has gone down to the metal already!!!
Also I need to play about with the stem length as it still feels slightly twitchy with a 60mm stem.
Don’t want to sound like I’m moaning so won’t go into massive detail but just some attention to detail on the cables mainly. I did have an issue with the front wheel bearings but Cotic helped out asap to get that sorted too.
Nothing to stop me buying from them again or recommending the bike though. Hence why I hope all is well with them.
Oh and I guess the vanity side of me being disappointed that they didn’t use my photos on Cotic.cc 😆Posted 3 years ago
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