- Devinci bikes – thoughts
I’m currently finalising the build of my Atlas carbon, so I should be able to comment in a few days!
I had very little response from forum members here or elsewhere, but the reviews there are were very encouraging. Let’s hope I’m not a victim of internet hype, eh?
I got mine through Freeborn, they might do you a demo?Posted 4 years ago
I was looking for a 150/140 bike and never really considered Devinci, even though is ridden a Dixon before. Having been recommended one, a Troy XP – 150mm front (pike) and 140mm rear,I started to look into it and noticed you don’t see many about or read about them on the forum.
Why is this? Is it because they aren’t available in most bike shops?
Any thoughts or opinions would be greatly appreciated.Posted 4 years agophil56Subscriber
I haven’t ridden the Troy, so can only help with a view of Devinci bikes in general, and also Freeborn as a bike shop.
I’ve been riding a Carbon Atlas for the last 15 months, I’ve also got a slightly older Hectik and my wife rides a Dixon – so I guess you could say we’re Devinci fans!
They are staggeringly good bikes, incredibly well made and backed up with a life time warranty. The Dave Weagle designed suspension is as good as anything I’ve ridden and after that it’s up to your preferences for the rest of the build
The Troy looks superb, and from everything I’ve heard rides fantastically well.
I’ve purchased two of my bikes from Freeborn, and they’ve been brilliant to deal with. Friendly, knowledgeable and price competitive – I just wish they were a bit closer to where I live!Posted 4 years ago
It doesn’t matter how many bikes I look at, I’ve been in 6 shops in the last two days, I always come back to the Troy.
I really wanted a shop built bike I could ride straight away but I’ll have to lose the reverb and swap out the chain set.
Least I can sell the reverb I guess.Posted 4 years ago
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