- mountain cycles battery
Quite a thorough review here
I quite fancied one, but not sure about the short version which i think is all you can get now, the top tube is even shorter the my dialled alpine and that felt quite short at first, god knows why there is no ISCG tabs on there either.Posted 7 years ago
RRP US $1225+ now US$570+, while stocks last.
That worries me when it's the manufacturer but if the current prices of used San Andreas are anything to go by you can't go far wrong. I found my Rumble quite short but in answer to the OP, I guess this is not designed for sitting down and pedalling.Posted 7 years agoEd-OSubscriber
I bought one for my son as a mini dh / freeride bike. It would be pretty heavy as a trail bike as it's frame is over built. The main problem with them is that standard, like Shimano, cranks won't fit. The cranks will catch the chain stays. You need to fit cranks with a wide chain line. Details are on the [/url]Mountain Cycle forum here. Not sure if there are cable stops for a front mech. You can put big forks on them though. My lad likes his and raced it up at Innerleithan in the winter dh series.Posted 7 years ago
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