New Thomson product…Home › Forum › Bike Forum › New Thomson product…OverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 18 posts - 1 through 18 (of 18 total)New Thomson product… ratherbeintobagoSubscriberBikes… Posted 4 years ago OnzadogSubscriberReally liked that until I saw it was built by lynsky. Posted 4 years ago jonny rocky mountainSubscriberMmmmmmmm nice, just what I’m looking at finding a 650b ti hardtail for 120mm forks Posted 4 years ago singlecrackMembermmm 29er hardtail ss please Posted 4 years ago jonny rocky mountainSubscriberOnzadog What’s wrong with Lynsky ti stuff? Posted 4 years ago NorthwindSubscriberjonny rocky mountain – MemberWhat’s wrong with Lynsky ti stuff?Nothing as long as when it cracks, it’s somewhere Enigma can fix easily. Posted 4 years ago jonny rocky mountainSubscriberI thought Lynsky offered good warranty ? Posted 4 years ago scotroutesSubscriberThey have to Posted 4 years ago peteimprezaSubscriberOffering and delivering are two different things. Posted 4 years ago jonny rocky mountainSubscriberAh are they not very good? I was looking at a Lynsky pro650, I’ll think twice if there is a lot of info regarding there quality and back up? Posted 4 years ago oxym0r0nSubscriber$6799 😐 Posted 4 years ago nickcSubscribers’lot of money for a frame with pretty average angles and sizes. I’m sure it’ll be lovely, but $6799 worth of lovely?and they put your name of the thomson parts…is a bit naff? Posted 4 years ago NorthwindSubscriber oxym0r0n – Member$6799Whu… Is that not for the 2-pack, or something? Posted 4 years ago mike_pMemberLooks great, but for that outlay I’d want CK hubs, BB & headset, and for the thing to be able to clean and maintain itself. Posted 4 years ago ratherbeintobagoSubscriberI notice there’s mention in there of Thomson cranks, too. Posted 4 years ago scotroutesSubscriberThomson items will be etched with rider’s nameas long as your name is Thomson 🙂 Posted 4 years ago NorthwindSubscriberThat’s why I changed my name to Poundstretcher Posted 4 years ago stevedeMemberPretty happy to see they are bringing out a 27.2 125mm (drop) dropper although they have said that the operation of it slows down at temperatures close to zero! Posted 4 years ago Viewing 18 posts - 1 through 18 (of 18 total)The topic ‘New Thomson product…’ is closed to new replies.