- Show me your enduro/all-mountain/newfangled marketing term bikes.
ART – I think you’re right. I’d not heard of the Brodie, but the photos I’ve just looked at show it doesn’t have a mount for a DM front mech, where as the Kingdom does. Very similar looks though although I quite like the way the Kingdom toptube line flows into the seat stays when viewed side on.Posted 4 years agomildredMember
Here’s my Nic’ all Bos’d up with some very unfashionable 26″ wheels and a Hammerschmidt:
64 degree head angle 33cm bottom bracket making it long slack low and an absolute hoot. Can have travel anywhere between 140-200mm with this shock, and works well with triple clamp forks too. Currently has 55rc3ti V2 evo’s fitted. I will never sell this bikePosted 4 years agoalpinMember
masmas…. how you getting on with the Mavic tyres? thinking about replacing my HRIIs once they wear out. seem like a decent weight for a beefy UST tyre.
oh, and you is all gurlz for riding softie bikes (other than MoaA) 🙂
oh, and not sure if you can “rag” a bike at a trail centre as groomed as that, mr. lardman…. 🙂 (i’m sure you were being ironic)
hacking, not ragging….
Posted 4 years agomindmap3Member
If you insist….
Banshee Rune after Antur
Felt like a proper tank with dual ply tyres.
Mucking about in Peebles
No with a pair of Devilles (sorry for the rubbish….it was blowing a gale so I was wobbling about!)
Good to see a few Banshees on the thread, though I’m still yet to see another one in the wild.Posted 4 years agoTraceySubscriber
This ones mine
Kevins, now has same forks as mine
Abigale has been riding Kevins Enduro for the last six months
Abigales which is now going to be split up and sold
Abigales new frame should be here today or tomorrow, so all the parts of the Enduro will be going onto this and the Enduro frame sold.
Posted 4 years ago
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