Show me your Jump/Play/Street/4x type bikes
crouch_potato – Member
Stonemonkey, I find myself quite jealous of you if you are lucky enough to own that sunn (closet sunn fan here). I take it it’s a bmix of some variety? I never saw one in that colour though.
Thanks bought it off a guy from here, my 2nd sunn. Think its a 98 model i had a team one with R mech hanger and obyss fork in the team blue from bercy about 10 years ago and my aim is to recreate it with this. But the yellow is almost to nice to scrap.Posted 8 years ago
They are fantastic forks – very light and lockout/compression damping is great. They’re the Elite Absolute 120s (20mm). They’re on the Inbred at the mo but I’ll be selling them in 3-4 weeks time when I get my new bike sorted as they’re too short travel-wise for the new project.Posted 8 years agoVan HalenMember
stonemonkey – gotta love the bmix. i had one for years and loved it. i absolutely thrashed tha pants off it too.
sold it as i couldnt afford to do it up but would buy another tomorrow.
only stopped riding mine as i managed to debond the steerer from the crown on the xverts i was running doing a stair gap…Posted 8 years agojamesMember
Not very good, and neither am I at riding it, though I've not had it long or ridden it much on 4X/DJ style stuff. Mostly made up of bits too worn out for normal riding + heavily discounted frame which minus the RRPs of the all the extras that came included, the frame came to about £5 ..Posted 7 years ago
With a 400mm seatpost (carbon 27.2 flexed rather a lot .. ) at full extension it rode reasonably well round sherwood pines
I'd quite like some 140/150mm forks for it, though I've no idea where I'd ride a SS, jacked up front end, too small bike?
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