- Singular buzzard anyone?
Delivery is confirmed for late Feb/ early March so pre-orders are now open and more detailed info is up on the website. 10% discount if you get your deposit down.
Posted 5 years ago
No ebb or horizontals because I don’t expect this to be the sort of bike many people would want to run as a singlespeed. It’s 6.4lbs because it’s built to be strong and stiff – it’s not an XC race bike. Check the weight of other similar style of frames, Kona Honzo, Transition TransAm etc and I think you you’ll find they are in the same sort of region. The pic above is with a Marzocchi 44 fork 140mm fork, the same as what Singletrack tested it with.
Another round of Puffin drawings came through today peanut – looking good. If you are interested in helping get that off the ground just drop me a line.Posted 5 years agoBurchy1Member
[q]Singlespeed AM/hardcore hardtails are fun, but I suspect I’m in a very small minority on that one.[/q]
I’ve got a SS Dialled Alpine, which is ace but agree there wouldn’t be many riding that frame in that way.
The Buzzard would definately be worth a look if I went for a 29er, and at least with iscg tabs you could use a stinger to tension the chain if you did go SS.Posted 5 years ago
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