Singular Gryphon – Can I have a look at yours please
tazzymtb – Member
Sam is this revenge for SSUK and me making you feel a bit poorly in the morning? my credit card is weeping quietly and hiding at the moment….damn YOU!!
Tazzy – my credit card would like to start a support group as it is also being made to feel distinctly worried by this thread.Posted 6 years ago
I’ll try and get a picture of my Gryphon up when I can work out how. I had Rik’s frame. Built up as 1×10 (11/36) as it pretty hilly here, S. Wales, and built on the robust side i.e American Classic All Mountain wheels etc so more mtb rather than cross. Much better on the rocky stuff than I expected and flies around stuff like the Gorlech red at Brechfa, even the final descent – goes around the berms like its on rails. The drops (Luxey bars)are way more comfy and you are defintly ‘locked’ into the drops when on the descents. I’m off to do the Gap in the Beacons at the w/e which is kind of the type of route I had in mind when I built it so we’ll see how we get on.Posted 6 years agothekingofswedenSubscriber
Taz just for the record if I only had one bike especially Singulars(I’ve got a few ! )
The Gryphon definately rules them all and it’s the one I would keep for doing everything very well.
Hydro drops are currently off having a winter rebuild and remodel as they need finishing.
However to prove the versatility of the Gryph it’s currently running J Bars and it’s absolutely fantastic like that too.
🙂Posted 6 years agoiamconfusedagainMember
I am 6ft although I am really just 5’11” with a long neck and head 🙂
I have a large, which is slightly longer than my other bikes with a 90mm stem and luxy bar. For comparison an example of another bike i have is an 18 inch inbred.
Anyway I really like the large, I tried a medium but was too small. I have not had it that long and hve only ridden it on smooth non technical singletrack, it is perfect for that.Posted 5 years ago
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