Me from that pic, I had it for sale before xmas and prior to the fat tread bike sale. Here is mine built up,
Due to injury only ridden it a few times and only twice off road, I recommend them, it is heavy so with z1 lights, slx groupset and very heavy hope bulbs wheelset 35lbs. Still playing around with the set up at the moment but aiming to get it down to 31lbs. Climbs well with forks reduced, steady and with traction, going down well outstanding. I ain’t no downhiller but have had a few big travel bikes buillt, turner rfx, ellsworth moment and I would say it is not quite all dayer as the ellsworth (that could be me as an not fully fit) but better down, and for me only second to my old rfx and then only just. The two changes I will make are a coil shock, I find the dhx blows through it’s travel too quickly and shorter stem, with the slack seat angle it is a long bike. I would recommend one if you want a bombproof long travel bike, quality is top though it is painted not anodized as it looks.
There was one for sale in the classifieds not so long ago. But Fat tread bikes were giving them away in the sale……….literally.
I woul like to try the el gaupo which replaced it, one was in the classifieds for 550 not so long ago.
Great bike 😀Posted 9 years agocharlie the bikemongerSubscriber
Thats a real supermoto, awesome bike, I have one, love it. Yeah its not the most respectful and peaceful bike in the world, but I would rather have my KTM over the big bouncy titus 😉Posted 9 years ago
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