- Todays ride pics from Demoing a Sonder Ti Signal
Wow what a bike first time on a 29er and it was ace a few pbs on my local route ride started and finished at Alpkit Ambleside with coffee 🙂
Lent my Evol to a chap who I had never met until today he was impressed and will probably buy one.
[url=https://flic.kr/p/2fmfEa4]55826946_10157295318031474_2918728116434108416_n[/url] by Richard Munro, on Flickr
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[url=https://flic.kr/p/2fmfEe2]55549644_10157295319021474_5079029866695753728_n[/url] by Richard Munro, on Flickr
[url=https://flic.kr/p/2fmfEmM]56358427_10157295163116474_2080806320839065600_n[/url] by Richard Munro, on Flickr
[url=https://flic.kr/p/2fmfE5K]55548558_10157295317316474_8763723460015816704_n[/url] by Richard Munro, on Flickr
[url=https://flic.kr/p/2fmfE7D]55947546_10157295317656474_875287676062793728_n[/url] by Richard Munro, on FlickrPosted 7 months agowbm1874Member
They’re great bikes, you won’t regret buying one. I love mine, makes me feel like I’m a kid again. I can’t speak for the helm as I put a pike on my frame, but mud clearance is very good — there’s a wee bit of strengthening welded behind the BB that fills up a bit, but hasn’t caused me any problems so far as it’s still quite a distance from the wheel.Posted 7 months ago
It felt just like my Evol in position wise which is good, not to long! Helm forks are ace so plush. Slight bit of tyre rub Vigilantis 2.6 when powering down conditions were brilliant today so lots of grip I pb a couple of tecky sections on Strava well pleased a very confidence inspiring ride if I did not have my Ti Stooge I would buy one with no hesitationPosted 7 months ago
[url=https://flic.kr/p/2fgDzSS]55910086_10157295317196474_1319660200986148864_n[/url] by Richard Munro, on Flickr
I’ve got one and it’s a cracking bike. I have no idea how to post photos otherwise I’d put a couple up. Got the xl frame (I’m 6’3”) and built it up with 120 Pike and hunt trail wide wheels. Rode the ‘puffer on it this year and it was perfect. My s150 has been hardly used since I got it as it’s perfect for most of my local (sub-gnar) riding.Posted 6 months ago
I had a demo of an xl today. Coming from a large tarn with a reach of 465, i figured I’d size up as the low standover and seattube allowed it. At 6’1 with a 150mm dropper the post was as low as possible but saddle wasn’t too high.
Did 35km in the peak. It felt very comfortable from the start. Saddle was a bit more forward than on my other bikes but with the extra reach and a 35mm stem it felt spot on. I expected it to feel low being 10mm lower than my tarn, but had no issues with pedal strikes on the rocky climbs. It felt very balanced, great up and down. Compliance through the rear felt similar to my tarn, though hard to compare with a 2.6 tyre and having been on the full sus over the past month.
Not 100% yet whether I’ll buy a frame but I suspect I will later this year.
Posted 5 months ago
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