Ultimate Trail Bike
I found the angles on my heckler a bit steep for the amount of travel, when the trails got steep I felt too on top of it, a heckler with a couple of degrees slacker head angle would be perfect for me. I don’t know which bike that would be, but I have always liked the look of the nicolai’s if the angles matched my likes it would be my first choice.Posted 6 years agoandrewhMember
If I ever get the funds the replacement for my current one will be one of SC Bullit, Orange Patriot, Pivot Mach 5.7 or Yeti ASR-7. Veering towards Yeti but the only one those I have tried was the Patriot, very good. Also loved the similar Sub-5 (does that date me?) but hated the also similar Sub-3, mainly due to lack of ground clearence.Posted 6 years ago
I might do you a discount and deferred payment 🙂Posted 6 years agodreednyaSubscriber
I had a Heckler and have to agree that for smiles per mile it is one of the best trail bikes out there.
Got a Mojo SL after I cracked the down tube, and find the mojo better on single track and descending and pretty similar climbing (built the Heckler light to 28 lbs and the Ibis is in a heavier build at 28 lbs!) Mojo is I’m afraid way better and far more capable than me 🙂 – it is also twice the price for the frame…….Posted 6 years ago
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