Knolly Endorphin - POV

Jul 16, 2010 at 0:01
Jul 16, 2010
by Knolly Bikes  
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The Knolly Endorphin is the staff and team favourite for All-Mountain and aggressive trail riding. Recently team riders Ross Measures and Alan Crisp had the opportunity to ride their Endorphins and shoot with Margus Riga.

Pictures and video inside,

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Endorphins are available through your local Knolly Dealer - found here.

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  • + 4
 Sick bike. All of their frames impress me, outstanding attention to detail.
  • + 1
 knolly is the way to go, gotta love their bikes, the v-tach is slick as shit. but the new la pierre dh frame has some amazing new technology, why isnt every company pushing the limits? lets see some crazy new geometry and pivot point innovation, like, as i mentioned earlier, the lapierre, i dont know for a fact if its better or not, but its good to see somebody doing something new... obviously just my opinion...
  • + 3
 Obviously the bike isn't limited to what the video showed, but did anyone notice how smooth that trail was? The fork hardly moved at all.
  • + 4
 im liking the looks of this bike better than the new norco
  • + 1
 Definitely. Knolly kills it
  • + 1
 those head cam videos are freaky! Nice bike! If anyone is looking for a bike that can take a beating and is at home climbing as well as descending look no further.
  • + 2
 great video loved all the angles!! This bike looks stupendous as an all mountain monster!!
  • + 1
 its just a more shiny version of a kona stinky and twice as much but looks good
  • + 0
 Question: why is the staff running the Rockshox build, and Deore components instead of the Fox build?
  • + 9
 Answer: They are supported by rockshox and thus expected to?
  • + 2
 Are they not also supported by Fox, why in my opinion have greater performance models of fork?
  • + 2
 Ross rides for Sram

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