Randoms - Eurobike Media Days 2017

Jun 29, 2017
by Ralf Hauser  



For three days the worldwide bike media had the chance to examine and test ride equipment from the 2018 season at the Eurobike Media Days. This year the event took place in Kronplatz in South Tirol, Italy, with somewhat questionable weather but mighty fine trails to get a first riding impression of next year's products. One run here and one run there on different bikes might not be enough to give a deep insight of ride qualities, but here's some info about bikes and parts that haven't been covered in more detail yet.


BH

Eurobike Media Days 2017
With the Lynx 5, BH is putting the Lynx 4.8 to rest. As the name suggests, travel has grown by 10mm to 130mm at the rear end with a floating shock mount. Also, the geometry has changed with a longer reach of 20 mm (440 mm at size M) and a head angle of 66.5 degrees.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
The 29er is equipped with a Split Pivot system for active suspension under braking.
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The Lynx 5 is available in three aluminum versions, starting at around 2,000 Euros. A carbon fiber option will follow.


Bionicon

Eurobike Media Days 2017
The Bionicon Evo has been on the market since 2016. For 2018 it grows 20mm in reach with a 10mm shorter seat tube and added clearance for 2.6" tires, while it will only be available in 27.5", with no more 26" diameter option.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
The Bionicon system is mated to an X-Fusion rear shock and fork, allowing to riders to change the geometry and travel front and rear. You can choose between a version with 160 or 180mm of travel.
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A custom push button activates the system, lowering the front end by 80mm, resulting in 5 degrees of head and seat angle change while stiffening the rear end by extending the rear linkage.


BMC

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The BMC Agonist was built with the endurance rider in mind. 110 millimeters of travel have been trimmed to work efficiently on the ups, while still delivering a good amount of control on the downs. Only available with 29" wheels, three models with different frame materials are available - model classification 01 is full carbon, 02 sports an aluminum rear end and 03 is fully constructed from aluminum.

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A mud flap protects the cables at the transition point from front to rear end, adding to the clean look at the same time.
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The handlebar-mounted lever activates a full lockout front and rear. Total weight for the Agonist 01 is 10.3 kg.


KTM Bikes

KTM Prowler
Planned as a late model year 2018 bike, the KTM Prowler Sonic should be available this fall. The Austrians were able to show a rapid prototype of their adventure bike - that's their way to describe the new 29er - with 150 mm of travel, ISCG mount with custom chainguide, 1x drivetrain only design, Boost hub spacing and a Horst Link.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
The Prowler uses KTM's straight-line link (SSL) damping technology, actuating the shock with long stroke in, well, as straight a line as as possible.
KTM Prowler
If everything goes according to plan, the frame should only weigh in at 2,200 grams.


Magura

Eurobike Media Days 2017
Magura is bringing their Trail concept to the masses with the MT Trail Sport, consisting of a MT5 four-piston front caliper and dual-piston MT4 rear caliper including a one-finger lever at an affordable price point of 219 Euros.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
The mix of four- and two-piston calipers allows for better modulation for those that have trouble with too much braking power. And yeah, you can change the colors of the inserts.
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The new HC3 lever with multiple adjustments for reach and braking power, which has seen action on the Danny MacAskill Signature model, is now available aftermarket for the MT8, MT7, MT6 and MT Trail Carbon.


Merida

Eurobike Media Days 2017
Trying to not forget about people not driving to work in a Porsche, Merida is introducing the One-Sixty platform with an aluminum chassis. With the same geometry as its carbon sister (65.3 degree head angle, 445 mm reach size M) it also features the same bells and whistles in the form of Boost hub spacing, ISCG mounts and a floating rear shock layout at a starting price for the line of only around 2,600 Euros.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
The 160 mm travel bike is equipped with a trunnion mount shock for more standover clearance and features a 170 mm travel fork up front.
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The One-Sixty 600 uses the same aluminum rear end as the version with a carbon front triangle.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
With the same features as the One-Sixty, the One-Forty comes with 140 mm of travel in the rear and 150 mm up front and is equipped with grippy 2.6" tires. Prices for the models start below 2,000 Euros.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
Integrated cables are quite common these days, but cable end pieces that hold the cables firmly in place in order to keep them from rubbing up against the steer tube are a nice touch.
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The One-Forty also features a floating link.


Nicolai

Eurobike Media Days 2017
Reviving the Saturn name (once the lightest full-suspension frame way back in the days), Nicolai's incarnation offers 105 mm of travel in the back mated with a 120 mm fork in the front. Today, the frame including shock hits the scale at 2,750 grams (up to a rider weight of 105 kg, above that the frame weighs 200g more) with a complete weight of 10.5 kg (23.1 lb) as seen here.

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Machined part of the month goes to Nicolai's Saturn linkage.
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A strut on either side supports the main pivot point of the linkage to take the load when the shock bottoms out.


Ridley

Eurobike Media Days 2017
A true eyecatcher and bred for racing, the Ridley Sablo comes with 100 mm of travel front and rear and a specifically tuned Fox Factory Evol shock to create a slightly digressive spring curve in order to utilize travel effectively. The bike is available with different specs, while frame and shock are the same for each model.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
At 2,000 g for the frame (excluding shock), the Sablo is still using larger-sized bearings for added reliability.
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The design details are to fall in love with. A single lockout lever operates the front and rear suspension at the same time.


Scott

Eurobike Media Days 2017
A complete contrast to the bright mint/orange color combo of some models in Scott's new Genius platform, this Genius 700 Ultimate in the Stealth option is packed with the best parts money can buy creating a weight of 11.7 kg (25.8 lb).

Eurobike Media Days 2017
With 150 mm of travel, a four bar linkage design and slack 65 (or 65.6) degree head angle, going fast up and down the hill shouldn't be a problem.
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The frame only weighs 2,249 grams including shock and hardware, while trying to remain as stiff as possible through advanced carbon manufacturing processes.

Eurobike Media Days 2017
If you're looking for a really lightweight and well ventilated kneeguard (also available as elbow guard), the Mission with EVA foam and breathable mesh material might be the answer.
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Don't forget about the little ones: The Mission Junior is available in kids sizes from XXS to S.


SRAM / RockShox

Eurobike Media Days 2017
So shiny in real life ... the colab between Truvativ and Troy Lee Designs with special edition handlebars is also trickling down to RockShox afternarket sticker kits.

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This is what the new SRAM Code lever looks like when you cut it open.
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And here's the matching caliper with ports that prevent air from getting trapped where it doesn't belong.







145 Comments

  • + 122
 That Nicolai rocker arm tho....10/10 would pivot.
  • - 1
 Hope they put a needle bearing in that upper shock mount! That rotation is going to be more than any other spot, and teflon isn't going to last and/or feel smooth.
  • + 10
 the rocker seatpost combo is amazing. that bike is next level aesthetic.
  • + 6
 Finally a long and slack XC/marathon bike! Headangle is 67.6º Chainstays are 446mm wheelbase is over 1200mm in size medium and above! Comes standard with a 50mm stem!
How long will it take to come out with a geometron roadbike?
  • + 1
 @nuttypoolog: they run either needle roller bearings on hardened shaft or igus bushings on shaft. Very well thought out pivots, easily one of the best in the industry. Have had them, and the pivots last seasons in shit conditions with barely any tlc.
  • - 1
 Please no on the hammer head shark stem/bar combo on the Scott. That shit is fugly AF.
  • + 7
 @ShreddieMercury: I'd disagree. I think the Scott integrated setup looks rad, but then I'm not one who finds Renthal or Chromag stems all that pretty, either.
  • + 2
 I'm trying to think of a reason I need that Nicolai... best looking bike I've seen in a bit. The Meridas ain't bad either
  • + 2
 @atrokz: funny you mention igus. I needed some for my fury linkage and Jenson sent me wrong bearings (for a newer fury model). I contacted igus and they sent me a few sets of them for free as a sample. Pretty rad! Glad to know they hold up!
  • - 2
 @Squeakybb: we use em a lot in industry, great company, and yea they will send samples to anyone!
  • + 3
 @trialsracer: Nicolai just makes a mean looking bike. They have that engineering-first look to them. Industrial, functional.
  • + 1
 @SintraFreeride: You should look up the Pole Evolink xc bike. Not ultra light but should take some serious abuse. Wink
  • + 0
 lol at the wankers following me around to give neg props on a free sample post. Get a life kids.
  • + 1
 @hirvi: Yeah I also like the look and geo of that bike! I have the Evolink 176 myself Wink
  • + 47
 Ridley/Scott join forces, spawn Alien bike.
  • + 3
 Why doesn't this have more upvotes!?
  • + 1
 @briceps: @briceps: Because Ridley Scott having anything to do with Alien right now is guaranteed to SUCK....


and no I don't mean face suck from an alien facehugger, I mean as in lame, dumb, full of potential but utterly lacking in deliver or substance, etc...
  • + 35
 I'm a little biased but that Nicolai is the best looker in the lot. Followed by the Scott


PS Sticker Kit upgrades? Get f*cked SRAM!
  • + 5
 The Ridley is sicker
  • + 14
 @mollow: Meh. Carbon frames don't do it for myself anymore.

Ridley is 2000g ex. shock. Nicolai is 2750g inc. shock. Quite the impressive feat to get alloy that light.
  • - 1
 @gonecoastal: why? You must think it's durable.....
  • - 4
flag cvoc (Jun 30, 2017 at 2:35) (Below Threshold)
 @gonecoastal:
The Nicolai has a weight limit of 105 kg. I'm not that heavy, but I personally wouldn't buy a frame with such a weight limit. Just feels like they are trying too hard to save weight where you shouldn't.
  • + 8
 @cvoc: If you feel uncomfortable with that kind of a limit, you can get a burlier frame that would be 200g heavier, just like it says in the article.
  • + 4
 @takeiteasyridehard: It's a Nicolai, they're always durable. Even if you do somehow manage to break one you just get on your phone, call Volker and your frame will be winging it's way back to Germany for repairs in no time.
  • + 2
 @cvoc: My oldschool '99 Rocky Mountain Element was 2500 gram including shock. It's still working. I think Nicolai is very conservative on the weight limit.
  • + 1
 @takeiteasyridehard: I think Nicolai are quality bicycle manufactures. I'll find out in a week or two when my frame arrives. Hoping that Mojo will bring a Saturn twist to production too though.

@cvoc: What @skinnyman said. I've seen many bike products with weight limits on them and guess what; many of those products are carbon fibre ones.

@zonoskar: Dang! Is yours the model with the lime green main frame and black swing arm and fork? I had that one. Always think I shouldn't have sold it. Blank Stare
  • + 1
 @gonecoastal: I agree they are quality bike manufacturers. Some of the best probably. That doesn't mean a bike which is built super light, and exceptionally well, won't have a short life. Its probably a bad analogy, but BMX went through a too heavy, then a too light, before finding just right weight. To me this Nicolas is an experiment using consumers as test subjects. It's industry research to find out how consumers use things, and whether they can produce consumable bikes, and have the majority of customers not feel slighted. If used as intended I'm sure it performs great...right up until that whoops I'm off line in the grass full of big hidden rocks moment.
  • + 2
 @takeiteasyridehard: Nicolai lists the Saturn 11 as a Marathon Race Bike. If one was concerned about the durability opt for the heavier frame, or go with the G13 which is a trail bike or adjust ones riding style.
I'm truly interested in how many Saturn frames/bikes they'll sell; does the XC weight weenie market have room for relatively small, western built, alloy frames? Or is the lure of Taiwanese carbon frames too much for beta males to resist?
  • + 2
 @gonecoastal: I own a steel bike, and an aluminum one, no carbon. I've always wanted a Nicolas actually, but haven't been able to justify the cost. Not that it's too high, but because I always buy brands I can get deals on through the shop I work at. You are right though, I personally would not be in the market for a Saturn. I think it's cool, but I also think it may be too light, even for a small amount of the intended users. I really hope the bike works for you, and I'm sure it will as long as you're concious of what you're riding. However, I know a few doctors who were really good at finishing school, but have no common sense otherwise...it's them I fear for.
  • + 2
 @gonecoastal: I'm not sure they'll sell many to full on racer types, but I can see them selling a lot of the 'reinforced' version to the same kind of people who buy Banshee Phantoms and Evil Followings. Light(ish), strong, nimble and you can have it made to measure, sounds like a trailbike dream come true.
  • + 1
 @gonecoastal: No, I had a limited version of the T.O., with a red front with maple leafs and a silver rear. The normal colors for that year were blue/white I think. The green/black bike was the Element Race.
  • + 33
 I'm kinda liking the look of the new Merida models
  • + 5
 Pricing/spec doesn't hurt too.
  • + 2
 pretty decent geometry and future proof. 75 degree seat angle, 66.5 head angle, 455mm reach for a large, boost, and metric shock.
  • + 3
 @justwan-naride: yea, ideal for us mere mortals who can only afford a new bike on every 7 years or so,
  • + 1
 @potatomasher: It was actually closer to 8 for me!
  • + 1
 @justwan-naride: I'd get a new one, but two kids and a mortgage kinda limit the budget haha. I guess I'll be riding my transition transam for sometime yet.... sighs... #steelisreal #26aintdead
  • + 1
 @potatomasher: Ιt's a classic anyway, so keep enjoying it! Life is so much more than bikes, we need to be gratefull for everything we've got.
  • + 15
 If that KTM rips as hard as my Duke 690 R, I'll take one !
  • + 3
 Thought the same thing, but 300XC-W!!!
  • + 2
 Hope it doesn't get an Intense paint job Smile bare carbon looks good already Smile
  • + 1
 I'll buy a KTM bike only with a pds
  • + 1
 Yea, you like how they called it an adventure bike? Taking some terminology from the motorcycle world. Curious to see if it catches on.
  • + 1
 @nuttypoolog: 300xc with lectron carb, tubless and Scott's damper... she's a beast!!
  • + 2
 @WaterBear I had to laugh when I read that. Sounds like their MX guys are doing the marketing. It makes you wonder how dedicated they really are to the mtb segment.
  • + 2
 @hollowing2000: I could be wrong....but isn't that a prototype 3D printed in plastic? The plastic does look good though!
  • + 1
 @bcmrider: Yea I wonder about that, too. Feels like they're going with conservative, off-the-shelf type designs and leaning on branding. But you never know, right?
  • + 8
 Can someone tell me what the hell kind of handlebar/stem combo that is on the Scott? Im not sure if its rad or if I hate it...
  • + 7
 Its Syncross/Scott new one piece stem and handlebar made just for the new Genious...
  • + 2
 It's called the Hixon, by Syncros. 760mm wide, available in 30, 40, and 50mm stem lengths. Full carbon construction.
  • + 4
 Integrating the stem and bars is a stupid idea when it removes the ability to cater for all the different stem length/bar sweep/height/rotation preferences of riders. If you're swapping the stem and bar anyway, I suppose it doesn't matter, but for wanting to just swap the bar or stem, it's a pain.
  • + 0
 @Smevan: Also sucks if you travel with your bike and want to pack it.
  • + 1
 @bicycle019: A fair point, I hadn't thought of that
  • + 1
 @bicycle019: not really, taking your stem off when you pack your bike helps maintain the proper handlebar position anyway. I frequently take off the bar and stem on bikes I pack.
  • + 1
 @seraph: It'd be simpler to keep the fork and headset in place, if you left the stem on, though
  • + 9
 That Scott looks like a pint of Guinness.
  • + 8
 That flap on the BMC's seatstay is what a lot of other bikes need.
  • + 4
 Yeah pretty tired of cleaning out the lower link on my recluse. Gonna try the foam trick
  • + 8
 @andnyleswillriot: You need my patent pending flappy doodle.
www.pinkbike.com/photo/14889850
  • + 1
 @rewob: that's a nifty idea, except I'll try adhesive Velcro patches for easier remova.
  • + 6
 Digging the frame design on the KTM (first time for me) but I really hope they catch up in terms of geometry.
  • + 3
 three things>
1. I want that Prowler
2. as a former Merida owner, I am glad to see their trailbikes evolve
3. i want somebody to do a riding kit matching the noir aesthetics of that stealth Scott. That would be a kick-ass combo
  • + 5
 That plastic piston in the Code lever. Can't see anything going wrong with that....
  • + 5
 Based on SRAMs history, I would say it will work out wonderfully errrrr...
  • + 4
 KTM looks interesting, always been a Magura fan since my JT hydralic rim brakes from the 90s, that lever! Oh ah HC3 lever!!
  • + 1
 It look a lot like a Specialized Enduro to me, but it'd definitely be cool to read a review of it, once it's on sale
  • + 4
 er I don't get the strut thingy. you can't accomplish that with like frame tubes and stuff?
  • + 4
 Downhill bikes? Anybody remember those things, big suspension, triple crown forks? The F1 of the sport..
  • + 3
 Enduro will take over as the hotbed for showcasing innovation.
  • + 8
 Nothing wrong with giving XC and trail some attention,IMO.
  • + 5
 DH probably doesn't have the ridership of Enduro. In my region (SE USA) Enduro is basically another name for XC anyway. We've got tons of 160mm bikes on XC trails these days but still only 1% of people down here travel north to ride some actual DH / park trails.
  • + 3
 It's actually far harder to make lightweight bikes that perform well over rough terrain than it is to make heavy bikes that just go downhill. Aside from wheels, lockout and some other suspension trickery, DH is kind of at the pinnacle of design, and has been for awhile.
  • + 0
 @PHeller: there are super lightweight DH bikes with tons of R&D into them, hundreds of hrs getting data acquisition, more tech in the suspension that trickles down to shorter travel, etc. There isn't the same level of effort in enduro racing *yet*. DH is definitely the pinnacle of MTB as it stands in terms of R&D and effort.
  • + 3
 @atrokz: and we have XC on the other end. Enduro benefits from both sides, and I feel like with the exception of a few things, 90% of enduro tech is trickled down from DH and XC.
  • + 3
 Some real futuristic design innovation going on here. Haven't seen anything push the envelope like this out of the US lately, with some exceptions like Specialized and Trek.
  • + 8
 LOL @ the 2 brands that feel they need to 'innovate' every year. IE introduce standards that will take hold because of their sales volume.

f*ck them both.
  • + 1
 @scottzg: yeah I mean it kind of proves my point--- spec and trek are the last companies I would support but they are the ones stateside pumping out real next gen tech on a mass scale. Swat box, iso decoupler, squishy stem, futuristic carbon frames, new shock tech.... not all will stick around but many will.
  • + 1
 @blackthorne: TBH I have no idea what any of that is. Then again I don't ride a Trek or a Spesh.
  • + 1
 The Ridley design is just spot on. This look will define light use bikes for the next decade. Please make a lwb with 26 wheels and 65 HA, am 5.7 and 29 not working for me. Nicolai: machining a huge block of alu bar. Sweet. Even if its two piece and welded after. KTM t... nooooo!?
  • + 1
 If you're looking for a really lightweight and well ventilated kneeguard(are hard shell or soft shell kneeguard better for enduroobro)... actuating the shock with long stroke in, well, as straight a line as as possible (interesting suspension design)... A strut on either side supports the main pivot point of the linkage to take the load when the shock bottoms out. A mud flap is protects the cables at the transition point from front to rear end and adding to the clean look at the same time. (Wow manufacturers are looking at details)

So many bike randoms. Boost just for fun
  • + 20
 Lol what?



*tucks dea7hadder into bed*
  • + 4
 Have u made an attempt at summarizing the article?
  • + 4
 Knee pad photos should always show the top so we know how high up they go. thank you
  • + 5
 Ridley scott haha
  • + 2
 Meaning...used to be solid, now its over-hyped with too much special effects and no soul?

Blade Runner, Alien, BHD, and maybe Gladiator. The rest nope.
  • + 0
 wrt the code caliper section view: i wonder if that o-ring at the tip of the brake line screw experiences damage passing all those internal threads when the screw is inserted. Bit of an odd place for a seal at first glance. SRAM: any reason why it had to be there? Is there another o-ring under the screw head?
  • + 1
 If you look closely you'll see the bore after the threads is tapered. When the bolt goes in the o ring clears the threads and seats in the tapered part underneath. Smile
  • + 4
 I'm not a big TLD fan, but the fork sticker is lookin classy.
  • + 4
 that machined linkage on the nicolai, pure hotness !
  • + 4
 already liked the carbon merida and digging the budget option!
  • + 3
 One finger lever? Doesn't everyone use one finger on their brakes?
  • + 3
 That merida 140mm looks awesome
  • + 1
 So the strut on the Nicolai means the frame tubes aren't strong enough to handle those loads on their own? ...You can have it strong or light. Pick one.
  • + 3
 25lb 150mm trail slayers. Wow, we've come a long way.
  • + 1
 To bad that KTM will cost an arm and a leg. It also looks like shock options will be limited.
  • + 1
 I got bored with stealth black when I bought my slimeball yellow Evil Insurgent, but that KTM is making me rethink my views.
  • + 1
 Ooooh-a cutaway of the latest unreliable SRAM brakes!! Otherwise, cool stuff.
  • + 2
 What is that bike stand that BH, Bionicon and Nicolai are using?
  • + 2
 The ktm will probably retail for more than there mx bikes
  • + 3
 1rd
  • + 2
 Why the hell would I want more remotes and levers on my handlebar?
  • + 9
 Take a deeeep breath homie. No one's forcing you to ride it.
  • + 7
 Don't listen to Chubzy, keep fighting the big evil mtb industry!
  • + 1
 @ChubzyWubzy: It is decidedly unsleek though... Surprised no-one has come up with a reconfigurable underbar lever for their lockout. basically, make it look like a shifter, use one paddle for lock/unlock, & then a removable paddle for if you decide you want a dropper.
  • + 2
 That pivot looks like it could be 3D printed
  • + 2
 I see what you did with them last 2 bike brands. Droll.
  • + 2
 Are my eyes playing tricks on me? Where is the main pivot on the KTM?
  • + 4
 Nevermind, it was hiding.
  • + 1
 behind the upper chainguide
  • + 1
 Its directly above the BB shell, its just blocked from view by the upper portion of the chain guide.
  • + 2
 merida and scott.....mmm..
  • + 2
 What the f*ck is a fox ctd doing on a 2018 bike?
  • - 2
 still better than any cane creek
  • + 4
 @whitebullit: I'd take my Cane Creek DB Inline over the original Fox / Scott Nude CTD shock on my Scott Genius any day. I'm a big guy and the DB Inline (with the latest updates) has been trouble free for 6 months so far. This shock has transformed my bike.
  • + 0
 @Xorrox: until it seizes at the bottom of its travel then it will really transform your bike... into pieces.
  • + 3
 @whitebullit: LOL

I have to admit I had some reservations going in, but the deal I got from Jenson USA was too good to pass up and so far the latest upgrades are working for me (knock on wood). I'm hoping for both my sake and Cane Creek's that they have finally put their reliability problems behind them.
  • + 2
 @Xorrox: I hope it works out for you. With so many reliable products on the market a lot of us won't touch something that has had the reliability concerns of previous DB inlines. The fact that you can't (or are not supposed to) service a CC shock just puts salt in the wound.
  • + 1
 TLD translates as, 'For The Blind' in Swahili.
  • + 1
 Any one else in love with the Ridley?
  • + 1
 No close up of that 1-piece handlebar?
  • + 1
 What is the wheel size on the Meridas?
  • + 1
 Is that KTM Prowler Sonic a 3D printed prototype frame?!?
  • + 1
 Whats that KTM going to cost 10000$ lol... ????
  • + 1
 What's the tab on behind the dropout/pivot on the BH bike?
  • + 1
 These "afternarket" sticker kits are getting out of control.
  • + 1
 BH - floating shock 4 bar with split pivot - resemble a trek much?
  • + 1
 That KTM looks fun!
  • + 0
 AVID CODE 2008 is calling!
  • + 1
 That KTM is sick looking
  • + 0
 Eewwww. Is that a 70mm stem on the Bionicon?
  • + 1
 looks like a 90mm, to be honest
  • + 1
 I'll take one of each
  • + 0
 Good luck adjusting shock rebound on that Scott
  • + 0
 carbon is dead
  • - 3
 How'd day test dem bikes n bits from 2018 already?
Sort of time travel thang? Guess i need dat facebooky thingy
  • + 1
 It's all ball bearings nowadays.
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