First Ride: Polygon Collosus DH9

Aug 19, 2015
by Mike Kazimer  



Nearly two years ago, Mick Hannah and other members of the Polygon UR Team began showing up at World Cup DH races aboard prototype versions of a new downhill bike. For a time it seemed as if Mick was aboard a different bike at every race, and there was little indication that Polygon had any plans to release the bike to the public. That's all about to change with the introduction of the Collosus DH9, which will be arriving this fall with 203mm of travel, 27.5” wheels, and an aluminum front triangle paired to a carbon swingarm.

Details
• Intended use: downhill
• Travel: 203mm
• Aluminum front triangle, carbon swingarm
• 27.5" or 26" wheels
• 12 x 157mm rear spacing
• 83mm threaded BB
• Sizes S, M, L, XL
• Frame weight: 9 lb with shock
• Price: $5499 USD

It's the price that's most likely to cause riders to take a second look – the bike comes with a full Shimano Saint gruppo, FOX's new DHX2 shock, a 40 FLOAT, and e*thirteen wheels, all for $5499 USD. There will also be a second model in the line, the DH8, that's equipped with a Zee build kit, Spank wheels, and RockShox suspension for $3999.


DH9
A dual link suspension layout handles the bike's 203mm of rear travel.

Frame Design

The Collosus DH uses a floating dual link design, with the rear shock sandwiched between two triangular links and running through a split in the seat tube. There's a chip at the rearmost shock mount that can be flipped in order to alter the bike's geometry, lowering the bottom bracket height to maintain similar handling characteristics if a rider chooses to run it with 26” wheels. The head angle does change slightly depending on the chip's position, but it's only by .3 degrees, an amount that would barely be perceptible out on the trail.

DH9
DH9
The Collosus DH9 comes with an enviable parts kit, including FOX suspension, a Shimano Saint drivetrain, and e*thirteen wheels shod with Schwalbe's Magic Mary tires.


dh9 geo



Ride Impressions:
bigquotesAs Whistler filled to near bursting with riders and spectators in town for Crankworx, I managed to escape to the upper mountain for a few laps in the Garbanzo zone with the Collosus DH9 in tow. Months of hot weather had left the trails dusty and dry, pockmarked with braking bumps and wheel grabbing holes, conditions that would put any downhill bike to the test.

The most noticeable handling trait of the Collosus was how short the bike's front center felt. With a claimed reach of 428mm in the high setting its geometry isn't that out of the ordinary, but the 30mm stem the bike was set up with made the cockpit feel even smaller. On tight and twisty trails this translated into a quick handling ride that could easily be whipped around corners, but on the longer, more open sections there wasn't the sense of stability that comes with a roomier bike. Polygon does offer four sizes, all the way up to an XL, so riders may want to consider sizing up depending on their fit preferences, or at the very least run the bike with a slightly longer stem.

I rode a mix of trail styles aboard the Collosus DH, everything from more natural, rock and root filled tracks to machine built, smoother jump lines. On the whole, the bike's suspension felt well balanced, with plenty of support for popping off the lips of jumps or hopping over a mess of roots, and the frame itself was quite solid, without any noticeable flex from the back end. I did find that when things got really rough, say in an extended section of stair-like roots or a jumble of rocks, the DHX2 shock went through the last portion of its travel more easily than I would have expected - there didn't seem to be much ramp up to help the bike deal with bigger hits. Members of the Polygon UR Team have been using air shocks throughout the season, and I'm inclined to think that that would be the simplest way to achieve a more progressive feeling.

A handful of Garbanzo laps is just enough to get a taste for a bike, an appetizer that hints at what the bike can do, but it's safe to say that Polygon have put together a quick and playful DH sled, one whose parts kit and price are sure to have more than a few riders adding it to their wishlist.
- Mike Kazimer


www.polygonbikes.com


162 Comments

  • 132 8
 Mud, meet Shock. Shock, this is Mud. You two are going to get along famously.
  • 223 4
 We are working on a fender to keep mud off the rear shock.
  • 19 8
 Would this be supplied as standard? I personally find shock position like this is a big turn off if you live somewhere which is wet a lot of the year.
  • 111 1
 We offered one standard with our last DH bike the DHX, it is our goal to do the same with the DH9 and DH8.
  • 19 3
 If you live somewhere that's wet alot of the year, it's not only your shock that's gonna get muddy.
  • 134 1
 We tested this bike over the winter and spring in Squamish, BC. It was pretty wet and we spent a lot of time riding in the rain. After we installed an inner tube fender to protect the rear shock from mud there were little to no mud issues. We are still working on a way to keep mud from building up between the knobs on our tires. Stay tuned ...
  • 18 1
 Just run slicks, that will help with mud build up, surely? Oh wait...
  • 6 100
flag DragRider (Aug 19, 2015 at 2:05) (Below Threshold)
 so you advise us to use an "inner tube" ?? @Polygonbikes
  • 74 1
 @DragRider have you read the comments? They are working on a fender to keep mud off the shock. The tube was clearly a temp fix until a proper fender is developed. Christ give them a break
  • 14 2
 Boom... Inner tubes win the day again.... ! Well done on a great bike boys, beers all round
  • 7 0
 great to have both wheel options. looks great and its definitely on my list.
  • 8 0
 @polygon... I'm digging the paint scheme. Nicely done.
  • 2 0
 @Polygonbikes what are CAD prices? will they be available for us without have to do a dollar conversion to get them from the states (like YT)?
  • 2 0
 Think this will be a great bike. With Mick's imput and experience, these bikes will be dialed. Great to see these bad boys in production.
  • 2 1
 @polygonbikes

Will there be a lower spec build? I'm stoked to see more xl sizes that are actually xl.
  • 2 0
 It doesn't look like any more of an issue than I have with my Commencal Meta. The rinky-dink neoprene shock protector they provide keeps everything off the shock without any problem.
  • 7 0
 @unrooted there will be a lower spec model as it says in the article. Boxxer, Vivid, Zee components, Spank rims on Novatec hubs ... $3999 USD

@makripper Polygon does worldwide pricing so a conversion from the USD in needed. So depending on the strength of the Canadian dollar the prices will change.
  • 2 2
 Thanks, but I meant like a $3,000 build. . .but going below zee and Boxxer RC probably would be a waste of money for me.
  • 1 0
 @Polygonbikes ahh, k where do they ship from?
  • 4 1
 @makripper bikes will be shipped from Indonesia
  • 1 0
 @Polygonbikes any information regarding its entrance into Indonesia, like when this bike (and its cheaper sister) will be into Indonesia?
  • 3 28
flag unrooted (Aug 19, 2015 at 10:19) (Below Threshold)
 I thought that Polygon sold their bikes direct via the internet, no wonder their prices are so high. I'll be getting a YT if I decide to blow my wad on a DH sled, but I'll probably just continue renting since it is cheaper in the long run. . .
  • 34 0
 @unrooted I'm not sure where you can buy a bike with a similar spec for less. Charger Damper Boxxer, Vivid, Zee everything for under $4000 USD is a killer deal.
  • 1 15
flag unrooted (Aug 19, 2015 at 10:49) (Below Threshold)
 Probably no where since there isn't a polygon dealer withing 100 miles of me.
  • 3 0
 true Polygon should sell direct, and a Canadian distributor too for less hassle for us canucks Smile
  • 21 0
 @unrooted Polygon is selling customer direct in North America. Order a bike online and we ship it your door.
  • 2 1
 The guy at Yt at crankworks said Yt is soon coming to Canada
  • 5 0
 @unrooted actually this price is very very competitive for what you get. and you dont need a dealer you can order direcly like they said.
  • 3 12
flag Mike-Gambino (Aug 19, 2015 at 14:18) (Below Threshold)
 @Polygonbikes "I'm not sure where you can buy a bike with a similar spec for less. Charger Damper Boxxer, Vivid, Zee everything for under $4000 USD is a killer deal."

YT Industries
  • 63 1
 Always appreciate it when the manufacturers reply to comments. That and the fact that it takes both 26 and 27.5. Surely all downhill frames can be adapted to work that way. Bolt on an XFusion RV1 or Marzocchi 380 (hopefully someone can keep on making them) and voila!!!
  • 70 0
 Kurt Sorge has been riding his DH9 with 26" wheels at the Fest Series events and has been sending it. So if companies keep making 26" forks things should be fine.
  • 4 0
 Momche, ot nashte li si? Big Grin
  • 6 1
 Why can't a 26" wheel be run on a 27.5 fork???
  • 12 0
 @unrooted the fork offset is different for a 26" fork and a 27.5" fork. That being said lots of guys are running 26" wheels in a 27.5" fork.
  • 1 1
 you can use an angle set to cover the offset
  • 1 0
 @Bird-man now I understand what you're getting at, but I'd honestly leave the headangle and run the extra offset, its not a big deal really. Monster T's had an extra 3/4" of offset over a regular fork way back in the day, nobody complained about that if anything it just added to stability.
  • 1 0
 You can decrease the head angle to help with the offset change, but when I ran a 27.5 Fox 36 on my 26in wheeled bike the bike was noticeably twitchy when steering. More offset = less trail, less trail, if everything else remains the same, results in quicker steering and less stability. You can lessen the head angle to help compensate but the Cane Creek angleset only gives you 1.5 degrees to play with, I haven't done the math to see if that would be enough to keep the trail number relatively the same after adding offset.
  • 2 0
 @Gills: 1° less is roughly 5mm more of trail. 1.5° is more than enough
  • 1 0
 I have a M9 with a dorado that I converted to a 27.5 as it has 3 differt rear triangle settings and when I used the darado it was very long 52 inches and did not steer in fact the front end would constantly leave me......I steepened it by .5 and that made it a world of difference now i feel the front wheel solid in all turns its super stable at speeds....and no need to go to the 27.5 darodo! angle set was nessasary for me and it came with the m9.....so my conversion consisted of me buying 2 rims and 2 tires which i had to do anyway!!!!!!! the angles are almost the same as the m16 now.
  • 1 0
 @faul, That's good to know, 1.5 deg. would definitely make up the difference of the added offset, I think the Fox 36 has about 7mm added offset for the 27.5 forks.
  • 37 1
 THANK YOU Polygon!!! For those of us who ride at a professional level but don't give a crap about increasing our wheel size, I give you many thanks for continuing to offer us a 26" option. Plus I can see that you really do care about your customers, marked by your personal responses to our comments. Cheers to you! *clink*
  • 28 0
 It's nice to have the option to run a different wheel size in a DH bike, a lot of bike park trails are going to be a lot more fun on a 26" wheel and a lot of them are going to be faster on a 27.5" wheel. This give the end user the chance to choose what they want to run.
  • 33 0
 looks like a....good bargain
  • 9 17
flag bigburd (Aug 19, 2015 at 6:58) (Below Threshold)
 I'd sure like to session it .. sorry :/
  • 26 0
 THIS is what we need. Options. Flip a chip and the bike allows you to go to 26" wheels. Let the mountainbike industry have variety.
  • 28 0
 i like the 26 option.
  • 5 21
flag DragRider (Aug 19, 2015 at 2:21) (Below Threshold)
 have you tried 27,5'' on DH i need to know couse im stuck on 26'' for DH forever !!!
  • 2 0
 @DragRider Honestly I notice no difference running 27.5" over 26" hitting a lot of the same trails....
  • 2 0
 @scotttherider 10x for letting me know, but i ve no idea why i got so many negative minus just asking a question it seems a lot of haters around Smile
  • 21 1
 amazing looking bike
  • 33 0
 Thanks, we worked really hard on building a bike that would look good and be fun to ride.
  • 14 0
 @Polygonbikes
You bravery at participating in the Pinkbike comments
Section is impressive. It can be like a frustrating pool of F"#ktard quicksand for many, so nicely done.
A free icy cold craft beer for you if you ever visit central Vancouver Island!
  • 18 1
 Maybe Mike would of had a better impression had he installed pedals.
  • 54 0
 to keep the weight down the DH9 should be ridden with out pedals, the chain is just for show as well ...
  • 9 0
 Hahaha whoever behind that screen you guys at polygon wrocckkss ????
  • 2 0
 This same logic can be applied to the use if a saddle, running only a seatpost will save you some weigh also.
  • 16 0
 The reason we keep the saddle on is because of laziness. After a long day in the bike park we like to do a couple of B-Line laps sitting down. A better rider could get rid of the saddle and the seat post, but we would not advise it. Pedals are probably a really good idea too.
  • 8 0
 Fox did one thing really nicely - putting those setting knobs under some angle, so you can access them at any time, probably on any frame, no matter how crazy the design is. This is a big pain on CC DB shock where i have zero area to work with knobs on certain bikes...
  • 5 0
 Nice to see you taking the time to respond to questions and taking the time to read and follow the comments Polygon !!!...this is a big plus for me as soo many companies fail to deliver on customer care and customer services!! - A certain Young talent company recently lost me as a customer solely down to the fact the their customer relationships meant nothing to them!!

The bike looks awesome ,and great spec/ price combination.
  • 9 0
 Just old salty dudes with no talent hanging out at computers all day. So lots of time to answer questions and comments ... but now it's time to go out and ride this beauty.
  • 8 0
 Polywheels are OK - 27.5" or 26" wheels
  • 1 8
flag yoshiro (Aug 19, 2015 at 2:57) (Below Threshold)
 I wonder if Polygon will make another made of full carbon to mimic a polygon closer than this one. Hopefully this will make one into a 13rd Saint of Evil who'll trash Magical Mary - pardon the pun, neeways.
  • 4 0
 The lines on the bike looks like a Transition Tr400, though the linkage is way different the overall shape of the top tube and the dowtube is similar. The swingarm looks almost similar to a VPP linkage bike like the V10. Though the bike looks great and I would definitely would try to give this thing a ride.
  • 8 1
 $5499 with a killer spec. Hello other manufacturers! If this build was on the new Rocky Mountain it would be $12000
  • 9 0
 Polygon owns it's manufacturing facilities and is giving customers factory direct pricing. There are a couple of other brands out there doing this and I think we will be seeing more of this in the future.
  • 3 5
 They are selling the killer spec at wholesale, marking it up from OE. It's not a business model that any bike company that uses dealer-retailers can utilize. It's hiding the cost of Saint and Fox Factory level parts, not actually bringing them down. Polygon USA is a small number of bros (gals?) in an office posting to pinkbike and will never support another job. The very small profit from each polygon sold goes straight to the Indonesian owner, rather than into the domestic economy (whichever country or economic zone the rider lives in).
  • 11 0
 In Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore ... Polygon sells through a distributor to bike shops, so similar to the current bike shop model seen in the USA. The USA is a new market for Polygon so to keep costs down Polygon went with the customer direct approach. This does not mean that Polygon will not work with your local bike shop to get a bike to you. Our model is to get a bike to you the easiest way possible. If you want to buy from your local dealer have them contact us at info@polygonbikes.com and we will make it happen.
  • 2 2
 In Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore polygon (or the company that owns polygon) owns 30-something retail stores, so it's still direct. Also, those countries' biz practices (incl. prices) aren't really relevant to North America and the euro zone; the market is totally different.
  • 2 0
 Well with conversion it's actually about $7200 CAD...
  • 6 0
 Thank you Polygon, paying attention to your customers and the real buying market. A+
  • 5 0
 Wow, Polygon with your multiple wheel size options and direct responses to questions in the comments, you're making a new fan of your company. Thanks.
  • 19 0
 We make a mean grilled cheese sandwich as well if you want to come over for lunch.
  • 3 0
 Fork retails for about two grand. Saint gruppo. about two grand. This frame about two grand. And your selling the bikes for under 6000$ for the hi end model.
Very impressive.
I like longer top tubes .what is the length of the TT for a large frame?
  • 3 0
 Really nice looking rig. Hope the prices in Europe will still be manageable as I would definitely consider this as my next bike!
  • 2 1
 5599 EUR
  • 2 0
 Why does it cost more in europe?
  • 2 1
 That's a good question, as they are an Indonesian company so importing into the USA and Europe should be equal.
  • 16 0
 Takes 10 days for a ship to get to the west coast USA, takes 6 weeks plus for a ship to get to Europe. Exchange rates, import duties etc vary from country to country- and it all adds up to price variations. Especially between $ £ and €.

It's anyone who sets pricing structure's biggest ball ache and one that's not easily solved.

Don't forget us prices don't include sales tax, euro and British pricing does..
  • 3 0
 Hmmmm, and another contender has hit the scene to replace my current ride!! Well done Polygon, thanks for making the choice that little bit more difficult!!
  • 6 0
 you're welcome ... or sorry ...
  • 2 0
 @Polygonbikes I would say welcome, have been interested in getting a new rig, and the fact it can run 26 and 27.5 is an awesome advantage. Now just to wait for them to come into Oz so I can check one out in the flesh (and see how much it will raid from my bank balance)
  • 1 0
 This bike looks pretty good, but it's still at least £800 more than the top and better spec Tues Cf Pro,
and over £1000 more than the similar spec Tues Cf. Hopefully it will do well and the price may come down.
It's a similar price point to the basic Wilson which i also like.
  • 1 0
 Why is there so small increments in the sizing of the frame? What is the point of doing 4 sizes when they are almost the same? Why not for example 4 cm difference in reach between the sizes instead of just 2 cm? @Polygonbikes
  • 2 0
 you made a very nice rig with reasonable price!!. and it is nice to see the manufacturer reply directly to the questions in this pinkbike comment room, never seen like this before, appreciate it.
  • 4 0
 Great build!
keep building these beasts! =D
  • 4 0
 That's a great looking bike
  • 4 0
 Much better looking than the n9
  • 5 2
 I think the N9 just needed a bit of colour to make it sexier, check out the 2016 N9. www.polygonbikes.com/ww/blog/polygon-bikes-2016-at-eurobike-show#image-5
  • 12 4
 Holy shit snacks that thing is ugly!
  • 7 2
 Sorry Polygon... Not feeling the n9
  • 4 3
 I will never get my head round why people care more about the look of a bike than the ride quality. Is your self esteem really that low that you care more about what other people think of your bike than how much fun you are having on it?
  • 5 1
 @gabriel-mission9 because most bikes in this price range are awesome, why not have one that looks great in your garage? I don't have the data to support it but I'd wager that the resale is better on sexy bikes as well. Just talk to any Ellsworth owner.
  • 3 0
 Oh absolutely, if have narrowed my choices down to two bikes, and there is nothing to choose between them except for the aesthetics, I will go for the pretty one.

However would I choose a pretty bike over an uglier bike that performs better? Hell no.
  • 4 0
 @gabriel-mission9

yes my self steem is really that low. you made me feel so sad im gonna have to go for road ride on my pinarello wearing all my rapha kit. hope you are happy
  • 1 1
 Most people who comment on the N9 have never seen one in person. A straight profile picture on the interwebz does not do it any justice. While it may not be for everyone, it does ride great and it looks much better when you see it in person.
  • 2 0
 I try to be happy where possible, thankyou fercho25. I am sad that you are sad though. Hopefully the endorphines from riding your bike will make you feel better. So much so you will even be able to ignore all the people sn*ggering at your Rapha kit Razz
  • 1 0
 www.polygonbikes.com/ww/blog/polygon-bikes-2016-at-eurobike-show#image-5

m.pinkbike.com/news/polygon-collosus-n9-review-2014.html

At least, for you guys who thinks that N9's uglier than an Orange Alpine in orange, just look at the fifth image at the link that @Polygonbikes has provided.

So now we'll ride an Orange in all its glory, yet with sheer nimbleness that the floating dual link provide.

And regarding the N9, have u guys at @Polygonbikes redesigned the rear end of this bike? Koz once upon a time, N9 was criticized for having a flexy rear end. Have you guys stiffened 'em for more hard-charging? (At the first link, for sure.)
  • 1 0
 And sorry for spamming you guys, but why not make all the links in a more exotic material, such as one-piece magnesium, or even hi-mod carbon? Isn't it could stiffened the rear end?
  • 5 0
 @yoshiro, there are several riders riding the N9 in the Pacific North West and rear end flex has not been an issue. Kurt Sorge has been riding one and I have not heard any complaints about rear end flex. And I doubt there are many riders out there charging as hard as Sorge does ... or even Kevin Landry for that matter. www.pinkbike.com/video/392427

Magnesium or carbon links would be expensive to produce. And due to the location of the linkage on the N9 they would not increase stiffness all that much. The cost to benefit for an upgrade like this is not an economical choice. I hope this answered your question. Feel free to email info@polygonbikes.com for more information.
  • 1 0
 @Polygonbikes What is the frame size shown on the pictures? Will there be any sizing chart available (frame size and rider's hieght recommendation)? What is usually the lead time for deliveries to Europe? Thanks
  • 1 0
 @Polygonbikes What is the frame size shown on the pictures? Will there be any sizing chart available (frame size and rider's hieght recommendation)? What is usually the lead time for deliveries to Europe? Thanks
  • 1 0
 The bike in the pictures is a large, I will look into the possibility of a sizing chart but it is not something that we currently offer on our website. For sizing comparing the stack and reach numbers to your current bike are usually the safest bet. As stated in the article the top tube length are a little bit short and going up a size might not be a bad idea. Shipping to Europe usually takes 7-10 days. If you have any more questions feel free to email info@polygonbikes.com
  • 3 4
 Have you guys managed to sort out a few issues the dhx had? One being the chain growth two being the tiny screw that holds the mech hanger on that snaps off and wrecks the cassette locking ring and leaves the mech hanger flopping around and three being the low bb hight that allows the bottom chain guide to be ripped off?
I look after a fleet of dhx's and N9's in Morzine and have being having these issues all season.
  • 3 0
 The DHX is being replaced with the DH9 ... issues solved?
  • 2 0
 Love this bike. I hope it's gonna be available with a Frame Only option....
  • 5 0
 The bike will be available as a frame set.
  • 4 0
 Nonagon (Polygon 9)
  • 3 0
 Polygon. Is making sick bikes now keep it up guys
  • 1 0
 Why do polygon frames always seem to need so many spacers above the headset? Hannah runs his with a ton, and even this bike has a load. why?
  • 2 0
 options.
  • 4 0
 This is so the customer can choose how to run their set up. The steer tube can be cut if the end user decides to run his set up lower. Gives people the option to choose ...
  • 1 0
 actually @simooo Hannah always ran with a lot of rise on all of his bikes since the beginning.
  • 3 0
 Threaded bottom bracket! Yay!
  • 2 0
 OK, why so short and superficial test of the bike? More photos? Smile
  • 2 0
 This is unbelievably sexy!!!!
  • 2 0
 This is one sexy bike. The linkage is making my pants tight haha.
  • 15 0
 skin suits were banned by the UCI several years ago for this exact reason ...
  • 2 0
 17.5" reach on an XL DH bike? Is this 2008 or something?
  • 3 0
 Polygon's main market is Asia where rider sizes are on the smaller side. For North American riders I would suggest going up a size.
  • 1 0
 Awesome. Will there be an XXXL?
  • 1 1
 I want that thing... that's not cool since things are wayyyy to expensive around here T_T and i'm not good enough to be sponsored.... F*!*!*!* GOOD JOB POLYGON !!!!
  • 1 0
 wish I could afford a downhill bike. At least we're seeing better, more competitive prices nowadays for them
  • 1 0
 Will you guys be selling the frame for this bike. If so, will you be able to purchase it without a rear shock?
  • 1 0
 @Polygonbikes Any news on the development of the shock guard as I am looking to make a purchase in the near future.
  • 1 0
 great tech, great design and my fav colour combo! everything seems right.
  • 1 0
 Is there a frame set avaliable in europe ?
  • 1 0
 yes, the frame set will be available world wide.
  • 1 0
 Price? And what color will it be!
  • 1 0
 $1999 USD, same color
  • 1 0
 Is the dh8 also going to be that color?
  • 1 0
 The DH8 is red and black
  • 2 0
 @polygonbikes is the dh8 also avaible frameset with different color and a more basic shock ? or only DH9 will be avaible ?

Cheers
  • 1 0
 @hardyk I do not have that information at this time ... please email info@polygonbikes.com
  • 1 0
 Mmmm, it is gonna to be with a perfect weight center!
  • 1 0
 Looks great, love the colour scheme and graphic!
  • 1 0
 looks like scot also with kona's color shit
  • 1 0
 Good looking bike .....period, too bad my Norco is only 9 months old Frown
  • 1 0
 The way you shred, you should probably replace it with a new beast anyways. What else are you going to do with all that excess cash?
  • 1 0
 Loooks super nice, would love to shred this if i had the money
  • 1 0
 Nice bike, looks like it can take a beating.
  • 2 1
 great price !
  • 4 4
 I like my shocks like my girls, very dirty and on the rebound
  • 1 0
 looks amazing
  • 1 0
 Soooo pretty
  • 1 1
 Would love to see a review of the Rocky Altitude Rally 790!
  • 3 4
 Post a review about the canyon dhx !!
  • 4 7
 I got to 9lb without shock and give up
  • 5 0
 Hi there there is a mistake on the weight the DH9 is really light tonight at the team pit we grabbed Mick hannah spare frame to double check the weight and it's under 7lb without shock, 9lb is with the shock probably a typo mistake.
  • 1 0
 brilliant news!! that makes much more sense being honest.
  • 1 4
 Does that linkage look a bit like the Evil design....slightly??
  • 1 1
 It does look similar to the DW link if you squint a lot
  • 1 0
 Nah, it looks like Alien Mondraker :3
  • 3 1
 @mrwynnewillson
not even slightly
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