Propain Rage CF "First Edition" – Carbon DH Bike

Oct 9, 2016
by PROPAIN-Bicycles  
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The new Rage CF carbon downhill bike by Propain was definitely one of the highlights at the Eurobike 2016. After the success of the Tyee CF it was the next logical step to upgrade the downhill bike to carbon as well. The new full carbon frame features a wide variety of geometry options. Three different top tube lengths and two different chain stay lengths are possible for each frame size to perfectly adjust the geometry to the rider, the track, or the riding style. Just like the Tyee CF in 2016, the Rage CF will be available as a limited “First Edition” for pre-order, priced at € 4,999 and in an exclusive color.

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bigquotesWe wanted to design a bike which is capable of winning World Cup races, but at the same time, is versatile enough to be the perfect bike for weekend fun on bike park tracks. - Robert Krauss

Propain – Evolution in Development

Constant evolution is the mantra of Propain’s development team. The new Rage CF represents the fourth generation of Propain’s downhill bike, but this time the result might as well be called revolutionary. The frame has been redesigned to get the best out of the carbon attributes, and features a whole host of new improvements and adjustments. What has stayed the same, though, is the highly acclaimed Pro10 suspension system, which combines pedal efficiency with small-bump sensitivity.

The Rage CF can be built just below 15kg (33pounds) and is one of the lightest Downhill bikes available. The frame weight tips the scale at 3.1kg (6.8 pounds) which is more than 500g lighter than the aluminum version. Even though the frame weight is impressive, it was not even the main development objective. The primary development goal was to use the properties of the carbon material in order to create a stiffer bike with a much more predictive feel than is achievable with an aluminium frame.

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A lot of input from the Propain Dirt Zelvy Worldcup team went into the development of the frame. The riders, along with Ben Reid, know exactly what is needed to get the most out of the bike. As a result, the Rage CF features a new and revolutionary reach adjustment which, along with the new chain stay length adjustment, enables you to adapt the bike perfectly to your size, track and riding style. Surprisingly, the feedback from all team riders on the head angle was similar, so Propain decided to refrain from head angle adjustment and instead focused on reach and the chainstay length adjustment. Also, the suspension system was tweaked towards perfection.The beginning-stroke progression was increased to make the bike sit higher in travel.

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The new suspension kinematics produce a more progressive rate in the beginning of the stroke (blue line)

One Bike for Everyone

While most bikes currently on the market trend towards shorter chain stays, the new Rage CF can be adjusted to feature a whopping 459mm chain stay length for ultimate stability at high speeds. “This was a request from our WC riders” says head of R&D Robert Krauss. For those who prefer shorter chain stays the length can be set to the short position at 445mm length. This bike perfectly meets Propain’s objective to develop a bike that is versatile enough to win WC races but is just as great for simply having fun with your buddies in the bike park.

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dropout "chip" can be reversed to alter the the chainstay length by 14mm
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Oval headset cups can be reversed to change the reach (and top tube length) by 10mm.

Attention to Detail meets Versatility

The novel reach adjustment provides a yet unknown flexibility to adjust the frame size according to your needs, your size or the track. Simply by flipping the headset cups the reach can be adjusted by +/-10mm and with another centred cup the frame can be ridden in the 0mm position. Combined with the new chain stay adjustment this will give you tons of options to customize the geometry to your needs. Combining all the given options the wheelbase can be adjusted by a total of 34mm.

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Rage CF First Edition

As known from previous product launches at Propain there will be a limited, highly exclusive “First edition” of the new Rage CF. The bike will be available in a limited volume for pre-order starting at midnight on the 10/10/2016. Besides an amazing build kit the frame is dressed in a stunning matte royal blue, which is only available for the First Edition.


• Carbon monocoque main frame
• Unique reach adjustment (+10 mm / 0 mm / -10 mm)
• Chain stay length adjustment (445 mm / 459 mm)
• Internal cable routing (optimized not to interfere with a race plate)
• Combined fork bumper and cable routing
• Durable and strong down tube protection made of durable plastic material
• Exchangeable ISCG mount to protect the frame against heavy impacts
• New, future proof metric sized shock (250x75mm)
• Threaded BSA bottom bracket

• Fork: Fox 40 Factory
• Shock: ]Fox Float X2 Factory
• Drivetrain: Sram X01 DH 1x7
• Crankset: Sram X01 DH Carbon
• Brakes: Magura MT7 First Edition
• Wheels: Zelvy Carbon DH 35
• Handlebar: Sixpack Millenium Carbon 785
• Stem: Sixpack Millenium 35
• Seat Post: Sixpack Forward
• Saddle: Sixpack Kamikaze
• Tyres: Onza Ibex DHC 650B
• Frame Sizes: S/M and L/XL
• Weight: 15.1kg
• Price: € 4,999

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Rage CF Geometry

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  • 175 1
 How to market a bike and ensure you sell loads:
step 1: give it a sweet paint job
step 2: give it a sick spec
step 3: have a sick edit with phill atwill riding it
step 4: watch the sales roll in
  • 90 3
 Step 5: give it to pinkbike and if ProTour does not approve of its rear axle path, it will sell.
Step 6: inevitably wait for 'looks like a session' comment, and then facepalm.
  • 11 0
 if i was in marketing for a bike brand id do a video like that, informative and rad and phil
  • 10 1
 Step 3 only. Thats all thats needed! ......
  • 10 0
 Step 5: clean lines win... always.
  • 105 1
 Step 7: Sell Propain and Propain accessories.
  • 4 0
 @fr3er1d3r: taste the vert, not the dirt ™
  • 6 8
 @cuban-b: looks like a session
  • 2 0
 @fr3er1d3r: 7 am and already that boy ain't right
  • 1 0
 @cuban-b: i was going to say, "looks like an M9"
  • 2 0
 You wot m7
  • 1 0
 @Scotj009: that's actually pretty funny! That joke will be under appreciated for sure
  • 87 1
 Threaded bottom bracket! Yay!
  • 6 2
 Can't upvote enough!
  • 33 0
 That Headset is phenomenal!
  • 24 1
 Genuine question - why have I only ever seen this on DH bikes? It seems like it would be pretty simple to build trail bikes this way too; I can't imagine it's that much heavier.
  • 3 3
 Great idea but how is it secured in the frame? Surely the cups dont just drop in and out by hand like in the video, I dont like the look of that at all, especially in a carbon frame.

The new saracen and commencal have similar ideas with almost as much reach adjustment but use push / interference fit cups which you can guarrantee will be reliable, I imagine after a while this could get creaky pretty fast, I also hate proprietory parts on a bike, love the idea though.
  • 8 0
 @Racer951: My M9 uses a pinch bolt on the top of the head tube to secure the different anglesets in place, but there's no sign of one here. I would imagine they're very slightly tapered and the headset recess also tapered so once you tighten your top cap down on the stem/crown it'll hold it securely in place.
  • 3 3
 @gibbon-on-an-orange: I imagine you are right but using just pre-load to keep the headset in place sounds a bit scary to me, I suppose running twin crown forks will help.

I know headset bearings are often a fairly loose fit and locate onto a tapered surface but this is putting a loose bearing in a loose headcup in the frame - Lots to move around.

Still not something I like the look of, the slightest wear on the frames headtube would lead to a lot of trouble.

Propain should do a small video / drawing to make the headsets function a bit more clear as it is one of the selling points of the bike.
  • 5 0
 @Racer951: This is how the cups fit in the frame. With alignment knobs and stuff. You just have to make sure that the parts are lubed with grease and you're good to go. [link][/link]
  • 5 6
 @Monarch87: Thanks for the link, makes it clear how they work but looks even more questionable in my armchair engineer's eyes.

Small insertion, non interference fit, carbon frame, offset bearings, not a combination I would prefer in a headset, sure it is tool-free but now many people will change their reach by such a large amount track-side, and on a regular basis?

Saracens Myst system is very similar with alignment tabs inside the headtube but they use an interference fit headset to ensure once it is inside the frame it stays solid.
  • 2 18
flag endurocat (Oct 9, 2016 at 5:38) (Below Threshold)
 So, the Huge chainstays are request from WC riders..
Which ones?
I have never seen this bike win a WC race.
  • 5 0
 Yeah, especially if manufacturers are hell bent on only 3 frame sizes to fit all people, a reach adjust headtube on trail bikes would be very welcome
  • 6 0
 @enrico650: The Propain Zelvy team obviously. The bike is brand new. I'm sure Phil rode prototypes in the WC this year though.
  • 8 1
 @enrico650: long chainstays work, check out a gentleman named Greg Minnaar, and see how long his stays are
  • 2 6
flag endurocat (Oct 9, 2016 at 7:56) (Below Threshold)
 @kleinblake: Not at 459mm
  • 4 1
 @enrico650: okay how about the nicolai geometron, probably has longer stays and had some good results this season as well
  • 4 0
 @Racer951: integrated headsets have been used for years. Specialized uses them with a direct bearing-carbon frame interface in their sworks stumpy and new Enduro. I'm sure it will be fine.
  • 2 3
 @Nobble: @Nobble: Huge difference between an integrated headset in which the bearings are centrally aligned along the headtubes axis and a headcup offset by 10mm with minimal insertion depth

Essentially you have the concept of an integrated headset within an integrated headset and no interference fit - You will be using bearing pre-load to keep the headcups in the frame.

There is a reason the Cane Creek Angleset creaks like a pig while fixt angle headsets are all good.

If it works, brilliant, its a great concept, I am sure you will find out once bikes are out under private riders.
  • 14 0


We tested the system quite throroughly and of course found a few points to improve in the meantime.

But one thing never ever happended and that is creaking. We were very concerned about possible creacking noises before testing the first time but we never could get a single creack out of the head set cups. We even tried to by throwing dust into the headtube before mounting it, mounting them without lumbrication etc. To our own suprise no noise. I guess it the carbon metal connection thats more forgiving.

Otherwise the cups lay in the frame similar to whats known from integrated headsets i.e. conical surface. The only difference is that we need to prevent the rotation of the cups by little notches left and right. Otherwise the principle is proven thousands of times in many other regular headsets on most other bikes out there.
  • 2 0
 sorry ....double post
  • 5 4
 @robbety: Thanks for that Robbety, if it works then all good, personally I don't like the idea, but I don't have to.

I suppose in a privateers hands with a mass-production bike the truth will come out pretty quickly and if what Propain say is true then its a great feature, the frame looks lovely and the price is up there with the best.
  • 1 0
 @Racer951: Hoop stress is less this way as you don't have the initial static stress of the interference itself. Would be interesting to see how well they can control the taper in the head stock though.
  • 1 0
 @Racer951: 'You will be using bearing pre-load to keep the headcups in the frame' in the same way you use the bearing preload to hold the bearing in the headset race.
  • 1 0
 @Racer951: I've never in my life heard of a head tube wearing lol
  • 2 0
 @enrico650: Mondraker Summum has 445-460 CS even on the Small....better tell Danny Hart he wont win anything on a bike like that...
  • 2 3
 @ermoldaker: Hoop stress is hardly relevant here, have you ever heard of a headtube failure due to hoop stress?!! -

Taper is a non issue on what looks to be less than 5mm of insertion, plus the headcup sits on a tapered seat so it is not relevant, the seat is locating the headcup and not the outside diameter like it would in an interference fit headset.

As I said, if it works then great - its a huge asset for the frame.
  • 2 4
 @mhoshal: I take it your experience in the cycling industry is that of a consumer only then?

I have a frame here that has an ovalised headtube, both headset and frame were within tolerance when assembled and 3 months heavy racing caused enough damage that the headset creaks heavily in use and requires a low amount of force to install - The frame is from a quality manufacturer and north of $1800 cost for frame only - This was not my bike and I was not the rider by the way, I was asked if there was a solution for the issue which would only be machining the headtube oversize and a custom headcup or retaining compound. The frame was scrapped.

This sums up one of the reasons I think a loose-fitting headset in DH frame is not a great idea.
  • 2 3
 @Racer951: I find it hard that you've done anything on a bike when your pb profile is completely empty lol I've been hucking big bikes since the early 2000's and I've only seen an ovalised head tube after I hit a tree and snapped the steer tube off my 66's which was completely my fault. Like I said I've never in my life heard of one wearing ever lol
  • 3 2
 @mhoshal: That's quite hilarious - You sould like a throwback to the year 2000's to be honest, sorry I have not taken the time in my mid 30s to update an internet profile with pictures of my 'big hucks'.

What I have been doing though is spending the last 12 years involved in the cycling industry and engineering, how else do you think I have a frame here (ex WC DH Race frame I may add) with an ovalised headtube?

In addition to this, I also know of two riders who destroyed a top level DH bike headtube (Will remain un-named as I don't want to bash the company who provided great warranty support) , one from flat landing, the other from a front end impact, shallow insertion headcups lead to a crack and completely destroyed frame.

Have you ever thought that other peoples first hand experience goes beyond that of your own, sheltered opinion?
  • 1 4
 Show me your proof buddy because all I see is a big shit talker right now lol
  • 2 3
  • 3 2
 @mhoshal: Calm down mate, go get some more gnarly nuckle tattoos!
  • 1 1
 @Racer951: an oval used head tube has nothing to do with hoop stress? ????
  • 2 1
 @ermoldaker: I wouldnt say so? Maybe we have different definitions of hoop stress or how headtubes fail, happy to be persuaded otherwise though, every days a school day and that.
  • 2 6
flag mhoshal (Oct 10, 2016 at 17:26) (Below Threshold)
 @Racer951: see you just proved my point that you're a shit talker!!! You can't back your words so you try and shit talk my tattoos lol funny I know your little bitch ass wouldn't be saying shit if I was standing in front of you. I'll be back out in Naniamo next spring maybe you can say this shit to my face then you little punk!!
  • 1 2
 @mhoshal: you really live up to the stereotype of the kind of disturbed individual who would tattoo 'flat line' onto their hands, dont you?
  • 1 1
 @Racer951: like I said I'll be in Naniamo next spring why don't you come find out why I have that across my knuckles. I can see why you don't post pics of yourself so you can shit talk people with the piece of mind of them not ever finding out who you are like a gutless coward. Just remember the little island you live on isn't that big buddy!!
  • 1 1
 @mhoshal: Why is it you have 'flat line' tattood on your hands then tough guy? I imagine you are as short in friends as you are brain cells?

I apologise for not having pictures of my antisocial tattoos, horrendous bike builds or pathetic riding photos on pinkbike so you can approve my ability to fight you in some strange make believe world of yours.

From your photos I can see many times before you threatening people with violence so I would suggest you seem mental help, anger management or similar before you wind acting out your weird imagination and hurting somebody or getting yourself hurt.
  • 1 1
 @Racer951: you don't post pictures because you're a guttless shit talker plain and simple you little bitch. It's easy as f*ck to chirp someone when you're 3000+ km away and I have lots of friends but I'm guessing you don't because not to many people like guttless pussies who spew nothing but shit out their mouths. You're just a friendless little troll who still lives with their mommy probably still on the titty. Like I said twice before I'll be out there next spring if you'd like to continue this conversation in person and see how big of a man you really are. I don't even need to fight you come ride the trails with me and I'll kill your ass that way because I know your little bitch ass couldn't do anything close to what I do on a mtb or we could duke it out but either way you'll be the one looking like a bitch at the end of the day!!!
  • 1 0
 @mhoshal: Please seek help for your numerous mental issues.
  • 3 0
 This was a thread about freaking headsets... Pinkbike, ladies and gentlemen.
  • 18 0
 but where's the shock progression video??
  • 18 1
 "Finally enough room for my water bottle on my DH rig" = said no-one ever.
  • 10 1
 Hey man, would be great for long days at a bike park. No one thinks it's necessary to have a wate rbottle whilst skiing, but I find it a life saver, I imagine it would be similar at bike parks on a long day.
  • 1 8
flag ZiggyRibetto (Oct 9, 2016 at 18:30) (Below Threshold)
 @Grutten: *cringe
  • 16 1
 That is one heckuva long wheelbase
  • 21 5
 Yes and the chainstay Police goes wah wah waaaah!!!
  • 1 9
flag rcrdrvr (Oct 9, 2016 at 10:14) (Below Threshold)
 I question the decision to go so long. My question; could it fit 29's?
  • 3 2
 @rcrdrvr: let's be fair here, this won't stop until we get a bike with 59,5 head angle, 599 reach and 475 stays. It must include adjustable headset and stays, and switchable chip at the shock mount.
  • 1 0
 @WAKIdesigns: Dream bike, haha.
  • 17 7
 I like the customization adjustments, but I still question that shock placement.
  • 39 5
 You question this shock placement? Specialized removed a whole one side of the seat tube and everyone is okay with that still slightly sketchy idea. But a shock the is protected by a fender... We must riot
  • 6 3
 @chillrider199: i will never buy another bike with an exposed shock. Stop doing it please manufacturers.
  • 7 2
 @chillrider199: chill man, chill.
  • 8 0
@protour was not okay with the demo's seat tube. Haha
  • 3 0
 Plenty of room for a water bottle!! Lol
  • 3 0
 Then you need Linkin Bold, its shock is inside the frame.
  • 8 2
 since most of you only ride when the weather is nice, the shock position does not matter at all
  • 1 0
 @jaame: do you mean exposed shock like the propain? Or like the specialized?
  • 1 0
 @chillrider199: Both. Any and all. I think they should hide them inside the front triangle in all cases. Even with a mudguard like this one, muddy water hits the back of the bike and drips down, covering the shock with grinding paste.
  • 5 0
 @jaame: Thats what seals are for. And thats the point of just lightly spraying off your bike are a muddy ride. A shock can take a lot more abuse than people always assume.
  • 2 1
 @chillrider199: in my personal experience, shock bushings and reducers on exposed shock bikes get butterflies f*cked very quickly in wet climes. Yes you can easily get them changed. Yes they are cheap. But still, if you don't have to change them it's better.
  • 1 0
 @jaame: Coat them in water proofing spray. My friend did that to his tires. Stuff actually works. No mud stickage.
  • 1 0
 I would think about it if I had such a bike still, but thankfully I don't and never will again.
  • 11 1
 I wish I had the money for one of these
  • 10 1
 I wanna see phil on the walmart bike challenge. Cause Im sure he would still murder it.
  • 9 0
 Phil could ride a dog turd and make it look good
  • 4 0
 I was looking at the propain all mountain buke on the website for the first time and I was really surprised at the pricing which is really reasonable. I love the fact that they are something unique on the trails compared to the more run of the milln specialized, giant, Santa Cruz bikes that you always see around.
  • 2 0
 In the video he says that they are testing the frame so they'll be able to make a few changes based on the feedback... My question is, given that they obviously have already had the molds for the carbon made, how much can they actually change at this point?
  • 1 0
 Well, layup. They did say that their interest in carbon was primarily motivated by interest in optimizing stiffness characteristics, so layup is plenty.
  • 2 0
 No matter how you look at it, it's not a bad deal for the spec level... loaded with carbon, 40's, Magura MT7 and XO1.... That said, it is down to the riding... first impressions on its clean lines will tick a few boxes, threaded BB and numerous geo settings... yep, be nice to see an in-depth test on this one...........
  • 1 5
flag christiaan FL (Oct 9, 2016 at 7:46) (Below Threshold)
 Well the Tues CF is still a better deal parts wise. Same fork shock, carbon cranks, rims, renthal stuff etc and4999 too
  • 4 0
 @christiaan: Not saying it stands out as a bargain, but it's as good a deal as others like the Tues... and the benefit of the adjustable geo... like i said, will hold fire until a decent test is posted...
  • 1 5
flag christiaan FL (Oct 9, 2016 at 13:32) (Below Threshold)
 True but I feel the bargain element is gone, if you look at yt for instance, they used to havea megaspec bike one a year for a real barfain price but now that spec is 4999, everyone is going crazy, trek with eur 10999 trek session 9.9 etc
  • 2 0
 In my opinion the Rage tickles all the boxes even more than the Tues more adjustments,better looking frame,threaded BB etc plus with a great looking geometry.All the goodies at 5 grand it's hard to beat a carbon fiber DH bike with this spec for this price level. Well done Propain.
  • 6 0
 I sell propain and propain accessories
  • 5 0
 what chainguide has that got on it?
  • 7 0
 It's a BPP enduro chain guide, expensive but nice as hell.
  • 9 1
 @Zelicanth: *spits out Aeropress* Endu... What!? F**k that man I'm out of here.
  • 4 0
 doesn't look like a session, lets call it a modern version of the old Giant Dh Team
  • 2 0
 Looks more like the older version of Solid's Strike to me...
  • 2 0
 gotta get that adjustable headset and chainstay on a trail bike....that's a game changer. I buy new bikes for new geometries....ah ha! aaaaaaaaaaaaaaand that's why they don't do it....
  • 5 4
 "more progressive rate in the beginning of the curve". Yeah, it is steeper in the beginning. That makes the curve more linear, not more progressive. Progressive sounds cooler though.

Cool bike Smile !
  • 4 2
 Linear has no relation to line steepness. Progressive is the correct word to use
  • 2 1
 @natemeyer: Both curves are concave, hence indeed progressive. Compared to the orange curve, the blue curve starts steeper and ends slacker. So the blue curve is closer to a straight line than the orange line. So it is more linear than the Al version. All good as the goal was to sit higher in the travel (less sag).

If they meant to say that the beginning of the stroke is more progressive than the Al version, that doesn't quite seem to match either. The first 60mm seems perfectly linear which wasn't the case with the Al version. Again all fine as I believe progression isn't that useful this early in the travel. I definitely believe the CF curve is more sensible. I can see the Al customer will want that as well!
  • 4 0
 @vinay: Straight from PROPAIN:
Its curve above is actually the 1st derivative (i.e gradient) of the curve we are revering to as beeing linear or progressive (the realationship between shock travel and rear wheel travel). Hence a horizintal line in the graph above would represent a linear suspension. Anything pointing upwards is progressive.

But yeah you are right. Looking at this curve only.... its for sure partly a linear curve.

Hope my comment made it more clear...

  • 1 0
 @robbety: Thanks for pointing that out. So steeper in this curve is more progressive? Then indeed the CF bike is indeed more progressive in the beginning of the stroke whereas the Al bike is linear there. Clear, thanks!
  • 1 0
 The headset cups worry me... they can be pushed in by hand? And the team uses short x01 dh me h but production has medium? Did they change the chaingrowth on the frame, that it now needs a medium mech?
  • 2 0
 More likely that racers were just being careful about what gears they rode in, in exchange they got a little extra ground clearance. Propain can't spec it with a derailleur that will break if you bottom out in the granny gear, otherwise people would be pissed.
  • 4 0
 I gotta tell my buddy Hank about this bike. He'd love it.
  • 3 0
 Love the matte finish!
  • 3 1
 phill atwill......PFFFTTTTT'
  • 3 0
 Looks awesome! Drool
  • 2 0
 What a machine that is, stunning!
  • 3 1
 A v10 certainly looks experience compared to this.
  • 4 0
 "Expensive "
  • 1 0
 What would the head angle be if I put the 0 offset cup in the top and the 10 offset forward cup in the bottom?
  • 1 0
 Do these cups and headset bearings allow you to have the steerer tube protruding under an angle?
  • 1 0
 Before we get too excited, let it be known that they do not ship to the US and Canada.
  • 1 0
 I can't help but think that Phil Atwell always looked like he was having way more fun on his Orange.
  • 1 0
 That guy reminded me of Phil Atwill a little. Lol that is a sweet bike though
  • 2 2
 Propain, why not being present at Roc d'Azur ??? I wanted to try the Rage and the Spindrift ! Frown
  • 2 0
 Sweet paint job???
  • 3 2
 "Excellent coverage of Rampage so far pinkbike!" Said no one ever
  • 2 0
 One article in the past three months! Oh man, such SOLID coverage! Pinkbike assumes we're all a bunch of enduro-geeks now.
  • 1 0
 Atwil + Black Stone Cherry, this video has just made my Sunday
  • 1 0
 And it looks alot better in just nude carbon UD
  • 1 0
 lovin the front triangle, so clean !
  • 1 0
 2 frames, 6 sizes. 12 if u count the wheelbases too. Cleaver!
  • 2 0
 What an amazing bike
  • 1 0
 Reminds me of my Cortina DH8. Looks proper.
  • 2 0
 Looks so rad!
  • 1 0
 Nice bike. The name always reminds of Mr Lahey though.
  • 1 0
 All bikes should have such reach adjustment
  • 1 0
 Too bad they're not available in the USA.
  • 1 0
 next step: win like mondraker.
  • 1 0
 I like it
  • 1 0
 Haha 420mm
  • 1 1
 there's enough space for a bottle cage!
  • 2 5
 Can I get some mud and rocks on my rear shock please
  • 2 0
 Can you look hard enough to see a substantial carbon guard?
  • 3 6
 Colours like Scott Frown
  • 1 1
 Dat review
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