Yeti Teases Carbon Dirt Jumper

Mar 16, 2023
by Mike Kazimer  
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Last week it was an idler-equipped downhill bike, and this week a carbon dirt jumper is the latest addition to Yeti's Special Projects portfolio. Reed Boggs has been logging the air miles aboard the new frame at the renowned Gorge Road dirt jumps in Queenstown, New Zealand. Details are still limited, although it's clear that it's carbon, and looks to have a cleverly integrated chain tensioner system at the seatstay / chainstay junction.

There's no guarantee that the bike will ever make it into production, even if the frame is carbon - Yeti has the capability to make limited runs of frames to satisfy an athlete's needs, or to experiment with new technologies. That said, it'd be great to see Yeti release this and the DH bike for public consumption in the future - it's been way too long since either option was in their lineup.

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  • 385 6
 Quote from Yeti Corp- "No one had really cracked into the $9k DJ bike realm yet, so we figured we'd give it a shot"
  • 173 4
 emphasis on "Cracked"
  • 36 13
 dentist approved
  • 172 11
 I thought of a name for Yeti’s new dirt jumper. And some other Yeti products:

Gap — dirt jumper bike.
Crown — championship-winning enduro bike.
Incisor — razor-sharp handling slalom bike.
Nitrous Oxide — an XC race bike so fast you’ll swear it’s nitro boosted.
Carie — cyclocross bike.
Cementum — road bike.
Wisdom — full suspension e-bike for retired dentists.
Bridge & Canal — commuter bike.
Yet-Enamel — show-quality paint option.
Impacted — new lightweight carbon fiber full face helmet.
Retainer — $300 monthly retainer fee for Yeti-factory-certified expert consultation on your upcoming Yeti purchases.
Flossin — $500 factory-certified door-to-door concierge bike cleaning service.
A.R.C. — Adhesive Resin Composite: new nano-particle-modified, crack-resistant, composite bonding adhesive resin.
Perfect Molar — Yeti’s stringent quality control process for optimized molar ratios of structural epoxy resin used in our carbon fiber composites.
Roots — wet condition MTB tire.
Gum — proprietary tire rubber compound.
Bite — pump track / dirt jumper tire.
  • 44 84
flag BrambleLee (Mar 16, 2023 at 13:06) (Below Threshold)
 @WRCDH: that’s a lot of effort for what’s ultimately just the same boring joke that’s been told way too many times.
  • 23 9
 @WRCDH: @WRCDH: You forgot-

Salty - budget bike for kids who didn't do too well at school
  • 12 2
 @markb2392: I thought the Yeti Salty was the beach cruiser for the Hamptons summer house and the salty roads at the Aspen winter house...?
  • 32 5
 @BrambleLee: sounds like somebody has a toothache... =P
  • 3 1
 @b0bbY: they can fix their own teeth when they faceplant though!
  • 9 0
 @b0bbY:

When you think about it, all DJ bikes are dentist-approved on some level.
  • 7 3
 Couldnt be more out of touch with the dj market than by introducing a carbon dj frame, several scratches later from crashing on concrete/hardpack dirt and hello complete frame failure
  • 4 1
 5Dev cranks and titanium ring on the base build
  • 3 6
 Yes because there are no carbon bikes being ridden at rampage. ‍♂️
  • 1 0
 @BrambleLee: not if chat it does your homework
  • 10 0
 @BrambleLee: You realise this is Pinkbike where the same boring jokes continue to be hilarious for aeons?

Looks like a Dick Pound to me.
  • 1 0
 @BCHolmesLR04: That is sponsored pros so they get there frames for free I am sure at that level.
  • 2 1
 @ctd07: like carbon bmx race bikes?
  • 1 0
 @thomasjkenney1024: Pilgs missed the memo
  • 2 0
 @BCHolmesLR04: If you're crashing at Rampage you probably have bigger worries than a broken frame. Whereas at the dirt jumps, crashing is more or less frequent occurrence.
  • 60 0
 I had the last gen alloy Yeti DJ (black one Graves was racing WC 4X on). Say what you want about dentist bikes, etc., but that was one of the best DJ made.
  • 19 0
 I had a 303 back in the day, and I loved that thing. Yeti should bring metal bikes back!
  • 17 33
flag 8a71b4 (Mar 16, 2023 at 12:12) (Below Threshold)
 Not steel Not real Therefore not best
  • 9 7
 @8a71b4: 100% subjective and in addition, most of the worlds best DJ riders are on alloy (Semenuk, Rheeder, Emil Johansson, etc...) are on alloy. So there is that....
  • 26 0
 @8a71b4: aluminium is actual.
  • 19 28
flag 8a71b4 (Mar 16, 2023 at 13:54) (Below Threshold)
 @bman33: The actual worlds best riders are all on bmx bikes which are notably steel.
  • 12 0
 Those Yeti 4X bikes were the shit back in the days - always dreamt of owning one while rocking a real steel DMR. Unfortunately no dentists on them, just the best knocking the teeth out of the competition..
  • 7 3
 @8a71b4: I grew up BMX, many incredible riders (and some of the best) are on steel BMX bikes. That said, your comment is a deflection from this article ....DJ/slope 26" bikes. The top mountain bike slip style writers oftentimes crossover into the BMX world and can ride just about anything the BMX riders can hit and just as big. Alloy is "just as real" as steel
  • 5 0
 "slope style riders" not "slip style writers".
  • 1 0
 @Bitelio: A lot of fun could be had with 66° head angles:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYHKsYKf2ZM&ab_channel=mrmajcul
  • 5 3
 @bman33: you’ve got it the wrong way round. It’s BMXs that come over to mountain biking and dominating (Nyquist Crankworks). It doesn’t happen the other way. There’s not a single slopestyle rider that would qualify for a bmx even let alone podium.
  • 1 0
 @Bitelio: agreed—one of my all-time favorite bikes was an alloy sb66 that I owned years ago. Yeti used to make incredible things out of alloy…
  • 4 1
 @thenotoriousmic: not neccisarilly what I meant they can ride all the trail on their 26" That said, I grew up in the 80's racing BMX, then MTB and was around when guys like Lopes, King, Carter, Cully, etc... migrated to MTB and brought the skills up. That said, there are many riders nowadays that never rode BMX and are crushing MTB DJ especially. I 100% bet Semenuk could qualify for a BMX DJ or even street event. All you need to do is check is riding videos out. He even has a few out on a 20" Pretty bold of you to say some of the top guys couldn't handle it...
  • 1 0
 @bman33: Semenuk sometimes drops BMX clips. I see him in BMXs blogs riding Woodward etc he’s very good but he’s now where near pro level.

rideukbmx.com/videos/brandon-semenuk-street-sweeper.html

youtu.be/9B0RpT90SnQ
  • 2 0
 @thenotoriousmic: you honestly think if he focused he couldn't make it happen? Not saying he rides like Brad Simms or similar, bu to dismiss him specifically is a foolish errand
  • 1 4
 @bman33: No he’ll never be a Logan Martin level comp rider no matter how much he tries. It would be like the worlds best chequers player turning up at chess tournament.
  • 4 0
 @thenotoriousmic: @thenotoriousmic: I love Nyquist, up there with my all time favourite riders, but 'dominated' is a bit of a stretch....

Both him and Drew were expected to wipe the table with the whole slopestyle field but it didn't happen.

Different sports, but both sick.
It's weird because the best BMX trails are something special, steep beautiful flowy jumps.
Yet BMX dirt comps are always just an 8 pack of big jumps in a field.

Slopestyle is a middle ground with cool courses and decent bangers.
  • 1 2
 @hgardner: he turned up at crankwork the biggest slopestyle event in the world came third after never riding a mountain bike before. A slopestyle rider would never accidentally get bronze at the X games just having a go.
  • 4 0
 @thenotoriousmic: Funny, because in Dennis Enarsons podcast with Semenuk, they that when riding BMX with Semenuk, he was often the first (sometimes even first try) to land whatever tech line before the other pro BMXers. Emil right now is arguably doing tricks that are on par with peak BMX tricks in a contest setting. I don't see many BMXers nailing some of the combos Emil is doing, and certainly not with the amount of style and control he has if you compare box jump tricks to a regular jump trick in slopestyle. Obviously, BMX and slopestyle/dirt jump bikes are for different terrain, and certain tricks wouldn't necessarily carry over as well.

Nyquists runs were definitely cool and good and I loved seeing him on the podium that one time, but he repeats a lot of tricks, and I don't think he has the depth of tricks that the slopestyle guys have. He has heaps of experience, where taking his solid tricks on a BMX over to a MTB wouldn't be that much of a leap, and he stuck to those consistent tricks to get the 3rd place. I was surprised he got 3rd that time to be honest. Yes, 720 barspins are sick, but all his tricks are generally 360 combos with a Sui, X-up or a barspin. I don't see him doing double flips, cork 7s, any tailwhip combos etc. He did well enough on the doubles in slopestyle, but the top slopestyle guys generally push the envelope on features that AREN'T perfectly groomed trick jumps or they go so much harder on the doubles than the "regular" guys (Semenuk when he first cork 7ed the step down, Rheeder Flat drop flipwhipping, Rogatkin with his ridiculous spins, and Emil with his combo wizard and precision). Nyquist was never about to push slopestyle forward, but rather play it safe for a pretty decent result.

As @hgardner said, they are different sports at the end of the day, despite their similarities on paper, and it's proven that top BMXers so far cannot touch top slopestyle athletes and vice versa.
  • 1 3
 @leon-forfar: those would be some of the vlogs I sometimes see him appear in. Like I said he’s really good and if he turned his hand to bmx instead of mountain biking I’m confident he would have been as successful in that as he was in mountain biking and yeah the standard is much higher in bmx especially the comp guys there’s no slopestyle rider that would be able to do what Nyquist did, you can say you don’t agree with it but it happened and nobody’s come close to doing it the other way.
  • 5 0
 @thenotoriousmic: tell that to Dawid Godziek lol
  • 39 5
 When you’ve run out of Yeti models to purchase. How do I absolutely waste a shit ton of $? I know, a yeti dirt jumper. Perfect.
  • 35 3
 I have nothing at all against carbon bikes, but a carbon dirt jumper seems like a dumb idea.
  • 22 2
 but a carbon pump track bike on the other hand....!
  • 7 0
 What would be the advantage? I've never heard one of our local DJ riders complain about strength, weight, or stiffness. They mostly want the bike to survive all the crazy stunts they attempt and that's about it.
  • 13 4
 Carbon rims, cranks, handlebars are already being used on DJ bikes nowadays. Carbon frame is the next logical progression.
  • 2 0
 @BikeTrials: I have so many questions. Who uses these components and why? Is it racers, pros...? Who's the broad market for DJs and what do they want? Do they want carbon? Are they willing to pay? What is the measurable benefit to them?

All the usual arguments for carbon don't seem to obviously apply here, like I said. It's not like DJ frames aren't strong enough or stiff enough as far as I can tell, and no one cares about weight (except maybe pros). And the locals I know who ride DJ really aren't interested in throwing down big cash on a DJ frame just to do it.
  • 4 4
 @WaterBear: DJ riders absolutely care about weight, pros and non pros included. That's why people pay extra money on air forks over coil ones. Any gram you save makes it easier to jump and rotate in the air.
  • 3 0
 @BikeTrials: You forgot to add that most OE dj coil forks ride like a model T and that’s probably 80% of the reason people upgrade them
  • 2 0
 I'd take a carbon DJ over an e-bike DJ. Now THAT's a dumb idea, lol 47lb DJ.
  • 30 1
 You teasing me you naughty naughtyy
  • 12 0
 Nein nein nein bruder
  • 21 0
 Time for you all to put your money where your mouth is. ...when I started writing this it wasn't supposed to be a dentist joke.
  • 23 1
 Legit Question, what is the appeal of Yeti?
  • 13 0
 They were great bikes that people my age dreamed of having (I was lucky enough to have 2 of them).
Then they abandoned metal so I lost my interest on them.
  • 23 7
 I only have 1 Yeti product, the ARC hardtail. Have a few buds who on various SB's. With Yeti, name brand name first, but the frame quality is extremely high, well designed, and rides extremely well. Is it worth the premium price Yeti demands....up to you, but you can't really go wrong with anything Yeti makes and offers. Cannot speak on warranty and support, but I understand it is excellent, but so is most boutique premium bike brands nowadays (they all kind of need in modern times)
  • 19 10
 @NuckaMan: everyone I know on a yeti has had frame integrity issues one way or another. No better than any other brand.
  • 5 11
flag 8a71b4 (Mar 16, 2023 at 12:20) (Below Threshold)
 1. Carbon

2. Branding (the cyan blue color is recognizable)

3. The bikes are designed to be very light, and pedal efficiently by having lots of anti squat which makes them very firm. When people demo them or ride their friends, they basically get an experience of a very fast bike. Since most people do very average trail riding, its a very good bike for that.

Now, with the modern popularity of Yeti (and other big brands with carbon bikes like Santa Cruz), a lot of people buy Yeti specifically to resell them a few years later because they hold their value, since there is allways a sucker in line that thinks buying a carbon bike from the "best" brand is going to make their riding better.
  • 8 2
 The fact that most people can't afford them
  • 2 0
 I know a couple of (slightly older) guys that swear by the switch infinity system and chase as much “made in USA” as they can - Yeti frame, MRP/Cane Creek suspension, Enve cockpit and wheels, King hubs and headset, stuff like that. I think some of it is heritage.

The younger guys I know that have them do it to flex on us with Stumpys and Treks. I’ve ridden them, they’re nice for sure, but I didn’t get blown away by them either. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want an ARC though…
  • 14 1
 @sjma: But Yeti makes its frames in Vietnam. Which kind begs the question: why are they so expensive?
  • 21 1
 I bought a 2020 SB150 used. It needed some work that the previous owner wasn’t willing to do so I got it very inexpensive. Even though I wasn’t the original owner, Yeti CS got me just the replacement parts I needed and didn’t make me buy the whole rebuild kit. In fact, I bought a downtube shuttle guard and they just shipped the handful of parts with it at no extra cost. Then I broke my rear wheel, and Yeti CS warrantied it despite me not being the original owner. Then they sent me a Yeti flag and coffee-table book. Frankly amazing customer service, and for what I want out of a long-travel bike it’s been a phenomenal bike.
  • 2 3
 @Hayek: Good to hear they have good CS. Unrelated, Yeti Coolers also has great customer service. I called them about my lid having issues and they just asked for an address and shipped me a new one.
  • 19 1
 @jayacheess: they also don’t like being reminded their $65,000 GM/Dodge trucks are hecho en Mexico while my Honda was made in Indiana
  • 6 3
 @spaceofades @NuckaMan I've had two, my friends have had two each, and we've hard-cased every black trail jump at Whistler with zero "frame integrity issues". Maybe no better than any other brand, but no worse with regard to frame integrity. Yes, they ride very well. Whatever voodoo trickery their engineers conjure, they pretty consistently arrive at a unique and fun-to-ride bike. I didn't buy either of mine brand new, either someone else's warranty replacement or very lightly used.
  • 3 1
 @jibbandpedal I bought the SB130 when it came out in 2018 and PB named it bike of the year, I think. I bought it because of the geo numbers and it's rating by PB. I got a base build kit for about $4500 at the time. I'm a mediocre trail rider and it suits me fine, 190lbs, 6'1" on a size large. No frame integrity issues. I like it a lot because its the first bike that's actually fit me well, coming from riding lots of SC and Trek. Here we are nearly 5 years later and I'm still on it because bikes are too expensive and it still works great. I've had it in for pivot bearings and switch infinity service once and I keep up on the suspension maintenance. It's a relevant bike still and I've just replaced some parts here and there and keep rollin. Just put fresh tires on it for the season and looking forward for the snow to melt. Would I buy Yeti again? Maybe. It seems more expensive to maintain the bearings and SI. The next bike I buy will really have to sing for me like this one did for ... reasons. Lately I'm really digging Propain and Mondraker. That's where I'd probably go instead of Yeti , mainly for something different. Cheers.
  • 2 0
 @jibbandpedal also I think they look pretty sick.
  • 6 0
 I am six years in on my SB5.5. Zero problems and zero interest in replacing it. It has survived multiple plane trips and a forward somersault (I didn't fare as well). No cracks. OK, I did get it for a great price and would never have list price but it is a terrific bike. And I don't care that it can't hold a water bottle within the frame.
  • 1 0
 @rjm94566: paying list is for suckers!
  • 1 0
 You can put beer in it?
  • 4 0
 @sjma: I too have heard from Yeti owners that the switch infinity system is pretty legit. Pedals like a beast and plows through the descents. My one friend bought one and says its hands down the best bike he's ever ridden. 2 more of my friends followed and they say the same. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • 2 0
 My best riding bud has an SB150 I've spent some time on, its a fucking great bike! Maybe its just the 29 vs 27 wheels, but on fast, gnarly jump lines with lots of pumping and big berms, that thing eats my commencal for breakfast. I would never pay money for one, but its a great riding bike. He did crack the frame nose casing a big double, and they replaced it very quickly as well.
  • 9 0
 Comes with a free open face helmet, and a dentist advertisement on the stem cap. Win Win.
  • 15 7
 Finally! Dentists can now catch air!
  • 6 1
 Come’on now, we all know they’ll just be pedaled around the pump track. Helps with resale value when they realize they cant do dirt jump sets
  • 3 1
 The only gaps dentist's see are the one between their patients teeth and the ones on trails that they so desperately want filled in. The only air miles this bike will see will be a plane ride to some warm destination once a year to be pedaled around the pump track for a few minutes.
  • 4 0
 Is it really gonna be that much more than any of the other boutique DJ bikes though?

Even if they do it frame only.... how much more is it really gonna be?

The Ticket is $1000. The Jackal is $1100.

And those are aluminum frames.
  • 3 0
 Been a bit since I’ve seen a Trickstuff Trixer! Heard they were non stop issues though… recently saw some guy on Instagram- @trotor_by_odworkshop that made some really clean hydraulic gyros that I’ve heard only great things about performance and reliability

Anyone on here still messing with hydro gyros
  • 1 0
 A bit late, but Tom Isted is running a really well machined one made by Lukas Knopf. It's mtncomponents on instagram.
  • 5 0
 So funny to read comments here on dentist's carbon dirt bike and then to check comments under article with Danny's carbon trials Santa.
  • 3 1
 Looks awesome! Say what you want about carbon and the price, but after riding a carbon Cowan DJ for 3 years it’s night and day difference from aluminum. I’ve had plenty of other DJ’s to compare to. The ride quality is much better; stuff rear end, smoother on landings and has the flex for great pop
  • 5 1
 Is it still integrated headset routing if the cable goes through a gyro or headset top cap?
  • 5 0
 Wake me up when the 4x project happens
  • 7 0
 If we can bring back 4x races and 4x frames at the same time…. Sweet Jesus that sure would be awesome!
  • 1 4
 @stormracing: Or if we just stick with dual slalom, I’m cool with that, I just want more!
  • 2 0
 The last version of the DJ was a better 4x bike than a DJ.

I absolutely love mine, but it's way better as a BMX/Pumptrack bike than a Dedicated DJ bike..
  • 3 0
 If i would have milion dolars i would buy it...and have it on the roof of lamborgini...in real life i drive 2008 kangoo and 2021 stumpjumper better i think.
  • 3 0
 LOL - 'There's no guarantee that the bike will ever make it into production' - That's a full on production photo, just like the DH bike. Love what you are doing Yeti.
  • 1 0
 I had the same thought. This level of finish and refinement on the bike isn’t just a one-off. The moulds alone to make a carbon fiber bike are like $50k from what i know. That’s not even considered all the engineering expense that goes into it plus manufacturing of any non “off-the-shelf” parts and fittings that yeti are so fond of.
  • 2 0
 I'm hoping they'll release a serious XC race bike. It's been a while. Something with a 120mm fork so it can be competitive. There's a decent weight jump to go to 130mm since no one makes a light one, like a step-cast or SID.
  • 7 2
 #dentistsdirtjumptoo
  • 3 0
 But just look how happy Reed looks in the photo! He's even showing all his teeth.
  • 3 0
 OMG, I want the yeti to release this. I swear I will sell my kidney, but I will definitely buy it.
  • 6 1
 Dentists don't dirt jump
  • 2 1
 My works hiring and it’s not at the Dental office. Jokes aside, it will allow you to afford these bikes that you think are ONLY dentist approved. Any takers? Yep, blue collar 6 figures and you mostly work with your brains!
  • 1 0
 As much as I love my shop gig without much of a future, I'd jump ship for way better pay and the ability to buy the toys I want..
  • 3 2
 I wouldn't say the chain tensioner is all that clever. Other DJ bikes have had similar style of adjustable dropouts for years. The only clever bit is how much Yeti will probably charge for these.
  • 4 0
 Couldn't want a bike more....
  • 2 0
 Teases DJ? Does yeti work for only fans too? How much do I need to pay for a full reveal? When did we start marketing bikes like egirls?
  • 4 1
 hmmm... I wonder why no one else thought of this.
  • 6 0
 Kowan…..did it first.
  • 6 0
 *Cowan.
  • 1 2
 @bikebike69: who? :/
  • 4 0
 @Wabit: John Cowan was starting his own bike brand "Cowan Bikes" after parting with Kona, but it didn't last and the man seemingly disappeared. He used to be a hero of mine, wonder what happened to him.
  • 1 0
 @bikebike69: *simpsons
  • 1 0
 How do you know someone didn't? Maybe it's just not a great choice for economic or engineering reasons. Steel is especially popular for DJ frames, as is low cost. The material needs of those bikes is not like your average trail bike.
  • 1 0
 I should probably mention, aside from Cowan, antidote made a hardtail 4x carbon frame, but i think it was just a test rig. As far as i know there havent been any commercially successful ones.
  • 4 0
 XC bike when
  • 2 0
 Could careless about the bike, but where the hell do you those FR560 26ers???
  • 3 1
 Most likely just decals for the photo shoot. Look on Reed's actual bike, EX471's which are perfect for DJ wheels.
  • 3 0
 Couldn't*
  • 1 0
 @bman33: Don't have a DJ bike, looking for a rear rim for a 27/26 mullet.
FR560 26in seem to be unicorns.
  • 2 0
 If you can’t find it the internet is not for you
  • 1 0
 @freeridejerk888: Link pls.
  • 2 0
 @Roost66: but for real sent you a PM
  • 1 0
 @freeridejerk888: Thanks for the link, I always wrote that place off as a scam, good to know they are a reputable site.
  • 2 0
 Reed will prolly get the DH rig for his desert shenanigans, yeah? Excited to see him going big.
  • 2 0
 There has to be a fairly high probably that's the only Yeti on the planet with a Marzocchi fork.
  • 1 0
 Why are people so down on dentists all the time? I bet it's a gnarly profession and all the employees in the office always seem like tweakers.
  • 4 1
 Yesss!
  • 3 0
 LOL
  • 2 0
 Where’s the integrated headset routing (jk) crowd when you need them Smile
  • 3 1
 "Reasonable" MSRP of $3999 incoming...
  • 4 1
 For the frame.....
  • 4 1
 @Roost66: With paint costing extra. And being a mandatory add-on
  • 7 6
 My gawd the dentist comments are so f’n overplayed. Is it all new people to the sport that find it comical?
  • 1 0
 I wonder what ever happened to Cowan's venture in to carbon DJ bikes years ago.
  • 3 0
 Hymn, no bottle cage.
  • 2 0
 I love that they’re going back to their roots
  • 1 1
 Why in the absolute HECK is this for? These are all going to go on pink bike used section with the mold marks still on the tires
  • 2 0
 Most Yeti thing I’ve heard all day.
  • 2 0
 YETI -- sticking the middle fingers up at aluminum!
  • 4 3
 So dentists about the drill down on some face numbing air time.
  • 1 1
 Schwalbeses in one photo, Maxxises in the other - what in holy hell is going on there?
  • 2 5
 I'm happy to offer my professional amateur mountain biking skills to race test the new Yeti Dj frame. I can make a back to back comparison to my 09 frame which I race dual slalom at Crankworx on. Yeti Send me a message. Everyone up vote this post and make a dreams come true.
  • 1 0
 I'd rather see more experimentation with Ti DJ frames.
  • 2 0
 ...Dental Damm!
  • 1 0
 It's stupid but I like it
  • 1 0
 I can't wait to pay 10k for it!
  • 1 0
 Now u can jump ur way into the frame warranty queue.
  • 1 0
 I recall John Cowan did this some years back.
  • 2 2
 Does it have a BMX background?
  • 12 0
 No, but your Mom rides a 20"
  • 2 3
 They'll be 2 types of riders seen on this , awesome sponsored pros and average dentists.
  • 1 0
 Cowan did it first!
  • 1 1
 YetiJ (Gets lifetime ban from pinkbike comments)
  • 6 6
 Came here for the lame dentist jokes. Yawn, do boring and predictable.
  • 3 2
 Dentist kid bike
  • 1 0
 No switch infinity?
  • 1 0
 Id cop fr
  • 3 3
 yawwwwwnnnnnnn
  • 4 5
 Plastic DJ?!?! What’s the worst that could happen?
  • 6 0
 I don't know... I've cracked and aluminum and a steel one.....
  • 2 2
 No iscg tabs?
  • 2 0
 Don’t need that on a DJ
  • 1 0
 it's a DJ in theory the frame should shrug that kind of thing off.
  • 1 0
 @freeridejerk888: Would be nice for 4X use though
  • 2 2
 Oh, snap!
  • 2 3
 cant be better than the commencal absolut,
  • 2 0
 Are those overall solid DJs?
  • 2 0
 @stormracing: Considering my buddy just broke both his Absolut and his Commencal DH bike in the span of a week I am gonna have to skeptical on that. Good value but breaking 2 frames is not exactly reassuring.
  • 2 1
 @stormracing: I smash tf outa mine and its held up perfect, I love it, idk what @WestC0astWanderer 's friend is doing but since the Absolut has won crankworks and the supreme has won the world cup overall I would say maybe he is the problem haha
  • 1 2
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