Antidote Carbon Jack - my dark soulmate.
At an unimpressive 14.2kg it is the best bike I have ever owned and that's by a big margin.
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Antidote Carbon Jack - my dark soulmate. At an unimpressive 14.2kg it is the best bike I have ever owned and that's by a big margin.

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 Just come back from the tour. Next time let me know the day beforeWink I will be happy to see you and talk about this and that. If you like, we can jump out to VallĂ„sen on Saturday or Sunday (I prefer Saturday). Or Isaberg. For me, no difference because I don't use the lift.
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 Waki Is happy! I am happy! Hope that's not too wacky.
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 Dunno... After latest software update in my IPhone, the Autocorrecr keeps on suggesting "whack" whenever I type in my name that is Wacek..
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 I think your bike is Luke's father.....
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 Sexy looking machine!
How do you like the plastic carbon?
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 Looks sweet and weighs a bit less but it is the geometry and suspension that really amaze me.
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 The style and flavour of this bike matches your pallet.
Thats perfect, now the love affair has just begun!

What was it about the suspension that caught your attention?
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 @nikoniko: it's a complete package of best characteristics I witnessed among my previous bikes. Nomad with DHX5 Coil shock was a miller on downhills, but it sucked i XC. Then I had a Pushed RP23 and it was incredible in a way that it provided great pedalling platform while stating supple on big hit.nthe uphill grip on that thing was epic. Unfortunately it was diving into midstroke unpredictably, especially when I was pumping terrain. Now this bike and CaneCreek pedals great (even without Climb Switch on), you can feel it when accelerating. At the same time it eats nearly every bump, even at low speeds, and on top of it all, it kpro ides fantastic support in midstroke so bike pumps terrain almost as good as my previous 125 bike. Then rebound is insane, you can setvit so it works great with small and middle bumps while it glues the bike to the ground after drops. No problems with bottoming out either. It sounds impossible but it's true
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 Is that a pull coil shock?
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 How dare you?! Smile no it's not. It's conpressed by upper and lower link simultaneously
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 coil shock?160mm on the rear?This bike looks completely amazing!
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 No flat pedals?
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 Nein! Riding today around 15:00?

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