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9 Comments

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 I really like this frame - much nicer than the previous Iron horses I had seen,
I'd prefer less of a rake being more of a freerider but very nice Smile
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 It rides really well, similar to the old Sunday, but less pedal bounce in the rear, feels more like a freeride bike. Loving it.
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 Actually now that I look at it again it doesn't look so bad of a rake lol
Maybe my head was sideways haha.
How are you like the I-beam saddles? I don't think I would trust the clamping mechanism for my self - they are strong?
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 Its about 63 degree HA, original Sunday was 65 I think... its got a 2 degree reducer in the head. I bounce between a conventional seat and the iBeam... it moved a bit at the start, but with extra tightening its fine. Benefit is its lack of weight... not sure if would survive a decent impact though!
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 This thing is absolutely beautiful man. How does the ICT link compare to the DW Link?
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 whats the story behind this bike and did you sell it?
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 No I am happily riding it, love it, more than my old Sunday, and everybody that rides it is impressed. I think the story is that 2 of these frames were made as prototypes for 2010 production using ICT link system... I picked it up off ebay and have since built it up to my riding specs. Its a very similar looking suspension system to the Trek sessions, has limited pedal bob and corners well. Basically its a hell of lot of fun to ride.
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 Wow you are so lucky, how is the riding around Auckland? My Mother is Auckland born and raised and NZ is my favorite country in the world, so I might come down for Christmas
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 Riding around Auckland is great and getting better. I live out in Beachlands and we have a heap of trails up in our local forest, about a 10 minute drive. We run regular shuttles during summer and have some great DH and AM riding. And about 25 mins away in Kawa Kawa Bay there is a big gravity park being built by a local, $100,000s dollars going into it, full time shuttle service . The idea being that it will rival or be better than Rotorua. So all in all, not bad riding really!!
Actually the more I research the suspension system on that Sunday the more it doesn't look like ICT, the shock kinda floats as its linked directly to the pivots.... interesting!

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