Devinci Bikes - 100% Canadian - 2009 AM, DJ and DH Bikes

Nov 13, 2008 at 12:43
by Tyler Maine  
The 2009 Devinci Bikes' line up of All Mountain, Freeride, Dirt Jump and Downhill bikes are what we'll be looking at today as they are the bikes that well, we all like to ride the most. We'll take a look at the Wilson 4, Wilson 2, Frantik 3, Frantik 2, Hectik 2, Hectik 1 and go over some details from the Districts.

Check it all out inside:For 2009 it is all about refinements to the existing line up of bikes. The biggest change is the movement back to needle bearings and and steel axles at all the pivot points for the Hectik, Frantik and Wilson models of bikes. Polymer bushing kits will still be available for those that are looking to make their bikes as light as possible though. The weight difference between the bearing and polymer bushing kits is close to a quarter of a pound. Initially wanting to save weight, Devinci went to the polymer units but after feedback from customers and dealers they have gone back to the bearings in all these models. Quality control is tighter with the bearings and they also have proved to have a smoother, better feeling motion when cycling through the travel. It was good to see customer feedback resulting in quick action and changes being made at the production end.

Needle bearings

Needle bearings


Enough about bearings and bushings though, you’re here to learn about the bikes so let’s start with the race ready Wilson 4.


Wilson 4- ($5999 CDN)

All the bits laid out that make up a Wilson frame

All the bits laid out that make up a Wilson frame

Frame only option available with an Air shock or a coil

Frame only option available with an Air shock or a coil

Complete bike

Complete bike


-The Wilson 4 is fully race ready for any course and the best riders.
-The no holds barred parts spec will allow you to pick one up and head straight to the races.
-Hand built in Canada.

FrameDevinci Wilson 4(White)
•203mm of travel
•Sizes S, M, and L
Rear ShockFox DHX 5.0
ForkRockShox Boxxer WC
•20 mm MAXLE DH
•203mm Travel
•Air Spring
HeadsetFSA Big Fat Pig R
CrankarmsFSA Gravity Light
ChainringFSA 40T
Bottom BracketFSA Mega EXO II, 83mm
PedalsCrank Brothers 5050 XX
ChainSRAM PC 951
Cassette•SRAM Power Glide II 970, 9 Speed, 12-26T
Chain Guidee13 LG1 with Taco Bash
Rear DerailleurSRAM X.0
Shifter Cable/HousingStock
Shifter PodSRAM X.0, 9 speed rear only
HandlebarFSA Gravity Light OS (31.8mm)
StemDaredevil Boxxer(31.8mm)
GripsDevinci Performance
BrakesAvid CODE with 8" rotors
Front WheelDT Swiss FR600 rim with DT 440 20mm hub
Rear WheelDT Swiss FR6000 rim with DT 440 150x12mm
TiresMaxxis Hi-Roller, 26 x 2.5"
TubesStock
SaddleDaredevil FR
SeatpostFSA Gravity 31.6mm








*Available as a frame only as well in either air or coil shock*



Wilson 2- ($3499)


-The same frame as the whole Wilson line up
-Hand built in Canada
-Ready to be ridden hard

FrameDevinci Wilson 2(Creamy Brown)
•203mm of travel
•Sizes S, M and L
Rear ShockFox DHX 3.0 Air
ForkMarzocchi 888 RCV
•20 mm axle
•200mm Travel
HeadsetFSA Orbit E 1.5R
CrankarmsTruvativ Hussefelt 1.0 BG
ChainringsTruvativ 36T
Bottom BracketTruvativ Howitzer 83mm
PedalsDaredevil Flat
ChainSRAM PC 951
Cassette•SRAM Power Glide II ,9 Speed, 11-34T
Chain Guidee13 LG1 with Taco Bash
Rear DerailleurSRAM X.9
Shifter Cable/HousingStock
Shifter PodSRAM X.7, 9 speed - rear only
HandlebarDaredevil DH Riser(31.8mm)
StemDaredevil DH(31.8mm)
GripsVelo Lock on
BrakesAvid Juicy 5 with 8" rotors
Front WheelDaredevil 20mm hub with Mavic EX325
Rear WheelDT Swiss 340 hub 150x12mm with Mavic EX325
TiresKenda Tomac Blue Groove Stick E, 26 x 2.5"
TubesStock
SaddleDaredevil FR
SeatpostDaredevil AM 31.6mm





Rear drop outs that are made in house.

Rear drop outs that are made in house.




Frantik 3 with HammerSchmidt- ($5199 CDN)


-Spec'd with Truvativ's Hammerschmidt for the hardcore riders out there that like to climb to the top
-Long travel single crown fork
-Hand built in Canada
-Decals glow in the dark, and the ones on the head tube sides are meant to protect the frame against cable rub

FrameDevinci Frantik 3 Hammerschmidt(Black)
•180mm of travel
•Sizes XS, S, M and L
Rear ShockFox DHX 5.0
ForkRockShox Totem Solo Air
•20 mm axle
•180mm Travel
•1.5" steerer tube
HeadsetFSA Big Fat Pig 1.5"
CrankarmsTruvativ Hammerschmidt
ChainringsTruvativ 22T
Bottom BracketTruvativ Hammerschmidt
PedalsCrank Brothers 5050 XX
ChainSRAM PC 951
Cassette•SRAM Power Glide II 970, 9 Speed, 11-32T
Front DerailleurN/A
Rear DerailleurSRAM X.0
Shifter Cable/HousingStock
Shifter PodsSRAM X.9 Hammerschmidt Front (2 speed) and X.9 Rear (9 speed)
HandlebarFSA Gravity Light OS(31.8mm)
StemDaredevil 1.5"(31.8mm)
GripsDevinci Performance
BrakesAvid CODE 5 with 8" rotors
Front WheelDT Swiss FR600 rim with DT 340 20mm hub
Rear WheelDT Swiss FR600 rim with DT 340 hub - MAXLE option
TiresMaxxis Hi-Roller, 26 x 2.5"
TubesStock
SaddleDaredevil FR
SeatpostFSA Gravity 31.6mm






*Available as a frame only option as well*



Frantik 1- ($2699 CDN)


-1.5" head tube
-Hand built in Canada
-Great freeride, aggressive AM spec

FrameDevinci Frantik 1(Brown)
•180mm of travel
•Sizes XS, S, M and L
Rear ShockFox Vanilla R
ForkRockShox Domain 318 Coil
•20 mm axle
•180mm Travel
HeadsetFSA Orbit E 1.5R
CrankarmsTruvativ Ruktion 2.0 RG
ChainringsTruvativ 24/36T with BlackSpire Stinger
Bottom BracketTruvativ Howitzer
PedalsWellgo DH Alloy
ChainSRAM PC 830
Cassette•SRAM Power Glide II 830, 11-32 T, 8 Speed
Front DerailleurSRAM X.7
Rear DerailleurSRAM X.5
Shifter Cable/HousingStock
Shifter PodsSRAM X.5, 8 speed
HandlebarDaredevil DH Riser(31.8mm)
StemDaredevil DH(31.8mm)
GripsVelo Lock On
BrakesAvid Juicy 3 with 8" rotors
Front WheelDaredevil 20mm hub with Alex FR32 rim
Rear WheelFormula 150x12mm hub with Alex FR32 rim
TiresKenda Tomac Blue Groove, 26 x 2.5"
TubesStock
SaddleDaredevil FR
SeatpostDaredevil AM 31.6mm








Hectik 2- ($3999 CDN)


-160 mm of travel for AM adventures
-Hand built in Canada
-Fox 36 TALAS fork

FrameDevinci Hectik 2(White)
•160mm of travel
•Sizes XS, S, M and L
Rear ShockFox DHX 4.0 Air
ForkFox 36 TALAS R
•20 mm axle
•100-130-160mm Travel adjust
•Rebound adjustment
HeadsetFSA Orbit MX
CrankarmsRace Face Ride XC
ChainringsRace Face 24/36T
Bottom BracketRace Face X-type, 68/73mm
PedalsWellgo DH Alloy
ChainSRAM PC 951 9 speed
Cassette•SRAM Power Glide II 950 11-34 T, 9 Speed
Front DerailleurSRAM X.7
Rear DerailleurSRAM X.9
Shifter Cable/HousingStock
Shifter PodsSRAM X.7, 9 speed
HandlebarDaredevil AM Riser(31.8mm)
StemDaredevil AM(31.8mm)
GripsDevinci Performance
BrakesAvid Juicy 5 with 7" rotors
Front WheelDT Swiss E540 Rim with Daredevil 20mm Hub
Rear WheelDT Swiss E540 Rim with 340 hub
TiresMaxxis Hi-Roller, 26 x 2.3"
TubesStock
SaddleDaredevil AM
SeatpostDaredevil XC 31.6





*Available as a frame only as well*



Hectik 1- ($2899 CDN)

Machined in house rear drop out

Machined in house rear drop out


-Regular drop outs
-1 1/8" head tube
-Hand built in Canada

FrameDevinci Hectik 1(Electric Blue)
•160mm of travel
•Sizes XS, S, M and L
Rear ShockFox DHX 3.0 Air
ForkMarzocchi 55 ATA
•20 mm axle
•120-160mm Travel adjust
HeadsetTH-848
CrankarmsTruvativ Firex 2.0 RG
ChainringsTruvativ 24/36T
Bottom BracketTruvativ Giga X Pipe, 68/73mm
PedalsWellgo DH Alloy
ChainSRAM PC 951
Cassette•SRAM Power Glide II 950, 9 Speed, 11-34T
Front DerailleurSRAM X.7
Rear DerailleurSRAM X.7
Shifter Cable/HousingStock
Shifter PodsSRAM X.5, 9 speed
HandlebarDaredevil AM Riser(31.8mm)
StemDaredevil AM(31.8mm)
GripsVelo Lock On
BrakesAvid Juicy 3 with 7" rotors
Front WheelDaredevil 20mm hub with Alex SX44 rim
Rear WheelDaredevil 135mm hum with Alex SX44 rim
TiresTomac Nevegal, 26 x 2.35"
TubesStock
SaddleDaredevil AM
SeatpostDaredevil XC 31.6mm









Additional Pricing on Devinci bikes (CDN MSRP):

Wilson 3 -$4299
Wilson 1 -$2699
Frantik 2 -$3599
Hectik 3 -$4999 *Available as a frame only option as well*
Ollie -$1899 *Available as a frame only option as well*
Hucker 3 -$899
Hucker 2 -$799
Hucker 1 -$599
District 2 -$1,199 *Available as a frame only option as well*
District 1 -$899
District SS -$999

I hope that everyone has enjoyed our tour of the Devinci Factory and the look at the Wilson, Frantik and Hectik models in the 2009 Devinci Bikes line up. It was a great experience that both Ambrose and I enjoyed bringing to everyone.

Happy Trails,

Here are the first parts to our trip:
https://www.pinkbike.com/news/devinci-bikes-tour-day-1-2008.html
https://www.pinkbike.com/news/devinci-bikes-tour-day-2-2008.html
https://www.pinkbike.com/news/devinci-bikes-factory-tour-part-1-2008.html
https://www.pinkbike.com/news/devinci-bikes-factory-tour-part-2-2008.html

www.devinci.com

View my whole trip album here.

-Tyler "Brule" Maine and Ambrose Weingart


98 Comments

  • 14 0
 thats a nice line-up. good job! tup
  • 3 1
 true. i love the look of their suspension design (im a noob, i don't know the name).

my friend has a devinci and their suspension was a bit difficult to tune up in the beginning. quite simply the bike rode terribly. but once he got it tuned perfectly, the bike rode like magic.
this is sweet stuff, it makes me wanna buy a devinci.
  • 1 2
 on the wilson 2 it has a coil but the specs say air
  • 1 1
 they look so nice. can't wait till i get my Wilson 3. but how come in one picture of the 4, the linkage is green, and then in the next its black?
  • 0 0
 yea i dont know why there were two pictures of the same bike with different colour linkage probably just cuz they can and have that many bikes
  • 0 0
 Brule said that they will come with matching links and stickers. its probably because they just used last years linkages that were left over because they are all black.
  • 0 0
 where's the street bikes??
  • 0 0
 does anyone know the frame weight of the wilson
  • 0 0
 8.8 pounds i'm pretty sure. one of the lightest frames on the market.
  • 3 0
 I've had a wilson 4 for a year now and more important than where it's manufactured, first and foremost - IT'S AN AWESOME DH BIKE.

Like many other bikes, the first production year (200Cool had some bearing issues and although it pissed me off having to adjust and replace the original bushings a few times, Devinci has stood behind their customers and it will cost me nothing to have the new bearings put in my frame (whenever they arrive). Good move Devinci, i like the way you do business. Offering a coil shock on the wilson 4 frame only - another good one, as i had to buy mine separately.

Buying a Made in Canada frame is not really about quality of construction as the Giant owned manufacturing plants that make most frames seem to have things pretty dialed. However it certainly feels good knowing that you are supporting a local company full of riders who make a sweet bike.
  • 2 0
 To Aanyborg ;

Yes, the Wilson frame has guide tabs ; they are removable as you can see in the previous post (among other CNC parts). It's meant to be replaced if you manage to bash the crank so hard that the guide will bend or crack. So that way you're spending way less money replacing that tab instead of a whole front triangle.

The guide tab is also ''included'' in the 83mm BB sheel width, so no need of adding or removing spacers when assembling your BB/Crankset. You won't rip your hair off, or even need a funky spacer set-up Smile !!

Enjoy and Ride in Peace !!
  • 1 0
 hey i know this is an old post but is it a twist of or just hammer at it until it falls off? im just trying to get one off but dont want to damage the frame,any imput would be great,thanks!
  • 2 0
 Just to make sure everyone understands, ALL Devinci full suss frames ARE welded in Quebec, all CNC parts are made in their factory and the bikes are assembled, including the wheel builds, in Canada! The difference between a hand welded frame in Canada and one in Taiwan, is that the Quebec welders are riders, so are all the people who work at Devinci! I know this because I have been there and ridden with them and the next day watched them weld frames.
  • 0 0
 I hate to do this (caus' I've read all the posts about your trip, and didn't find this information) but any comments on the weight of the Hectic and ride quality? Looks like "Michel" was riding one when he made that climb in your video from Factory Tour Day 1.

Oh, and if someone were to do a roadtrip to Chicoutimi, would the Devinci folks be open to giving an impromptu tour?
  • 0 0
 I have a 2007 Devinci Hecti 2 and the stock weight was 34Lbs. The geo has changed from 2007 to make he head angle slightly steeper and more AM and XC friendly. The ride quality is amazing but that depends on what you do with it. I rode mine like it was stolen and it held up very well for a full season @ Bromont.
  • 0 0
 thanks triptex, that's helpful... I'm in Ottawa and know the kind of riding you're talking about :-) but 34lbs is a bit porkier than I was hoping for... I'd be hoping to lose weight from my 2005 Special-ed Enduro...
  • 1 0
 Well I'm sure you could lighten it up further but the 2009 Hectiks will no doubt be lighter than the 2007 I have.
  • 1 0
 Hey Slyfink!!, Glad you liked the articles!! If anyone's planning a trip to Chicoutimi, let us know first, we'll take an appointment, and we'll be pleased to guide you around the factory !! Might even end up with a sick ride out there!! Smile

If anyone is planning on roadtripping to here next summer, write me an email, and we'll plan something out!!

Until then, wish everyone a nice winter, and be ready to shred next spring !!

Simon Smile
  • 1 0
 Does anyone know the price of the Hectik frameset? Also I looked on Devinci's website for a dealer near me, but I was not successful. Are there any dealers in the Chicago area?
  • 1 0
 Devinci bikes are not sold in the USA due to Specialize's Patent on the rear pivot placement. UP here they don't own the patent. If you want a Devinci, you'll have to come up north to pick one up.
  • 1 0
 Thanks for the reply Brule... Da-Trasher lined me up with an online dealer that might possibly ship to the states, so I am gonna check out that option. If that does not work, I guess it is road trip time. Thanks again. -Cory
  • 1 0
 Yeah, I talked with a gentleman from Bicyclettes de Hull, and he said he would ship to me in the states... he is going to email or call me when he gets the '09 Hectic in. They do not sell the frame seperate, but he said they would gladly strip a complete down and sell me just the frame, which is awesome... a lot of companies will not do that.
  • 0 0
 I still see some plastic spacers/ bushings in the rear end. Can anyone give some insight to this. Also needle bearings are great for perfect vertical path movement, but any side load they will fail. Rocky's used to use needle bearings on the rm6's and rm7's and they failed. I really like the frame design and the part spec, and that they are Canadian. If they get rid of the rear end play and make these frames solid in the rear I would buy one.
  • 0 0
 i believe turner also uses this type of bearing and while it is not recognized as the best type of bearing, it works. the flex is not noticeable while riding. i ride a wilson 4 and a Knolly delirium and the stiffness of the knolly is off the charts compared to the wilson (super beefy linkage and quad row german angular contact bearings) but i have to admit that i don't notice or even care about the less than ideal bearing choice and flex of the wilson, it's such a fun bike.

going to needle bearings and steel axles will certainly help the problem but i don't think it will make up for the design. i would have liked to see way bigger bearings and alloy axles (like the new trek DH) and some type of link or pick-up to shorten the huge distance between the seat stay pivot close to the rear axle and the link mount for the shock on the down tube - that's the real reason for the flex IMO. so much distance for the stays/link to flex.
  • 3 0
 I LOVE the Wilson frame
  • 2 2
 They look bloody nice, but why is there no info on geometry/frame dimensions here or on their website?? Sorry but no ones gonna blindly dish out $4k just cause its white and green, shame
  • 4 0
 You're right my friend!! We're currently still updating our website by the time, so should be there within a few hours, or at the end of today worst case.

Meanwhile, if you really wanna see them, geometries are the same as last year (200Cool , so take a look at our 2008 Archive page on www.devinci.com Smile !!

Have a great day, and thanks everyone for the great comments!!!

Happy Trails and Peace Out

Simon
  • 1 2
 agree tomo, lovely lookin bikes like, substance over style pls
  • 2 1
 People don't buy Wilson 4s because of the color. They buy them for the ride. No one here expects you to blindly dish out $4k because it's white and green. They expect you to dish out $4k because they are spec'd well and ride like an Antelope.
  • 0 0
 Well it looks nice enough to buy it for the look also Razz
  • 2 0
 @ triptex: I would like to ride an antelope.
  • 0 0
 www.devinci.com/11030_fr.html

It's on the site, even for 09'

Click on which ever Wilson and then near the top right corner is a blue looking frame, click on that and there you go.
  • 3 0
 No to mention that the performance of these bikes will blow you away!!!
  • 0 0
 Can t believe they are selling a top end dh bike 'race ready' and the 'best parts' with a seat that you would find on a raliegh. Comprimises the look of the bike quite a lot. Other than that - nice looking set of bikes.
  • 1 0
 If you look close enough at this seat and then at one of Western Canada and Whistler's favorite saddles - Chromag, then you'll find a striking resemblance in shape and feel. I own both and it's tough to tell the difference.
  • 1 0
 plus its only a seat, its not like its welded to your frame. pretty easy to change if you aren't a fan.
  • 1 0
 The Hectik 2 looks so dope. That front fork is the sh!t. The Wilson looks amazing too, even with that air shock. Man i love Canada.
  • 0 0
 Why doesn't Devinci make any sizes for taller riders? There are a lot of people over 6'1" tall that ride bikes but they don't make seat tubes over 20" and even those have the shortest top tubes in the industry!
  • 0 0
 Top tube isn't really relevant on a dh bike. If you look at the cockpit from the bb shell to the head tube it's larger then the large M6's and Uzumi's (all bikes that have longer top tubes). It's also not far off from bikes like the large glory and shocker.
  • 2 0
 wilson 4 is jest sexy , wow
  • 1 0
 Hey guys!
Mine is for sell! Good deal over here -->
www.pinkbike.com/buysell/363467
  • 0 0
 Your bike is amazing. I'd offer my Hectik 2 plus cash but since you ride for Devinci you dont need my bike. You will have no problems selling that machine.
  • 0 0
 Oh, forgot the link to my buy and sell, here ya go folks, treat yourself good!! Smile

www.pinkbike.com/buysell/378471

Simon Smile
  • 2 0
 I'm waiting for the "Leonardo" come out. I Hear it's a real work of art.
  • 0 0
 omg seeing those parts of the frame just make me wanna build it up... xD i'm gonna put mine to pieces and then put it back together... xD
  • 0 0
 Will Devinci sell the Hectic 1 as a frame only? Is this something I should ask my dealer?
  • 0 0
 ONly the Hectik 3 and 2 are frame only options. Maybe near the end of the season you can get one, but at the moment it could be tough.
  • 0 0
 Thanks for the information. My frame is the only thing ready to go. I'll hang tight till the end of the season
  • 0 0
 Is there a good chance that Devinci may change the Hectic even more for '10, since it's been basically the same ride for the last few years?
  • 1 0
 Does the Wilson frame have GUIDE TABS? or what
  • 2 0
 yes.
  • 1 0
 wow these are really killer bikes!
  • 0 0
 did KTM buy or lease the design of the Wilson? Their Aphex looks a lot a like.
  • 1 0
 air shocks on dh bikes break easily
  • 0 0
 dont be hating the air shocks and they dont break easy then are just as strong as a coil oh and they feel amazing
  • 2 2
 the whole range of full sus bikes lookes really good.
  • 1 1
 the wilson looks stunning, but isnt cheap either !
  • 5 10
flag cat-in-the-hat (Nov 14, 2008 at 1:54) (Below Threshold)
 its a world cup race bike, and also Made in Canada rather than some gimp factory in Taiwan like Giant or Scott.
  • 15 5
 like canada can make better bikes then the far east , no they can't does canada have a world wide reputaion for engineering and fabrication , not it does not , stop reading the sponsored reviews/adverts that tell you far east = bad workmanship cos they are light years ahead of every one , and no im not saying canada can't make top bikes too Smile
  • 9 5
 Its not the "built in Canada" part they are talking about... Its the "HAND BUILT"!!! and any hand built bikes is better then some machine in China or Taiwan.
  • 5 0
 sorry to say,but robots weld often much more precisely than men..though aluminium frames are welded by hand also in far eastWink I think so..I havent seen a Tig-welding robot ever...
  • 7 0
 Its supporting local workmanship and a lifetime warranty that makes Devinci frames so respected.
  • 0 9
flag sk8erstrt (Nov 14, 2008 at 5:49) (Below Threshold)
 they are only saying "hand build" as in the bike was built there not welded or fabricated in canada. which pretty much every single big bike name does. i have heard stories about rocky mountain, and how they just get all the parts shipped to them from Taiwan or where ever, then assemble the pieces back in canada and slap a built in canada sticker on it.

that being said it's still really awesome how they do build it up in canada but not as special as a lot of ppl seem to think.
  • 3 0
 No the bikes are built in Canada. The aluminim is mined in Quebec and all the tubing is fabricated in Canada. Any parts on a Devinci that are from Taiwan are 3rd part components (shock, gears, brakes) everything else is Canadian.
  • 3 0
 ^^^Sk8er - sorry about the wording in the article, but all the bikes that I featured were in fact, machined and welded right there in Chicoutimi Quebec. Check yesterday's story to see the whole process.
  • 0 0
 wow i think robots will defiantly take over the industrial jobs all over the world they are so precise and yea i love devinci frames to
  • 0 0
 Hmmm.... where is ISCG mount in Wilson frame????
  • 0 0
 You get both ISCG and ISCG 05 adapters with the frames.
  • 0 0
 very nice but it is not aplicable in our place
  • 0 0
 It is possible to mount the bearings in the wilson 2008
  • 0 0
 Yes. Your local shop should be able to get you the kits.
  • 0 0
 the bearings are mega crap too.
  • 0 0
 the wilson 4 and the 2 are nice
  • 0 0
 is the rear of the wilson progressive or more linear ?
  • 1 0
 I don't know what the people with a technical background would say, but I'd say it feels more linear. Middle to end moves through its travel pretty easily (DH and DH setting).
  • 1 0
 i WANT THAT BIKE
  • 1 0
 thats soo sick
  • 1 0
 The best! Big Grin
  • 0 0
 I even got a better deal over here, hahaha!! Love yo D'Jo !!
  • 0 0
 Yes please, i'll take one of each.
  • 0 1
 the district SS looks like a P2-3 without that stupid bar from the top tube to the seat tube. looks really nice imho
  • 0 0
 whats up with people putting air shocks on DH bikes
  • 0 0
 the first bike is intense i would do anything to get that bike
  • 0 0
 these bikes are sick !! are they expensive?
  • 0 0
 Great looking bikes they seem to be pretty reasonably priced too.
  • 0 0
 how much are the hectic frames?
  • 1 0
 Cool
  • 0 1
 Why isnt Steve Smith on board this year????....
  • 1 1
 From what I understand, Devinci pursued Steve for 2009. Steve has a few options and you can bet he'll be with Gabe in 2009 again.
  • 0 0
 because he needs a bike that doesn't have a rear end that feels like a shopping cart after 2 rides
  • 0 1
 they need to pick some better pedals
  • 0 0
 those are dirtay eh
  • 1 3
 that wilson wouldn't look good when it got dirty though.
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