Maxim Maya - First Ride

Oct 18, 2013 at 12:53
by Alasdair MacLennan  

Maxim Maya 2014 test review

Outside of the UK, it’s unlikely that you’ll have heard of Maxim. They're a new company based in North Wales, and they’re a stones throw away from some great terrain for testing out their designs. Driving through the valleys to get to their HQ would make you think that they’re in the middle of nowhere, and in absolute terms they probably are, but the area is a hotbed for some great talent, and some of the best riding the country has to offer. Maxim chose to ignore the upper end of the retail spectrum and instead, to focus on producing an affordable range of frames and complete bikes. This is achieved partly by keeping the design simple, and partly by dealing direct with the customer, a business model that's growing in favor in many quarters. Their current range consists of a fully fledged downhiller, a 150-millimeter-travel Enduro/All mountain and a dirt jump/ 4x hardtail. We recently spent some time on their new downhill bike, the Maya, which we built up from a frame. The Maya chassis, which retails for £1099 for the frame (without a shock), represents great value. As well as frames, Maxim also supplies the Maya with a multitude of full build options which range from £2,899 for the Comp, up to £3,949 for the Pro. As tested, with the RockShox Vivid RC damper, the combined frame and shock will run £1299.99 in the UK.

2013 Maya
  The Maya's rear suspension is the classic 'Horst-Link' four-bar configuration, with the addition of a shock tunnel to keep the mass low in the frame.

bigquotesDue to the advancements in the industry on the whole, we realized that we no longer had to compromise on quality, so we could open up the availability of high-quality, World Cup performance frames to people who before now, did not have access to. That is the ethos behind our product range. Our inaugural range was launched in May 2013 after months of development and prototyping. From our base in Mid-Wales our small team offers high-quality engineered bikes at competitive prices. - Laurence Curteis, Founder





Frame Specifications:


• Purpose: World Cup DH racing
• 203mm travel
• 6061 Aluminium
• Machined linkages with cartridge bearings
• Taper headset
• ISCG-05, 83mm bottom bracket
• Sizes: Medium and Large
• Full range of shocks available between £100 & £400
• MSRP: £1099.99 (frame only, no shock)
Available only at Maxim Bikes



Almost Ready to Ride

Since being supplied with the test model, the specifications have changed slightly, with a move to a Shimano drivetrain, while keeping RockShox suspension on all but the top model. For the purpose of this review, we'll therefore focus on the ride and less on the componentry, given the obvious changes in that department. This makes sense too, for the fact our bike had already had a pretty hard life and so needed a little TLC before we got down with the serious duty of testing it. A new chain device (Gamut P20) and a fresh set of Boxxer RC2C forks were key here (these are still featured on the Team model). Also needing attention was the shock, which we swapped out for another R2C Vivid, as the original seemed both overdamped in compression and underdamped in rebound, traits we felt initially prevented us from getting the best from the bike and seemed to stem from needing a service (this is in no way Maxim’s fault, but it does show the effects a hard life can have on components).

Construction

When we first picked up the Maya, it was with a clean sheet, for we had no initial expectations of how it was going to perform. We also didn't know the price, at least not initially. However, even without the availability of price, first impressions were favorable. It looked solid, dependable, and has a definite look of over-engineering. The geometry all looked 'right' too, if there is such a thing. The details seemed well placed and certainly gave confidence that sufficient thought had gone into both the design and implementation of the bike. Key in its early life was feedback from Maxim's downhill team in the UK - the easy accessibility of most bolts, and the well sized bearings, proving that they'd been listened to. Mud clearance too was plentiful, an Achilles heel on so many bikes, and even a set of 2.5-inch Hutchinson Dzo tires fitted with room to spare. The welding perhaps didn't have the same perfection of some hand-made frames, with inconsistencies in finish, dependent on where the weld in question was on the bike, but on the whole we can’t complain. Pretty welds can break, and ugly welds can be strong; we certainly didn't have any concerns in that department and we’d rather have the latter on our bike than the former. It does become a differentiator when comparing cheaper bikes with those that cost upwards of twice as much, but expensive bikes have to do something to show why you’re spending all the extra money on them. Despite any slight aesthetic criticism, all machined parts were well finished, and that’s definitely a positive, while the rear Maxle dropouts were neatly integrated into the four-bar rear end.

bigquotesThe details seemed well placed and certainly gave confidence that sufficient thought had gone into both the design and implementation of the bike.


Maxim Maya review test


Ride Impressions

Once we'd sorted out the fork and the shock it was time to do some serious riding with the bike. Having only just finished reviewing another DH bike, it made sense to use the same trails, although they were drier and much, much looser for the Maya. Weighing in as-tested, at a shade under 40 pounds, it’s not a super lightweight setup, but there are definitely ways to reduce the weight down, dependent of course, on your budget. The top end Pro model with Fox Suspension and Shimano Saint should be capable of going sub-38 pounds, and with a few judicious component changes, even the cheaper Team and Comp should be able to get close to that.

Setup: As always with bike tests, we spent a little time dialing in the shock and altering the fork settings slightly to take account of the different geometry to the previous bike they’d been fitted to. Once that had been done, we felt we had the bike capable of doing what we wanted it to do. Our favorite blue spring up front was matched with a 400 pound on the back (165-pound rider) and this gave a controlled action to the bike, thanks to the progressive suspension curve (see separate chart for the leverage ratios). After a few runs we increased both the high and low-speed compression to take account of us hitting the trail harder once used to the feel of the bike.

Maxim Maya review test
  Maxim is proud of its shock-rate curves, so it publishes them on its website, which can be handy if you plan on using an alternative shock option.


Frame stiffness: Several aspects of the bike were immediately apparent on those first few rides; the stiffness, and secondly the sure footed yet nimble geometry. Let’s look at that first point, because flex is often prevalent in both cheaper bikes and multi-linkage bikes. Putting the two together, then would seem to be a sure fire way of guaranteeing a flexy bike, but there was no discernible flex from the frame while riding. Even landing the occasional jump very sideways seemed to have no real impact, and nor for that matter, did fast rutted corners. These are a great indicator as it’s quite often easy to feel a flexy bike here, as it allows the two wheels to start moving out of plane with each other, negatively affecting both stability and handling.

Suspension: The progressive suspension curve was also noticeable when it came to hitting the rockier sections, where it allowed us to keep traction when turning on the rough and greasy terrain. There was a slight tendency for the bike to hook up on the squarest of edges, and although a criticism, this is in relation to the best bikes out there, so neither surprising, nor something for Maxim to be ashamed of. The multi-link suspension was effective for so much of the time, that in real-world terms, it’s as much of a successful compromise as you could expect when viewing all the factors one must take into consideration. Despite the rising rate design, there was the feeling that perhaps the mid-stroke was disappearing a little too quickly, potentially contributing to that square-edged hook up. Certainly it was noticeable, that on repeated braking bumps, that contributed to a slight harshness, caused by the rebound not being able to get the shock back in position quick enough before the next hit arrived. We put this down to the slightly mismatched shock and fully expect a fresh, and properly matched, item from Maxim to minimize this trait.

Pedaling: The bottom bracket height was comfortable, with a negative, 8mm drop - not ridiculously low - and this allowed the pedals to be used in anger to get the bike up to speed out of corners, which it seemed able to do with verve. Contrasting to this, was a slight reluctance to pedal so efficiently on longer or flatter sections of the trail, or even when riding the inevitable road back to our truck. That height is certainly within the useable range for most riders and despite us trying the bike with offset bushes to see how the altered geometry would feel, we actually felt the original settings produced the best balance for most situations.

2013 Maya
  We liked that Maxim designed the suspension's pivot hardware with captured nuts to make servicing the bike easier. We didn't like the fact that the one bolt DH racers would use most often (the lower shock mount in the left image) was reversed. It proved to be a pain in the arse.


Issues

For all the praise, there were a few areas where we felt there could be room for improvement. First of all was the top tube which even on our medium seemed to be quite tall. Not a problem if you’re a large rider and like a small frame but potentially more problematic if you’re shorter. Although we didn’t notice it too much when riding there were a couple of bruises after each ride on the inside of our knees from knees-meet-top-tube incidents. Perhaps we’ve been spoiled by running bikes with very low top tubes recently but at 5-foot, 8-inches tall, I'm not so short that other riders aren’t likely to be in a similar position. Also, despite virtually all bolts being well sited for easy access, the lower shock bolt isn’t and instead goes in from the drive side. It’s a shame, because the recessed nut is neatly done and flipping it over would have definitely aided last-minute race-day maintenance (or panicked repairs). We would also normally elect to run the brake and gear lines along the chainstay rather than seat stays, as this reduces multi-angle flexing, as the suspension runs through its travel.


Pinkbike's Take:
bigquotesOverall, the Maya from Maxim is a bike which has a lot going for it, an awful lot. First and foremost; the price for the frame only is a steal, no doubt about it. The full bikes are too, and unlike many of the cheaper downhill bikes out there, they all come specified with race-ready componentry throughout. In fact, we'd go as far as saying that the base Comp model is possibly the most complete bike available at its price, coming with a full Shimano Zee groupset, and compression-and-rebound-adjustable damping, front and rear. Nukeproof wheels are already well proven, as is the Truvativ finishing kit. Sure, you can get flashier bikes and you can get lighter bikes, but if you want a reliable bike to take out and hammer straight away, you're going to be hard pushed to find something that's a significantly better buy. We'd certainly give serious consideration to running one of these for a season, no question about it. - Alisdair MacLennan




131 Comments

  • + 168
 The BOXXER on the stanchion not lining up is making my OCD go wild.
  • + 46
 oh my goodness I was busy looking at the frame coming down and I saw your post and went back and now it is driving me insane 2.
  • + 6
 It's the new style
  • - 2
 those basterds!
  • + 21
 That bike :0 I have been shredding it so hard for a long time now....
...
...
in downhill supreme!
  • + 6
 I was scrolling down knowing im gonna see a comment about the boxxer XD
  • + 1
 y you remind me of that! I'm gonna lose it!
  • + 5
 I was expecting more comments saying Looks like Giant Glory or kill it before it lays eggs. But it seems like Maya pulled through. Design doesent bother me, especially if the bike works as it should.
  • - 1
 Ha ha ha, I used to set up my stanchions like this so I could see the sag markings whilst on the bike.
  • - 1
 Forget the stanchions...look at the front of the crown?
  • - 1
 Also, there is no way that those crown bolts are torqued to spec. Probably not a good idea on a bike that still needs to prove its worth to the rider.
  • + 2
 forget the stanchion's look at those fork bumpers, losing all aerodynamic integrity. think of the wasted engineering hours
  • + 1
 same with the graphics on the wheels not being in the same position, pedals not horizontal and also not in the bottom gear :O
  • + 1
 I agree with you stenhouse. The pictures on the site are a lot better. I don't think Pinkbike have done them any favours with those pictures.
  • + 64
 Rather buy a YT INDUSTRIES
  • + 38
 Pinkbike y u no test a tues?
  • + 12
 Gonna grab me a TuEs 2.0 Ltd on the 10/12/13
  • + 15
 me too, oh no wait, im not in europe so i cannot get a YT.
  • - 36
flag Lilshredman (Nov 11, 2013 at 14:34) (Below Threshold)
 What about this beaut?
www.morpheusbikes.com/carbon.html
  • + 33
 No. Just no.
  • + 60
 KILL IT BEFORE IT LAY EGGS
  • - 7
flag Lilshredman (Nov 11, 2013 at 14:38) (Below Threshold)
 Amen Brother!
  • + 13
 THEY TEST ONLY WHAT IS SUBMITTED TO THEM FOR TESTING... IF THEY HAVEN'T TESTED A YT ANYTHING ITS BECAUSE THE BRAND HASN'T EVER SUBMITTED A BIKE TO THEM.
  • + 22
 About time people started making frames at a reasonable price , I don't think it's bad looking and it rides well so can't see any thing negative about it. Good luck to the guys at Maxim
  • + 10
 CAPSLOCK! its probably because you can get Yt over in the US and Canada and there is no point testing products that the majority of their viewer/reader base cant test. Also £2900 isn't exactly entry level is it. I'm pretty sure the the bottom devinci wilson carbon is less than that!
  • + 8
 It probably rides really well. It looks like an ironhorse so if it rides like one then good job.
  • + 7
 Good luck to the Maxim guys, nice bike nice price. The only problem is that price point puts the brand firmly in the path of YT and Canyon, that is a very, very tough part of the market to be involved in.
  • + 1
 Why is everyone bustin on the morpheus? God its not that bad, its got some stuff going for them its not like treks development or anything but its their first dh damn
  • + 7
 It is that bad... I don't use this word very often, but Fugly just seems to fit there.
  • + 1
 Ya Ryan that fits all too well there....
  • + 3
 Unlike the yt which is undeniably a good bike, they designed the maya for the uk race scene, Ive heard that most of the testing went down on the steep tracks in north wales (llangynog, llangollen ect) making it also a pretty decent choice for the uk circuit...
  • + 1
 Why would YT Industries submit test bikes to any (primarily) North American publication or website if you cannot buy them here?
  • + 6
 Why try and bring logic to a pinkbike commentary?!?
  • + 2
 pinkbike is visited by almost as much europeans as north amercians
  • + 2
 The author of the review is scottish as it happens.
  • + 34
 Dear Laurence Curteis,

Excellent Laurence. Well done; you have my utmost respect and hope for your company's success. Unlike 99.9% of us here on PB, you have designed, tested and produced a DH bike; something that 99.99% of us here could not do. Not only that, you have done so and produced a bike that Alisdair believes "you're going to be hard pushed to find something that's a significantly better buy. We'd certainly give serious consideration to running one of these for a season, no question about it.". Congratulations on having produced a real contender for people, families, racers, sons, dads, daughters, mums to help make their own or their kids dreams come true without breaking the bank.

Dave

Dear the rest of you on PB.
I hope you get the message.
Dave
  • + 8
 Thanks Dave. Much appreciated
  • + 3
 Dear Laurence Curteis, as some people already mentioned - graphics are BAD! May I suggest that for the next batch/year you just make a solid colour without stupid stripes and small, nice and clean writting with your company and model name? I bought myself a Commencal bike this year because of this simple, nice and clean approach. I believe that such approach will make your bikes a lot more beautiful.

Just a suggestion.
  • + 0
 How exactly is 3900 quid not breaking the bank?
  • + 3
 The top of the range at £3900 is a lot of money in general, but for a bike with that spec, it is quite well priced (fox 40s and saint).
It's the frame only option which is most attractive to me, I've bought second hand DH frames for that much!
  • + 13
 Wow I love this! Looks like a great bike at a great price! Love the suspension layout, nice and simple and with a solid geo. We need more bikes like this. If I were in the market for a dh bike this would make the short list, great job maxim bikes. Oh and it's one of my favs on downhill supreme tooSmile
  • + 15
 Shoot the graphics designer though
  • - 34
flag RichardCunningham Mod Plus (Nov 11, 2013 at 14:13) (Below Threshold)
 UK plus Graphics Designer equals? Just sayin'
  • + 11
 Graphics look alright to me.
  • + 17
 US plus.. oh wait, you friendly fired yourself.
  • + 11
 sorry RC you walked yourself into that, usa made stuff is really nothing special outside of the usa (eg. why pay more for lower quality?)
  • + 27
 a comment like that from the nation that brought you the Hummer, as opposed to the nation that brought you Aston Martins....
  • - 7
flag clarkthegoalie (Nov 11, 2013 at 20:15) (Below Threshold)
 But Ford, an american company, owns aston martin. Or at least they used to.
  • + 9
 rolls royce vs cadillac Wink
  • - 2
 Hummer was a joke no doubt... However as much as I love Aston until recently they have always had quality control issues. As a person from North America until I can afford good euro performance I will keep my Mits Evo X. JDM for the win on cheap reliable performance!! Take note Maxim "reliable performance".
  • + 1
 Hats off to Ian Callum and Henrik Fisker. Arguably, if one takes a drive around the two countries, UK and USA auto design are about even - a handful of hits and a hell of a lot of misses. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aston_Martin_DB5
  • - 1
 Ahahahaha im no american fanboi but all one has to do is look back at some of the british manufacturers since the mid sixties to find some of the poorest quality vehicles known to mankind.
And who are we canadians to be talking about automotive design and manufacture? We dont really have the best record
Htt plethore (kill me now)
Bricklin SV-1???? Bad joke right?
  • + 10
 Not much between them in auto design? So how many F1 teams are based in the US?
err.....
None.
In the UK?

Most of them.
  • - 1
 F1? what's that? NASCAR is REAL racin man. rednecks driving around in circles crashing into each other while all the fans chug butweisers and watch their fat ass girlfriends throw chicken bones at the gordon fans... sheeeiit maan F1 ain't got nuttin on dat!
  • + 3
 ^^ love it.
  • + 1
 F1's world TV audience is bigger than both NASCAR and Indy combined with an estimated 300 MILLION per race. Ferrari's team operating budget alone is a quarter billion dollars a year. Also F1 embraces technology improvements that go into making everyday cars safer a lot sooner than NASCAR or Indy has. Current cars have a Drag Reduction wing system that trades downforce for speed on the straights, and are now technically all hybrid engined as they use a regenerative braking mode with battery storage to power an electric drive unit to make for 60-80hp boosts available for passing. You can't even call NASCAR as stock car racing anymore as there's nothing stock about the cars they use other than it has a driver, body panels, an engine and 4 tires. Hell NASCAR also only enforces safety improvements once significant numbers of famous drivers have died during races.
  • + 3
 How did we get on to NASCAR?
This was a DH bike review, right?
  • + 1
 RC has a point, a few hits and a metric shit ton of misses, as for the nascar vs. f1 debate who cares? we're on a biking site...
  • + 1
 I don't know what all that fancy writin means but Ricky Bobby and Dale Earnhart Jr will drive their stock cars to Europe and do left handed donuts and burnouts all over em tracks. Ricky Bobby already done proved he can outrun the best F1 driver there ever was. it's true.
  • + 1
 Naaah UK has good graphic designers. Just not so many in the making bikes business. Dirt layouts are nice.
  • + 1
 i disagree. plenty in the bike business
  • + 1
 You mean orange? Some small companies have nice looking bikes but the bigger companies look bad, at least to me.
  • + 8
 I've actually had the pleasure of riding this bike... I've ridden bikes for years DH AM XC.... I would say my learning curve as a rider has been as gradual as the next rider... I'm nothing special by any means... but... and I say but... I rode the Maya for under 4 minutes at Revolution Bike Park in Wales... I noticed a difference in my ride almost instantly...the lads who I rode with noticed it too... I was faster for sure, but also it felt so dialled in to where I actually put the bike on the trail, the bike did exactly what i wanted it to do.! I'm 5ft 9 and the large set up felt perfect for me... I wish nothing but success that I think this bike and Maxim deserve... I reckon you'll be seeing these on a few podiums in the next few years too..
  • + 8
 Thanks for the review Pinkbike and thank's for all the feedback. Please check out the full range here- www.pinkbike.com/u/maximbikes/blog/Maxim-Bikes-inaugural-range.html
  • + 8
 I clicked on the article because I saw a sunday appearing on my computer screen
  • + 0
 Might look like a Sunday, but no DW-Link, which is what made the Sunday. This bike is a Horst-link design, possibly the oldest suspension design still being used.
  • + 6
 I think you will find the single pivot takes that title.....
  • + 4
 if you don't like it don't buy it, there's much worse bikes out there. sure its not flash but have you ridden it? Stop expecting an amazing looking bike each time, they be able to improve unless they make a mistake. just give them a chance.
  • + 8
 Named after a titty magazine. Awesome.
  • + 6
 you can get the pro spec nukeproof pulse for that price... id rather have one of them
  • + 1
 link?
  • + 4
 "the price for the frame only is a steal"

As you can find many frame kit for this price (£1299.99) To me it's not a great deal. It's just the same price as some other big name
  • + 2
 MSRP though? Sure, you can get good deals on stuff, but I have a hard time thinking of any decent DH frames with an MSRP that low.
  • + 1
 Maybe giant glory. In here it's approx this price for the frame kit. It looks good but I ll not invest on anyway.
  • + 1
 on a complete pricing coming at 3400 euro i think there is plenty good bikes around to consider and it doesn't go so far as great price to get! specially when the demo is just sitting 200-300 euro close or status in the same money without to even to mention for non europen markets the canyon and yt bikes
  • + 2
 we have these in the shop i work at ( brooks cycles) as we are fairly local to them and these frames, along with the trail bikes.. really do look nice and amazing kit for the price like stated above, built up a few for customers but havent had a chance to ride some yet, but really good vibes coming from the local scene
  • + 4
 I wish more bike companies released leverage curve info like that! That's the kinda stuff the bike geek inside me LIVES off of...
  • + 5
 This isn't enduro specific.. Waste of time! Nah, but seriously, this is a tidy looking bike!
  • + 5
 THEY HAVE REVIEWED A BIKE THAT IS NOT A 29ER!!!!
  • - 5
flag RussellTinka (Nov 11, 2013 at 14:56) (Below Threshold)
 29in. version coming in, three, two, one....
  • + 3
 and skip the 650B version? cant forget about that Wink
  • + 1
 Does it really matter that the frame is cheap? A new triple clamp fork is going to run $1600. A good wheelset $800. $200 for a freaking handlebar. Close to $100 for each tire. A freaking cassette is going to be over $100 used.

If you buy a complete DH kit minus the frame its still going to be north of $2.5k
  • + 2
 Made in the same factory as a whole bunch of other brand name bikes. Only you save a thousand bucks. Im shure mud will hide the stickers. I can find no fault in the construction and desighn of this frame.
  • + 5
 Doesn't look to special. . .
  • + 7
 *too
  • + 14
 It's not supposed to be special, it's a budget bike for people who don't have money trees growing in their gardens.
  • + 2
 fair enough
  • + 4
 For the paltry price of 1100£. Should be special...
  • + 4
 Recon that right stanchion needs sortin
  • + 2
 its a simple design but it obviously works as a lot of other companies make similar looking freeride bikes, YT tues is where its at though
  • + 2
 just taken a look on the maxim website, there leela enduro bike looks pretty sorted as well, pinkbike need to review this soon imo, good luck maxim
  • + 4
 It's not exactly cheap, I would rather buy a Status, or a YT all day long.
  • + 1
 Great value?
Yt industries, Propain bikes, Canyon bikes?

As much as I like to support UK/European ventures
I know what I'd choose...
  • + 1
 I demoed this bike at Revolution Bike park, Wales. Cracking bike! Definitely worth trying out. Pictures here don't do it justice.
  • + 2
 That´s the way for best price for frames - www.rb-bike.cz/en/homepage
  • + 3
 Pedantic comment alert: the comma usage in this article is strange.
  • + 4
 I, agree, completely.
  • + 0
 "who gives a f*#k about an Oxford comma..."

(1million internet bucks to the first one with the bands name)
  • + 2
 dracula weekday?
  • + 1
 Close enough.
  • + 1
 Don't get what is ugly about the bike other than the retro 80's yellow and blue graphics.
  • - 1
 First off. Line up the bloody Sanction logo with the lower part of the logo. Wtf mechanics, I am a mechanic and would flip ape shit if my company put professional photo's out that have a mess up like that.
  • + 2
 I think that's more to do with Pinkbike than Maxim
  • + 3
 Ugly piece of kit
  • + 2
 Who wants a demo ride? It is on DH Supreme v.2 game Wink Haha
  • + 1
 haha thats where i saw it before
  • + 1
 is this the same Maxim bike company that made a hand full of high end bikes in the early 90s reborn or a completely new one?
  • + 1
 I'm sorry but that bounced off every branch as it fell out of the ugly tree.
  • + 0
 $ 2170 cnd dollars with a shock (converted using xe.com), doesn't seem really competitive to me, and imo sort of ugly
  • + 1
 No 135mm axle option for Leela? Frown
  • + 1
 Seems ok on Downhill supreme a haha
  • + 1
 It looks a but like the Iron Horse Sunday. You'll be missed
  • + 1
 Awesome! Nice to see a bike company from my neck of the woods.
  • + 1
 The front triangle looks similar to an Ironhorse sunday
  • + 1
 defiantly a sharp bike! good job maxim!
  • + 2
 kona maya
  • + 1
 i love the design!! its a good looking frame!!! super sexy too! haha Wink
  • + 1
 Its that bike off of DH Supreme!
  • + 1
 i've already tested this on downhill supreme !!!
  • + 1
 Yea looks really good haha.
  • - 2
 Maxim Bikes Claim "World Cup Performance"

I'm sure there's a World Cup somewhere it would perform in, but I don't think it's the UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup.
  • + 4
 Yeah, listing the "purpose" as "World Cup Downhill Racing" seems WAY over the top. If that is it's intended purpose, most people won't need one. Most World Cup race bikes are built to be light at the expense of durability, and intended to work amazing for one weekend at a time between getting weeks of TLC from top-level mechanics. I'd rather see it read "A downhill race bike that will last for years".
  • + 1
 Not Interested ... Razz
  • - 1
 It has two wheels and can be pedaled. Looks fine to me!
  • - 1
 but does it come in an enduro friendly model?
  • - 1
 Yay, no one said "Looks like a Trek."
  • - 3
 Looks like a glory
  • - 1
 Norco Aurum?
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