QUINNIE Red Devil bike

Aug 17, 2015 at 8:00
by Dartmoor-Bikes  
One of our new machines for 2015 season is Quinnie in unique bloody Red Devil finish, which is a perfect bike even for the advanced riders. It is a professional set for dirt and street riding.

Bike is equipped with high quality parts and based on a Cr-Mo frame with the same geometry as our top aftermarket frame Cody which was approved by the top FMB World Tour athlete - Szymon Godziek.

Quinnie is armed with professional Marzocchi Bomber DJ3 fork on 20mm axle, reinforced double wall rims, cr-mo BMX crankset and massive cockpit.

Approved by our riders for all the best out there - demanding trails, technical skateparks and biggest pumptracks.


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 Looks beautiful but I'd rather use rigid forks than get another pair of DJ3s!
  • 1 0
 To my mind mid range fork is suitable for mid range fork, it would be crazy to put on all high end parts which coasts quite a lot for advertising mid range frame !Wink Ok I have never owned DJ3, but 2015 model looks all right and I think it is made in Italy again not like some models in China.
  • 1 0
 In terms of pricing and public expectation I would agree with you- but in terms of performance I generally think that cheap DJ forks are worse than a good set of rigids- especially for DJ and street like this bike is designed for. If you're buying this bike with any thought of actually hitting jumps on it then you'll be buying new forks sometime soon anyway- might as well supply the bike with rigids so people can get it as cheap as possible and then use the extra cash towards whatever forks they want (ie. something decent).
  • 1 0
 Red devil my arrrrssse!
  • 1 0
 looks kinda brown to me

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