Bike Check: Jesse Melamed's Rocky Mountain Instinct - EWS Petzen-Jamnica 2018

Jun 28, 2018 at 16:39
by Mike Levy  



It was a bit of a rough start to the season for Rocky Mountain's Jesse Melamed, with a broken collarbone on the second stage of the French Enduro World Series event that saw the Whistler, BC, local sitting on the sidelines with teammate Andréane Lanthier-Nadeau whose been working her way back from a wrist injury.

Melamed has surely been eyeing up a repeat performance at the upcoming EWS in Whistler, and his Instinct has been set up for France with maximum traction and forgiveness in mind to ease the Canadian's return to race speed.


Jesse Melamed Rocky Mountain Instinct EWS 2018
While he used to race aboard a small-sized bike, Melamed is now on a medium Instinct with a 35mm stem.


Jesse used to compete on a small-sized Instinct when he was on the previous iteration of the bike, but he's moved up to a medium for new Instinct, along with a short, 35mm stem. So, a longer reach and wheelbase, of course, but the short stem helps to keep his center of gravity far enough behind the front axle for it to make sense. Standard stuff these days, really.


Jesse Melamed Rocky Mountain Instinct EWS 2018
Jesse Melamed Rocky Mountain Instinct EWS 2018

Jesse Melamed Rocky Mountain Instinct EWS 2018
Jesse Melamed Rocky Mountain Instinct EWS 2018
Melamed describes his Instinct's set up as ''safety first,'' which includes a 170mm-travel fork, DH casing rubber, and a coil-sprung shock.


''My bike this weekend is set up to return from injury, so safety first,'' he told PB photographer Matt DeLorme. ''So I've got a 170mm fork on this week, a coil shock, which I don't normally have, and a Shorty up front. Everything for traction and comfort, basically.'' He has the new Grip2 damper in the fork, along with 76 PSI in the air chamber, and his Fox X2 shock has been fitted with a 400 in/lb spring.

Things are still a bit up in the air when it comes to tires, though: ''I swapped to a Shorty halfway down the last stage and was pretty happy with it... Depending on what the weather does.'' Both the front and rear tires are proper DH casing models, and he can run 19 PSI up front and 21 PSI in the rear tire.


Jesse Melamed Rocky Mountain Instinct EWS 2018
The new XTR is rarer than Drake's secret child, but Jesse has one. An XTR group that is.


We've had some pretty bare bones bike checks as of late due to some racers not being all that informed when it comes to their own setup, but Melamed takes the opposite approach to his job, an attitude that likely aids his development work on Shimano's new XTR drivetrain. ''I was at a test session in December in California for Shimano, and it kinda blew my mind back then,'' he said of the group's performance. ''And getting back on it was super nice. It's crazy; I guess four years of development, and you really feel it.'' He's the only Rocky Mountain racer on the XTR 9100, too.


Jesse Melamed Rocky Mountain Instinct EWS 2018
Jesse Melamed Rocky Mountain Instinct EWS 2018
XTR 9100 for the brakes (with 203mm rotors) and cranks, along with some mud-proofing foam in spots to keep wet dirt from sticking around.


Jesse has used Shimano's Di2 group for much of his racing and riding, though, citing the electronic group's consistency over a race weekend, and especially when conditions are mucky and wet, but he hasn't had any issues moving back to a cable-operated drivetrain: ''I love Di2. The shifting on that is super smooth, super accurate, and the same over a whole day, especially in the wet. I really liked the shifter feel and thought it was really good, but this stuff [the new XTR] shifts very well, and I have no problem adjusting to it.''

But what about when things go south? ''I mean, if something happens, something happens. I don't think it matters if it's Di2 or mechanical,'' he replied when asked if one group has been more reliable than the other. ''The last couple of years on the team that I've been on Di2, and I've been the only one, we'd give each other shit when something happened to mechanical or to Di2, but the instances when something happened, which were rare, were kinda... Basically, none of us had a race-ending mechanical,'' he went on to explain.


135 Comments

  • + 39
 I'm a little disappointed to see that the finish on those XTR cranks is already wearing off, you think they would be more durable. The rest of the bike looks sweet though.
  • + 6
 I agree. Thought the finish would hold up a bit longer than that. Disappointing for sure.
  • + 84
 XTR does this on purpose so that those who train the most have the lightest bikes.
  • + 24
 They should release an OCD version of those cranks. You know, without any finish to wear off.
  • - 10
flag gabriel-mission9 (Jun 29, 2018 at 3:14) (Below Threshold)
 Who cares? No effect to the performance whatsoever. If you really care you should get into the fashion industry, clothing or makeup or something.
  • - 1
 i also agree. my 2010 SLX cranks have no wear showing whatsoever where my feet rub
  • + 2
 It has no effect on performance whatsoever but i get what you mean. Its a bit of a shame to see that on a top-group. The thing is a little too pricey to look like this after a relatively short time.

This is also my only (valid) complaint about the current XT. Scratch protection is just plain bad. its like they haven't even tried.
  • + 17
 It doesn't quite bother me. I view wear on bicycle components the same as wear on jeans, guitars etc. As long as it doesn't really affect performance, it kind of adds to the look. Which obviously depends on the look people prefer. If you like real slick, it it may become an issue. But those would probably be better off dropping that style. Some gear and off-road gear in particular is just never going to remain spotless. I am curious though how much it even affects those with a Stage powermeter (which relates applied force to the deformation of the crank so it is calibrated to the crank stiffness. For where the wear is now in that picture, it shouldn't matter at all.
  • + 1
 Looking at the pedals maybe he took a bit of a slide on his side. Maybe it's just me but wear on my cranks from regular riding is spread out and more in the middle of the arm.
  • + 7
 Mind you, one week of Jesse pedaling probably makes as many rotations as the average rider does in a season. Or more.
  • - 2
 That’s what I was talking about. Shame that they wear out like that. You pay premium and get this in a matter of a month. Since the outer surface isn’t flat you can’t use the transparent tape since dust will get under it. So Let 980 XTR be the best crankset ever made.

BTW the SLX cranks wear out just as fast
  • - 1
 @jumpbikeskills: you don't ride much then lol my 2012 slx held up good for the first couple years but is beat to shit 6 years later. If you have an 8 year old crank that isn't beat to hell you don't ride very much.
  • + 2
 I like that the Shimano cranks wear, it's how I size people up. My crank is worn to a high polish and if yours isn't, well you must not ride very much Wink I also, like someone above mentioned, view bike wear as a desirable patina.
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: I would have to argue they are not "worn out".... I have Saints on my DH bike that has been worn raw for the better part of a decade... still functioning flawlessly. I can not think of an aluminum crank that won't polish when you add mud and mileage....
  • + 1
 A worn out crank arm shows how much trail times you had.
  • + 0
 @DARKSTAR63: huh, sorry it doesn’t take much to wear them out and I’m the best example since as everyone knows I don’t ride. 970 and 980 XTR had “raw” finish on the face of the xrank arm so you didn’t see the wear. Win-Win!

Off course they are not the only ones whose expensive cranks look like crap after a dozen of rides. Pretty much all Carbon cranks look like sht after not that long time. Scraped plastic looks and you pay sht loads. To top that it shits on the supposed super performance vibe surrounding the material.
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: Well, that's what I'm saying. It's an unreasonable expectation and only a matter of aesthetic. Maybe it's the language barrier but "worn-out" seems to imply they are useless. They are not. Not a big deal. Yes, if they started out raw aluminum color then the wear marks would be less noticeable.
  • + 1
 All you have to do is put some clear vinyl on and hey presto. I’m sure a sponsored pro isn’t that worried
  • - 1
 @Bigwill13: it won’t work. I tried it with my SLX, the outer surface is not flat, there is a slight dent/ groove where the tape would go which means it will glue off so the dust and muck will start getting under it.
  • + 1
 @DARKSTAR63: just a matter of aesthetics, well, that’s a big matter whether people like it or not, otherwise why bother spending so much money on form design anyways? Why not just make it look like Alivio or Hussefelt and paint it matte black as long as it is light? When I pay premium and buy what is supposed to be the pinnacle of companies engineering achievement I expect it to tick all the boxes. Aesthetics is one of them. It doesn’t hurt to make it so that the paint stays. Why does Unno bother to employ CEROs art and form designers when making their bikes? Why don’t they just make it look like kona stinky? Why did Pole make their frame so uniquely looking, instead of keeping battleship Patiomkins look of previous versions. Why is Eagle XX1 gold? Why people at Santa Cruz keep Form Design books and magazines in their office? Aesthetics matter to majority of people.
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns: I like the aesthetic of Shimano cranks and I even like it with the paint worn off. I didn't say aesthetics don't matter, just that in the grand scheme it's not that big a deal. I don't know of any parts that don't visually wear with use. My handlebar is chaffed in spots, my fork lowers show battle scars too. Everyone has their own priorities, I choose a lot of my components with a form follows function mindset, I know thats not true for everyone. I choose XT cranks for example - because they are light, strong, stiff, and run flawlessly. On top of that they are very affordable but thats not even why I buy them. Literally the only thing you can nitpick is the finish. And i don't know of an aluminum crank that won't wear like that. You are free to choose whatever components tickle your art design sensibilities and pass on XTR. All I'm saying is that despite enjoying how bikes look I understand that they are tools. They wear. They get beat up, marked up, chipped, dented, scratched. None of that should deeply bother anyone but I know it does. I see people who manicure their bikes after every ride hoping their investment will look as new as it did at the start of the season. I let go of that a long time ago. I like how a bike looks when it's ridden and used. I really do.
  • - 2
 @DARKSTAR63: ok I get your angle now, but still, I think it is ok for a bike part to look worn out after a year but not after a month. The design of 970 and 980 series was making it hard to look worn after just a few rides since raw finish is... the same color as the worn out part?. Saint is kind of fine to look worn since it’s a DH group, it is expected to look worn out. I personally love the silver DX version of it.
  • + 1
 I can help you all , you can buy a heavy duty protective film an use it a hair blower to cover your cranks
  • + 2
 its called plastic film, why don't more people know about this?
  • + 24
 Damn Levy that Drake roast...
  • + 14
 Always go with your instinct.
  • + 20
 Listen to Slayer.
  • + 4
 These puns are gaining Altitude; look at all the upvotes!
  • + 1
 Just go with the Flow.
  • + 12
 Fuck, pros even heal faster...
  • + 5
 Yah, I wanna know. Maximum comfort, traction, safety, etc. Running a 170mm fork ( Eek ), Shorty, coil rear, etc. Why not just at least go with an Altitude? No Slayer, fine, but I'm confused. Not that it matters, but I still want to know why an Instinct.
  • + 5
 The question is 140mm 29 vs 150mm 27.5? I’m also going with the Instinct.
  • + 8
 Guess he prefers instinct's 29 over altitude's 27.5 wheel size
  • + 24
 @WrenchRy87: It's a 170mm front, 155mm rear set up
  • + 3
 More pictures of the complete build , please?
  • + 4
 @howie286: You sure that's the BC edition? It looks like it still has a Ride9 spacing on the lower shock mount. Thought the BC edition did away with that in favour of a set linkage and longer stroke shock, as the Ride9 would otherwise cause fouling on the frame at full compression.
  • + 1
 29er duh!
  • + 9
 @Zaff: *My understanding* is the set linkage is the same as the ride9 in slackest position. With ride9 in a regular instinct you get a metric spaced shock (210x55 I think??) and 9 adjustable geometry settings.

With the instinct BC, you use 8.5x2.5 (I think..) in position1 to get 155mm travel paired with a 160mm fork and 35% sag to keep the BB height nice.

So a regular instinct can be 'BCed' if you swap the shock out, extend the fork and keep it in it's slackest provided you understand that you can't use the other positions.

** I don't work for rocky, just my understanding
  • + 2
 @howie286: Ahhhh, makes sense! So the linkage is more just to remove the idiot factor of someone long shocking and using a Ride9 setting that is non-ideal with the suspension.
  • + 1
 @howie286: Ah, that makes way more sense. Similar, if not more, travel, and if he prefers the 29ers, that'd work well. I was thinking it was the non-BC Edition and was stymied why someone would build up a comparatively short(er) travel more trail-ish rig in that manner for the EWS.
  • + 2
 IT could also be that RM wants him to run the Instinct.
  • + 2
 wagon-wheels = more speed
  • + 1
 @howie286: You’re right. I’ve got mine built with the 210x55 inline coil and a 150 36 up front. It absolutely rips. One of the Rocky guys told me the bike was designed around the 55 stroke 140 travel and that the leverage gets a bit weird with the longer shock. He said the longer shock made the bike feel wollowy. I’ve haven’t missed the extra travel so far and have ridden it on some gnarly stuff. I just switched from a knolly warden and I think I might like this bike better already. And I loved my warden.
  • + 1
 @deiru: and a fair bit more grip.
  • + 32
 Safety also means consistency. I have been, and will continue to be on, the Instinct for this race season so switching to Slayer (or altitude) for this race didn't make sense. I'm comfortable on the big wheels!
  • + 12
 @howie286: you are correct. I swap to the metric shock when I want to and like to switch up the ride9 so I carried the link over from a non BC Edition frame.
  • + 19
 @Fresh1: nope! We can ride whatever we like!
  • + 12
 @JesseMelamed: Thanks for answering on pinkbike forums it is very much appreciated!
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed: That makes total sense. Last time I went to the bike park, I brought my 100mm XC hardtail. My buddy offered me a ride on his Stinky Dee-Luxe. On that spectrum, my bike would be "skittish" where his might be "monster truck through and over anything and everything". Was his bike more capable? Heck yes, by far. But I chose to stick with my bike, since I was used to it and felt better on it, whereas his was totally new to me, and a M/L 26er vs a XXL 29er. I felt like my knees were close to the handlebars... Completely different feel. Not to mention that his front brake was completely shot... that might've had something to do with my choice lol. All in all, just too much of a learning curve for me right then. Familiarity plays a big role, I get it, the last thing one would want to do in your circumstance is change things up too much. Then again, you could probably acclimate way better than I could. Razz Just looking at the article, I just thought at first that you were on the normal Instinct, hence my confusion.
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed: Whats the box on the bars/ stem and whats in it? Thanks
  • + 1
 @CM999: I think it's Stages computer unit.
  • - 6
flag cliffdog (Jun 29, 2018 at 4:28) (Below Threshold)
 Kiss ass
  • - 6
flag cliffdog (Jun 29, 2018 at 4:29) (Below Threshold)
 Kiss ass
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed:
What shock do you run on the instinct in 140 mode and do you keep your fork at 160?
Good luck this weekend!
PS. Tell Pete that pushbroom makes him look like a kidtoucher
  • + 1
 @cliffdog: Ya talkin tuh me? Wink
  • + 0
 @mtbikeaddict: haha no, directed toubr
  • + 1
 @cliffdog: Ok. Good. Still impolite though. Big Grin
  • + 1
 @howie286: Correct. I did just that with a Alloy Instinct, ie. put the Ride9 in posi 1 and put in a 8.5x2.5 shock at 35%. It's the cheap way to get an Instinct BC Setup. The price differential turns out to about $2.5-3k depending on what fork/shock you use and if you modify anything else on the lower end spec.
  • + 6
 If safety first means more travel and thicker tires, then why not be on the Slayer?
  • + 21
 Because 29 is faster.
  • + 10
 Because it’s a slug that’s why. Rocky makes an enduro bike that nobody on the team rides ever....hmmmm...
  • + 6
 @Golden-G: Utter rubbish
  • + 7
 I own both bikes and for all out speed I will choose the Instinct over the Slayer. But if things get gnarly and steep the Slayer is the tool of choice
  • + 10
 A. 29r wheels roll faster, offer greater(reduced?) deflection, and in all but the tightest of turns actually corner better due to the composure and increased tire on the ground. With a crook collarbone the would be a hell of a lot more comfy

B. If the slayer is a 'Slug' then i'd hate to see your @Golden-G reaction to the rest of the 27.5 170mm enduro bikes from other brands. The slayer gets up and goes quicker than a lot of shorter travel bikes. The slayer has different geometry and feel on the trail. I ride an Altitude, have ridden an instinct BC and a slayer. The altitude fits me better and i'm not much taller then Jesse. I'd assume the same. If I were just lapping the park it'd be slayer all day everyday. The Altitude is remarkably capable - more than i'd ever need. I've ridden every trail in whistler bikepark along with majority of sqaum and whistler valley on my previous 160mm bike (Intense tracer) and the altitude is so much more capable its not funny, but pedals much better and carries speed along the flats easier as well. The way the sizing runs the altitude puts me in a better position for long days - though I must say that I haven't spent 8hrs on a slayer before. If I were just racing, the instinct BC would get the nod. That thing is lightning quick.
  • + 20
 @Golden-G: I think maybe slayer is an enduro bike for average folks. I took my buddy's altitude(he races enduro for rocky) down some of the gnarlier trails I ride on my slayer. it was terrifying. Amazing how fast those guys go on "smaller" bikes. Slayer makes up for my lack of talent, age & poor line choice????
  • + 9
 Most likely he's been training on the Instinct all spring and is use to feel of it.
  • + 1
 probably
  • + 5
 @charmingbob: this is the correct answer! @frothol
  • + 1
 @howie286: If the tyre pressures remain the same, why would a 29r put more tyre on the ground than any other wheelsize?
  • + 4
 @gabriel-mission9: larger radius, at same pressure the 9r contact patch is longer
  • + 2
 @aushred: And narrower. So the same overall area of tyre on the floor. Funnily enough, the longer norrower contact patch actually means increased rolling resistance on the 9r. This however is more than offset by the improved rollover.

Grip levels should not really vary between the sizes though. I'm a fan of 29ers. I am not a fan of the misconceptions surrounding wheelsizes...
  • + 1
 @gabriel-mission9: Why narrower? Assuming the same width tires and same pressures, wouldn't the contact patch be the same width but longer?
  • + 3
 @gtrguy: No
The amount of tyre in contact with the floor relates to tyre pressure vs load carried. (And in a very small way, tyre carcass stiffness, but this has such a tiny effect it can be essentially ignored.

a simple example is:

If you weigh 100lbs, and have a unicycle with the tyre inflated to 100 psi (pounds per square inch), you will need 1 square inch of tyre in contact with the floor to support your 100lb weight.
Changing the shape of the wheel will affect the shape of the contact patch, but not the area of it. At 100 psi you will need 1 square inch in contact with the ground to support 100lbs. This can not vary.
  • + 4
 @RockyMountainBicycles @JesseMelamed, please make a 29er Slayer!
Please!? i'll buy 3, promise.
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed Can you share a bit more about going to Size M instead of staying in Size S? Looking at size chart, you are still within the Size S range. I'm looking at the new Pipeline, and I have dilemma whether going with M or L. I'm 178cm, so about 2cm off the next size. I'm just curious.
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed how tall is Remi on his size large? I’m 5’8.5” thinking about running a size large regular Instinct with a 35mm stem...thoughts?
  • + 1
 Curious how that DHX2 climbs on the Instinct, you know, for us mere mortals. Anyone have experience with it that isn't superhuman Melamed?
  • + 0
 its got a lockout, no? It climbs the same as any other locked out shock, just a bit heavier.
  • + 1
 @YouHadMeAtDrugs: Well, ya, a lockout helps, but no, a coil won't climb like an air shock, and vice versa, because their spring rates progress differently into the travel. So it's a different feel. I'm wondering if the feel of the coil is more slow and steady vs the pop of air, or if this shock keeps it lively on the climbs. I guess I'm curious how much more effort is required to climb a DHX2, on this specific bike, which is a very progressive system, up some big back country rides. On the downs it'll no doubt be amazing. Unsure if I want to spend the money on a coil yet and looking for personal experience.
  • + 1
 @CaroCo: You're not far enough into the travel whilst climbing to feel a difference.
My Orbea Rallon climbs better with the coil shock. Coil feels firmer but still offers more grip if I climb anything technical
  • + 7
 It's very smooth! It does have a lockout but for technical climbing the coil is very supple and provides great traction.
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed: Even with the air shock its smooth. Traded the Ripley in for the 140 Instinct. Such A fun bike to ride. Feels like I can ride anything on it. Good to see you back. Good luck.
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed: Thanks! Good to see you back on two wheels!
  • - 1
 19PSI, 21PSI; full on trials numbers. Then he didn't mention the rims which I wanted to hear aboot. Pretty nice bicycle for sure! The XTR 9100 almost looks like they downgraded from the press release models. Would ride that bike in a heartbeat, very nice.
  • + 1
 Interested to see/hear how the coil works out for you!
Custom water bottle by Pop's again?

Good luck and good health this weekend to all the RM crew!
  • + 2
 Kill it Jesse, you're a beast!
  • + 3
 Full Send!
  • + 1
 Does Jesse ride that smooth that he doesn't need to strap his tube/pump down? Looks neat
  • + 3
 I asked about this on a previous bike check! RM have included a little tab there like the NUTS system on Guerrilla Gravity bikes, neat storage space that does strap it to the frame without requiring a full wrap around of the tube.

Here's a close up of that area on the Altitude, I assume they've carried this design aspect across.
p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/45008/photos/116952/s1200_Untitled_1.jpg
  • + 2
 @Zaff: I was about to look up how that kit strapped on...you always have the answers... ;-)
  • + 2
 What kind of grips are those?
  • + 2
 Look like Race Face Love Handles. I had a pair: soft, grippy but too thin for my tastes.
  • - 2
 Sensus?
  • + 3
 They look like raceface lovehandles to me.
  • + 2
 @gdharries: love handles yes.
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed
What type of Race Face are those wheels? And what hubs and rim internal width? Thanks
  • + 1
 Raceface turbineR wheels with their vault hub. Internal rim width is 30mm
  • + 2
 One Up on a come up - love those little guides.
  • + 1
 Good looking bike. I wonder what it weighs?
  • + 1
 @jessemelamed riding a medium, how tall are you?
  • + 1
 why is he running a 3.0 stroke spring?
  • + 1
 what a beautiful bike, i even like the orange fox 36 on it.
  • + 2
 Good Luck Jesse!
  • + 1
 Anyone have rough numbers on Jesse's height/weight?
  • + 7
 170cm/69kg
  • + 3
 @JesseMelamed: how would you know? lol
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed: thanks man, good luck out there.
  • + 1
 what kind of 35mm stem is that?
  • + 1
 Race Face Atlas, I presume.
  • + 4
 Thats the Turbine R 35, most likely in the 32mm length. The finishing and machining on the atlas is much different than this. I have both and don't notice a difference in stiffness, but much prefer the aesthetics of the turbine. And its lighter.
  • + 2
 It is the turbineR by Raceface
  • + 1
 This is a very nice bike.
  • + 1
 Or a Pole in size XL,... With a hand polished down tube
  • + 1
 No word on fork offset? :p
  • + 0
 I'm curious about this magic foam that purportedly prevents mud from sticking but looks like a mud magnet...?
  • + 3
 It just stops the mud from building up in that space. Overall less mud in my experience.
  • + 1
 @JesseMelamed: thanks, Jesse! I still don't necessarily understand how it works, but I believe you that it does!
  • - 1
 ha, the article started with Altitude and was changed to Instinct within minutes and my comment was the first one.
  • - 2
 RM why are you producing the Altitude and Slayer if the Instinct can do what the 2 modells can do. Yourè only confusing your costumers.
  • + 5
 Because RMB then has more or less exactly the bike for any riders needs.
You have the Thunderbolt - Altitude - Slayer, 130/130mm, 140/140, 160/150, 170/165 for small wheels.
And Element - Pipeline - Instinct, 100/100, 120/100, 140/140 (27.5+ and 29), 140/140, 160/155 for the big wheelers.
And of course the outliers like the Maiden, Blizzard and Vertex.
That means customers can get exactly the kind of bike they want/need from RMB.
I prefer this over the xc - short 29 - long 27.5 model.
  • + 2
 Because I'm short and don't like 29ers!
  • + 0
 Instead of this bike he could ride a downhill bike,...
  • + 39
 Or an emu...
  • + 2
 @slumgullion:

I'm partial to gnus.
  • + 5
 @slumgullion: Nah man, we lost a land war against those bastards! Better off trying your luck with a Cassowary.
  • + 1
 Drake has a kid?
  • + 1
 According to Pusha T’s drake diss “the story of adidon”
  • - 3
 why does the inside of the chainstay in the first picture say Instinct?
  • - 4
flag jeffgicklhorn (Jun 28, 2018 at 16:53) (Below Threshold)
 Because it's actually the Instinct BC edition. No wonder there are bare bones bike checks, PB authors don't know the correct bike!!!
  • + 2
 this question was downvoted?? but it says Instinct for f*ck sakes!!
  • - 2
 drake
  • - 2
 27 is dead
  • + 1
 In fact, 27 never exsisted ????
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