Production Privee: Getting Rad on the Shan 27 Classic - Video

Mar 15, 2016 at 17:33
by PRODUCTION PRIVEE CREW  

Views: 11,901    Faves: 148    Comments: 7

As winter settled in Andorra bringing snow and frozen trails we headed to warmer horizons. Four hours from our place, deep in Catalonia, there’s Macanet de Cabrenys. A small but wonderful village where every year, the famous Enduro de Salines takes place. Awesome course and race organized by a team of passionate people managed by the notorious, Jep Coromines. And it’s him and his truck that led us during this riding weekend. With us, Leo Nobile from the Alps and the riders/videographers of the South Crew from Cannes made the trips. And hidden in our bags we had a Shan 27 Classic meticulously built with which Leo would do his first backflip on a MTB.

On the occasion of the video release, we offer the Shan 27 Classic frame kit at 599€ instead of 659€! Only on www.production-privee.com

SHAN 27 Classic our stealth trail weapon
Shan 27 Classic, our stealth trail weapon!

Sun saluting while back flipping
Sun saluting while back flipping!

Ripping the trail

Hailing L o He did it

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MENTIONS: @SouthCrewMedia / @ProductionPrivee
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17 Comments

  • + 8
 I'm thinking that bike isn't as good as Leo makes it look. He could make my 1970's banana seat special look like a DH monster.
  • + 5
 now that´s what i call a video! absolutely stunning and want me to jump on my bike and shred in the woods. great pp crew
  • + 3
 I have lusted over one of the Gulf paintjobs for a while. If only it didn't have a pressfit bb I'd have bought one in a heartbeat.
  • + 5
 It looks like he is wearing his shorts way down, love itSmile
  • + 3
 bought one last week, cannot wait to rip the capra apart and built the shan up with its bits!
  • + 3
 So it's a trials bike, then? ;-)
  • + 2
 Makes me want to buy/ride a hardtail again! Now if only I had room to hide another bike from the wife.
  • + 3
 Andorra and Catalonia rules!
  • + 2
 I'm starting my fund saving now for when they make a fullsus trail bike.
  • + 3
 haha you'll be quite rich when that happens then.
29" HT yeah, fullsus probably not
  • + 2
 Great bike
  • + 2
 @enrico650 care to share how you built yours up? I've been interested in these bikes for a while, but seems like they had limited distribution to the USA. Would be fun with an adjustable travel fork for a real Jekyll/Hyde approach.
  • + 3
 Then go for the Oka. The Shan is not designed for forks less than 160mm (maybe 150mm) so when you set your talas to 130 for climbing, your pedals will hit the ground when you most need to pedal.
The Oka on the other hand could work well with a 120-150.

But that's just generic info, if you know your favourite BB height etc you can make your own calculations.
  • + 0
 Good call thanks
  • + 2
 I have just built a Oka with Talas 120-150mm forks and it's an amazing bike to ride in all terrain!!!
  • + 2
 Molt be !! PP Rules !!
  • + 1
 that was rad!!!

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