Zerode Bikes Launches its G3 Downhill Bike

Mar 18, 2023 at 1:46
by Phil Boorman  
The new Zerode G3.

Press Release: Zerode Bikes

Zerode bikes burst onto the DH scene in 2011 with the launch of the G1, which quickly gained a reputation for incredible suspension performance due to it’s low unsprung mass
centrally mounted alfine gearbox and high pivot.

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Along with the G2 released in 2013 the bikes gained a cult following and introduced design concepts that years later would be emulated by the world's top manufacturers.

The accolades and success in the downhill world came thick and fast, with Privateer World Cup wins, National titles and the famous Eddie Master whip in jandals becoming the stuff of mtb legend.

A decade in the making and drawing from current enduro riding platforms - the Katipo and Taniwha..

In the following years, Zerode's focus has been taking the principles of low unsprung mass and centralized weight and, with help from German gearbox maker, Pinion and Gates Belt Drive, incorporating them into enduro riding platforms - the Katipo and Taniwha.

Drawing from the years of research, development and learnings from the iterations of G1 and G2 and their enduro riding platforms, the G3 is the embodiment of Zerodes origins and the reason the company started - removing complexity from the riding experience and using simple design and the unequivocal principles of physics to improve suspension performance through the gnarliest of terrain.

Pre Production Bikes Tested And Set For Rollout

The Details:

• Mixed mullet
Pinion C1.6 gearbox
Gates Carbon Drive Belt
• 3 reached-based sizes 435 , 460 and 480
• Each size shares a 63 degree
• All sizes incorporate 440mm chainstays

With the growth and popularity of Zerode since the launch of their enduro range - the Katipo and the Taniwha - the company has been able to carve out time and space for founder, Rob Metz, to draw from customer experience, World Cup DH riders and learnings from their current designs. ‘’Imagine the G1 and G2, but with 10 years' experience under our belt.” Metz says. ‘’It’s amazing what time, experience, feedback and greater R&D resources can produce. I think we’ve made a real statement here. We can’t wait for people to throw their legs over these and see what they are capable of’’.

The official launch will be at Crankworx Rotorua in March and pre-orders will open in April. Production bikes are due to market in the later half of 2023

Pre-production bikes are currently getting thrashed under some of the fastest riders in the world. Early testing shows they simply pull away from other DH bikes on rough sections and increased grip under braking means racers are redefining the definition of late in “late braking”

When this was relayed to Rob - he simply said “Of course they do - it's physics”

For more information go to Zerode Worldwide and Zerode Europe




143 Comments

  • 129 4
 This it what I’ve been asking for all along. All the benefits of multiple gears and zero of the downsides.

I found my perfect DH rig.
  • 79 2
 Except for sparkly tassels from the end of the handlebars.... so close Zerode, so close, but for this reason, I'm out.
  • 10 0
 @bigtim: If I were Zerode, I'd include them right away as a free option. Customer is king. And suddenly they have Tim as their customer Smile .
  • 10 0
 @bigtim: can’t you install your nipple tassels on the ends of the grips?
  • 4 4
 Minus a bottle mount, but you could maybe fit a small bottle below the shock.
  • 4 0
 @bigtim: They clearly want you to be able to customise. After all they dont know which shades of sparkle you prefer
  • 3 0
 @itslightoutandawaywego: Whats next, butt plug bar ends?
  • 3 0
 @itslightoutandawaywego You might want to check the DH version of the Anakin V2 from Cavalerie bikes as well. Gearbox, belt, high pivot... I've got one and it is sensationnal !
  • 1 0
 Looks like a 2006 Cove Shocker with High Pivot and 29" hoops...

Cool


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  • 1 0
 Yes, we should proeced in this direction.
  • 2 1
 @bigtim: No threaded bottom-bracket. Based only on that, I'm out
  • 1 0
 @Spark24: I honestly don't know, how are the bearings installed in a Pinion gearbox then? Are they just pressed in the gearbox?
  • 48 2
 No headset cable routing, I am out.
  • 5 0
 Lol
  • 21 2
 Don't worry, it has a gripshift to make up for the lack of other inconveniences!
  • 9 0
 @hitchhikerbikes: trigger shift is available, but it's expensive and negates some if the advantages of the grip pinion/shift combo.
  • 8 0
 @hitchhikerbikes: And what is wrong with gripshift? Have you ridden modern gripshift? Interested for you to expand your opinion Smile
  • 2 0
 @handynzl: Not a big fan in the first place and they significantly limit your grip choices. @CarbonShmarbon - I have not tried their trigger shifter, but I know you can get one aftermarket and as you said, it is more expensive than other shifters.
  • 2 0
 @hitchhikerbikes: Yes, lack of grip choice is a negative.
  • 18 0
 @handynzl: expand upon your pinion please
  • 11 1
 @mkul7r4: Sure can, good Sir.

I had the original GripShift back when SRAM wasn't yet a thing. I had the clear plastic ones so you could see into the workings, with a set of black grips that would leave an imprint of the GripShift logo on the palm of your hands. They worked fairly well until the rubber in the grip area stretched and the rubber splines would slip out of the plastic splines. You could overcome this by gripping tighter, but once it rained, forget it! So on with the zip ties to tighten the rubber grip to the plastic internals, but this left the end of the zip ties to dig into and cut your hands. After two years I had had enough and bought some new XT shifters so I could still run the levers that I had gotten when I bought the GripShift.

Fast forward 20+ years and I thought I'd give GripShift another shot. I had always liked the ability to dump 4 plus gears in one twist, so as I was setting up a new DownCountry build I put on a GX level GripShift with a TwistLock on the left. Makes the bars look fairly clean.

I have now been running this bike for nearly four years and I have not had a single issue with the GripShift. The grip hasn't parted ways at the spline like the ones in the 90s did, and I can't say I hate or like the grips, but I can say they are a hundred times better than the WTB grips that came stock on a Trek that I tested for a day (the bike, not the grips, they just came along for the ride).

All in all, I can't really understand all the hate. I don't know if people have even tried them, or if they are just on the bandwagon and conforming with the herd?

So it's a yes for me, Simon...
  • 2 0
 @handynzl: I had those clear gripshifts, my main problem with them was that shifting up the gears would roll my fingers away from the brakes, which never felt good.

I was lucky and had mine solen Smile
  • 1 0
 @handynzl: can you turn a grip shift in the mud ?
  • 2 0
 @handynzl: My XC bike a few years back came with X01 11 speed GS. It was amazing and flawless, and I enjoyed it more than GS. I would seriously consider going back on an XC bike if it wasn't for the AXS I have now. And with foam grips, the grip issue is a non starter.

A friend of mine who used to work for ODI bugged the owner for years to make a GS compatible grip, but they never would.
  • 3 0
 @handynzl: Nice to hear a balanced perspective from somebody with experience. Thanks for taking the time to share!
  • 1 0
 @handynzl: gripshift x-ray 800 shifters
  • 3 0
 SRAM GripShift and Pinion shifting are a bit similar, but the feel and performance are completely different. I've been on a Katipo for a few years and have a bit more than armchair speculation.
Shifting in the air, or even when bombing an eyeball shaking rough patch is second nature.
When I've climbed to a downhill launch ramp I track stand for 1/2 second and drop 6 gears. Meanwhile, my buds are dismounting and doing that hand pedaling wheel lift shift thing. It's actually hilarious.
I suspect G3 WC riders will do well.
  • 2 0
 @handynzl: I don't understand the hate for grip shift either, If you ever rode a dirt bike, grip shift is pretty natural and the ability to dump or go up gears in an instant is a plus, I still have grip shift on my townie bike, it works the rim brakes on the other hand are another story.
  • 39 1
 I remember the first time I rode a G2. The rear was so supple, quiet, calm, planted and grippy that I kept stopping to check the rear tire pressure because I was convinced it was losing air and I was about to blow the wheel up. The damn thing had a narrow-ass dual ply minion with a tube inside that probably had 35 psi in it, and it wasn't losing pressure. It should have been awful. It was not. It was so good that it was confusing.
  • 9 2
 Would happily ride a narrow dual ply minion, over most of the current crop of oversized modern tyres!
  • 5 0
 @Tambo: long live 58mm!
  • 2 21
flag baca262 (Mar 19, 2023 at 7:05) (Below Threshold)
 good thing inserts are common these days because people would be pinch flatting it all day, suspension can take it, the wheel is simply too heavy to get out of the way quick enough. i pinch flatted one tube too many because the fork could do it but the wheel wouldn't move
  • 3 0
 I think you delivered a very accurate description of what riding a bike with (1) low un-sprung weight and (2) the weight in the COG is like
  • 6 0
 @baca262: So you're saying a smaller, lighter wheel would be better... like 26" or even 24". That crazy idea might catch on.
  • 6 2
 @bigtim: 26" dh bike ftw. enough suspension to eat everything up, small enough to throw around for fun
  • 4 22
flag baca262 (Mar 19, 2023 at 14:02) (Below Threshold)
 omg look at the neg props at my first comment, 8 people don't believe in physics. and it's so common, it's always common sense engineering comments that get hated into oblivion while they're throwing their money at people conning them with false advertising. i don't get it, it's like not believeing the water is wet and people wonder why the world's fucked up
  • 6 2
 @baca262: I don't understand your first comment, that's why I'm downvoting it. Not sure what you're even saying...
  • 3 24
flag baca262 (Mar 19, 2023 at 14:17) (Below Threshold)
 @Tambo: you don't understand inertia? you don't understand the faster you're going, the longer it'll take you to stop?

and if you don't undestand, why don't you ask for a clarification instead of hating on it?

am i your kindergarten teacher, you forcing me to ask the latter question?
  • 2 21
flag baca262 (Mar 19, 2023 at 14:25) (Below Threshold)
 @Tambo: i don't judge people for being stupid, i've discovered things i myself don't understand not even 10 years later and others take it for granted, i judge people for not even trying
  • 4 6
 @Tambo: you don't understand a comment so you downvote it?

@baca262: don't let props drive your self confidence issues. Leave that sh*t to FB.
  • 10 0
 @baca262: Were you riding an earlier Zerode G series? You are not clear. All you have said is that you had a lot of pinch flats, but give no context. Anything can get a pinch flat if you try hard enough or ride poor enough. Are you saying that the suspension was not reactive enough? If so, again, what bike is this on?

You now talk about stopping distances, but this is not what your first comment alluded to. So why are you now bringing this up?

If your fork was moving fast enough, but your shock was not, perhaps your suspension set up was not right. Again, what type of suspension (bike) are you talking about? Maybe a Proflex? No one knows but you.

If you can clarify your points, please, then I am sure people will kindly offer their opinion rather than downvote.
  • 4 0
 @baca262: It sure sounds like a case of skill issue. It's almost like rear tires on hardtails can take a beating while being forced into obstacles directly by the frame. With full suspensions, the forces the tire experience when striking things is less since impact energy is the integral over a longer distance.

Lower unsprung mass is good for suspension performance, but it can't be analyzed in a vacuum. The 15 or 20 lb motocross wheels can have pretty excellent performance, because the forces are greater in the context of a motorcycle. If you are riding your mountain bike slowly on mellow trails, you don't need the suspension, and if you are riding aggressively, the higher forces your wheel experiences will creating very high acceleration allowing your suspension to do its thing.
  • 1 0
 @vhdh666: Yeah absolutely. Also the really high pivot meant that the suspension is really easily compressed by square edge hits. Worked well with the low unsprung weight to make a proper magic carpet.

Shame the reach wasn't three inches longer!
  • 2 1
 @cmi85: no, I downvoted it because he complained about downvotes, but his comment doesn't make sense...it's illegible.
  • 1 0
 @AgrAde: yep true, the bike's short by today's standards
  • 6 0
 @baca262: why do you assume I don't understand inertia? I didn't even know you're talking about it; the grammar in your comment is terrible. Even now you tell me you're talking about inertia, I don't really see what your point is relative to the first comment...? Are you saying the skinny tyre is too small even on a bike with 'low' unsprung mass?

To be clear, I'm not hating on something I don't understand. I don't hate your comment, but I do think it's worthless because it's essentially illegible. If you're going to accuse strangers of being stupid for not understanding you, at least make sure your comments are coherent first.
  • 2 1
 @Tambo: It’s Getting rubbish this no one compares aeroplanes to bikes anymore
  • 3 1
 @Compositepro: I know, but they both have inertia so they're basically the same thing!
  • 1 0
 @Tambo: upvoted for scientific explanation
  • 4 0
 This was exactly my experience as well - my buddy who runs Sicklines.com was testing a G2 and let me ride it for a bit while we were out one day. I took it down a rough, rocky, natural trail that wasn't too steep as an orientation ride to commune with the bike and during the first 100m I had to stop twice to check the rear tire - totally thought I pinched the tube and had a slow leak. The rear end tracked THAT well. Also - It held speed over rocky terrain so well, that it didn't make sense - I remember thinking "I should be slowing down..." but I wasn't.

A few years later I was talking with Brandon Sloan about my experience on it and he said "YEAH... they've got some interesting stuff going on with the back end of that thing..." -haha- so they were aware.

Great stuff - can't wait to try a G3!
  • 1 0
 @SKNKWRKS821: Hah cool. Glad I'm not the only one that this happened to.
  • 16 3
 It is a shame the big brands don't offer options with gearbox in it. What is this? Some sort of contract binding them to derailleur OEMs? Will shimano and sram send nukes to the world if Trek or SPZ start making bikes with gearboxes?
  • 4 1
 The fact that you cannot buy pinion gearboxes online is basically indicative that they are on a per contract basis. Other big brands are busy making big profits with ebikes so they dont really care enough about signing something with Pinion.
  • 6 11
flag FuzzyL (Mar 19, 2023 at 23:09) (Below Threshold)
 The drag on any available gear box system is so high that big companies are simply not interested.
  • 19 1
 @FuzzyL:
I must have unknowingly purchased the low drag Taniwha. I hear talk of this extra drag business but unless you are running xc tyres the percentage of additional drag is so negligible I wouldn't think anyone would even pick it up in a blind test
  • 10 0
 @FuzzyL: for DH bike applications gearboxes make way more sense. Reduced unsprung mass, increased suspension performance and the reliability of a deraulier-less belt drive vs a little bit extra drag on a bike that spends majority of its time coasting and pumping are significant benefits I would happily trade off a little extra drag for.
  • 1 5
flag FuzzyL (Mar 20, 2023 at 0:21) (Below Threshold)
 @thebradjohns: As we all have seen in the past, simply running chainless will bring many of those advantages as well, while still being able to achieve top results in the WC… still not many people will do it on purpose. The pedaling passages (and the efficiency in those) on most given DH courses are important. The „in DH it‘s not that important“ argument could be made about many things, including carbon as a frame material etc., but companies and riders will always look for minor gains, and that is where gearboxes get the thumbs down every time, the only system run successfully was that from Honda, and it would still beat any of the newer solutions, including that from those ex-Porsche interns.
  • 5 2
 @FuzzyL: Money is what dictates what the winners ride, not efficiency. Honda has an exponentially greater amount of money to spend on race teams than Pinion or Effigear, even though they dont sell mountain bikes. If Pinion threw the top 10 DH riders six figures I'm sure they'd keep on winning with a gearbox.
  • 2 1
 @FuzzyL: It's a DH bike...
  • 2 0
 @FuzzyL: there's a big difference between running chainless with no ability to pedal whatsoever vs a gearbox that has the majority of the benefits but produces a small amount of drag...
  • 1 3
 @jackfunk: You actually think there is a rider in the WC who would rather lose on slower equipment than make less money?

I don‘t think so.
  • 1 0
 @FuzzyL: actually the honda had a lot of drag. A noticeable amount more than an idler bike of the same period. They did have stunning suspension though, and paid the world's fastest to ride them.
  • 1 0
 Curious why the c1.6 specifically. Knowing nothing about gearboxes, pinion’s website describes it as the rental bike fleet option/commuter option. Anybody got a better handle on this?
  • 3 0
 @initforthedonuts: the C series Pinions are all interchangeable (and bombproof), just depends how many gear sets are inside to multiply and give you the number of gear ratios. 6,9,12,18. I went with 9, as it's a bit lighter than the 12 and I never cared if I had 12 on my last few derailleur bikes. I assume this bike got the 6 because DH bikes use 7 pretty much across the board, people are used to it and how many gears does a DH bike need? It's also the lightest option as a bonus. I couldn't speak as to why Pinion describes it as a commuter option. Maybe that's just where most of them get used.
  • 3 0
 @CarbonShmarbon: thanks for the good info! We now return to our regularly scheduled nonsense in the comments.
  • 1 1
 @Tambo: The Honda system did have a lot of drag. Not as much as a Pinion, though.
  • 1 0
 @FuzzyL: It's not really about the gearbox. Or the belt. It's the back wheel. Just like your German forefathers figured out in F1 so many years ago, unsprung weight and kinematics are the difference makers at high speed.

But yeah, the gearbox and belt are cool too.
  • 1 0
 @BigFatDaddy: of course in F1 they really have to worry about efficiency, since they have only about 300w, maybe 1kw peak, to play with...............
  • 1 2
 @FuzzyL: maybe so. My point is that it still had far too much drag; that's the problem. For all that we hate on derailleurs and they add weight and weakness to our rear wheels etc etc, the drivetrain itself is so damn efficient that it's very hard to argue with. No other drive system yet comes anywhere close.
  • 15 0
 This is it. This is the one.
  • 11 0
 I hope they will make versions with different numbers of gears available. Currently I am on single speed, and would happy having three gears only in G3 Smile
  • 3 2
 I'm same a single speed version would be nice too as don't need gears in the park..
  • 1 1
 @Sethimus: not sure it would work, I run 34/12 gearing. Think there is a multiplier in gearbox
  • 10 2
 Love my Commencal Supreme v4.2...I've had a great time on current gen Specialized and Santa Cruz DH bikes.. But NOTHING. NOTHING ever felt as crazy fast and smooth in the straight chop as my G2. It was literally 50mm shorter reach than all my bikes, damn near unridable for my size preference, so short, I cojuldnt get body position to turn... Buut... hOOOOLYH BAAAALZZ it was fast. I'm first in line for this G3. ROOOOOOOOOCK ON
  • 8 0
 Zerode is killing it right now. I was SO CLOSE to buying a Katipo but I decided to build a steel Cotic FlareMax instead. But their bikes are unique for a reason and a fantastic value.
  • 8 1
 As a G2 owner, I have been waiting for this for a long time. I couldn’t imagine riding a traditional derailleur and low pivot now.
  • 5 0
 480 TT is the biggest... I know us tall guys get a lot you short kings don't, but I'd trade it all for a 515+ reach on this work of art. Short cranks and zero offset stem FTW
  • 4 0
 Zerode improved my love life and I still ride 3-5 days a week.

Several years ago I would spend countless hours in my bike cave fixing derailleurs, chains, chainrings cassettes, cables, bottom brackets, spindles, hangers, and shifters. When they weren't bent or broken or worn out, they needed cleaning, lubing, adjusting.

Two years ago when every bike shop said NO to a new bike, Ali Quinn at Zerode said "No problem Mate" (or something like that) and a week later I was building up a Katipo.

Now, I'm never going to tell anyone that Pinion and Gates is a XC riding solution. It's not. But if you're cranking up hills and coming down hot... well it's the shizzle. The first time on the Katipo I cleaned a 3 mile technical trail that most people 1/3 my age can't ride. It has been a revelation, "Grip Shift" and all. I immediately gave away 6 bent & broken derailleurs, with a moving box full of chains and half worn out clap trap. And chain cleaners. And chain lube. I ain't never going back.

All those late hours I used to waste fixing crap in the bike cave are now spent with my sweetheart. Thank you Zerode.

As for the rest of you, I'll be waiting at the bottom...;-)
  • 4 0
 Used to lust over the G1 and eventually pulled the trigger on a Taniwha, many years later. So great to see a brand that's so committed to pushing gearbox tech in MTB. Thanks Zerode!
  • 6 0
 Zerode bikes Ze road bikes The road bikes.. Guys it's a trap!
  • 3 0
 current G2.5 owner here, looking to upgrade and have been waiting for this. nothing has been worth it until now though. I love that they went with a belt, that thing will redefine silent
  • 3 0
 Zerode is definitely are doing some innovative things. Gearbox and composite chain. DH bike makes sense because the added weight is less of an issue.
  • 1 0
 I'm still having doubts about getting a Taniwha as my next bike, currently riding an AL Norco Sight with 63.5 head angle, the Taniwha is carbon and has 65 HA. I wonder if i can fit a zeb up front and still keep the warranty, it would be my next bike for sure.
  • 7 0
 You sure can. We spec most of our enduro bikes with 170mm Fox 36 or 38 these days to help slacken the front end and make them abit more burly. They go amazing!
  • 2 0
 been on a katipo for 2yr now, and i absolutely loveeeee it! just make sure to go belt drive, i went chain and regret it. swapped over to belt and its like a dream come true! so planted, poppy on a moments notice, sprints like a dream, and so stable
  • 1 0
 @TylerG96: why's the belt better? Just less maintenance etc? Does it need noticeably higher tension than a chain?
  • 4 1
 @mountainsofsussex: I have a belt on my katipo, less maintenance for one and it is quieter (as long as you clean it - with water)

The tensioner is probably a bit more chunky than the chain version (so potentially does need more tensioning) but actually more reliable,
  • 2 0
 I’m running a belt drive Taniwha mullet 160/180, coil front and rear, great bike; I ran it as a 140/160 27.5 for the first few months.

I was riding a Canfield Lithium last year, sz medium, and the Taniwha sz large is comparable.

Very cool DH Pinion bike!
  • 2 1
 @TylerG96: Planted AND poppy? Those two things don't go together.
  • 1 1
 @rrolly: actually is does, you need to ride one to find out
  • 6 0
 @rrolly: they do if your an Afghan opium farmer
  • 2 0
 @road-n-dirt: unless you define planted and poppy differently, riding the bike shouldn't matter (although I'd be up for trying one out). Planted has you "glued" to the ground. Poppy projects you up in the air. Those two things are opposites.
  • 1 0
 @rrolly: as I said you need to ride one to find out. I own a Katipo and it is planted when charging. It does not take effort to project it in the air of that is where you want it to go.
  • 4 0
 getting rid of the derailleur seems like the next logical step for downhill
  • 3 0
 Looks like an engineer's dream come true ! Beautiful bike, can't wait to see more of this !
  • 4 0
 Can we get this hucked to flat, IMMEDIATELY!
  • 4 0
 MIKE LEVY - Please test this bike and gearbox Big Grin
  • 7 0
 He’ll probably complain you can’t pedal uphill with it.
  • 3 0
 More interest in Matt Beer’s opinion. We all know what Levy will say.
  • 2 0
 Somebody please just do it! xD haha
  • 1 0
 I would buy this in a heartbeat if I was in the market for a race Dh bike

My only grip is the grip shifter,why don’t they make like a inboard rotary shifter on a barrel with a paddle on it instead.
Might work.
  • 4 1
 Because grip shift lets you change a huge number of gears in a single twist, can’t do this with a trigger shift
  • 3 1
 @sanchofula: Have you ever ridden Shimano?

last I recalled you could grab like 5 gears with one thumb stroke ... might be wrong though.
  • 2 0
 I like the look of that chainline (or beltline?). Wink Awesome bike.
  • 3 1
 I’d you have to ask.
  • 13 0
 @itslightoutandawaywego: It's because you don't know?
  • 1 0
 Aluminium frame! Does that mean their could be alu version of their enduro bike?
  • 1 0
 Awesome, loved my G1 but the short reach back then wasn't for me. I would absolutely jump on this though!
  • 2 0
 Is that a damn Clevis mount?
  • 3 1
 To bad it’s only comes in medium and small
  • 1 0
 Sizes:

Short (435 reach), Medium (460 reach), Long (480 reach)
  • 1 0
 @kyleluvsdh: would love to see something in the 500mm plus range for tall people…
  • 1 0
 @handsomedan: I hear ya, they almost should've went M-XL tbh
  • 3 2
 I still think high pivot violates the KISS principle and will fade like PDA's of the 90's. OK to be wrong
  • 2 0
 now THAT is a downhill bike. thank god someone is reading the room
  • 1 0
 Awesome bike! Hope they make a version with more than 480mm of reach one day.
  • 1 0
 Nice! looks gooooooood! and probably rides better!
  • 1 0
 Finely,I own a Taniwha, and I was waiting for this!,
  • 1 0
 It’s about time for the gear box geez
  • 2 1
 Can anyone tell me why pinion doesn’t have an electronic shifter?
  • 7 1
 Because they didn’t make it with it.
  • 2 0
 They do but it comes with an ebike. Also requires a specific gearbox. I talked with Archer about making one. Low on the priority list LOL
pinion.eu/en/smartshift
  • 1 0
 Can't wait to try one out
  • 1 0
 Best looking dh bike in ages awesome job Zerode!
  • 1 0
 How many gears do you need for DH=not many
  • 1 0
 I want that in my life!!!!!!
  • 1 0
 sweet rig !
  • 1 0
 Well done
  • 1 0
 GAME CHANGER
  • 2 2
 Guess it must be good it doesnt need pedals
  • 1 0
 Beautiful
  • 1 0
 I want it.
  • 1 0
 Without Battery. Im In.
  • 1 1
 Best DH bike to be released in the last 20 years...
  • 1 1
 Awesome bike. We need more gearboxes like this, especially Pinion models
  • 1 0
 GOOD!
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