Hey mate, I am running this exact frame and the tyres im using are the Intense Micro nobby's. Roll fast and they can ride dirt rather well. I would recommened that you lower the fork travel to 100m (maybe they are and im just blind). But apart from that this will be an amazing build.
will this system find its way onto other models such as the stinky and stab perhaps, reason for this question is that most tracks in australia are more flat than most overseas and require considerable amount more pedaling than what you might do over in new zealand or canada.
big props to kona...
You know your a cyclist when you can imagine every single corner on gap creek and possibly every other corner in Mt Cootha and your friends telling you not to talk about bike related or even remotely related stuff to hot girls that your trying to pick up while out clubbing
looks like an awsome bike but would have thought they would have used the better raceface diablous cranks as apposed to the atlas dh cranks. I have a set and there great but this bike looks like a "money is no issue" sort of build.
oh come on im an apprentice chef and those knives suck balls and no offence i hate globals........ have have a set of shun and they are awsome, bit pricy (3 knives set me back 800 but thats not the point) but worth it in the long run
what bike do you ride cause that size is the size the older style glory frames use not sure on the new one though, check the original size eye to eye (where the top bolt goes to where the bottom bolt goes), but in saying that some shocks dont quite fit into some frames cause the new RC4 from fox...
i just found this on youtube and was wondering where abouts this is in adelaide this is cause this jump look like a really fun one to do if i ever do down there to see relatives