not good. have you got a picture of the broken part? would be interesting to see where it failed.Just over 12 months ago I received a warranty replacement frame due to a cracked rear triangle on my Intense spider 29c. It was a manufacturing fault in that instance. I received an Intense Primer as a replacement which has been fa......
Long story short. Around $1100 for a rear triangle and this is their crash replacement price! Next dually is going to be alloy or steel!
Yeah I was just interested to see if you’ve whacked both.No and I take your point. The XTC is light and is made with thinner carbon no doubt. But tap both and one sounds like a tissue box and the other like a wooden box.
How big are you? I am impressed by the not falling apart your xtc has demonstrated in that vid.
Haha, he was pulling over to let me past but didn't manage to unclip properly, toppled over. Clips get us all.Bloody roadies on mtb trails, didn't even look before making you ram him
6ft2, bout 80kg.How big are you? I am impressed by the not falling apart your xtc has demonstrated in that vid.
Normally I don't ride the Primer at the location where this occurred. I normally ride my steel HT. Funny thing is. it happened on a spot where my wife usually walks it. I was giving her stick a week ago because my mate finally rode it and she hadn't. I've ridden it hundreds of times and think nothing of it. First time I stacked, and I happened to be on my Primer! Fuck it!ok I see, ... alloy would have bent, carbon crack. that's not a design fault more high side impact - yeah can't do much about that. you've got to take risks and have fun and sometimes this happens. its worth having a back up bike and keep this baby for show rides.