Still haven't found out which other bike failed but the list is getting shorter.
Check out this forum. It tells which one of the PB bikes broke. Carbon Enduro bike from Canada
the machine geo has been published from the start; it's the stamina that's clouded in secrecy: RIDER SIZE 160-170CM 170-180CM 180-190CM 190-CM FRAME SIZE S M L XL 1. HEAD ANGLE SLACK 2. REACH PLENTY 3. TOP TUBE UPRIGHT PEDALING 4. BB HEIGHT NOT TOO LOW, NOT TOO HIGH 5. SEAT TUBE ANGLE STEEP 6...ridemonkey.bikemag.com
Choose 130mm forks for the perfect all rounder, or up the ante to 140mm for a slacker, faster ride. Radical Longshot geometry is tweaked and tuned with two more years of development and feedback, with seat angle over 2 degrees steeper and adjusted reach and sizing steps to suit
Bicycle Centre in Geelong is a Norco dealer. I've always found them pretty good to deal with.If spitty had gone up even 5mm, not down 5mm, I’d be all over one like Haakon on a single origin, fair trade civet piccolo.
The Sight A1 still giving me them feels...just can’t get one locally through someone I’d give my cash to
Cheers. There’s a couple of good Vic places that could get one, but I’d rather local if possible. I also require the 2yr payment plan, as the bike kitty is barely able to cover a deposit.Bicycle Centre in Geelong is a Norco dealer. I've always found them pretty good to deal with.
Will likely be the same price second hand. Maybe even more depending on how many times it has been shipped or how far it's been driven to the trails. Fuel ain't cheap!Cheers. There’s a couple of good Vic places that could get one, but I’d rather local if possible. I also require the 2yr payment plan, as the bike kitty is barely able to cover a deposit.
In all likelihood, I’ll wait to get one SH. They’ll never be clearing them out cheap with that spec for price. Demand will outstrip supply.
Sorry I created a new thread so I'll repost this over thereReally depends how good your LBS (or the nearest shop stocking what you want) is.
If you have some basic tools and mechanical skills, modern bikes are mostly pretty easy to work on. In the unlikely event it's properly broken upon arrival, you would most likely be able to return it (always check the fine print), but would wear shipping costs to do so.
I believe it was the Rocky Mountain Slayer. Rear triangle failed and put the rider in hospital. It was mentioned in the PB comments on one of Taj’s comics but was deleted pretty quick.The Optic seems as popular over at PB as it is here, looks like Norco nailed it. Still haven't found out which other bike failed but the list is getting shorter.