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    Shop folks! How many 650b bikes have you sold so far (2013 crop?)

    I know it's a bit early, but I am curious for some real feedback on sell through for your bikes in stock, and how the public is reacting to them.
    Anyone have some live observations?
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    Sold just one so far. A prototype Turner Burner - special order for the customer. He hasn't been back to tell us what he thinks (also most of our trails are under snow).
    We have a Burner in our demo fleet as well. Just got built yesterday, and I'm about to take it for a spin on one of our few dry trails.

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    My local intense dealer told me he's been selling 2-3 tracer 275's a week.

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    Shop folks! How many 650b bikes have you sold so far (2013 crop?)

    Quote Originally Posted by mtndude23 View Post
    My local intense dealer told me he's been selling 2-3 tracer 275's a week.
    Holy crap. What city? In know nothing about retail bike sales, but that sounds amazing!


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    I know that a LBS in my town has sold at least 5 Scott Genius's so far. And the season hasn't even started in most areas. I don't want to sound biased but I get a "feeling" each time I talk with local shop owners who don't stock 27's...yet. I think they get the same vibe. Especially when we hook up on the trail! I love my Scott and have really dialed it in with about 150 miles or so. Good times on this end

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    To be perfectly honest: none. By comparison, we've sold two high-end BMC 29'ers and a Pugsley as well. But it's early in the season, I've got my Dragon to show to customers, and there's a long summer ahead of us to get the word out.
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    Shop folks! How many 650b bikes have you sold so far (2013 crop?)

    Quote Originally Posted by pedalmunky View Post
    To be perfectly honest: none. By comparison, we've sold two high-end BMC 29'ers and a Pugsley as well. But it's early in the season, I've got my Dragon to show to customers, and there's a long summer ahead of us to get the word out.
    The Pugsly doesn't count since its a snow bike. Methinks 27.5" will beat out Pugsly's when spring is in full force, and as you say, summer comes


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