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    Speed Fox as a trail bike

    Thinking of picking up a Speed Fox frame from CC to compliment by AM and DH bikes. BMC markets the bike as a marathon bike. Can anyone comment on how strong the frame is? Thinking of building one as a trail/xc/slalom bike but don't want it break.

    Anyone riding theirs hard? How is it holding up?

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    I haven't had mine too long, however I think it might handle a little to fast for slalom purposes. Quality so far is pretty good.
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    I beat on mine pretty hard. No problems, very solid bike.

    My TF02

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    I just broke my 120mm trail fox I would not be to hard on a marathon bike.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...55#post8204155

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    I've had my speedfox 01 for about 2 months now and it's holding up really well and I ride on super rocky trails in West Texas.

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