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  1. #1
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    Apr 2006

    Devinci ollie 2005 frame

    I hope to buy this frame .. and i wont to mount it with a fork as the Marzocchi 66 light eta 170mm..
    I never ride on a Devinci .. and i wont to now if is easy to climb with it.. and if is possible make a light setting on this frame ... to ride up hill and down hill.... as a trail-freeride bike
    The rear shock is a Manitou Swinger 4 way.

    Freeride club Italy

  2. #2
    Powder King lift jockey.
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    Nov 2005
    2 weeks without a single reply eh...Well I will.

    The Ollie is not really regarded as a great all mountain bike , it does pedal well though for a bike of its stature, fairly light for a freeride bike I suppose and should work out good for you with the 66eta. Keep in mind though, wheelset and tire choice is gonna be a very key aspect of the build if you want this bike to be nimble and a good climber.

    The Ollie has an amzing feel to it, like nothing else on the market right now. Of all the bikes on the market, the Ollie (8flat8) are amazing freeride rig's and IMO stand out above so many other's.

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