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    devinci dixon

    does anyone have one or test it?

    I?m really interested in buying one, but I have no feedback from some one that as allready ride it.

    Thanks

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    Just got one

    I just got one but have only had a short (20min) ride, so I can't say much yet. I was impressed by how well it climbed, and it seemed to feel good. Now, full disclosure: I am coming from a completely rigid bike, and have not been biking for a number of years, so I have no experience with full suspension.

    I also had trouble finding any reviews or anything, but the best I have found is this one:
    http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/catego...bike-11-40503/

    Hope it helps!

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    Thanks a lot

    I'm buying a dixon to replace my morewood mbuzi, that is a real great bike, but not the best climber in the world, but I steal want a bike that descends really well, because I'm doing mega avalanche this year...so I need a bike with good suspension and decent angles...

    yeah I've read the review in bike radar, but says nothing special, and they say that the one test was a production model, and they say that there was thing they wold change in the prodution bike.

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    Found another review, buts its in Italian, so you need to translate it...

    http://www.tri-ride.net/tests/tests-...n-2011-tested/

    As for me, I took mine for a ride, and I like it. As I said before, it seems to climb well, although I will lower my stem a bit, as the front end was lifting at times. I also have it set on the LO setting, so I am going to try the HI and see how much that changes things.

    EDIT: I can't tell exactly what this Tri-Ride site is, so not sure how trustworthy their review is...
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    I'm in the midst of building mine up. Will be done by Monday, I'll try to post some pictures and initial feedback by next week.

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    Tinier with what parts are you building yours?

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    Sorry for the delay, but I had parts being held up in the mail and I only managed to get everything installed today. The bike rides great around the park, but i'll only know how well it works in the trails tomorrow. Some of the parts are transferred from my previous bike, a 5spot, but most parts ended up being new despite me wanting a budget build..oh well, it's all for the better.

    Frame: Dixon RC Medium size (18inch I think)
    Fork: 2010 Rockshox Revelation team 150mm dual air tapered steerer.
    Shock : RP23 with boost valve (came with the bike..probably will ditch it soon once I get my hands on an Xfusion shock)
    Headset: FSA (Came with the frame)
    Stem : Point One Racing 70mm.
    Handlebar : Syntace Vector Carbon 680mm 12degree sweep (love this bar!!)
    Grips: ESI chunky grip
    Shifters : M970 XTR rear, mated to the M988 brakes via the I-spec mount.
    Brakes : M988 XTR trail brake levers maded to M775 XT brake calipers, goodridge hoses. (XT calipers from previous bike, but the XT levers were abit corroded so I swapped them).
    Brake Rotors : BRAKING, 180mm fr/ 160mm rr.
    Rear Derailleur : Saint M810 Midcage
    Front chainguide : Ethirteen XCX-ST.
    Crankset : XTR 970 cranks, Ethirteen single ring 32t, BrandX chainring bolts, XT BB.
    Pedals: Syncros AM clipless pedals (These are ridiculously lightweight, 310grams a pair)
    Saddle: Kore T-beam
    Seatpost : SDG aluminum I-beam
    Seatpost clamp : QR, came with the bike (waiting for CRC to have stock of the white gusset clamp)
    Wheelset: Hope Pro2, DT comp straight gauge spokes, brass nipples, Stans Flow rims, ducttape for rim tape, CST tubes and Intense 2.25CC tires.
    Chainstay protector : cSixx chainstay protector. It's really nice and thick, and after abit of trimming looks like it came stock for the bike!

    Whole thing weighs a hair under 28lb without the mudguard which I'm going to mount on. I'm a happy man. =)
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    @Tinier, do you mind me asking how tall you are? I may be picking up a Dixon Frameset, but will be unable to ride it before I get it. I normally ride mediums, but it seems the Dixon may be a little big by the geometry. I'm 5'8", with a ~29" inseam. My biggest concern is that I have enough seatpost showing for a dropper post.
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    I'm roughly 5'8" (178cm tall) and my inseam should be about the same as yours. I have about 23cm of seatpost exposed to where the saddle rails are. Below is a picture of my friend's medium Dixon RC, he's about 5'10" and he has a KS adjustable seatpost with 100mm travel on it. He has a 36float RLC on his bike.
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    I forgot to add, the Dixon has braze-ons for the adjustable seatpost under the top tube.

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    does bikes look great! I'm think in putting my marzocchi 55 rc3 ti on my dixon hope it's not to mutch...

    and I have the same problem as rogue22 I'm going to put a KS (125mm) hope it works to!

    and how do you manage to get RC frame? for what I know the only version sell as frame only is the SL

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    Erm I'm not sure. My friend is a distributor and he managed to get 4 frames over to Singapore..3 RC and one SL. He just got his SL built up today too, will be riding it tomorrow!

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    Thanks!!
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    only one question Tinier, that as nothing to do with be bike frame, your friends as the syncros ds 28 rims, does he use it as tubless? because I have one's to I what to use them as tubless but I don't know if it's possible.

    thanks

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    this is mine!


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    Anyone have any impressions on this bike? Extremely interested.

    Lookign to replace my older BMC trailfox. Would like one something a bit more versatile than the BMC, more of a 'do it all' type bike.

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    I've ride mine 3 or 4 times and I think it's a great bike in terms of geometry, descends really well and it's not a bad climber at all, specially if you have a 140/150 mm suspention...mine as the zochi 55 so it's a diferent history.

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    Anyone know the Dexters chainline and seatpost size? The website says 31.8 but nobody seems to make that size and I need the chainline to correctly setup my Race Face Atlas AM with blackspire stinger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlet View Post
    Anyone know the Dexters chainline and seatpost size? The website says 31.8 but nobody seems to make that size and I need the chainline to correctly setup my Race Face Atlas AM with blackspire stinger.
    Seatpost is 31.6mm and the chainline is 50mm.

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    Cheers. Built.

    Only one short blast so far but initial impression is light, agile, stunning attention to detail on frame, very high build quality, bottomless travel and very aggressive. Build weight is 31lbs with gravity dropper, DH Bars and front tyre and a generally very tough build. Should be an immense ride for the mountains of Scotland.

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    Anybody know of a dual ring chain device that fits the Dixon with a Raceface Atlas AM crank? Tried the stinger but it catches the inner bolts of the granny ring.

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    Tried one this weekend... I was curious to try an AM bike and I didn't really like it much. I didn't like how it climbed and was not a fan of the Nevegal's either (maxxis fan here). But it was pretty good in descents, felt in control. It was ok, but it's not something I would buy personally.

    Then right after I tried a Rocky Mountain Altitude 70 and got blown away and wanted to bring one home.

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    Ha ha that one made me laugh, but seriously, (you are being serious?) do you work for Rocky Mountain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlet View Post
    Ha ha that one made me laugh, but seriously, (you are being serious?) do you work for Rocky Mountain?
    Why you say that? I'm not working for them at all. I just enjoyed the hell of a ride.

    Anyway it was demo day setups. The Rocky Mountain one was much better. Bikes were more solid & they had my size. I'm not saying I didn't like the Devinci, I didn't like All-mountain bike.
    I'm a XC rider, and when I fell on the Rocky Mountain Altitude 70 which is a XC bike with a AM flavour, it became an instant favorite. Riding experience was much better on the RM.
    Still, I could only test Kona, Devinci and Rocky mountain so far (there were Giant's). I would like to be able to test out Cannondale & Specialized too but they are too cool for demo days. :P
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    Here's mine:

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/diggingtrail/6000030563/" title="IMG_2331 by diggingtrail, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6134/6000030563_3e687d679f_z.jpg" width="640" height="427" alt="IMG_2331"></a>

    Tires have been swapped out, since this photo was taken, to the new Conti Rubber Queen 2.2 UST w/ black chili, and the current weight comes in just under 31.5lbs. I built this bike up be able to handle some hard riding. Full parts list and review to come but I have enough time on the bike to say with confidence that I do not regret the purchase at all. The bike as setup rides great, both up and down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanny View Post
    Why you say that? I'm not working for them at all. I just enjoyed the hell of a ride.

    Anyway it was demo day setups. The Rocky Mountain one was much better. Bikes were more solid & they had my size. I'm not saying I didn't like the Devinci, I didn't like All-mountain bike.
    I'm a XC rider, and when I fell on the Rocky Mountain Altitude 70 which is a XC bike with a AM flavour, it became an instant favorite. Riding experience was much better on the RM.
    Still, I could only test Kona, Devinci and Rocky mountain so far (there were Giant's). I would like to be able to test out Cannondale & Specialized too but they are too cool for demo days. :P
    No offence old chap! Just that you came onto a thred for the Dixon and advertised a Rocky Mountain bike instead!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlet View Post
    No offence old chap! Just that you came onto a thred for the Dixon and advertised a Rocky Mountain bike instead!!
    Ok my bad I was a bit edgy yesterday. Anyway Devinci's are made where I live... Unfortunately for them, they chose the worst LBS ever and to top it off, they are very overpriced. You would expect good prices as the factory is just 10 kms away from my house.

    No advertisement was intended. Was just sharing my experience as OP wanted opinions. The dixon was quite quality. However, XC riders should look elsewhere...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanny View Post
    Ok my bad I was a bit edgy yesterday. Anyway Devinci's are made where I live... Unfortunately for them, they chose the worst LBS ever and to top it off, they are very overpriced. You would expect good prices as the factory is just 10 kms away from my house.

    No advertisement was intended. Was just sharing my experience as OP wanted opinions. The dixon was quite quality. However, XC riders should look elsewhere...
    No worries. I really love the Canadian made stuff as it just seems to last ages here in the wet muddy and rocky terrain of Scotland. For me the Dixon ticks every box of exactly the kind of bike I need to ride all day in the mountains or throw it down the local downhill course on an evening, and anything inbetween!

    Still the Rocky Mountains are sweet too.....and Canadian!!!

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    scarlet I've a truvativ "something", but I'm going to put a stinger hope can make it work, because the truvativ weights tones

    pspwesty why have you changed the rear shox??? and that's a fox 180mm??

    I've done mega avalanche on mine, and something that I can't say is that my bad result was caused by the bike...
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    Quote Originally Posted by xsalirx View Post
    scarlet I've a truvativ "something", but I'm going to put a stinger hope can make it work, because the truvativ weights tones
    Let me know how you get on as the Race Face Atlas cranks don't seem to work with any dual/bash setup without catching the inner bolts.

    Maybe try latest E13 or Gamut stuff?

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    Anyone know which way up the geometry chip goes for the slackest setting? Can't seem to find it on the Devinci site it just says hi or low but high setting on my other bike is slackest???

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlet View Post
    Anyone know which way up the geometry chip goes for the slackest setting? Can't seem to find it on the Devinci site it just says hi or low but high setting on my other bike is slackest???
    Look at my pic above. That's how it came from the factory. My bike measured out to a 66 degree head angle, which with my Fox 36 at 160mm, is spot on for the slack setting. Looking at the chip, the way I see it looks like if you flip it around it would push the seat stays down and back relative to the shock linkage. This would steepen the head angle and raise the bottom bracket.
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    does anywhone know if it's possible to replace thestandard rear axle that isn't tool-free for a RS maxle or a for the DT swiss?

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    Sorry, I have been lurking in the other sections of the forum, didn't see the question from xsalirx.

    Yes, my friend has been running it tubeless with Stans conversion. So far so good. Ironically, all my wheelsets are running on Stan Flows (even my 29er), but they are all running tubes. I just use the Flows because it's the lightest rim for its width at a decent strength.

    xsalirx, I tried the RS 142mm Maxle on the Devinci. IT DOES NOT WORK. IT IS TOO SHORT! I'm not sure if the 150mm version would work, but based on the the pdf file dimensions from rockshox, I doubt it'll work either. That being said, I've tried taking a maxle from the Trek Remedy which my friend owns and it works perfectly. I do not know which version of the maxle is the Trek Remedy's though, perhaps someone can find out? I also discovered that there are 2 versions of screw on axles from Devinci. My friend got his through Competitive Cyclist and it has a mushroom head axle, where you can only open it with a 8mm allen key. Mine has a hex shaped axle, where I can also use a pedal wrench to open the axle. Leynze makes a really nice flat pedal wrench/tire lever/bottle opener thingy in chrome steel.

    Lastly, pspwesty..How is the monarch plus working on the Dixon? I'm waiting for the white Monarch Plus to be launched..going to match it with my white Revelation fork.

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    Here is my Dixon. I've owned a ton of bikes in the 6" range and the Dixon is the best all-around in my opinion. It's reasonably light, reasonably burly, and the suspension works amazingly well. It accelerates great, is plenty supple over small stuff, ramps up nicely on big hits, and is composed no matter how rough the trail. Other pluses include large pivot bearings that are all the same size, no pivot hardware threads into the frame, 12mm rear axle, great cable routing, best tapered head tube option (ZS44/ZS56), and has decent tire clearance. I wouldn't mind if the TT/WB was a little longer or if the BB was just a fraction lower, but overall the geometry is dialed. And a couple of nice tweaks are coming on the 2012 models.

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    I've had a Dixon since May. I crashed last week and bent the seat stay round a rock :-(

    I can't link to the pics on here though as I haven't posted up enough times yet. Now waiting to hear back from the shop about crash replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogboy View Post
    Here is my Dixon. I've owned a ton of bikes in the 6" range and the Dixon is the best all-around in my opinion. It's reasonably light, reasonably burly, and the suspension works amazingly well. It accelerates great, is plenty supple over small stuff, ramps up nicely on big hits, and is composed no matter how rough the trail. Other pluses include large pivot bearings that are all the same size, no pivot hardware threads into the frame, 12mm rear axle, great cable routing, best tapered head tube option (ZS44/ZS56), and has decent tire clearance. I wouldn't mind if the TT/WB was a little longer or if the BB was just a fraction lower, but overall the geometry is dialed. And a couple of nice tweaks are coming on the 2012 models.

    What are the tweaks for 2012? Great looking bike, seriously looking at a Dixon frame for the Sedona season.

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    How would a dixon fit someone who is 6'4" with a 34" inseam. I'm lucky enough to have a Devinci dealer less than 45min away with lots of bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elrancho66 View Post
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    What are the tweaks for 2012? Great looking bike, seriously looking at a Dixon frame for the Sedona season.
    Thanks. They are making the rear brake mount a post-mount and adding removeable (like the Wilson) ISCG tabs. It'll mostly just make it easier to run whatever chainguide you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pspwesty View Post
    Here's mine:

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    Tires have been swapped out, since this photo was taken, to the new Conti Rubber Queen 2.2 UST w/ black chili, and the current weight comes in just under 31.5lbs. I built this bike up be able to handle some hard riding. Full parts list and review to come but I have enough time on the bike to say with confidence that I do not regret the purchase at all. The bike as setup rides great, both up and down.

    Your following post said Fox 160, but those lowers sure look like a 36/ 180! Wassupwitdat?
    Will ride singletrack for food...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletboy View Post
    Your following post said Fox 160, but those lowers sure look like a 36/ 180! Wassupwitdat?
    The fork is a 36RC2 that I've lowered to 160.

    Also Tinier, sorry I never replied about the Monarch. It's a great shock on this bike. Better than the Fox shocks I've ridden. I was off the bike for 2 months completely due to a hard crash, and have just started back riding randomly again not long ago. I wanted to get some more rides in again before I commented further on the ride of the bike and components.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pspwesty View Post
    The fork is a 36RC2 that I've lowered to 160.

    Also Tinier, sorry I never replied about the Monarch. It's a great shock on this bike. Better than the Fox shocks I've ridden. I was off the bike for 2 months completely due to a hard crash, and have just started back riding randomly again not long ago. I wanted to get some more rides in again before I commented further on the ride of the bike and components.
    Ah... so that gives it the crown to axle measurement of a 150? (It looks lower in the front than any other 160mm fork I've seen on these bikes.
    Will ride singletrack for food...

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    does anyone know what the frame and shock weighs? Also, what's the max rear tire width?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletboy View Post
    Ah... so that gives it the crown to axle measurement of a 150? (It looks lower in the front than any other 160mm fork I've seen on these bikes.
    Nope, a2c is 545mm. The 180 is 565mm and the 20mm travel spacer it drops it down to 545. The Fox 32 150 that Devinci uses to get their angles is 521mm. So at aprox. 1degree head angle change for every 20mm, my measured 66deg HA is spot on.

    I'm soon going to throw in another 10mm spacer to try the fork out at 150mm. I'd switch the chips around to change the HA but I want to lower the BB not raise it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slimat99 View Post
    does anyone know what the frame and shock weighs? Also, what's the max rear tire width?
    Med. frame w/ Monarch Plus shock, included seat collar, headset and rear axel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pspwesty View Post
    Med. frame w/ Monarch Plus shock, included seat collar, headset and rear axel.

    Cool thanks. Do you know what max tire capacity is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimat99 View Post
    Cool thanks. Do you know what max tire capacity is?
    No. But I'd guess a 2.5 will fit. Just a guess though.
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    So, are there any shops in PA that sell these?

    I'd love to take a look at one before I drop the coin... riding would be even better.
    Will ride singletrack for food...

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    anyone own a nomad2 before their dixon? Opinions?

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