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    Djangos pigeon holed...

    What type of riding are they made for?
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    You can do any kind of riding you want with one. They are a great platform for XC racing and are robust enough to run the enduro lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorangutan View Post
    You can do any kind of riding you want with one. They are a great platform for XC racing and are robust enough to run the enduro lines.
    Thank you Sir! It appears you are the Devinci go to ambassador in here.👍😎
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMac47 View Post
    Thank you Sir! It appears you are the Devinci go to ambassador in here.👍😎
    I try to pop in here every once in a while! I think Devinci is one of the most overlooked brands of the boutique bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorangutan View Post
    I try to pop in here every once in a while! I think Devinci is one of the most overlooked brands of the boutique bikes.
    As a dealer, you should suggest to them that they open a web store for soft goods sales (in addition to maintenance items). Part of the reason that they’re overlooked is because marketing for the brand is non-existent.

    I very much enjoy my Troy 29. I’d happily buy/wear a devinci jersey/t-shirt/ball cap.

    I don’t know of any bike brand that doesn’t peddle such items.


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    Quote Originally Posted by incubus View Post
    As a dealer, you should suggest to them that they open a web store for soft goods sales (in addition to maintenance items). Part of the reason that they’re overlooked is because marketing for the brand is non-existent.

    I very much enjoy my Troy 29. I’d happily buy/wear a devinci jersey/t-shirt/ball cap.

    I don’t know of any bike brand that doesn’t peddle such items.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorangutan View Post
    What is your shirt size?
    I like the sounds of this... I typically wear a size large


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    Quote Originally Posted by incubus View Post
    I like the sounds of this... I typically wear a size large


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    PM me your name and address...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorangutan View Post
    PM me your name and address...
    Done!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorangutan View Post
    I try to pop in here every once in a while! I think Devinci is one of the most overlooked brands of the boutique bikes.
    Hhhm. I started post I dont see any shirts coming my way....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMac47 View Post
    Hhhm. I started post I dont see any shirts coming my way....
    That is unfortunate...

    PM me your address and shirt size!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorangutan View Post
    That is unfortunate...

    PM me your address and shirt size!
    Just razzn. The Django is treating me well. A little heavy but a diet will come in time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velorangutan View Post
    I try to pop in here every once in a while! I think Devinci is one of the most overlooked brands of the boutique bikes.
    That's actually one of the things that attracted me to the brand. I just don't see a lot of Devinci bikes on the trail or being talked about, and it stands out as being unique. A good friend of mine (and my MTB mentor) works for SRAM and he has nothing but great things to say about Devinci bikes (he runs a Kona Process). Where I'm at everybody and their mother seems to be running a Yeti of some flavor. It was tough just finding a reputable dealer here that stocks the bikes. Very happy with my Devinci.

    Btw, are you still doing Devinci T-shirt hook-ups?

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