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    Quality of Weyless

    Hey guys I am new to this forum and I am planning on getting a Weyless XP w/ 5th element air from supergo.com. Does anybody know if Weyless has a website? I looked and didnt find anything. Also what do guys think about Weyless's quality?



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    from what ive heard the weyless is a great frame, and its a great deal, inluded with a 5th element rear shock, good luck, im sorry i cant help to much
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    easton aluminum....people really like those bikes...you will be fine
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    Quote Originally Posted by shredder111
    Hey guys I am new to this forum and I am planning on getting a Weyless XP w/ 5th element air from supergo.com. Does anybody know if Weyless has a website? I looked and didnt find anything. Also what do guys think about Weyless's quality?



    Thanks, Shredder111
    they're fine. i've got a 67 frame that is great. mine built up very nicely ( i bought the frame only) everything installed beautifully, everything was nice and straight with it. the xp is a great heckler clone.

    it's the house brand of supergo, so they don't have a website of their own.

    easton RAD tubing. made in the same factory as a ton of other frames. large bearing pivot, good pivot placement. is it as good as a "real" heckler? maybe not, but for the price difference, the actual build/ride difference is pretty minimal. i'm fairly certain the XP uses a standard enough shock i2i and stroke, so you're good to go if you wanted to use a different shock, too.
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    I also own a Weyless 67. Its a great bike, super stiff, finish is good, I haven't broken it yet, and I ride it hard. (Raced it once, Northstar Fun, Round Town). It was the freakin deal of the century, and I enjoy every bit of it. Im currently in the process of deciding what fork I want to get for it.

    Weyless is a great brand. Go for the XP with 5th air, its proabobly a good deal, and a good frame. (On the agreement that you aren't hucking 30 ft. cliffs)
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    My bro in law loves his XP. He doesn't go huge, but it's seen it's fair share of abuse. So far so good.
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