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    What is this?



    Does anyone know what that is?

    I am looking for a frame like that- simple, light, and usable with an air shock. It is going to be used mainly for smooth flowy dh. It will be my travel bike-I plan on going to California, Highland Park, or any singletrack in the west/Canada. Any ideas?

    I am also light 135-140 so cracking frames should be relatively rare...

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    It's a Devinci Wilson.

    A damn nice one at that.

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    Devinci Wilson like it says on the frame?

    http://www.devinci.com/11027_an.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juklano
    I am looking for a frame like that- simple, light, and usable with an air shock. It is going to be used mainly for smooth flowy dh. It will be my travel bike-I plan on going to California, Highland Park, or any singletrack in the west/Canada. Any ideas?

    I am also light 135-140 so cracking frames should be relatively rare...


    Any ideas for other frames similar to that one?

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    Damn that is nice! Looks light!
    "We can always find excuses if we want to find them, but if we really want to do something, we have to just go."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juklano
    Any ideas for other frames similar to that one?
    Depends on your price range.
    Here is a niice one if you can afford it:

    Intense Socom Fro

    $2760 for the frame
    or
    $4545 for a decent build:
    here

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    That's a purty bike...

    You might want to look into http://transitionbikes.com
    They've got some nice offerings and offer rear shock options as well.

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    Nicest Wilson I've ever seen... Looks like the owner's afraid of a little rain.
    Quote Originally Posted by kidwoo
    The internet sounds like a tough place to ride.

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    Looks flexy.

    That frame and shock is only 8.8lbs!!!!!!!! I heard it flexes like a mother though.

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    What do you mean by flex? BB flex when sprinting?

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    I believe it's a bicycle.

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    Rode on one built just like that, except different wheels.

    I thoroughly put it through the paces and it showed no signs of flex. About as stiff as my old demo!

    I kinda want one now for kicks, but can't justify another $6k...
    Proud to represent Mojo Wheels.

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    That right there is a b!tch!n bike........

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