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    ... and if we just ... Ventana X 6 In Italy

    This Is My New X6, What About The Bike?? Very Very Confident!!
    It's The Best Bike For Aggressive Trail Biking/free Ride
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabri3ride
    This Is My New X6, What About The Bike?? Very Very Confident!!
    It's The Best Bike For Aggressive Trail Biking/free Ride
    Holy Sokes that thing is bad ass!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabri3ride
    This Is My New X6, What About The Bike?? Very Very Confident!!
    It's The Best Bike For Aggressive Trail Biking/free Ride
    So, is that the entire Bruja rear end or do they just borrow the rockers from the Bruja?
    The glass is twice as large as it needs to be

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    Idea!

    Quote Originally Posted by andy f
    So, is that the entire Bruja rear end or do they just borrow the rockers from the Bruja?
    IT'S NOT THE LA BRUJA REAR (HEAVY DUTY) END, I HAVE CHOOSE THE 6" OPTION WITH QUAD BEARING KIT

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabri3ride
    This Is My New X6, What About The Bike?? Very Very Confident!!
    It's The Best Bike For Aggressive Trail Biking/free Ride
    Great-looking bike. Color coordinated too.

    Are those Minis 180/160? How do you like them?

    I'm thinking 180/180 for my trailbike right now, but 180/160 seems to be the popular setup. I would go with the M4s but then I'd have to go with a 200mm front rotor for my Manitou, which would be overkill for XC.

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    Have you weighed the bike yet? I sure am interested on your opinions about the ride and handling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ride red
    Have you weighed the bike yet? I sure am interested on your opinions about the ride and handling.
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    This weighs 35lb,the ride is superb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fonseca
    Great-looking bike. Color coordinated too.

    Are those Minis 180/160? How do you like them?

    I'm thinking 180/180 for my trailbike right now, but 180/160 seems to be the popular setup. I would go with the M4s but then I'd have to go with a 200mm front rotor for my Manitou, which would be overkill for XC.

    YES THEY ARE HOPE MONO MINI 180/160, I HAVE USED THE OLD MINI IN THE SAME SIZE ON MY ROCKY MOUNTAIN SWITCH, AND THEY ARE VERY GOOD BRAKE -NO ASSISTANCE NEEDED- , ONLY AFTER 4 RIDE ON 3 KM DOWN HILL SLOPE THE REAR WAS VERY HEAVY/FIRM AND AT THE END IT DON'T BRAKE. I HAVE ALSO THE M4 ON MY DH BIKE AND THEY ARE GREAT IN 200/185 FOR DOWN HILL AND HARD FREE RIDE

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    Quote Originally Posted by ride red
    Have you weighed the bike yet? I sure am interested on your opinions about the ride and handling.
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    I WILL WEIGHT THE BIKE NEXT DAYS, BUT IT FEEL VERY LIGHT FOR 6" BIKE MUCH MORE MY ROCKY MOUNTAIN SWITCH. I HAVE HAD A LOT OF BIKE: ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELEMENT. GT XCR 1000(CARBON FIBER), ROCKY MOUNTAIN RM7 AND SWITCH, YETI ASR... BUT THE VENTANA X6 IS THE BEST TO PEDAL AND FREE RIDE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ride red
    Have you weighed the bike yet? I sure am interested on your opinions about the ride and handling.
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    BIKE WEIGHT 14,50 KG = 31,80 LBS (I THINK)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabri3ride
    BIKE WEIGHT 14,50 KG = 31,80 LBS (I THINK)
    I think that's a great weight for a 6" travel bike. I'm jealous.

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    Custom color?

    Thought it was cosmic orange at first but looks like something between that and the red. Anyway ,it looks good,
    Later, Doug

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    Very good looking bike! Ventanas are always fun to look at. I'd love to give an X-6 a ride, to see what Sherwood has been up to these past few years!
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    With people liking mongoose and trek bikes now, what's next in this crazy world? People disliking the bottlerocket?!

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