I’m three rides in on one super sweet bike. 2010 CoilAir Supreme frame, full Saint Groupo, Chromag OSX bar and stem, Easton Havoc seat post, Mavic Crossmax SX wheelset, 2.5 tubeless Maxxis SuperTack tires, Totem Solo Air fork. At an 20-inch frame size, with beefy SPD pedals, the bike still weighs in at an honest 35-pounds. Not bad for a bike with 7 inches of front travel and up to 8-inches in the back, thanks to G2 Magic Link technology. For the type of riding we do out here in Nelson, BC, with super tech climbs to super burly downs, it’s amazingly svelte ride with all the right geometry to go up efficiently and then go down fast with big confidence. Stay tuned for more trail reports.
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