Light weight and climbs well. Sprints out of turns and is fairly easy to jump and maneuver.
Not a solid freeride bike. They spec'd it to fit into the freeride market, but the frame is not beefy enough. I have broken one head tube. The rear end chatters easily at speed and doesn't track on rough terrain or brake bumps.
More than 2 years
Although the Devinci has evolved with it's new bikes such as the wilson, I am not overly confident with this product.
No I would not recommend it to a friend
Submitted by ThE FoX - 2/10/2004 8:21:23 PM
Very nice weight distribution on skinnies, and very responsive when it is about to be pushed a little to hard through high speed corners. This bike is also a very nice bike in flight !! I have tried many different forks, I most enjoy the jr.t, or super.t. it flies like a kite on a perfect day as a kid
Only one really, although very easily overcome... On the rear shock they used a low grade steel pin, that I had severed numerous times. I talked to my local bike shop, they found a machinist and, boom, I think it's what they call an m10 grade, I don't know,sorry, but I havent broken one since