Factory direct freeride! The Weyless 67 is an affordable and North Shore-tested freeride machine with 6” to 7” of adjustable rear travel, Easton RAD aluminum tubing, a RockShox Pro Delux rear shock with adjustable compression and rebound damping, and freeride-optimized geometry for high speed stability! Triple chainring compatible.
Submitted by Danny - 1/8/2008 6:31:49 AM
Great freeride or all mountain bike! Feels nimble and light compared to other freerides I've owned. Good suspension, good frame good components, good price.
Front shock doesn't have air assist.
I have really enjoyed this bike. I have taken it off many burly drop-offs and even jumped it quite a bit (I used to race BMX) and have had no issues with the frame or rims. I love the SRAM shifters and short wheel base.
Yes I would recommend it to a friend
Submitted by Huckmaster67 - 5/30/2006 8:23:54 PM
the short wheelbase on this bike really makes it easy to throw around the trail. The bike can be set up with 6" travel instead of seven making it more of a trail bike, specially when swapped with lighter components.
head tube angle seems a little bit too steep for a freeride bike. The short wheelbase makes the bike want to flip over forward at steep high speed downhills.
Overall the bike is excellent for freeriding and some downhill. As long as you have a good downhill fork and tune it according to the trail, the headtube angle shouldn't be that big of a problem. I've ridden this bike numerous times at bootleg canyon (Nevada). This bike did really well on the downhill trails. Bootleg is super technical and the bikes headtube angle really proved to be an advantage in this case (more control). The bike also handled the drops without any problems. I don't know what everyone's complaining about . If your thinking of getting this bike, go for it! Its a great bike to start off with if your getting into big drops. Just don't expect the rear end of this bike to hold up if your thinking of doing drops higher than 12 feet. Especially huge drops w/ flat landings. You might get away with it if the landing has a steep angle, but the only downside is even if you have a steep landing the bike's short wheelbase will tend to want to flip you over. You really need to put your weight in the rear on the landing.