Lynskey Performance Designs Pro 650 FS-140 27.5 Full Suspension

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MSRP : $7346.00

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Product Description

The 650b (27.5 inch) wheel platform has quickly gained a cult following because of its optimal balance between a 26" wheel’s surgical trail carving and a 29er's fast rolling, smooth momentum and the Lynskey Pro650 FS-140 is the perfect example of the 650's benefits. It's a pedal stomping, singletrack slaloming, root and rut rolling, bigger hit absorbing and "long day away from the office” wonder. The massive Helix down tube, suspension pivot and horizontally ovalized seatstays create rock solid response. Shimano XT’s drivetrain, shifters and brakes deliver tried and true performance and durability and the highly regarded Stan’s NoTubes ZTR Arch wheels virtually eliminate pinch flats.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Ronin

Date Reviewed: May 28, 2014

Strengths:    Great American build quality, efficient climbing machine, extremely well build, really good feedback.

Weaknesses:    None right now.

Bottom Line:   
Ordered the Pro 650 FS-140 full XX1 build with XX brakes in Apr and it arrived a month later. This is a really fast bike, both in the ascend and descend. I love climbing and this build is so easy and efficient in this area even with the 1x11 system (had 32T in front and I didn't lose much gear ratio, was driving a 2x10 system). In the descend, 140mm of travel does it for me. The geometry is well balanced.

To top it off, you get the famed customer service at Lynskey, whom will answer all your queries. Thanks to Don and Michael for making this happen for me. Highly recommend this build-in-USA bike company!

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