VooDoo Bokor One 29 29er Hardtail

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $329.00


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Product Description

PerhapsThe most affordable and lightweight 29" wheel frames available! Bokorfeatures sliding dropouts, so its a snapTo ride geared or singlespeed,with no need for a separateTensioner. Adjustable drop outs have built inTensioners Oversized 7005 aluminumTubing SlopingTopTube Uses 29" wheels IS disc brake mount or Linear brakes Recommended forkTravel 4-5" Approximate weight 4.4 lbs Requires 68mm bottom bracket, 27.2mm seatpost, 1 1/8" headset, and 31.8mm front derailleur


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by grantw9066

Date Reviewed: May 29, 2012

Strengths:    Price-best value around. Only $325!! I dare you to find a better deal.
Weight-relatively light weight frame. Can be set up as a light weight xc racer or a competent trail-bike.


Weaknesses:    Tensioners-the brake side dropout kept sliding forward on hard braking no matter how hard I tightened the supplied hardware. I eventually stripped out the threads on the dropout, but I remedied this problem by buying a slightly longer bolt that extended through the dropout. The longer bolt was then secured with a nylon locking nut. I have not had any slippage since the home repair.

Bottom Line:   
Awesome deal. I would definitely recommend this frame for the rider looking for a competent trail-bike or budget xc frame. Good luck finding a better deal than this.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by DentnBented a Cross Country Rider from Austin, TX, USA

Date Reviewed: October 24, 2011

Strengths:    Light. The Voodoo geometry. Many ways to set it up. Light. Efficient. Good stand over clearance. Great price point.

Weaknesses:    I'll post up when I find some. I've got about 80 miles on it so far...

Bottom Line:   
Had a Canzo 29er for the last [4] years and really enjoyed it. I called it my'Recovery Incentivator' as it's cushiness helped me get back out on the trails after a car wreck and [3] years of surgery and recovery sessions. It certainly did it's job & in some ways I'm about as recovered as one might get. However, I'm still not able to make the most of the Canzo's suspension with my riding these days. The lightness and cross country efficiency of the Bokor looked awfully appetizing. It has NOT disappointed. The Bokor's frame geometry allowed for a majority of parts to trade over and the fit feels very similar to that of the Canzo 29er. I dig how the Bokor climbs and it's responsiveness. Those large diameter aluminum tubes do their job. I plan to truly 'wear it in' next weekend with an 85 mile trail/road ride around ATX - The Enchilada Buffet. Somehow, I'm thinking the bike'll come out of it better'n I will.

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Favorite Trail:   There're so many to choose from...

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $350.00

Purchased At:   Peddler Bike Shop

Similar Products Used:   Soma - Juice 29er, Gary Fisher - Mt Tam 29er, Voodoo Canzo 29er [okay, so that's not so 'similar'], but it had me hankering for another Voodoo...

Bike Setup:   Reba Fork with lock out, 2 x 9 shimano xt drive train, Avid BB-7 brakes, Cane Creek Volos 29er wheels [Really wish Cane Creek still made wheels], Tires - WTB Nano 29ers, Saddle - WTB Rocket V.

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Voodoo Bokor One 29 sizing help

I'm 5'10" with a 31" inseam and trying to decide between a 17" or a 18" Bokor One 29 frame. 31" inseam 17" standover - 30.3" 18" standover - 30.95" Just looking at standover height, the math would suggest 17" to ensure clearance to important parts. Voodoo offers a 15, 17, 18, 19, & 20" fram ... Read More »

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