Brodie Cyclone All Mountain Full Suspension

4/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 34.9 lbs

Product Description

  • Shock[Travel]: Manitou Radium R Air[130mm]
  • Fork: RS Judy 4, 80-125mm
  • Crank: Truvativ FireX
  • Pedal: Shimano PD-M424 SPD
  • Cassette: Shimano Deore 11-32T
  • Rim: Sun Rim Hillrod 32H
  • Tires: WTB Mutano Raptor 2.4
  • Shifter: Shimano Deore M510
  • Saddle: WTB Pure-V Sport
  • Seat Post: MJ Alloy 2-bolt

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Don a Downhiller from Georgia USA

Date Reviewed: December 4, 2006

Strengths:    Strong build, great geometry. I hit 10 to 15 foot gaps and 3 to 6 ft drops with no problems and climb back to the top to do it again.

Weaknesses:    oem spec parts

Bottom Line:   
Good bike, mine is an '06. I can see how this bike turned into the dissedent for 07, the thing loves to fly. This thing rides uphill as good as downhill.

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Favorite Trail:   Ridgeway DH

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Similar Products Used:   Kona stinky, GT i-drive Ruckus

Bike Setup:   Avid Juicy 7's, Azonic Outlaws, Pike SL, Truvativ bars stem & crank, SRAM x9 shifting and Drlrs

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5-10 cyclone shoe ?

Any one use this shoe without a platform around the pedal like a shimano 520-540. Just wondering if the shoe is stiff enough to use with a non platform spd pedal also do they keep your feet warm in the winter, I have the 5-10 impact and they work pretty good in the winter as long as the temps stay a ... Read More »

GT Frame Build-Up - 1991 Cyclone Made in the USA

The story for this build goes back about 6 months when a poor listing showed up on a Wednesday night on eBay. The pictures were taken from a distance and the frame wasn't well described. By the look of the 2x4 fork I realized right away that it had to a Cyclone frame because of the color. It was ... Read More »

Great news, pulling the trigger on a 91' G.T. Cyclone w/ Judy carbon fork

Can't belive it, and the guy I'm buying from is local and a professional mechanic. It gets better, the bike has been garaged and although I haven't seen it yet I expect it to be in fairly good shape. What really blew me away was the price...350.00 frame and fork. Anyway, I'll post pics when I take d ... Read More »

MiNewt.350 x 2 to replace HID Cyclone?

Considering pulling the trigger on a new set of lights. I have a older NiteRider Cyclone HID light that I think is circa 2004. It's failed on me once (on a ride) and the charger seems to work only when it wants to. I usually have to plug it in and then re-plug it in and hope it works. Plus, the old ... Read More »

Cyclone Yasi - shout out to our OZ friends!

Looks like some serious $hit headed your way guys, be safe, and get your shovels ready (assuming there will be some serious trailwork after this thing blows over...). :cool:Read More »

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