Iron Horse Sachem 6.0 All Mountain Full Suspension

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 35.7 lbs

Product Description

  • Rear Shock: Fox Vanilla R 7.875"X"2.25"
  • Handlebar: Syncros gain 6061 OS
  • Stem: Syncros Race DH
  • BB: FSA ISIS, 73X118MM
  • Crank: Race Face Ride XC, 170MM

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by ajross23 a Weekend Warrior from Denver, CO, USA

Date Reviewed: December 26, 2008

Strengths:    Travel, Front fork, Front axle, brakes, bashguard, climbing ability.

Weaknesses:    Grips, weight, pedals, and seatpost

Bottom Line:   
The bike climbs well for as heavy as it is. I can keep up with most XC riders on the way up but I blast by on the way down. Bike takes care of business at keystone and winter park on the blues, blacks, and double black diamond trails. Handles the 5 to 7 foot drops with ease but not enough travel for the larger drops.

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Favorite Trail:   Lair of the Bear/Cowboy UP

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $1400.00

Purchased At:   RSCYCLES

Similar Products Used:   Giant, Diamond Back, Mongoose

Bike Setup:   Zochi MZ1 (150MM), Fox Vanilla R (750lbs coil), WTB rims, 2.35 intense tires, ODI lock on grips, Avid juice 3 with 183mm discs, XT and Deore derailers, Deore Rapid fires, synchros DH stem and bars, Race Face with bashguard, FSA bottom bracket, Drive Platforms pedals, Ritchey Seatpost, WTB Pure V saddle

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Alejandro Q a Downhiller from San Jose, Costa Rica

Date Reviewed: August 13, 2008

Strengths:    strong frame, good geometry, decent travel (front and rear), good brakes, decent components, great price for the combo.

Weaknesses:    weight, should come with platform clipless pedals, should come with a stronger rear wheel skewer or with axle system as it has on the front.

Bottom Line:   
It is a great All-Mountain bike that can take a beating in more aggressive scenarios, such as light downhill and freeride, which is the kind of trails and places I ride in the most. The only parts I've replaced are the pedals (normal platform to clipless platform) and the saddle (I smashed it on a hard fall). It has resisted more than I thought it could; consider the fact that I've been riding with only DH'ers and FR'ers for the last few months. Before that I was more into the XC/AM side, and it could climb quite well. So, considering the fact that it has performed for me on both the XC and the DH/FR sides of MTBing, you could say it is a great Agressive AM bike.

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Favorite Trail:   Monte de la Cruz

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $1100.00

Purchased At:

Bike Setup:   Marzocchi Z1 Sport 150mm (fork), Fox Vanilla R (shox), XT (rear derailleur), DeOre (front derailleur), Syncros DH handle bar & stem, WTB FR rims, DH Intense 2.35 tires, Shimano DX clipless pedals, RaceFace center w/bashguard, FSA bottom bracket, Avid Juicy 3 disk brakes with 183mm rotors.

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