Tomac Snyper 140 All Mountain Full Suspension

4.83/5 (29 Reviews)
Weight : 3084 grams


Product Description

  • 140mm travel, designed for 140 or 150mm travel fork
  • 6.8lb/3100g frame weight with Fox RP23 shock
  • Tapered head tube (1 1/8th top to 1.5 lower)
  • Fits SRAM, Shimano and FSA front derailleurs
  • Full seat post extension


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jesse

Date Reviewed: August 15, 2014

Strengths:    2009 Tomac Snyper - This is an update to my May 2011 review- since there is nothing recent, I thought that I would post my thoughts. This bike has been a workhorse for me. Over the last 3 years I have made this into a light XC build with light and fast xc tires and wheels and it preformed great. This season I started hang with the freeride crowd and swapped for a Stans heavy duty wheelset and some Hans Dampf super gravity tires. Changed the brakes to XT with big rotors. I tell you what, this bike can hang with the best of them, it is a better bike than I am a rider. I am not a big jumper. but they won't leave me behind on the trail. Now I have a lightweight wheelset with fast tires to swap out for fast xc riding and the heavy duty wheelset for my more agressive riding.

Weaknesses:    Tomac went out of business. This is the last of the great ones from Tomac. No more support. I've been trying not to break anything. and service it regulary. I was getting ready to buy a Vanish, when they went out of business.

Bottom Line:   
If you find one of these used, buy it if its in good condition. I rarely see any for sale, which to me means no one wants to let them go. I know the only way I would get rid of mine is something broke that couldn't be fixed. Love my Tomac.

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Favorite Trail:   Leon Creek Greenway & OP Schnabel park

Duration Product Used:   3 years

Price Paid:    $1600.00

Purchased At:   On Pinkbike used

Similar Products Used:   These are bikes I have owned or have ridden - Turner XC, Banshee Chaparral, Turner 5 spot.

Bike Setup:   Shimano XT brakes front and back, Fox RP23 rear shock, RockShox Revelation 140mm Fork. Stans wheelset. Geax Saguaro tires for XC and Schwalbe Hans Dampf super gravity for heavy trail and freeriding, both sets tubeless. Thomson Elite Dropper post. Raceface wide narrow single ring 30t. Sram XO rear deraileur, Truvativ stem and handlebars.

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by M. Scott a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: October 9, 2012

Strengths:    Climbs like a champ, light and stiff-

Weaknesses:    weak posterior triangle?, refer to review

Bottom Line:   
So this review has two purposes, one is to let everyone who owns this bike know that Tomac has recently gone out of business. How do i know this? I was mountain biking a month ago and after landing a small jump i looked down to notice that my rear triangle was broke right where the chain stays took off. No worries, i thought, I can just call Tomac, strip bike down and send in the rear triangle, and they'll send me a new one. So it was my dismay to learn that the same week this happened, Tomac was in the midst of finding itself out of business. Joel Smith, whom I've seen many reviews refer to, made a valiant but short effort to locate a rear triangle from his remaining distributors, and ended up telling me that i may as well try to weld the rear triangle back, which seems like a pipe dream.
This brings me to the second and self-serving part of the review. I rode this bike for 1.5 seasons and it was awesome, as the reviews here seem to verify. So, seeing that there is a market for anything these days, i thought that there maybe a few riders out there who, hearing that tomac is caput, may want to salvage an intact and well treated Snyper 140 frame size Large color Black in case anything ever happens to their tomac frame- and would offer a fair price so that i can buy another frame. Or, alternatively, maybe someone who has this bike not in use who wants to sell me their rear triangle, again for a fair price. Or, hopefully, a bike store who, reading this, has an extra Snyper 140, size large that they can't sell bc the business is out of business and would offer a fair price for the rear triangle.
I'd entertain any reasonable offer. I can be reached at atavistica@gmail.com

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Duration Product Used:   2 years

Price Paid:    $2000.00

Purchased At:   ebay


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by kikeorsu a Weekend Warrior from Lima, Peru

Date Reviewed: April 7, 2012

Strengths:    Confidence, resistant, strong, maneuverable, climbs very well, light weight.

Weaknesses:    Seatpost Clamp is terrible

Bottom Line:   
This bike inspires confidence, fantastic climber and descender, It is light enough to ride every days. This bike rocks. It's very good for uphills and downhill. The 140mm of rear suspension eats all terrains, Love this bike.

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Favorite Trail:   Chirimoyo-Lomas

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $800.00

Purchased At:   Used Frame

Similar Products Used:   Trek Liquid 2004, Santacruz Heckler 2006

Bike Setup:   Avid Elixir CR (185mm), Front Derailleur: Sram X9, Rear Derailleur: Sram X0, Crank:Truvativ Stylo GXP, Shifters: Sram X9 (3x9), Cassette: Shimano XT 11-34, Seatpost, Handlebar and Steam: Truvativ Stylo, Saddle: WTB Rocket V.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by twowheelsjunkie a Downhiller from Montreal,Quebec,Canada

Date Reviewed: January 8, 2012

Strengths:    Very stable yet agile bike that handle predictably. Bombproof ( at least it looks like it). Did i mention stiff, fun and goes up or down with the greatest of ease. Support ! if you ever encounter an issue with that bike you won't be left in the dark, Tomac support absolutely rocks !

Weaknesses:    The stock der hagner is just too flimsy, broke mine within the first 6 months. I had a couple of problem with the main pivot screw that just kept loosening, but everything was resolved quickly thanks to Joel at Tomac. ISCG mount would have been a great addition on this bike.

Bottom Line:   
An absolute marvel on any terrain, the gnarliest it gets the funnier it become. On the climbs, i never use the propedal, i can feel the power transfer directly to the rear wheel and not in the bending frame or suspension bob. Great pedaling power standing or sitting and the suspension work well in both situations ( providing good pedaling technique of course but that is true for any bike). My set up is just under 30 pounds, definitely not an XC race bike weight, but i don't care and even notice it much it's just so much fun. This bike inspire confidence and definitely made me a better rider. If you are an XC rider and want to go full agro but still have a pedal friendly bike, this is it Buy one !

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Favorite Trail:   planet earth

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $3200.00

Purchased At:   Chain Reaction

Similar Products Used:   GT Karakoram,Tomac special 98

Bike Setup:   Bought the stock Large 2010 Snyper 1 in White . Added reverb remote seatpost, light bashring, 50mm stem

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Tim Richards a Weekend Warrior from NSB, Fl

Date Reviewed: December 11, 2011

Strengths:    At 29 lbs This bike will do anything you ask it too. Climbs and descends like nothing Ive ever ridden, and it handles like a dream up in the air.

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
This bike is built to ride anywhere and take any abuse you can give. The welds and gussets are like a tank, even where the piviot points are may look extreme on the 2010, but it doesnt show it on the scale. As far All Mountain, but still able to kick out record times on the XC trail, this is the bike.

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Favorite Trail:   Ghram Swamp

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Bike Setup:   Chris King hubs and head set, Mavic 819XM rims with DT swiss spokes. Easton Haven carbon bars with the Haven 70 mm stem. Fox 140 vanilla RLC fork, and fox float RP 23 rear shock. SLX brakes and crank set (heavy but durable). Rear cassett, middle chain ring and chain are XT so they dont chew up the splines on the rear hub like the SLX cassett did.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jsalas2 a Cross Country Rider from San Antonio, Texas

Date Reviewed: May 27, 2011

Strengths:    This is the best bike that I have ever ridden. I got this to compliment my Turner XCE. The Turner has 4in of travel and the Snyper has 5.5 in. I have been doing more heavy trail riding and was at the limit of my Turner which is an excellent bike. I thought that I would lose some of the nimbleness, climbing and everything else that an XC bike does well. But let me tell you, was I wrong. This bike can do everything that my Turner can do and more. Where I ride, there is a little bit of every kind of riding. Smooth singletrack,rough singletrack, steep downhills, climbing, jumps, rock gardens from the pebbly stuff to bowling ball size rocks. Where I couldn't go with the Turner, the Snyper could with ease. I rode the parts of the trails where I would usually have to do a hike and bike. There was nothing the Snyper couldn't do. It handled like an XC bike and was fast on the singletrack. It climbed like a billy goat. And once I got the shocks dialed in, there was nothing that could stand in its way. This will be my XC, trail,AM, light downhill do everything bike from now on. I have no question that this will be the only bike that I need for the years to come.

Weaknesses:    I don't see any weaknesses right now, but I've only had it less than a month. I don't forsee anything. It is beautifully built.

Bottom Line:   
I love my Turner XCE and you my ask why I didn't get a Turner 5spot. While that would have been my dream bike, it is way beyond my financial means. But let me tell you, that this bike is in the same league as the 5 spot that I tested and other bikes as said by other reviewers. And is my new dream bike, but a dream that has come true. This is a 2009 small frame with new or almost new components. I have had a hard time finding a small long travel frame that fits me. I have a 27in inseam and the bike just barely fits, but once you are on it. It feels like you are riding in the bike, not on top. You are one with the bike. These are hard to find used, I guess thats the sign of a good bike, people keep the good ones and I was lucky to find one, much less a small one. So if you are like me and can't afford a Turner or any bike that compares to it, you can't go wrong with Tomac Snyper. I understand that the prices have been lowered on the new models. Bye for now.

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Favorite Trail:   Leon Creek Greenway

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $1600.00

Purchased At:   used

Similar Products Used:   Turner XCE. My main bike for the last 10 years. Rode a Turner 5spot

Bike Setup:   140mm Revelation, 140mm RP23, bontrager stem and handlebars, X0 front-rear/shifter,Fromula Oro K18 disc brakes, Raceface Evolve crankset. Schwalbe 2.25 Fat Albert tires. Bike weighs in at 28lbs

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by G-FOURce a Weekend Warrior from Norcross, GA (USA)

Date Reviewed: April 21, 2011

Strengths:    bomb-proof, no noise, beautiful craftsmanship, perfect fit

Weaknesses:    kinda ugly around the bottom of the seattube and BB housing

Bottom Line:   
just got back into mtb after a two-decade absense. i have owned a Cannondale F400, Giant XTC, Fuel EX8 and now the Snyper 140 and none of them compare to the fit and ride of the Tomac. i traded my Fuel EX8 frame for the Snyper frame and built the bike up from scratch. when i first rode it i was absolutely floored by how perfectly the cockpit fit. this says a lot b/c i am have a long torso and short legs and most bikes just dont feel right b/c i have to buy frames in a size S. however, with the longer stem and setback post the Tomac feels like it was contoured for my body. i have set the sag (front and rear) to my liking and the bike just seems to react to me. it climbs like a hardtail with no bob and there isnt a whisper from the bike ascending or dedscending. the 140mm of travel eats everything i am able to throw at it and it just begs for more. i have ridden a few other full-squish bikes and i havent found one yet that seems to be in the same league as the Snyper. (note: b/c i got the frame in an even swap i gave it 5 chilis across the board as the value and performance were top-shelf for my experience)

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Purchased At:   Traded for Fuel EX8

Similar Products Used:   Trek Fuel EX8

Bike Setup:   140mm Revelation, 140mm RP23, 120mm WCS stem, X0 rear/shifter, 1x9 w/M770 crankset, Thomson setback, etc...

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by East coast trailrider a Cross Country Rider from Ringwood, NJ, USA

Date Reviewed: March 29, 2011

Strengths:    This review is for the 2011 Snyper 1 factory build. Strengths; everything, geometry, groupo, lateral stiffness, plush ride, pedals very well, etc...

Weaknesses:    Bike does not readily fit in coffin, hence, I will need an oversized coffin so when I die they can bury me with it.

Bottom Line:   
I love this bike more and more with every ride. The first thing I noticed on initial experience on the new bike, was how well the rear suspension worked (just as they describe it at the website). No pedal bob, no brake jack, no pedal feedback... But I did not get to fully appreciate the ride until the suspension started to break in, and start getting plush and stiction goes away (it took about 6-8 hours of hard riding for it to start getting really good). After that, the bike really comes to life. I can't believe how fast I fly over rocky terrain with this bike, IT IS ABSOLUTELY CRAZY! The Snyper takes the small, medium, and big hits with authority. And it is a bike that you adapt to very quickly: I was doing single track work on it, and I did not have to think about the bike, I felt like I have been riding it for years. For the first 6 to 8 hours of riding a new Snyper, I would recommend adding just a little extra SAG to get all the suspension parts moving real well to help it break in, after that, fine tune the SAG and rebound...

The Snyper 1 component package is excellent too. I will not change a single part on it. The Nevegals it comes with are outstanding all terrain, and really "hook up". I was doing a high speed rock garden, and I hit a "loose rock" that bounced me sideways, I thought I was gonna crash, but as soon as the Nevegals made contact with the ground, they immediately hooked up and did not slide, hence saving my butt. By far the best A/T tire I have used, but the Nevegals do have a drawback, they do have more "rolling resistance" than the average MTB tire, if that bothers you... If you are looking for a faster tire, you may consider the small block 8, or the BBG's, happy medium. But If you need hardcore traction, the Nevegals are the best for this bike.

My riding skills are definately improving with this bike, the geo, stiffness, components, are all dead on, and inspire confidence.

I also give this bike a high value rating as well. Both the snyper 1 and snyper 2 are not cheap, but they are the most "Fair Priced" for bikes in this catagory, and , in my opinion, the best one out there. Really, look at the other bikes out there, the components, the prices, and compare to the snyper, and you will see, you can't beat this bike, in quality or price. Get this bike, you will not be disappointed.

I purchased the bike from Cambria, and they were very decent to deal with. I also contacted Tomac numerous times with questions about the bike, tech help getting the bike setup perfect, etc, and they are an outstanding company to deal with, Joel is a very professional, prompt, helpful person to deal with (anybody that would put up with all my stupid questions is OK in my book...). So if you want a really top notch MTB from a company that really cares about making the best bikes, go with the Tomac Snyper.

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Favorite Trail:   All offroad

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $3999.00

Purchased At:   Cambria / Tomac

Similar Products Used:   This is the first FS I have owned, but have ridden many various FS setups (friends bikes, etc...) over the 20+ years that I have been MTBing.

Bike Setup:   2011 Snyper 1 factory build

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by poky a Cross Country Rider from Pocatello, Idaho,USA

Date Reviewed: March 4, 2011

Strengths:    Climbing, handling, durable

Weaknesses:    Weight…although really not an issue…mine sits at 29# - loaded.

Bottom Line:   
I have been riding the Snyper for the past year. I have built the bike up using the optimal parts for my riding style. It is mostly decked out in XT components with the exception of a Truvativ crank and custom BB. Most of my riding consists of steep ascents and long uphill grinds lasting between 2-4 hours. I am not an aggressive downhiller…trying to limit my vertical drops to <4 feet. I have ridden many makes of bikes…from Fisher to Intense over the past 16 years of MTB. My personal preference is to ride a cockpit in which you feel “inside” the bike and not perched on top. I also prefer a slacker head angle, just enough to provide a stable platform while climbing steep grades.

Perhaps my biggest surprise has been the Snyper’s ability to stay firmly planted on steep unexpected grunts. Several “difficult to clear” parts of my favorite trail have faded into memory because of the ease the Snyper nails quick “ups”. I found that I spent way too much time focusing on body position while riding my Tracer to successfully clear the tough sections. Now I often have to stop and think exactly “where” it was that I used to spin out. The Snyper, although a single pivot, provides an optimal balance of trail responsiveness and simplicity. It climbs and transmits pedaling energy very directly and doesn’t feel “sloshy” when going uphill (the RP23 is perfectly tuned to the frame and, once set, doesn’t have to be messed with). Brake jack is kept to a minimum via the Snyper’s stable footprint and confidence-inspiring stance. IMHO, jack is controlled more by riding ability and technique than by mechanical means anyway. The bike is also incredibly stable at speed. Additionally, the 140mm of travel is perfect for almost all the riding I do, never feeling like I am close to bottoming out. Overall, the travel is incredibly smooth through out the entire reach, unlike some of the VPPs I have ridden. It would be interesting to ride the Vanish to see if the added 20mm of travel changes the perfect geometry of the Snyper. Bottom line…you can’t find a better value for a frame than the Tomac Snyper! Awesome customer service and a product that rivals most boutique bikes…well done Tomac!

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Favorite Trail:   Sullivans-Mushroom

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $900.00

Purchased At:   Cambria

Similar Products Used:   Fisher Joshua and Sugar, Intense Tracer, Ibis Mojo, Giant Reign, SC BLT

Bike Setup:   XT throughout, Easton Havoc Wheelset, RS Revelation 426, Truvativ Crank, Salsa Bars

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by greasemeat a Cross Country Rider from NorCal

Date Reviewed: February 10, 2011

Strengths:    Stable, neutral, quiet, fast!

Weaknesses:    Paint not the strongest?

Bottom Line:   
Best bike I've ever owned. Comfortable position, rock-solid design, has saved my unskilled behind multiple times. Still tight as a drum after all the abuse inflicted upon it. Shoved in car trunks, raced, crashed, multiple Downieville trips, it's still working like new. Only complaint I could come up with for this review is the paint has lots of chips on the underbelly. But then Joel Smith sent me free touchup paint, so I guess I've got nothing to whine about.

Should mention how it can be built really light XC style, or heavier AM style like I did - it's impressively flexible for a single pivot aluminum bike. But yeah - I crunch into rocks, basically have zero finesse and am a lard@ss to boot & the thing is still ninja-silent. Very impressed here.

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Favorite Trail:   Still looking

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $2800.00

Purchased At:   Direct

Similar Products Used:   Ibis Mojo, Specialized Stumpy

Bike Setup:   AM: dual ring with pulley & guard, Joplin 4, 6" Float, Mallets

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by gtrplrrick a Cross Country Rider from San Diego, CA USA

Date Reviewed: December 14, 2010

Strengths:    Amazing balance
Great Travel


Weaknesses:    Non found minus the fact that its not mine.

Bottom Line:   
This is one of the best bikes I have ever ridden. I rode around 300 miles on this bike in 6 to 8 weeks, thanks Derek, every trail that I have ridden and the ones I tend to ride alot. I will say that this bike seemed to give me more confidence on the trail both climbing and descending. I currently have a well equipt Specialized FSR and I will say that this bike can hold a candle to the Tomac. If you are looking to upgrade your bike and can only do one this year The Snyper should be it.

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Favorite Trail:   Anything in Mission Trails

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Purchased At:   Barrowed from a frie

Similar Products Used:   Spec, Gary Fisher, Elsworth, and Yeti

Bike Setup:   Setup for shuttle runs and CC

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by hematomato a Cross Country Rider from Gallup, NM, USA

Date Reviewed: November 3, 2010

Strengths:    Strong, Stiff, Well built. Very Stable. Excellent Climber and Descender. Instills huge amounts of confidence!

Weaknesses:    My friends are sick of me emphasizing the virtues of this bike and no longer want to ride with me.

Bottom Line:   
This is an excellent, sturdy, all around trail bike that I have done everything on in the past year from local cross country races, to Duthie Hill freeride park in the Seattle area. I say this to emphasize the versatility of this machine. It really feels much lighter than it is because it climbs so well. Rough ascents are much easier on this than on my lighter short travel bike. Stay in the saddle and keep spinning and the climbs just go! It is my first experience with a tapered steer tube and a through axle, but my front end tracks better than any bike I have ever been on. I clean things regularly now that I never could on my old rigs both up and down. I trust the bike to pull me out of bad situations and it delivers again and again.

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Favorite Trail:   northside

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $3400.00

Purchased At:   tomac

Similar Products Used:   Fuel EX, Kona King Supreme

Bike Setup:   Factory spec for the "low end" 2010 model. SRAM xo rear, RP23, float RL tapered front with 15mm through axle, avid elixir R, Easton XC two wheelset, tubeless Nevegals 2.35

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by theohath a Cross Country Rider from Colorado Springs, CO

Date Reviewed: September 1, 2010

Strengths:    This frame is incredible. Light, strong, stiff. It downhills amazingly, but you don't have to pay the price on the way back up. I actually love climbing on this bike. I couldn't be happier with this frame. It is perfect for the way I ride- I'm a serious XC rider, but living in the front range has made me look for something that can handle long, technical descents as well. Some might say 140 is too much for a XC bike, but it works for me. I love it!


Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
Frame is Unbeatable- and Tomac stands behind their bikes. I had a problem with another frame and Joel Smith was outstanding. Buy one- you won't regret it.

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Favorite Trail:   The Inner Loop- Gallup, NM

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Purchased At:   Tomac Bikes

Similar Products Used:   Trek Fuel 90

Bike Setup:   Frame seems to run small. I am 5'11" and went with the XL with a setback seatpost. This setup matches my other two MT. bikes which are only L.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by lettucehead a Weekend Warrior from clarence, ny, us

Date Reviewed: July 31, 2010

Strengths:    Very strong and ridged frame, Super stiff. climbs amazingly with No pedal bob even with the pro pedal off. Rips down the hill and takes anything you throw at it. I rode several high end bikes before i made my desision, I kept comming back to this bike and i love it, you simply cant get a better bike for the price.

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
Buy this bike or as a frame like i did, you will not be disappointed.

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Favorite Trail:   Horsethief,co

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $900.00

Purchased At:   Tomac Bikes

Bike Setup:   29 lbs. All shimano xt drive, fox talas 36m fork

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by kmorast a Weekend Warrior from Currently Japan

Date Reviewed: April 10, 2010

Strengths:    Good quality frame, I have the black version and it looks great. 140mm's of travel seems to be a nice compromise between weight, climbing ability and decending ability. When the bike is pointed up a hill all hints of bob disappear and the bike digs in and climbs. When the trail turns downwards the suspension eats up everything in its path.

Weaknesses:    None noted. The only problem I've had is a broken derailleur hanger.

Bottom Line:   
I looked and looked and could not find a frame of equal quality and performance for the price I paid. If your looking for a bike that will bomb a downhill trail with authority and then be ridden back to the top just as easily you dont need to look any further.

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Favorite Trail:   Fence Line

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $850.00

Purchased At:   Tomac

Similar Products Used:   Cannondale F3.

Bike Setup:   XT drivetrain, Rockshox Pike 426 U-turn coil fork, Mavic 819 wheels with hope pro II hubs, Kenda Nevegal Tubless 2.35 tires, Thomson stem and seat post and a chromag trail master seat.

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