Dirtworks Termite Full Suspension Bike

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Dual Sport geometry and suspension.
  • Sizes: Smal/Medium, Medium/Large.
  • Travel: 4-6", adjustable.
  • Shock: RCR, Fox or Stratos.
  • Bottom Bracket height: 13.5", 73mm Shell
  • Head Angle: 69.5°
  • Head Tube: 1.125"
  • Seat Angle: 60°
  • Seat Tube Diameter: 31.6mm
  • Front Derailer: "E" type - top swing, bottom pull.
  • Wheel Base: 44"
  • Allows for 3 front chain rings.
  • Oversized aluminum tubing.
  • CNC machined lever arms.
  • 30mm sealed bearings at main pivot.
  • Grade "8" steel hardware.
  • Durable powder coated finish.
  • Colors: Red, Yellow, Black, White, DrabGreen


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by paige rowntree a Downhiller from Nashua NH USA

    Date Reviewed: October 8, 2005

    Strengths:    super sweet frame. Works just like every other four bar but is light and beefy. I find that it makes many top end freeride bikes look weak. Coolest of all is that it is now rare and hard to come by. If you find one buy it!

    Weaknesses:    the second owner of my frame was fat and put a small crack in it and the third owner sold the Avalanch that fit it.
    then again those were all people problems


    Bottom Line:   
    One of a kind and hard to come by. If you see one don't hesitate. Tons of fun and really light.

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    Favorite Trail:   lynn

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Price Paid:    $275.00

    Purchased At:   private used

    Similar Products Used:   trek/specilized/sinister/aztech/evil/kona/intense/klien/santa cruz/orange/ironhorse/ellsworth/banshee/draco/etc.

    Bike Setup:   Termite(olive drab) 66vf(coming soon) sram x9, sunringle double wide, raceface prodigy DH, Sic stem, .243 seatpost, WTB tires/seat... you know, all the cool stuff

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Owen a Weekend Warrior from Scotland

    Date Reviewed: September 24, 2005

    Strengths:    lightweight for a full sus, strong well built frame , no flex, ajustable geometry, very chuckable and insperational.a real freeride bike.

    Weaknesses:    havent found one yet, altho the seat tower angle made it hard getting a seatpost with enough ajustment.

    Bottom Line:   
    great frame ,especially with the carbons fitted, you can chuck this bike around with ease on the trail and it is easy to peddle on the ups, great for all day freeriding and even DH , its a great pity Dirtworks are not making them anymore, i was lucky to get a frame that had never been built. and i had good advice from Mick at Dirtworksuk.com on how to build up the bike.

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    Favorite Trail:   laggan wolftrax

    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $700.00

    Purchased At:   germany ebay

    Similar Products Used:   Nicolai FR

    Bike Setup:   Large frame , manitou carbon 170mm forks, Hayes hydrolics , 8inch front ,6 inch rear. DMR revolver hubs on Sun singletrack rims with tioga rear 2.4 tyre, continental diesel 2.5 front tyre. XT shifters and mechs, road cassette 11 -24. RPM crank with bash, 24 and 34 rings. kore FR bars, titec block stem, race face xy seatpost and titec berserka saddle. club roost lock on grips and tioga headset.

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