Supergo 1999 Access Full Suspension Bike

3/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $1800.00


Product Description

Supergo ACCESS


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Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Chris a Downhiller from Orange, CA

Date Reviewed: April 19, 2000

Strengths:    Fox rear shock, stable at speed in straight lines, stiff front section


Weaknesses:    No rear thru-axle, swing arm feels flexy in turns, paint chips easy,

Bottom Line:   
As far as i know i have the only one of these bikes that actually got sold, it was too bad there was a lawsuit over the patent infrigment. The only thing that really holds this bike back is the fact that the rear end needs a thru-axle when it uses skewers. The way it is set up you can feel the lateral flex in the rear end on off camber drops and in hard high speed turns. This bike could have made a great inexpensive downhill bike for a begginer. When setup right everything on this bike just plain works, it has taken alot of abuse and the only real problem i had was a swing-arm bolt backed out once and stripped the threads, but i took it back and Supergo fixed it. It's no M-1 but it cost a hell of alot less.

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Favorite Trail:   the ones going down

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Similar Products Used:   Specialized, GT, Schwinn, Intense, Foes

Bike Setup:   5" travel front and rear, Fox coil over piggyback shock, Manitou X-vert triple fork, Hayes Discs, Shimano XT 8 spd, Mr Dirt chainguide, Mavic rims,Easton monkey bar, Powertools stem, Intense 2.3 tires, Wellgo platform pedals

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