Cube Bikes Drop Zone DJ/MtnX

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Designed the Dirt series with the demands of the high rollers from the dirt scene in mind. The result is a robust and strong bike that can take a beating. The models in the Dirt range are aimed at function instead of comfort. The welded gussets are the necessary reinforcements to withstand the abuse of big jumps and landings. All parts of the Dirt series are selected on lifespan and reliability, the weight is of less importance. All models are equipped with a rear mech to make sure you can accelerate enough before taking of.

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drop zone in SA

several months ago I met Jaime out on the trail at macallister park. Real cool guy that had a lot of good tips for riding and bike set up. He informed of his bike shop, Drop Zone Cycles. I never got a chance to check it out till today. After many disappointing trips to other bike shops around to ... Read More »

Destruction at Duthie -- New Drop Zone & Beginner StepUps Closed

Sometime Thurs afternoon a couple of kids destroyed the new beginner step-ups and built their own steeper/bigger lip. So Nolan, Ralph, Kevin & I spent our time yesterday fixing that mess -- instead of building something new. Total waste of time and money that could have been put to better use... all ... Read More »

Just talked to drop N zone about a Rune`

I think I am going to order a Medium with an Elka shock. I am going to set this bike up to ride great, go down better, and everything inbetween. He has a white one in stock but about 2-3 weeks on anything else. I might even have it powdercoated a custom color Now I have to decide on the rest of th ... Read More »

Colonnade Joyride Drop Zone is thirsty

[B][I]Next time you ride, please take 5 minutes to hose down the practice drops' landing area (on the far south end of Phase 2).[/I][/B] There's a red hose and sprayer laying around there -- we'll leave it turned on. The big drops' landing area really needs to be kept damp until it packs down. It ... Read More »

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