Dobermann Bikes the Molosse DJ/MtnX

5/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 6.5lbs

Product Description

The MOLOSSE was designed to attack the street and rip the parc. It combines the same options as the MBF frame, but it's made with more affordable tubes and needs a little bit less machining time. This is the best bang for your buck$ in the high end urban/park frames market.

  • True Temper Verus HT Heat Treated & Double Butted tubes.
  • UTS (1): 150-185 ksi. / YS (2): 135-175 ksi
  • That's up to 250% stronger than most 4130 tubesets used in Taiwan.
  • The frame is just 6.5lbs!
  • Lazer cut and machined vertical adjustable drop outs.
  • Super stiff, super short rectangular chainstays.
  • Euro BB
  • OPTIONAL Disc and V-Brake mounts (24" and 26" wheels compatible). (NO CHARGE)
  • Standard Colors : Khaki, Burgundy
  • Custom Colors available, here's some examples : RawClear / TransGreen / TransBlue / SmokeClear / White / ChocoMilk / etc.

    We use the same perfectly tuned street/park/dirt geometry on ALL our frames, which are all designed to be used with dual 26", dual 24", or 24/26" wheels.

    2 sizes available :
    SMALL : 21.5" top tube
    LARGE : 22.5" top tube
  • Ajustable chainstays from 15.15" to 16" (385mm/405mm)
  • 110mm / 69° head tube
  • 12.5" / 71° seat tube
  • +15mm BB height

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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Cooch a Downhiller from Brisbane, Australia

    Date Reviewed: April 14, 2009

    Strengths:    Super strong, super finish. I have the 2009 model with BMX spacing (rear hub 110mm) and bottom bracket (Mid), means you can build it up with awesome bmx gear. I have 24" specific frame and this thing rides like a bmx, but still "relaxed" enough for mtb dirt jumps and the like.

    Weaknesses:    None at all really.

    Bottom Line:   
    This would have to be the ultimate street/park ripper. The geometry is just something else. It definately sits in between a 20" bmx and a 26" mtb. It's so easy to flick around and just awesome for tricks. The chromoly is so sweet and compliant and super stiff at the same time. Just so much feel to it. If you ride street/park/DJ's and you can afford one, get it! Sooo much better than the other offering out there.

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    Favorite Trail:   Paddo skate park

    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $500.00

    Purchased At:   www.barspin-imports.

    Similar Products Used:   Dobermann Pinscher, Da Bomb Molotov, NS Bikes Suburban 24", DMR Transition 24"

    Bike Setup:   Dobermann Tchokr forks (short), Chris King headset, Colony bmx hubs 10t, SUNN Envy rims, Deity crankset with 25t. Maxxis Holy Rollers 24", Tektro/Odyssey V-brakes

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by T a Weekend Warrior from Canada

    Date Reviewed: September 28, 2008

    Strengths:    Geometry, aesthetics, quality, attention to detail, customer service

    Weaknesses:    weight

    Bottom Line:   
    Saw Pictures on the bike 3 years ago when they went to interbike and was immediately impressed. I contacted them and told them what i wanted and received exactly what i was hoping for. Took awhile to set the bike up and ran into some problems but they resolved them for me right away. This has now been my third season on the frame and it has been great. The geometry and design was years ahead of everyone else and other companies are just catching up now. Im sad to see that for 09 they will no longer be making the same frame instead the molosse name will go to a pincher based ht with 14mm drop outs and gyro tabs. Its too bad that people couldn't see the detail and great machine work done in the frame and cough up the extra money and buy one over a pincher.

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    Duration Product Used:   2 Years

    Similar Products Used:   Black market, Norco, Specialized, Giant, Santa Cruz, 243, Banshee, Simtra, Evil, Commencal.

    Bike Setup:   Fox vanilla, Mavics on dt 440's, single speed, thomson, avid.

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