NS Bike Suburban Dirt DJ/MtnX

4/5 (1 Reviews)


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NS Bikes Suburban Dirt Frame 2012. Frames - MTB Hardtail. An all time classic. Just like last year, the Suburban adjusted specifically for 26? wheels. However, improved tyre clearance makes it easy to run 26? wheels in this frame, which is a new trend that we have been observing. Due to this, we decide ....


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Jordan Dorion a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: May 25, 2012

Strengths:    this bike is very nimble when it comes to jumping and manualing due to how light you can step it up too be. also low seat incase of casing and pulling the ass end up a bit to much . this bikes awesome for street and dj but the cromoly frame is a little different when it comes other dj cromos. the dropouts are a great addition to this bike and easy to adjust parts once on the frame.

Weaknesses:    When cased this bike has a good chance of your pants getting caught between the seat and tire. Almost to easy get thrown off balance during takeoff and in the air due to how light and nibble it is. also the top rear triangle is more of an angle then the top front triangle which gives you alot my pop and a little less control on this cromo

Bottom Line:   
This bike is an awesome bike good for Dj/ Street but thats it . No hardtail riding or light freeride because the frame seems to be a little weak. Good bike overall for someone with experience.

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Price Paid:    $1400.00

Purchased At:   pinkbike

Similar Products Used:   Specialzed p2 Cromo

Bike Setup:   Howitzer BB crankset, Avid XO brake setup (back), Argyle 318 forks, Spank Tweet Tweet bars, Snafu Splicer Stem, 50/50 pedals, Rear double track, front single track and single speed

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