The Darkside is constructed of hydroformed 7005 aluminum, and features a tapered head tube, threaded 83mm bottom bracket, and integrated bump stops on the frame for riders who choose to run a dual crown fork. The bump stops are easily replaceable – ODI's bar end plugs fit into the hole in the frame, giving riders a myriad of color choices. The prototype frame uses Banshee's interchangeable dropout system, but this probably won't make its way into production in order to keep the frame costs down.
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Selling my Darkside Frame, Racing is over for the season so Ill be riding my full suspension from here on out.
17 inch frame, light and fast
22lbs as pictured, search it in the classifieds
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The build all started with an impluse buy. Impulse, meaning a 1 week obsession with the idea of NEEDING a 29er. The frame went on sale on Jenson and boom. I got a fork new due to my lovely Amazon Prime membership and 3 days later, the EMD was born. The compenents (less the fork, stem, and headset) a ... Read More »
i have always heard it was cold on the darkside of the moon but today we rode there ! we started out leaving bloom temp of 20 with with wind making it about 7 according to the weather person . when arival we met up with great riding friends . it was a great ride and we took it a great pace . it w ... Read More »
After 2 years riding my 'Cog, I bought a '12 Stumpy EVO 29 HT. Its 1x10 and has a Fox fork. Decided I wanted a little more versatility but still wanted to keep it simple. The rigid SS has been a blast and made me a stronger/better rider without a doubt. The 1x10 is great; a few extra gears when ... Read More »