Nicolai ION ST Downhill Full Suspension

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MSRP : $2299.00

Product Description

The Ion ST is our most race-oriented downhiller. For most Nicolai team riders it is the Ion that is their first choice. Its relatively low weight and neutral 4-bar rear allow for fast acceleration. The suspension works perfectly - predictable and slightly progressive. A long front frame with a short rear make the Ion ST stable in tracking and highly manoeuvrable. The harder the course the more this superior 4-linkage frame demonstrates its strengths. However, you don’t necessarily have to be an experienced racer to appreciate the Ion ST - downhill is not just competition. Downhill is having fun, enjoying the speed and flow - it is the search for new challenges and the reward of the adrenaline rush.

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Nicolai ION ST- the difference in 2006? <2007 - 2011 ?

Hi I want to buy a frame but I do not know what is the year. Are there differences in the model 2006/7 -2011? What? Geometry? There are various links (look at the pictures - ion 1 , ion 2). Different years of production? ION 1 : [IMG][URL= ... Read More »

Ion ST for sale

OK so I am selling my Nicolai Ion ST in kawa green. Its in almost new condition and I am selling it as a frame, rear wheel, ibeam seat and post and LG1 chain guide and saint chainset. Looking for £1300 for the lot. [IMG][/img] [ ... Read More »

Camille Blanchard - Ion St vid

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Nicolai Ion ST (2009) Bearings

Hi, I'm pretty new to this site, so sorry if this thread has been covered previously! There's a very good chance that i'll be purchasing a 2009 Nicolai Ion ST in a couple of days and wondered if anyone knew if where i could source suitable bearings from. Obviously i could go direct to Nicolai ... Read More »

Nicolai Ion ST in scotland

Do any Ion ST owners live in Scotland? I cant decide what size frame I need and sitting one would be a big help. taRead More »

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