One Ghost Musashi Frame Downhill Full Suspension

4.2/5 (5 Reviews)


Product Description

The Musashi is our newest addition to the DH specific line. MotoGP Floating Suspension system, hydroformed tubes, CNC a-plenty 8” of beautiful, controlled, bottomless semi-vertical wheel travel..


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Anonymous a Racer

Date Reviewed: November 23, 2013

Strengths:    David is a good guy and the owner of OGi. but a poor business man.

Weaknesses:    Many people ordered a bike and not a single frame was produced at all in this year. The bike is a non-existant shadow of what COULD have been a great company. Sorry David, but you should have kept it Taiwan CNC... so much for a reliable US produced grassroots... :( greatly disappointed...

Bottom Line:   
I was overly excited to order one after riding one at a local race. Now I will never own one and don't have the money to buy a different frame until this guy climbs out of debt from spending all of our deposit money etc.

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Price Paid:    $4800.00

Purchased At:   One Ghost Industries

Similar Products Used:   Candy Components product line

Bike Setup:   no bike ever showed up after many promises of materialization.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by shred a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: February 6, 2013

Strengths:    Most fun dh bike to ride! Rock solid design, travel feels bottomless on the big hits, g-outs and very active through the roughest of terrain. Excellent pedaling can be used for everyday ride with a light build. corners quickly, very accurate tracking on every type of terrain, balanced in the air and stable upon take off of high speed jumps. floating rear shock keeps the bike low and planted, tires in the traction sticks to the ground when you want it to. Agile and quick to flick during tight trees and roots.

Weaknesses:    wheres the frame beer opener?

Bottom Line:   
fun, fast, durable, worth the $$

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Favorite Trail:   roots, rocks

Duration Product Used:   3 years

Price Paid:    $2600.00

Purchased At:   oneghost.com

Similar Products Used:   multitude of 5-6-7-8-9 inch travel bikes

Bike Setup:   8 in fork, fox shock

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Timmy Holberton

Date Reviewed: February 5, 2013

Strengths:    Corners well jumps awesome handles tight corners owns rock gardens n high speed rough tracks pedals unbelievable very strong looking bike easily serviceable great support from the dealers

Weaknesses:    Havnt found 1 yet

Bottom Line:   
Felt right at home on it 1st time riding it very happy with it will definently get another 1. Being a smaller company then all the big names you dnt see as many getting around. price is really good for the quality of the build.

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Duration Product Used:   4 months

Purchased At:   One ghost australia

Similar Products Used:   09 iron horse Sunday 2012 rocky mountain flatline


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by OG DH Racer a Downhiller

Date Reviewed: February 5, 2013

Strengths:    This bike accelerates quick, pedals so good, and its super stable at speed. It will take corners and hold traction as fast as you dare to go. The rear suspension feels great, and the design is my favorite out of all past race bikes. Looks killer! Also pretty light, I was able to build my bike to 37.3 lbs easily with DH tires and not the lightest components out there. Worth every penny!

Weaknesses:    The only weakness I can think of , which was fixed on the new 2013 model, would be the top tube height, though not too much of an issue, a little taller than my last bike, I will be getting a new model which looks like a perfect race machine!!

Bottom Line:   
Any terrain you can throw at this bike, it will eat it right up, it jumps superbly, great pop, and easy to keep low when you want to. Turns on a dime at any speed, the G forces you can get in a corner on this thing are amazing! Do yourself a favor and test ride one if you get the chance. Bear in mind though, while test riding someone else's bike, the setup will be much different than your used to, so with any bike demo, that all must be taken into consideration. If possible, get it setup for you to test ride it. With the right setup, this is quite possibly one of the fastest race bikes on the planet!
Get one and secure a permanent spot on the podium!

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Similar Products Used:   Trek, Specialized, Kona, Transition,

Bike Setup:   Stiff and fast!

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Blake a Racer

Date Reviewed: February 5, 2013

Strengths:    Cornering well
One of the best jumping dh bikes
Very poppy
Holds a line well
Pedals well
Fast as hell!


Weaknesses:    Tall stack height (if your short like me)

Bottom Line:   
This is my second race season on this bike and I am in love with it! It jumps like a hard tail, rails burm like a rocket ship and has tons of pop. The bike also pedals great when you have to get on the gas hard! But dont worry there is no brake jack when you have to scrub your speed. The bike is very predictable and stupid fast! The only thing that bugged me on the bike was the stack height because I am short. I fixed this with an internal headset, low rise bars and a drop stem. Bike is now dialed as can be! Has to be one of the most fun bikes to ride out there! Glad I went OG.

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Favorite Trail:   In deep, Mt. hood race course, Chunder dome (PA race course)

Duration Product Used:   2 years

Price Paid:    $2600.00

Purchased At:   oneghost.com

Similar Products Used:   V-10c, 2012 demo, lappy, cove shocker, gaint glory (new and old), Wilson (2011)

Bike Setup:   Fox suspension, shimano drive train, csixx 150g guide, inferno 29 rims on Hadley hubs and maxxis high roller 2’s.

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