The Go Anywhere, Ride Anything, Two-Bikes-in-One Superbike. Indulge both sides of your personality – no potions needed. With the revolutionary DYAD shock, Jekyll is back with a vengeance and rewriting the rules once again.
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Now I am looking for a new bike again. I have been looking at the 2013 Jekyll 3 on their websites. Can anyone give me some feedback if they owned this bike or a last year model?
I am upgrading from a 2013 Trail SL2 29er.Read More »
I recently won a 2011 Jekyll Carbon frame on eBay. I want to swap across my 2011 Mavic Crossmax ST wheelset from my Rize 3. The question I have is it possible to upgrade by 2011 rear hub, which is 9 speed and QR to the 2012 IST-4 and match with the Syntace X12 42x12 axle?Read More »
Okay, perhaps I'm crazy, but am I supposed to feel a marked difference between flow and elevate modes? Because other than (possibly) a tiny bit more efficiency in the latter, nothing seems to happen when I toggle the switch, though I have checked and the cable is lifting the pin on the shock. I ha ... Read More »