The Truax is designed for those riders that are just as likely to pedal up to the trailhead as they are to take a shuttle or chairlift to the top of the mountain before they dive in and revel in their descent. Seven inches (180 mm) of travel and a slack headtube angle make this bike right at home on the way down. Ride it everywhere, every day: jumps, ladders, berms, steep descents, park, shore … wherever you need a fast, versatile and incredibly fun bicycle.
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I was wondering who had this bike and what do you think of it? I am considering one for aggressive AM riding, emphasis on downhill; either this or a Enduro Evo, but the 2013 Evo is $400 more, so I'd have to grab a 2012 Evo, which is about the same price as the Truax 2.
Also, any owners in ... Read More »
I have been searching for a new AM bike and I've narrowed it down to two, 2013 Trek Slash 7 ($3300) and the Norco Truax 2 ($2800)
(I don't have enough post to give you the links to them -_- )
Both bikes seem good for downhill, low HT angles, 160mm+ suspension, 20mm thru axles, atc. ... Read More »