The Implant is built from a custom Reynolds 853, DH-rated, tube set. It has a massive, full-wrap, top tube-head tube-down tube gusset. It also features oversized wishbone and chainstay sub-assemblies. When fully assembled and operated by sufficiently trained individuals the Implant is capable of functioning in a variety of roles.
a Weekend Warrior
from coquitlam bc
Date Reviewed: April 16, 2008
Strengths: This bike is strong without being too heavy. Had a Generation, which is more XC and broke it a couple of times. Handles like a dream and takes a beating. Looks good too.
Weaknesses: None that I could find.
Costs a bit extra but worth every penny. If you like freeride, North Shore type riding on a hardtail, this is a great bike for you. I'd be hard pressed to break it. If you do, it's steel, so it can be fixed.
Please buy my frame and fork :)
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What other bikes do you own? I find it very difficult to find an fs frame that doesn't make me want to go back to riding my Implant. I currently have a RM Slayer as well, and was considering a Nomad and a Yeti ASX. I'm thinking about a Knolly Delirium T. Or the new Bullit. Any suggestions? Thanks.Read More »
I run my Dekerf Implant as a SS and as my sole bike at the moment, a few weeks ago it went back over to Canada for some mud clearance mods, and at the same time Chris repainted it in this 100% full custom colour scheme!
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Just built my Dekerf SSer up. It's my first single speed so we'll see how long it stays like that! ;)
The frame has custom Geometry to suit me and a custom Urban Camo Cow finish.
Hope you like?...
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