Bionicon Frequency XC Hardtail

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

Race bikes are made for winning alone and present our development team with a completely different challenge than creating comfort orientated full suspension bikes. Rigidity, weight and riding position are the crucial factors in winning a race. Following two years of intensive study and dialogue with our team riders, we choose an uncompromising Scandium hardtail as the perfect race weapon.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Ryan a Cross Country Rider from Flagstaff,AZ,USA

Date Reviewed: November 23, 2007

Strengths:    Great Climber and descender because of high quality products and design.

Weaknesses:    None that I have noticed

Bottom Line:   
The best Cross Country race machine I have ever ridden. Is definitely the race weapon of choice for all cross country racers looking to win. For the average trail riding person I would choose one of the many trail and all mountain bikes also offered by Bionicon

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Favorite Trail:   Red Onion

Duration Product Used:   Tested or demo'ed only

Similar Products Used:   Specialized S-Works Hardtail

Bike Setup:   Easy and simple

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WTB Frequency i23 vs Stans ZTR Arch Tubeless

Usually I would go with WTB instead the older Stans Flow, but is it really worth the price difference to go with Stans ZTR Arch instead the cheaper and well known WTB Frequency wheels? :confused:Read More »

WTB Frequency i23 Tubeless install experience so far

Had these rims for about a year now, and last week I went ended up with 4 flats between both tires and decided it was time to try tubeless. I have WTB Bronson and Moto tires (both TCS 2.3") on the rims now, so here's how the install went: I bought the WTB 63mm valves because I wanted to make sure ... Read More »

WTB Frequency i23's 26er's for 229$ ??

Rims laced up with With 2.0 champ spokes , Shimano XT hubs for 229 on eBay seems to good to be true and also heavy ( 1235 g) rear weight alone. Looking for a beefy wheel set at a cheap cost but not boat anchors either , what's your alls take on this ?Read More »

WTB Frequency I-23 rim or Spank Spike Race Evo 28 rim

Hello all, I have finally managed to narrow down the list of rims I like to these 2: WTB Frequency I-23 and Spank Spike Race Evo 28 I would like to use them on a hardtail which I use as a an all-round bike (commuter, xc, trail and some light all-mountain) and I also weigh about 100Kg (220 lbs) ... Read More »

WTB Frequency i25 Wheelset 29"

The search s on...Tacoed my front wheel so new wheelset researching. I am fairly set on getting WTB Freq i25 rims Everywere I look only the rim is sold and I only see i23 sold in wheelsets?? Anyone have a line on I25 wheelset forsale? I have yet to find one? Time to learn how to lace up a wheel ... Read More »

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