Da Vinci Symbiosis Full Suspension 2003 Tandem

5/5 (1 Reviews)


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Arlyn Aronson a Cross Country Rider from Hancock, MI

Date Reviewed: November 19, 2003

Strengths:    Of the many MB tandems we've ridden the Symbiosis(20O4 model) has the best ride, stand over clearance and gearing setup we've ever tested. Its suspension has no pogo effect for all off-road riding conditions. Its independent coast system (ICS) is invaluable for maneuvering narrow technical trails. Our frame was made with Easton 7005 and equipped with a 30 inch rear top tube for taller stokers (rear rider).

Weaknesses:    Cost may prohibit some riders from ever trying off-road riding on a full suspension tandem. However the Symbiosis' cost is comparable to other upper level MB tandems.

Bottom Line:   
This bike ROCKS on the most technical, rock strewn trails you can find! For reasons not understood by us Da Vinci's mountain bike tandems are grossly underrated. This machine will take you down or up any trail you ever dreamed of riding, all this while being with your favorite riding partner. This bike is made for seriously rough and technical off-road trails. We've had a BLAST this summer while learning to ride this beast. Don’t wait as long as we did to test ride a fabulously fun off road tandem!

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Favorite Trail:   Hummm to many to mention

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $7500.00

Purchased At:   Superior tandems (my shop)

Similar Products Used:   Santana, Burley, Cannondale, Ventana

Bike Setup:   Largly stock. May be seen at
http://www.davincitandems.com/sy.html

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