MTB Tandems Tourista 2003 Tandem

5/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 43 lbs MSRP : $2990.00

Product Description

  • Marzocchi DJI suspension fork with ECC lockout and QR20 axle.
  • Magura Gustav Hydraulic disc brakes for powerful all-conditions control.
  • Rolhoff 14 speed internally-geared rear hub for dependable all-weather performance.
  • Hand-built White Industries/ Sun Mammoth wheelset for durability.
  • Race Face Turbine Tandem crankset & rings.
  • Cane Creek suspension stoker seatpost.
  • Created to order.

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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Scott Mansell a Cross Country Rider from Petersfield, England

    Date Reviewed: March 25, 2003

    Strengths:    So far we are both incredibly impressed, it rides like an absolute dream. Awesome quality components with confidence inspiring handling, braking and ultra plush suspension.

    The Rohloff hub is the best shifting system i have used to date, easy to clean, fast shifting not that lite but for a tandem perfect.

    I would almost go as far as saying it rides and steers as well as any single i've ever ridden or owned.

    Weaknesses:    None so far

    Bottom Line:   
    I've never enjoyed riding this much and can't wait to ride again. Plus this thing can ride almost anything we've put in its path so far, can ride this almost as fast as my solo on singletrack. Superb quality build, components and service at an affordable price from

    If you considering buying a tandem, i don't think you'll go wrong with one of these.

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    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Price Paid:    $3100.00

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    Similar Products Used:   2 x Cannondale MT1000, KHS Tandemania

    Bike Setup:   Std setup but with Manitou Sherman Sliders

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