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Lawwill Designs/Rotec RL9

Well, I've always loved Lawwill Designs bikes. I bought my first (a 2000 Schwinn Straight 8) in early 2002 from a friend which I raced on the national circuit for a few years and that bike brought me some Top10 placings in the premier DH class at the time. Unfortunatelly she was stolen a couple of ... Read More »

Rotec RL9: Tyre rub on seat tube normal?

I recently bought a Rotec RL9. The bike looks awesome and rides great, but the rear tyre badly rubs the seat tube when I compress the suspension. The back of the seat tube has a 3" long by 1" wide rubber mark left on it. It's pretty obvious when compressing the suspension into the face of a jump, an ... Read More »

My new (to me) Rotec RL9

Well I went and picked up a Rotec RL9 today for.... $1200. This is my first DH bike, and I currently have a 2007 Kona Coiler I'm not 100% sure on the specs, but here is what I know: Frame: 2006 Rotec RL9 - Large; Gloss Black with Orange decals Fork: Marzocchi 888 RC (I believe, Rebound on right ... Read More »

2006 Rotec RL9 thoughts/opinions?

I am thinking about picking up a 2006 Rotec RL9, and was wondering what people thought of these bikes. I have read reviews, and they all seem to be really good. I saw something about tire rub, but I don't know how big of tire that was for. I probably won't run over a 2.5 Maxxis in the back. An ... Read More »

Rotec RL9

Rotec RL9 Medium, Ano Black. Vivid with 425Lb Obtanium spring 2010 Boxxer Team fork Holzfeller DM stem with Ti bolts Burgtec RideWide 750mm bars 823's on Hadley with revo spokes 09 Saint cranks and brakes Dura-Ace Derailleur, Saint shifter 19KG = 41Lb [IMG]http://i118.photobucket.com/albu ... Read More »

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