Nicolai Nucleon TFR Downhill Full Suspension

The biggest advantage of the Nucleon TFR as an enduro frame is the protected G-Boxx shifting in impassable, rough terrain and in bad weather. The overall range of gears of the G-Boxx is equivalent to a 27 gear derailleur setup but avoids the derailleur’s susceptibility to damage from rocks and roots. The wide, rigid, swingarm with 167 mm of rear travel, as well as compatibility for forks of up to 170 mm, means that the TFR is good for hardcore usage in any kind of terrain.

User Reviews (2)

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Tin   Downhiller [Aug 23, 2005]
Strength:

Very strong, lots of travel. No deraillers.

Weakness:

none so far, just slightly heavier then a XC bike. 40lbs. Maybe not used to it yet.

At 40lbs. its a little of a workout to pedal uphill. But on downhill, its all fun. The G-Boxx makes it so easy to shift in the right gear b4 u need to pedal again. Dont have to worry about chain drop because there no tensioners. Gears can be changed at any time. Standstill, back pedaling. not a problem. So far, its been good. You get lots of attention while riding it. A ferrari of MTN bikes. Worth every penney. If you like going down fast, then this is for you.

Similar Products Used: None I can think of.
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Nicolai USA   Racer [Jan 19, 2005]
Strength:

No chain guides or tensioners. Very quiet, shift any time. 3 piece rear hub allows ease of wheel removal. Very cool bike!!!

Weakness:

NONE

Nicolai makes the best custom made bicycles in the country. Dont waste time and money on other frames that claim that they are "custom made". See nicolai, they will treat you right.

Nicolai USA (951) 927-7796

Similar Products Used: Nicolai Nucleon ST
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