Well, they're expensive, but I'm sure you knew that already.-=Canuck=- said:
How heavy is the Epiphany (frame)? My small Id weighs 5.86lbs with a High Volume RP3 while my small Spot weighs 6.35 with a DHX-A.Bob the Wheelbuilder said:I think the Epiphany will be one of the lightest weight XC bikes in it's travel range.
Nice. I guess i'll have to get Ti bolts to get close to that weight on my Id.pecusick said:5.45 lbs with RP-3. Just weighed one off the line. Its black
Get a Moment instead and become "fully aggressive" and expand your riding options. You will still be able to build it up fairly light for the all day epics.-=Canuck=- said:
Yeah -=Canuck=-, you really should consider the Moment, I test rodeit and LOVED it, it felt plenty light and efficient for the xc/trail riding i like to do, but I decided to go with the EPI at 2 pounds lighter. I hope I didn't make a mistake...only tommorrow will tell, the Brown Santa will be visiting at about noon to drop it off.ronny said:Get a Moment instead and become "fully aggressive" and expand your riding options. You will still be able to build it up fairly light for the all day epics.
Hey Charles,hammerheadbikes said:We should have our first Epipanies in next week
I will tell you that I had several LONG conversations with their production people at Interbike, asking some hard questions... I liked what I heard
how much abuse do you plan to give it?
how big of drops?
If you are canadian which by your handle I assume you are - you should check out the devinci remix line - horst link, laid back geo, light and likely at least one thousand bucks cheaper.-=Canuck=- said: