Devinci is a Canadian company and that is why it is harder to find them in the States. The quality of these frames is top notch. Very nice welds and needle bearings at the pivots. I don't own one, but have checked them out up close and they are nice looking.shredder111 said:Hey guys, I am planning on getting a second FR bike that can take a bigger beating and I stumbled upon Devinci bikes. I read they have a lifetime warranty on frame damage and 10 years for headset ovalation. Does anyone in here ride a Devinci? What do you personally think about the quality of the bike and company? Overall how do you rate the bike? I want personal opinions, and yes I was in the review section. Pics would be great too, those bikes look solid and I would like to see your fully dished rides.
Thanks much, Shredder111
P.S. Does anyone know how much the Ollie and Johnson frames cost and where to get them? I am having trouble finding them.
The Canadian version of Devinci frames uses a chain stay/HL pivot and the American version uses the seat stay pivot. If you want the HL, you will have to go to Canada and pick one up. Maybe you could order one from Canada? The frames are around 2K CDN. At least, they used to be. Devinci bikes are very popular in eastern Canada and are gaining a following in B.C. and Alberta as well.