6 years on the Kokopelli...I have an master re-build kit for it to get done over the winter so I would expect at least 6 more.
If I knew you meant just the frame I would have voted longer. I'm guessing that after five or six years of riding, the bike as a whole will not be worth keeping. I'm on year four now and I'm having problems with the rear derailleur, fork and shock. My juicy sevens are working perfectly and the DT Swiss wheels are also great but I don't expect them to last forever.bike flyer said:Sorry about that. I was referring to the product life cycle of the frame excluding bearings, links, hangers, and shock. And with regular care and servicing.