Does anybody know how I could get a Wilson 4 frame in the US? What would be the procedure to order one directly in Canada?
Seriously! Ask for a local trail, get it dirty, say you took it with you.SnowMongoose said:I've never seen one sold in the US...
D8 took the words right out of my mouth.
I would hop in my car, drive fourty minutes to Vancouver, grab one, and bring it back.
Only difference: I totally wouldn't declare it.
Nice!Kaba Klaus said:This weekend I made it up to SolVista (DH resort Granby, Colorado). Guess what, they have at least 3 Devincy Ollie 2008 in their rental fleet. Wonder how they got them.
Anyway, my new frame just arrived. In the end I simply called a bike shop in Canada and asked them to ship me one. Simple solutions are usually the best.
PS: Sorry - saw the links too late. Already had the order placed.
I can only compare the new Wilson to the 2006 Ollie. Not even that would be fair as I bought the Ollie stock while I built the Wilson to my own liking. As a result the Wilson is a fair amount lighter, which of course has a huge influence on how the bike handles.Nagaredama said:Nice!
My older Wilson felt great over the weekend.
I've heard the newer ones are quite flexy. Let us know what you think after you get some riding time on it.