Would you be willing to give a mini-review of the Lithium?DoubleDiamond said:XC Bike: '01 Razorback Team
Road Bike: '01 mod5
Trail Bike: '04 lithium 4.0
Just built it, ridden it 6 times and love it! Weighs about 25lbs...DHbiker said:Now you can post pictures of your k2,
here is mine it is a k2 Attack 1.0
I have a Zed too but I haven't taken a picture of that one yet.
It's an old outdated design. Beyond that, I'm just personally not fond of K2 in general. I think they make crappy bikes, using crappy designs and ideas. Maybe it's just the fact that they haven't made any bike I would want to ride personally. I liked the EVO and think it's truly the best bike they ever made, my only real problem with it was it got outdated fast. I mean what real freeride bike can only run a true size 2.1 - 2.2 tire??? A 2.3 should be the minimum and the only way to accomplish that on the EVO was with a 24" wheel. It's too bad because I had hopes when they were rebadging Intense bikes for Andrew Shandro, that something may evolve from that. But oh well.DHbiker said:Why whats the matter with it?
... the Stinger has chainstay rear pivot points instead of seat stay, more like Horst link/4-bar rather than the Razorback's 'Faux Bar' suspension, which is really just a fancier looking single pivot.steve3 said:There have to be more K2 riders out there.
Just to give you guys more bike porn, I'll post a sort of K2. It's the Turner Stinger. The Razorback design was licensed from Turner.