I'm interested in selling a mantra I inherited from a friend and before I post an ad I'd like to know what the suspension travel is. Anyone out there have an idea?
What did you have? I know of 3 mantra pros like mine that have been riding hard and they never broke was yours made by trek? i know mine was made by Klein in WA i was one of the lucky one to get 1 of 100 made of this bike.[email protected] said:WOW I figured all these frames had broken by now, I broke mine twice, then sold it, It was a pretty fun bike, but the suspension would unload and throw your weight forward when braking hard. But a fun bike none the less, not very efficient though. Travel was around 6", and did you know it was designed to ridden with a rigid fork?, I wish I had digital photos of mine, it used to covered in fur, several different colors throughout it's life. If I can get a hold of a scanner I'll post some old photos of it when it was furred out.
They were able get about 360-380 off the line. I think all the aluminum Mantras (and rear triangles on the carbons) were made in WA.Klein_Christopher said:i was one of the lucky one to get 1 of 100 made of this bike.