It mostly depends on possible production schedules. They were shooting for December/January on some of the 2009's, but some models took until the past month to have available.
Nice try , to my knowledge, the Slayer SXC will not have a new model for 2010 at this time. Why would we need too, its rides awesome! :thumbsup:JoeDesperado said:guess that's the right place to ask if you know something about the updates the SXC will get in 2010? or if you have one of the protos at your house right now
Can't commit on that at this time.... I fear the wrath of marketing! I know alot of you have seen the Flatline prototypes killing it on the WC circuit already, so I'll leave it at that. Sabrina, 3 wins in a row! Trust me, I wish we could share more, but then that takes away all the surprises!rocketmatt17 said:Will there be any updates to the flatline series of DH bikes and if so any idea on when they will be available
Vee have vays of making you talk... bring in the comfy chair! :yikes:RMB So Cal said:None of us involved Rocky on this board are going to release info on new bikes unless its the right time to do so, we have to play the game with the rest of them.
Coffee through the nose at 6:30 am really hurts. Bwahahaha!rockyuphill said:Vee have vays of making you talk... bring in the comfy chair! :yikes:
Or do you mean the element Carbon? :skep:The_Scarabial said:Me like to see a carbon element
Man i would love to see a steel road bike come back into the lineup! The last one we made (besdies the Sherpa line) was the Solo 50st with triple-butted Columbus "Spirit" Niobium steel tubing. Combined with the carbon fork and Seattube that bike was a sweet ride. I'd be first in line if we did this type of bikes again. Sadly the sales # for that type of bike just do not add up to justify it at the moment....... Hopefully for the future!Megaclocker said:I smell a full steel road bike next year. Something like a Surly Pacer.
I've read that in the eyes of our rep.