They normally break / crack / crumple on the junction of the down tube and seat tube mast where the shock mounting tab attaches. Try not to ride the Sin aggressively as it really is more fragile than it looks. My used San Andreas DNA outlasted my brand new Sin for 4 months of more aggressive riding but in the end it broke the same way the Sin did.JOURNEYC6 said:I have one with almost no miles on it, heard about broken frames a lot.....where they usually brake?????
I wish your friend good luck in selling that for $500. Companies such as Jenson USA are closing out brand new frames much lower than $500. As a matter of fact I got my DNA replacement from Jenson for $589.Mountain Cycle Shawn said:$250 is pretty cheap! I talked to them yesterday and he was hoping to get $500, which is still cheap, but I just don't need another bike.
Not the seller, Greenfish or otherwise.JOURNEYC6 said:so if mines breaks, whos to blame for the warranty?....gren fish or MC.????