ups and downs
but the Darkside can fit 650Bnino said:could, would, should....
Scott Team Issue 2001: size M, 1048g (2,3 lbs)
Worldcup proven performer. still the lightest aluminium frame i know of.
no my dear: "could,would,should..."Hand/of/Midas said:but the Darkside can fit 650B
Nino, the Spooky owner said this..... in that link you obviously didnt follow......
"It's really not that light actually, if I wanted to make a one season bike I could get the weight down to 2 and quarter or so pounds, and it would still be stronger than something like a Scale"......... He responded to your statment 12hours before you made it. kinda funny.
No, arrogant internet blowhards who diss professionals on forums are cheap.nino said:People that throw out such statements are cheap!
Simple: Make it , sell it in masses and have Pro's winning worldcups on it then we CAN discuss any further.
But... but.. they do not have any headquarters in Switzerland and nino is not selling or riding them them. They can not possibly be any good whatsoever for any purpose.scrublover said:not nearly as fugly as the Scott
IMO, it's also likely to be a more durable frame