I can't wait. Dying for one of those bad boys.:incazzato:
Only Half a posuer. I ride a SS/29er but split saddle time with a 2x9 6" squishy bike.lidarman said:toHELLuRIDE, I presume since "gears r 4 sissys", you will be sporting a SS version of the RFX?
...but to be anxiously begging for it, rings the ultimate poseur mentality.
(else it's the obvious troll)
Why not just wait the year and get the bike you know you really want? Or else pick up an 08 RFX?bond007jms said:Perhaps the question any potential RFX buyer should be asking themselves is, "Can I hold out that long given the competitors' offerings?"
If you are seriously considering the knolly DT, then you should consider a highline, the frames weigh almost the same (10.75 for med knolly with coil shock), and the intended usage is similer. Both allow you to pedal "up" in a very upright position, and both can be set up with 7" of travel. There are some differences, but if you're really considering a bike that heavy, the highline is a far better match for the DT than any incarnation of the RFX.bond007jms said:For me the decision will come down to the:
or the RFX
Being a current Spot owner, I would like to throw more coin Turner's way, but 2010??? Arrrgh!!! :madman:
yes. there isnt any word on the geo yet and thats final. next!Mr Bling said:is there a final word on the geo?
dude, the Sultan makes the RFX obsolete.cutthroat said:The beauty of non DWL RFX is that the '08s are not obsolete like all the other non-DWL models. It's still state of the art. I'm glad I picked mine up just in time. It looks so fine next to the Sultan. .:thumbsup:
cough Highline.cutthroat said:The beauty of non DWL RFX is that the '08s are not obsolete like all the other non-DWL models. It's still state of the art. I'm glad I picked mine up just in time. It looks so fine next to the Sultan. .:thumbsup:
What you see on the website is a Solidworks/Photoworks rendering.toHELLuRIDE said:I just want to know if there is a prototype out there being tested or only computer generated pictures?
I'm kinda obsessing.