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Thread: Boinicon Golden Willow
04-24-2007, 04:29 PM #1
Boinicon Golden Willow
Time for a new bike and have narrowed my choice to a 575, Heckler or this..... it's a Boinicon Golden Willow...
They're a euro company so probably don't have much exposure in the U.S and Canada but I've not read or heard one bad word about them. The 'on-the-fly' head & seat angle adjustment seems like a winner.
Any of you reprobates know anything about these things? I'm demoing both the Edison and Golden Willow this saturday so I'll post up my thoughts if anyone's interested.
Here's an example of the kind of review it's been getting...
oh yeah, and here's the website for specs & other guff. http://www.bionicon.com
Last edited by Hayduke; 04-24-2007 at 04:39 PM.
04-24-2007, 05:26 PM #2
Yeah, I know these bikes. I'm friends with the the guys that own the rights for U.S. disturbution. Their gaining alot of steam here in the west. I have ridden a couple of their models, both were smoking cool! They climb really well and descend even better. Although I don't own one or sell them I give them a big thumbs up.Have fun or get hurt bad. "MFT" A.K.A. Dr. Doom
There are but three true sports--bullfighting, mountain climbing, and motor-racing. The rest are merely games. "Ernest Hemingway"
04-24-2007, 09:08 PM #3
They came to our shop in Mammoth last summer and the bikes were down right scarry to ride. Also consider that if you break something on the bike they have a fair number of parts that you couldn't just walk into your run of the mill shop and replace. Get a heckler and move on.............If you open a second beer and don't miss a beat between sips, is that two beers or just one 24 ouncer? -Tye 1on
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