Azonic Avenger All Mountain Full Suspension

DESCRIPTION

  • Ultimate All Mountain/Freeride Frame
  • Semi-integrated headset for maximum control and rigidity
  • Ultra light T-7000 series aluminum
  • Wishbone seat/chain stays for extra tire clearance
  • Seat Post 31.6mm

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 14, 2012]
Simon
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Leggero
robusto
settabile a piacimento

Weakness:

Ancora niente

Montato bene rende bene in salita e sfreccia in discesa.
Provato in bike park, rimane divertente e prevedibile. il selettore del roco aiuta anche nei trasferimenti su strada e nelle salite.
Ormai lo uso per tutto, bike park, parchi urbani, single track veloci, etc.
Fondamentale l'uso di un reggisella telescopico... prossimo acquisto!

Similar Products Used:

Olympia F-Type

[Jan 02, 2012]
mattyice
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Linkage, Weight, Eats everything up.

Weakness:

None so far

Awesome Bike. The rear shock soaks everything up and havent been able to bottom it out yet. The lockout on the shock makes it a breeze to climb hills and with a flip of a switch you are in downhill mode and it feel awesome. There is also a setting for all mountain riding which is nice too. Im coming off a 2007 diamondback recoil comp which was my first mountain bike and this is a world of difference. The travel on the frame is awesome. Everything is great and it is a perfect all mountain freeride frame, i would highly recommend it.

Similar Products Used:

Diamondback Recoil Comp

[Jun 24, 2009]
Anonymous
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Burly, reasonable weight, tried and true 4-bar, KILLER shock

Weakness:

???

Been rocking this beast since spring, Azo gave me a sweet deal as I finally wrecked the Saber...Hats off to Daniel and Tracy at O'Neal/Azonic, good guys, excellent support and help building the rig up.
It rips around the VT slime, roots etc., climbs good, ended up at 33 lbs. which is light for me. A little tall-feeling in the bottom bracket, but I'm used to it now and if you want 6 inches I guess that's the way it is. The Roco shock is just about perfect, no bottom outs yet. The lockout works great on the grinders and cushy plush on the descent. I had to remove the top mounting axle to get at the air valve, but so far haven't had to go back for tuning. I also recommend the 1-ply Minions if you can find 'em -- all the grip of the regular ones but claimed 800 grams, good for all-mountain, no pinch flats yet, 28 psi front, 32 rear.
All in all, you can't go wrong, excellent execution of a solid 4-bar 6-incher.

Similar Products Used:

Azo Saber, Norco Six

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