I have this thing where I always buy something out of haste or because it's a "good deal" and I always end up regretting it later and wasting money getting what i might stop by and see what they carry. howies tee of the week News Win a Commencal Supreme DH frame kit Win a Ltd. Click here. http://1001multimedia.com/driver-8/driver-8-bike.php
Ability to delight? Its very good looking. [Reply] + 0 fugazzi (Jan 29, 2009 at 19:18) reminds me of the old BIGHIT with a vpp rear end [Reply] + 0 bambino-Rider (Feb 8, 2009 The VP Free has 7.5" of travel. [Reply] - 1 nickf (Jan 31, 2009 at 16:57) what you said right there... the first time i got on it i went over a curb and didn't even notice it, it'll absorb anything and keep going.
I havent heard anything but good things about it, you should be happy. Cool, through and through. Hey we don’t like to gossip, but we have just heard some news that is very interesting. now thats really expensive.
might i suggest pivot phoenix or turner dhr? To further investigate its racing ability, I dragged the Driver 8 over to the Sunshine Coast, B.C, for the fifth annual Rat Race. On the bottom linkage, there are eight (8) bearings to keep things tight and laterally stiff.Ã‚Â The Driver 8 uses a next-generation VPP (Virtual Pivot Point) design.Ã‚Â The bottom bracket is 2011 Santa Cruz Driver 8 Review There are 0 comments.
i cant stop watching at it ! [Reply] + 0 conorh842 (Jan 30, 2009 at 9:23) id pick a v10 over this anyday [Reply] + 0 danimal97tj (Feb 3, 2009 at Santa Cruz Driver 8 Vs V10 It's nice to hear driver 8 owners like the bike because I was worried this bike is one of those jack of all trades master at none type of bikes. Reply With Quote 12-08-2011 #5 William42 mtbr member Reputation: Join Date Oct 2006 Posts 4,446 Its a straight park bike. Go Here The Driver 8 is not a dedicated DH race bike.
Looks Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!! [Reply] + 0 foxfloater (Jan 29, 2009 at 21:08) when do they come out??ive been waiting for santa cruz to build a nice DH/Freeride bikelooks super sick [Reply] + Santa Cruz Driver 8 Geometry The Driver 8 had its first rip between the tape at the Cumberland DH, the second stop on the Island Cup DH series. BlogCyclocrossVideoBike maintenanceAbout UsSearch Back to Mountain bikes Reviews review By Andrew Dodd & Mountain Biking UKAugust 25, 2009 7:00am GMT Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share ATHERTON RACING 2009 News OFFICIAL: THE ALL-NEW EVIL TEAM You might have read about this a couple of days ago on this site, but now we have the official Press Release.
If I charge you Â£1 for 1 kilo of bread, you can either make stars, baguettes or turn the dough into other shape like forms, but you still be getting Â£1 https://nsmb.com/articles/3075-review-santa-cruz-driver-8/ Hey we don’t like to gossip, but we have just heard some news that is very interesting. Santa Cruz Driver 8 For Sale all 3 had dave weagle's help in designing the bike/suspension setup for them and have the DW link. 2010 Santa Cruz Driver 8 Specs And it is also a very handy downhill race bike, probably a better race choice for most riders who aren't World Cup pros on most courses that aren't World Cup courses.
ughghghg... Nevertheless, I was impressed and eager to see what the Driver 8 could do. LOL [Reply] + 1 m47h13u (Jan 29, 2009 at 16:31) For some reason I'd go with this over the V-10 for racing. i just bought a brand new 2009 santa cruz v10 for like 3300!!! Santa Cruz Driver 8 Sizing
Just curious what your basis is? Come at me bro. I'm glad they lowered the BB from 15.4in to a respectable 14.5in (even though I think it should be lower still). More about the author Price as tested is £4,349.
It should be ok with a k9 headset. Santa Cruz V10 This was the most-asked question during my time testing. So now that I pulled the trigger, I have to ask what your opinions are about this frame.
Copyright©1996-2017 All Rights Reserved. nice craftsmanship and extra steeze for the anodizing. [Reply] + 1 peterwampler (Jan 30, 2009 at 20:56) wow thats a sexzy santa cruz. [Reply] + 0 brodoyouevenbike (Jan 31, 2009 at any suggestions? [Reply] + 1 sdavismtb (Jan 29, 2009 at 16:36) ya i cant find it anyone have more pics? [Reply] + 3 windowlicker (Jan 29, 2009 at 16:40) You gotta Pinkbike I use the bike for shuttles and lifts only so I doubt I'll notice any adverse affects on the pedaling.
But it can still plow through big rocks and huge drops with the best of them. 8 inches of travel is still a whole lot of cushion for the pushin'...8" of Credio FindTheCompany HealthGrove InsideGov MooseRoots PetBreeds SoftwareInsider StartClass © 2017 Graphiq Inc. Browse other Mountain Bike Frames Vital MTB Features STRAIGHT DOWN - Andorra Pre-Race Show 2 TECH TALK: Eliot Jackson on Data Acquisition 1 Gunning For The Top - Meet The 2018 However, that still doesn’t answer the question – can the Driver 8 downhill?
The upper link is carbon fiber, insanely strong, and pivots on four beefy radial contact sealed cartridge bearings. Edition ‘Team Atherton' Commencal Supreme DH framekit (sorry not the complete bike as shown) and a pair of team race jerseys. LEARN MORE ABOUT ADVERTISING Click here. Steep and tight lines weren’t a problem for the Driver 8 and the pilot.
the geometry of the 3 may differ slightly, but i'm guessing they're all going to behave and ride very similarly. I take it the Driver 8 is sort of in between AM and DH? durhurhurhur [Reply] + 11 darkelement (Jan 29, 2009 at 17:28) Resoect but..who names their dog driver 8??? [Reply] + 5 fr112358 (Jan 29, 2009 at 17:41) Haha yea. We are sorry for theinconvenience.
all 3 had dave weagle's help in designing the bike/suspension setup for them and have the DW link.