Devinci Drive Hybrid Bike

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MSRP : $830.00

Product Description

This high-speed commuter meets adept off-road companion is a hybrid dynamo that combines fast 700c wheels and appreciated front fork suspension for versatile performance across all terra firma. Powered by Devinci’s best-in-class aluminum frame tech, the Drive is light, sturdy, and delivers superior handling in the form of road bike rolling efficiency and trail tackling bump compliance. Pilot the dual sport Drive today and experience just how far a bike can take you.

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Ride vs. Drive

This is a misleading title for this thread. I just wanted to put out that disclaimer. How many of you have more invested in your ride than in what you drive. I think pics are necessary here. I don't even have a high end bike and I qualify for this. The two are below. [ATTACH=CONFIG]285141[ ... Read More »

Home-made Recumbent Trike w/ front-wheel drive

Here's an interesting rig I met out on the road today. The front end is the rear end of a mountain bike (w/ suspension) flipped upside-down. The rest is made from aircraft grade AL tubing. Weight unspecified.Read More »

Dura-Ace 7900 non-drive side crank hangs over the axle. Normal?

I’ve built my own bikes for years, but this is the first time I’ve used a crankset that doesn’t require a cartridge-type bottom bracket, so this too is unfamiliar territory for me. I installed a Dura-Ace 7900 bottom bracket (English type) and Dura-Ace FC-7900 crankset. In installing the non-drive ... Read More »

Lezyne Micro drive tail light vs the Light & Motion Vis 180

By some slim chance has anyone ever seen these two lights side by side? If so what was your thoughts?Read More »

Phil's tenacious on drive chain in what?

Hi everyone, Instead of T 9 I used Phil's tenacious on my drive chain. Should I just wipe off excess and forget about it?Read More »

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