KHS Prototype DH Bike 8

Quinton Spaulding takes you on a quick walk through the new KHS prototype DH bike with "Zero Link" suspension.

Credit: gordo
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8 comments
  • Jmhdh

    7/21/2010 10:11 AM

    Yeah, too bad KHS doesn't make it and it's not their prototype: http://www.astroeng.com.tw/productsdetail.asp?id=51

    It's a catalog-taiwan bike. That doesn't mean it sucks or anything (and you can see some of the other KHS bikes in the catalog of this manufacturer), but KHS is blowing smoke up our ass.

  • sx2011

    4/23/2010 4:46 PM

    i like it

  • Cesar Rojo

    4/22/2010 1:42 AM

    I don't know why they called ZERO, but mondraker has that name registered and has nothing to do with our design, this bike only compresses the shock from one side, the other only moves it to the front or that was what we were told by Astro the designer of this bike. In fact ZERO comes from CEsar ROjo and we swaped C for Z for more international use, so that's the sense of ZERO and why here makes no sense, a part from using our image.

  • Scrub

    4/21/2010 10:29 PM

    Damn, that seemed REALLY easy for Quinton to move the suspension travel that much..Hulk Hogan look out!!

  • brillantesdv

    4/21/2010 9:44 PM

    more like a Session, where the bottom shock mount moves downward.

  • muchentuchen

    4/21/2010 8:20 PM

    Looks like a concentric BB, methinks that's an Astro-made frame.

  • sspomer

    4/21/2010 7:12 PM

    pivots around the bb, not a sunday. similar in looks perhaps.

  • lonchera

    4/21/2010 6:40 PM

    Nice KHS Sunday!

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