Homemade DH Bike: I-track Suspension, A Story Fabricated in a Shed 8

Hugh McLeay is a builder, the kind of guy that thinks he can do anything with a bit of sweat and tears. Hugh's self-designed and hand-built downhill mountain bikes are a labor of love. The passion for the process and the reasons he does what he does are the shining light in this not-so-fabricated story. i-tracksuspension.com

Credit: Jordan Cole
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8 comments
  • Diedre_Rashid

    3/5/2016 2:26 PM

    True to the spirit congrats on a great build.

  • Giuseppe_Lennon

    9/19/2013 6:07 PM

    Thats incredible, Chance of a production model?

  • charging_rhinos

    9/19/2013 12:17 PM

    Looks like they took a page from the Canfield Jedi.

  • Big Bird

    9/19/2013 5:31 PM

    I thumbed you down for the offhand "Looks like a.." remark, but after further review, you are thumbed back up. Twice if I can manage it. But even if it "Looks like a..." it's still hand made, no factories here. I need to get off my ass / find the time and money to build my next frame (Which will "Look like another Santa Cruz Bullit.")

  • Karabuka

    9/19/2013 11:20 AM

    Really great job. Really love suspension design, especially the real backward axle path. Now you need to work on your own chain guide

  • Shrockie

    9/19/2013 10:58 AM

    Well done, Hugh! very impressive set of skills and determination you have.

  • prestondh

    9/19/2013 9:11 AM

    thats awesome!

  • Acadian

    9/19/2013 8:53 AM

    way cool! Respect.

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