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Let us introduce our redesigned 2014 Wish bike. It should reach your local bike shop in July. We are very sorry for the delay, but the main reason is that we've decided to redesign it according to latest industry trends which is new but rising strong 27.5 inch wheels standard. Jan Kilinski - our main designer and product manager responsible for most of the parts you use took this first proto bike for a ride and here is what he has to say about it: "My origins were always dirt jumps in the middle of a big town. Thats the main reason why i choose short travel bikes to ride the slopes rather than downhill monsters. The main reasons why i like 2014 Wish prototype bike is its short rear triangle and progressive suspension specs. This bike was designed to meet requirements from hard enduro riders to freeride bikepark trails. It is perfect for some jumps but it also suits you very good while traveling tens of kilometres. I use an air suspended 55CR fork which is not so soft as classic spring suspension but it is way easier to adjust it specs for every conditions. I chosen classic spring damper in rear which makes a perfect set with the progressive suspended frame. All the other components in this bike are Dartmoor parts. My favourite ones are especially - Rock cranks with "trail" chaiguide. Wheelsets are based on Revolt hubs and rims. Currently i am also testing our brand new idea of carbon bars. My plan for this bike season is to move into Bikepark Kluszkowce where i am involved in designing and building new trails. 2014 Dartmoor Wish will be my daily partner for all those months i am going to spend in the mountains." Hope to see you there too guys on your Dartmoor Bikes! pictures: Badphoto

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Dartmoor Bikes 2014 Wish prototype

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