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Banshee Titan V3 (2019-2021) Frame
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Banshee is a brand with some serious street cred. Whether you are a loyal Banshee owner or have only heard the name, this is a brand the commands respect. The Titan may not have the most travel, only 155mm, but Banshee was confident it would hold its own in our Test Session. Utilizing Banshee's KS2 linkage on full bearings, the Titan is claimed to deliver an efficient ride that will still blast the descents. Strengths Carries speed incredibly well Makes excellent use of suspension travel Comfortable, efficient climber Accentuates the traits of a mixed-wheel bike Rear suspension has tons of pop...
Posted by BHowell on 9/30/2021 10:24am
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2015 Banshee Phantom Race
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Review by Brandon Turman // Action Photos by Courtney SteenThe Banshee Phantom is a 105mm travel 29er. We wouldn't blame you for immediately thinking "cross-country" when you first hear those kinds of numbers. We did. But no, the new Phantom is decidedly not an XC bike, but instead a special blend of XC/trail/all-mountain/enduro magic. It brings together the efficiency and precision of a short travel ride, the capability of a slack head angle, big wheels to get your roll on, and well-chosen components that let you get away with murder. We spent a few months getting acquainted with the new bike...
Posted by bturman on 1/20/2015 10:51pm
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Banshee Spitfire V2 (2013) Frame
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Reviewed by Evan Turpen // Photos by Brandon TurmanFor the longest time Banshee Bikes were well off my radar. In 2007 I was a professional downhill racer and at the time their products represented heavy, overbuilt, and technologically lacking machines built for the “huckers” amongst us.That all changed in 2008, though, when they introduced the Legend MK1 downhill race bike and their unique approach to new product development. They released 50 frames to a select group of riders, racers, and engineers who all provided feedback that eventually went into the production frames. Banshee then went on...
Posted by E.T. on 5/8/2013 12:33pm
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