2017 Scott Gambler 710.
Okay, who's buying tricked out, turn key DH bikes these days? The answer is the "Millennials". This generation knows exactly what components come speced and if there was a recall on something 30 seconds ago, also... they know who's selling it cheap and they have no sentimental values and have no intention of keeping the bike for more than one season. The question is... how do I sway them to enter mom's paypal info into my store checkout? My guess is on pricing alone. Obviously they are not swooned when I mention that Down Cycles has been involved with every aspect of DH for 18+ years and that we have built most of the trails in our community or that we sponsor and donate cycling events... The moral of the story? Call me if you find it less expensive and I'll work with you. Remember, I'm not matching price on blemish bikes, used bikes, or the same bike, but in a different size. My "Large" is desirable and sells fast. That size "Small" you see on "Shmucko's bikes direct" is dead in the water.
Buy a DH bike that's proven from a shop that cares. Here is the spec (we do not alter the build). It's okay to be paranoid in this day and age. Feel safe with us!You are buying a beautiful new stock bike pedals not included: