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If your idea of fun means grunting up and down mountain passes on weeklong bike-packing trips, testing your limits on the gnarliest of trails, or checking out into the wilderness for a few days with your bike just to see what happens, you could definitely use a Stuntman. Like the name implies, this bike is not for average riders, but rather for those who are ready and willing to push themselves to extremes.

How does the Stuntman differ from the rest? The key is boasting larger tires than any other all road bike at 50c! They can pretty much tackle anything that comes their way. The dropper post allows you to go from uphill to flat to downhill and everywhere in between with the seat in an ideal position for every scenario and the SRAM Rival Hydro 1×11 drivetrain keeps this monster cross ready to shred. SRAM Rival Hydro road disc brakes make stopping a breeze in most any conditions. Made with a 631 Chromoly frame and an alloy fork, the Stuntman is sturdy and ready to rally. Only question: Are you?

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Practically the only bike I'd ever need.

Review by Hot Dog
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To give some background, I am primarily a bike commuter and the bulk of my mileage occurs on vintage Raleigh 3-speeds and old steel road bikes so this review should be taken with that in mind. I haven't had much experience with mountain bikes but I had always enjoyed fitting 32c tires onto the road bikes and taking them off road so I was looking into getting a cyclocross bike in the summer of 2016. For whatever reason that didn't happen (in hindsight it was good because I h) but I stumbled upon this bike in early 2017 and knew I had to have it. However, at the time, I couldn't justify the cost, plus the extra wide tires, for something that seemed so specific. I moved to Pittsburgh in July and the abundance of parks and gravel trails was the last straw for me so I went for it. Initial impressions were that the 631 frame was lively, responsive, and comfortable, feeling familiar as my 531 frames but not as old and tired. My Stuntman came with X'plor MSO tires (not the advertised LZY) which actually worked out better for me because the fine center tread minimized rolling resistance on pavement. The Stuntman was super fast and smooth on dirt compared to my older bikes and the curve of the handlebar was absolutely perfect for me. The dropper post comes into use even for me, a non-mountain-biker, as I could leave home, drop into Schenley Park, slam the saddle, rip my way down to the bottom and then head to school without having to stop. The option of being able to shred whenever wherever without scheduling an entire day off was a cool bonus. The Stuntman also has a much lower center of gravity than I was used to and that combined with the aggressive edge tread on the tires made fast cornering on dirt very manageable and predictable. The low CG and longer stays also make the bike great for carrying heavy loads in rear panniers. I have not tried a front load yet. Appearance wise, the graphics are awesome. The Colt Seaver colors are nice and I love the crazy seat tube decal. The cable routing is kind of a mess visually, but functionally does not detract from the ride. As someone who is used to long reach caliper brakes and/or steel rims, the hydro discs were a welcome addition. They are extremely powerful yet easy to modulate "on the edge." The one gripe I had was that the 54 cm frame had a lot of toe overlap so I swapped in a 27.5 DT M1900 Spline wheel set. Toe overlap was significantly reduced even with fenders fitted and I dropped an entire kg from the overall weight of the bike. I am also about to install a stem with a bit more drop to it but that's a personal thing. I later stumbled upon an article by Dirtrag magazine that described the bike as a great do-everything bike and I wholeheartedly agree; having owned the bike for 7 months now, I can say that I'll keep it forever if I am able. It's comfortable over long distances, capable on the commute, fast and stable on dirt, and works just fine with the rust belt pot holes whether you're crashing through them, hopping over, or swerving around. It was not a specific bike after all and if not for my love for my other old steeds, this would be the only one I'd ever need. I recommend this bike to any commuter/roadie/hooligan/rider in general who can afford it - just beware of the derailleur hanger as it seems that multiple people have received it slightly bent (including me, but I bent it back and it's been fine so far)

(Posted on 2/21/2018)
Frame Reynolds 631 Chromoly Custom Butted, Post Mount Disc, 142x12 Thru Axle, Tapered HT
Fork Alloy SPF Blades, Alloy Taper Steer w/Post Mount Disc, Internal brake routing, 15mm Thru Axle
Headset Integrated Cartridge Bearings
Cranks Sammox, Forged Alloy 2pc w/ CNC Narrow Wide 40t
Bottom Bracket External Bearing
Rear Derailleur Sram Rival Long Cage 11spd
Shifter Sram Rival Hydro Road Disc
Cogset Sram PG-1130 11-42 11spd
Chain Sram PC-1130 11sp
Spokes 14/15g Stainless Butted MAC w/Brass Nipples
Rims Weinmann U28TL, 32h Double Wall, 28mm Wide
Tires Clement X'PLOR LZY Tubeless, Folding 700x50c
Brake Levers Sram Rival Hydro Road Disc
Pedals Test Ride Pedals
Handlebar Raleigh 200 series 31.8 with 16 Degree Flare, 40/42/44
Stem Kalloy 3D Forged 31.8 Lengths:90/90/100/100/110/110mm
Seat Raleigh Classic Road Saddle, Leather w/ Stainless Steel Rails
Seatpost Raleigh Dropper Post, Alloy Dual Bolt 27.2mm w/ Internal Routing 65-80mm Drop
Extras Rack and Fender Mounts
Tape Raleigh Leather Bar Tape
Bike Weight 26.9 lbs
Bike size 52CM / Rider Height: 5'4"-5'7" 54CM / Rider Height: 5'7" - 5'9" 56CM / Rider Height: 5'9" - 5'11" 58cm / Rider Height: 5'11" - 6'0" 60cm / Rider Height: 6'0" - 6'3" 62cm / Rider Height: 6'3" - 6'5"
Seat Tube Length 490mm 510mm 530mm 550mm 570mm 590mm
Stand Over Height 788mm 807mm 824mm 842mm 861mm 877mm
Top Tube Length 535mm 555mm 570mm 585mm 600mm 615mm
Stack 576mm 593mm 607mm 619mm 638mm 652mm
Reach 375mm 374mm 385mm 396mm 405mm 416mm
Head Tube Length 125mm 145mm 160mm 175mm 195mm 210mm
Head Angle 71° 71.25° 71.25° 71.25° 71.25° 71.25°
Seat Angle 74.5° 73° 73° 73° 73° 73°
Wheel Base 1039mm 1042mm 1058mm 1074mm 1090mm 1106mm
Chain Stay Length 450mm 450mm 450mm 450mm 450mm 450mm
Fork Offset 50mm 50mm 50mm 50mm 50mm 50mm
BB Height 85mm 82.5mm 82.5mm 80mm 80mm 80mm
Stem Length 80mm 80mm 90mm 90mm 100mm 100mm
Handlebar Width 40mm 42mm 42mm 44mm 44mm 44mm
Crank Length 170mm 172.5mm 172.5mm 175mm 175mm 175mm
Seat Post Length 300mm 300mm 300mm 350mm 350mm 350mm