Now if they just made the rear triangle with a break for a belt drive! I've always appreciated Voodoo's niche-but-makes-sense approach.
New Product Spotlight: Voodoo Cycles’ Nakisi – Fat Tire Crosser
Voodoo Cycles has a long history in the sport of cyclocross. Former national champions Tim Johnson and Marc Gullickson both raced Voodoos back in the day, with Gully winning a national championship in the Presidio on his Voodoo Limba.
The company still offers its scandium Limba and steel Wazoo (but not the titanium Loa), and starting this summer the company will offer a new member to its ‘cross family: the fat-tire, drop-bar ready Nakisi.
It’s a steel-framed, do-it-all bike, perfect for the most indecisive of people. It offers rear-facing track forks, a derailleur hanger, cable stops for front and rear derailleurs, rack braze-ons, and clearance for two inch tires with room for fenders. It has the features to be your commuter, crosser, singletrack 29er and road machine.
Price and weight are TBD. We plan on checking out an early model in April. Stay tuned.
Voodoo Cycles Nakisi:
For more info: http://voodoocycles.net/nakisi.htm
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