The Scarp 29 Elite was reviewed by Mountain Biking Australia, and published in the current issue.
The reviewer has raised some great points about the bike and one quote sums up the KTM look.
Please use this link to read the full review from the current issue of Mountain Biking Australia:-
KTM Scarp Elite review
Currently all sizes are available (at 27 July 2014)
” September 24, 2013 · by aerogeeks · in Bike, By Devon, Data Analysis. ·
When the new Felt AR was announced, serious questions about the performance of the bike relative to the increasingly crowded aero road bike category were raised. Felt promised to respond to these questions with a technical whitepaper. Well, Interbike is over and we have the data. We’d recommend you sit down and get comfortable for this one. Let’s get started.
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The Australian Mountain Bike Magazine has reviewed the KTM Bark 40 in it’s latest edition.
The review contains all the specs for the bike as well as marking it’s performance.
To download and read the review, use this link. KTM Bark 40 review . This file is approximately 3MB. (you will require a PDF reader)
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review by www.slowtwitch.com
“Felt’s Newest: the IA new
Written by: Dan Empfield
Date: Mon Aug 19 2013
During the 2006 Kona bike survey at the Hawaiian Ironman Felt’s bike count did not crack the top-10. That’s hard for you to imagine, if you’ve entered the sport since that time, considering the ubiquity of this brand. Contemporaneous with that low bike total, in the Fall of 2006, Felt introduced a game-changing line of bikes based off a mold platform still in production today. When you buy a Felt B16 it comes from that 2007 model year mold.
Four years later, when the Kona bike survey was taken in 2010, Felt had vaulted to third place in the count. This is a real achievement when you realize how many “legacy” bikes carry over from one year to the next. To move from outside the top-10 to …