Anyone heard of Tsunami??

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by mrsummit, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. mrsummit

    mrsummit New Member

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    Hi, I was wondering if there was any information on Tsunami bikes?? I suppose it is a Taiwanese?? type product?? any thoughts would be appreciated, junk?? fair? OK? questionable?? rideable?? dependable??
    Thanks,
    John
     
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  2. RENNIERULZ

    RENNIERULZ New Member

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    considering nobodys heard of them you wold have to assume that they are total pieces of crap
     
  3. Cipher

    Cipher New Member

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    With such insight and intellect as this I'll assume you review mountain bikes for a living... :rolleyes:
     
  4. RENNIERULZ

    RENNIERULZ New Member

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    actually i do heard of mtbreview.com?
     
  5. bigchina

    bigchina New Member

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    i have. i also know you can't make a "living" off of making one-sided reviews there. dont be a jerk.
     
  6. jmitting

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    did a little web crawling here... They seem to be high end bikes, 2000-3000$ for a road bike, dont know if this representative but yeah it sounds like its worth a look. So when do we get the piccies?....
     
  7. ehoop

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    In fact you are correct in saying these are high end bikes and the first comment as to these being crap, is completely erroneous. Here is a junky pic from e-bay of what I can tell is an older 2-3 seasons ago model.
    I am purchasing one from Edge Cycles in Laguna Hills, a completely high end Tri and Road shop. Hank, the owner is good friends with the mfg. whose name I am not sure. he is local to So.Cal though. In fact, I went in today and saw the "new" models and they are on level with, Kestral, Seven, Principia, Cerv, and all the others. The graphics are ALL custom and the technology is light weight and welded like nothing else.

    If the pic doesn't post, let me know and we can work out a way to communicate if you are still interested. Ciao'
    :D
     
  8. kwsher

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    Tsunami framesets are very popular among Southern California teams as a team bike (including Div III Monex) as they are actually manufactured by SoCal based Russ Deney.

    They are excellent framesets....
     
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