2017 Intense Recluse Mountain Bike Review – Part 1 #Intense Cycles #mtb #batman #bat bike

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This review will be a two part review on the 2017 Intense Recluse full suspension mountain bike to celebrate reaching 100 subscribers and the launch of bike review episodes. The review will have two parts to bring added information in regards to the future of the channel, review format, and some last minute thoughts in regards to the Intense Recluse. Future reviews will not be two parts.

Expert Build:
150mm front / 140mm rear
27.5” Wheel size
Integrated BOOST 148 x 12 dropouts
Carbon Front and Rear Triangle
Internal cable routing
Internal seat tube cable routing for dropper posts
Monocoque front triangle
H20 bottle fitment
Downtube and chainstay flack guard protection
Tapered head tube
Direct mount front derailleur
Angular contact/collet bearing system with replaceable grease zerks

Recording Equipment
Camera: Garmin VIRB Ultra 30
Mount: GoPro Chesty
Gimbal: EVO Gimbal SS Wearable Gimbal
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Comments

Mike XT says:

The category between cross country and enduro has been around for a long while. It’s called the trail bike category. Anything from 120-150 can fall into that range depending on geometry.

Sam Long says:

what trails are those? they look hella fun

John Terpstra says:

I do like the concept of riding a non pro bike. I think most people would purchase the basic version. The average rider really doesn’t need a pro bike as nice as it would be.

Rick Louie says:

I like the review of the non pro components too. Nice to review while you are actually on the trail too.

scott wilson says:

I’m ordering this bike . Now I’m haveing issues on choosing the size . I’m 5foot 9 . would the L be to big with 150mm dropper? . I normally like a big size but I’m worried the large would hit my ass when hucking jumps

Mountain Biking Simplified says:

Great video, definitely subscribing for more videos like this

Bullseye Fowl says:

Sick you are at Greer! Makes sense, Intense is a local company. Double Ds

Will McElroy says:

Intense bikes look sooo good!!!!!

Soso64bit says:

How does sizing work for this new bike? I hear the frame fits a bit smaller. I’m 5’10” and Intense’s website says a large would be ideal. Any input? Great video, keep it up!

Peter Tran says:

I’m 5’6″, riding a Recluse Pro medium frame. The cockpit is indeed long, which makes the bike feel so much bigger. Experimented with different stem lengths. In the end, I slapped on the Renthal Apex 35mm. Was very concerned that it would make the bike twitchy. Not a problem at all since the head tube is so slack. Try it out!

Jason NOT Bourne says:

Saw the Pro version at the shop, this bike is a beauty. Intense does make nice looking mountain bikes.

Christopher says:

This channel will earn my sub from now on – like your style!! 🙂 Keep it going just like this – differentiate yourself from all the pro build reviews out there – but really, who can afford a + $6000 bike “this year” ? Thanx for this though!

Spencer Han says:

Same as ACV almost…

The MTB Crashing Dad says:

The seatpost most likely has play (suspensioning) due to it being stored in the down/compressed position… taking the air chamber from 250 psi to 700 psi… which is a lot of pressure for rubber seals… so the air leaks into the fluid chamber causing the play/suspensioning…
moral of the story: always store your dropper in the UP position 🙂

Bullseye Fowl says:

They probably didn’t do the hydraulic fluid right

Lambert Mixson says:

congrats on hitting 100 subs dude! love the channel, keep the vids coming!!!

Eric Russell says:

Great video. Just found and subbed to your channel. Looking forward to seeing more to come!

MtbFiend says:

Rad bro!! So thats your friends bike you are borrowing?

California MTB says:

Always wanted to ride An intense bike, sweet bike

Jason NOT Bourne says:

a dude on craigslist has a 2017 intense recluse for $5,000

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