We take a look at Dartmoor-bikes.com street machine. The “Quinnie”.
The Quinnie is a 26 inch wheeled beast which is set up perfectly for the local trails or the skate park, and is perfectly suited for every level of rider!
First impressions count and the Quinnie is not exception. The frame is a cr-mo design, great looking and more importantly light at 12.9kg. The Dartmoor team have of course put the bike through its paces and have proven that it can handle almost anything. The Quinnie Dartmoor bike is at home on dirt or the streets.
A good choice of colours are also available including blue, white and black.
The complete bike comes with a integrated seat clamp with a size of 11.8”, and a seat post diaminter of 27.2mm.
The geo on the Quinnie has been designed around one thing, and that is to make tricks easier to pull off. With a top tube length of 574mm and a rear triangle of around 383mm, short and sweet comes to mind.
Bottom bracket height is also good at 10mm below wheelbase height which provides a comfortable riding position.
A nice short stem at the front accompanies a 70 degree head tube making it very easy to manual and keep the front up.
The Dartmoor Quinnie comes with a great selection of parts, and you do get a lot of bike for the money. We particularly liked the Alu 6061 handlebar Ice which offers great control and feel to the bike. The only thing we would change would be to upgrade the headset, but a part from that we love the Dartmoor Quinnie complete bike!
More Specification details
A outline of the parts found on the complete Quinnie bike include:
Frame: Quinnie cr-mo 4130;
Fork: RST Space 100mm;
Crankset: Chukka Two 170mm;
BB bearings: Spanish 19mm;
Sprocket: Trance 25T;
Stem: Fury 25.4mm; Headsets: Moloko;
Rims: Raider 26″/36H;
Tires: Kenda SBE 26×1.95;
Rear hub: K-Drive 10T;
Front hub: Dee-Force;
Rear brake: Hayes Stroker Ryde;
Rear rotor: Nano 140mm;
Saddle: Lite Two;
Seat post: Fusion 27.2mm;