Un identified downhill bike?

funk2monk

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Suffolk
i found this bike and have put wheels and bars on it but not sure of make?
It had loads of aftermarket stickers on it but the ‘sting’ on the frame looks original.
The forks are one piece carbon with the word hunter or shunter? on them.
Frame is aluminium and very light. Rear swing arm pivots on pedal crank is also aluminium.
Any clues greatly appreciated.
 

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Phaeton

Grumpy Old Barstool
Location
Oop North (ish)
No idea but I do like the look of it
 
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funk2monk

funk2monk

Well-Known Member
Location
Suffolk
i found this bike and have put wheels and bars on it but not sure of make?
It had loads of aftermarket stickers on it but the ‘sting’ on the frame looks original.
The forks are one piece carbon with the word hunter or shunter? on them.
Frame is aluminium and very light. Rear swing arm pivots on pedal crank is also aluminium.
Any clues greatly appreciated.

Just to add some more information as I would love to know who manufactured this frame?

The headset is made by woodman and I now think the sticker on the forks is nothing to do with hem. The forks are pretty substantial and have no manufacturing details on them at all?
Like wise with the swing arm, I cant see any manufacturing details on there.
I agree its a 00's era bike but where and who made it still eludes me.
 

unlikely

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Well looks my source was useless!

I can't really tell from the photos, but I can't help but wonder if the forks are Marzocchi Shivers?
 
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funk2monk

funk2monk

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Location
Suffolk
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Definitely looks like an old DDG Slammer. Could possibly have Pazzaz carbon fork.
Hi Spiderweb,

Having had a closer look you are right they are Pazzaz carbon forks. I've never seen these before but they seem very well made?
As I said earlier its a freebee so not too worried as it rides very well. Always nice to put a name to a bike and its components though. Many Thanks,.
 
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