Gear

Limited Time for a Tazer

Production of Intense Cycles' 4x/slalom Tazer VP will be limited to one batch of frames for 2010.

By Singletrack.com

The new design features on the Tazer VP include 80-100mm of adjustable rear wheel travel, a 1.5 headtube and new angular contact bearings with grease ports for ease of maintenance.
The new design features on the Tazer VP include 80-100mm of adjustable rear wheel travel, a 1.5 headtube and new angular contact bearings with grease ports for ease of maintenance.

Those of you into banging elbows while racing may want to act fast, asĀ Intense Cycles has announced a limited production run of the 2010 Tazer VP.

The 4x/slalom Tazer VP will bring to the start gate a second-generation VPP suspension platform. The new design features 80-100mm of adjustable rear wheel travel, a 1.5 headtube and new angular contact bearings with grease ports for ease of maintenance.

Production will be limited to one batch of frames, according to Intense’s Paul Cusick. He says to contact your local dealer now to get a Tazer VP in time for race season.

Based on market feedback, The 2010 Tazer VP will be offered in two sizes based on top tube length and three colors. This is the same frame raced by overall world cup champion Anneke Beerten, along with Chris Kovarik and the CRC Intense Team; U.S. National Champion Rich Houseman, JD Swanguen, Team Xfusion- Intense and Mio Suemasa.