- IBC-User don-quichotto hat ein ganz besonderes Banshee Phantom auf die Beine gestellt - unser Bike der Woche! Das BANSHEE Phantom gehört zu den Bikes mit starkem Charakter – hier passtet der sehr gut zu mir. „Irren ist menschlich“ war mein Einsteig zu. Zum Freitag mal wieder der schönste Komplettaufbau der Woche, dieses mal ein Banshee Bikes Phantom V3 in XL mit MRP Ribbon Air sowie unseren.
Bike der Woche: Banshee PhantomDas Phantom ist der neuste Wurf von Banshee. Es lässt sich nur schwer in eine Kategorie stecken. 29″ Laufräder und mm Federweg in Verbindung mit. - IBC-User don-quichotto hat ein ganz besonderes Banshee Phantom auf die Beine gestellt - unser Bike der Woche! Steckbrief: Banshee Phantom V3. Einsatzbereich, Trail, All-Mountain. Federweg, mm/ mm. Laufradgröße, 29ʺ.
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English is amazing. You can even speak aggressively. Of the three bikes you tried — the Transition, Phantom, and Following — which one do you think is most Clyde-worthy?
Any experience? Hi All. John here. I am a Clyde rider myself. Was the overbuilt nature of the bike. That plus I felt it would kill it on the New England single track.
Run it in the slack setting with a mm pike. Just got back from Kingdom Trails last weekend—Bike tore it up!! Recover your password. Get help. Banshee Prime V3 All-Mountain Bike Available as a frame and shock combination, the Banshee Prime V3 comes in raw silver or black colorways New for , the V3 Banshee Prime all mountain bike is, you guessed it, longer, lower and slacker, than the V2.
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The Phantom isn't designed to compete with bikes that have the same travel. It is NOT an XC bike. You have to think a bit outside the box here.
The Phantom has been raced at multiple EWS rounds Oh well, if you guys are so reasonable then why aren't you all just ride Canyon Spectral or YT Capra?
Because honestly, If I were a scientologist and part time numerologist with an excel sheet with things to tick, buying anything else than German direct order bikes would sounds silly to me.
Dialled Geo, quite light, great components, unbeatable price. I live in a place where many people can afford anything, yet there are plenty of unreasonable individuals who buy bikes like Banshee.
Think of bike companies and their bikes like bands and songs - You obviously don't run an excel sheet where you state particular characteristcs why you like some band ate?
Banshees like Commencals are built for strength and sorry but Santa Cruz carbon bikes that could last as much are V10, Nomad and maybe Bronson.
This is about TASTE not convenience. Then there are many terrains on this Planet hilly areas where such bike is just a better choice because running a 7" rig like Nomad or Enduro29 gives you nothing more but an incentive to sit more on your butt, while 5" bike is still rideable on harshest tracks in the world, with big enough fork.
So relax, not everything in this world must be measurable and put into a box. The "trail" genre gets more and more popularity anyways, I remember being ridiculed for buying a Nomad in , which was qualified by then as XC bike in the extremely open minded, chilled and relaxed world of Downhill and Freeride.
I get that this style of a bike is somewhat niche, and its not meant to compete directly with longer travel rigs.
However there is no reason why this bike can't be lighter. If they had the exact same components as a longer travel bike they should at least weigh the same.
As if it was the first heavy bike from their quiver - My guess:they use same tubes as Spitty and Rune?
Ahh waki Why don't they ride a Canyon or YT? Geee ummm because they don't ship to North America? Full sus is full sus, the weight and spec are based around intended use, and adding an inch of travel has virtually no impact on the cost of the frame as said above.
The point is the frame is for someone who gets the burlyness of an AM rig, without the uber-squish of a 6" travel bike. This could be a pound lighter, but why?
Sounds like this thing is stiff as hell where it needs to be, which is gonna matter way more than the feeling of a pound less of material between your legs.
I think you have to look at this bike similar to the way you would a hardtail for xc riding. Sure, you could have more travel out back, but I think the rider who chooses this bike has already determined that too much travel at the wrong time doesn't make for the kind of riding they enjoy.
After riding a 5" travel bike for years I went back to a hardtail. First a 26er, now a 29er, and I never think of going back to rear squish for anything but gravity oriented stuff.
I love the way a hardail rides, and appreciate the efficiency on out of the saddle climbs. That said, if I was to get some squish going again, a bike like this would appeal to me most as there would still be efficiency and trail feedback of less travel, while giving me more confidence to ride bigger.
Lastly, a SantaCruz Tall boy Alu with a worse spec is just under 5 grand, so not sure why this bike is seen as so expensive.
If you want more travel from a slack angle 29er, then get a Salsa Horsethief. It'll cost less than a Banshee too and weigh about the same.
Okay, completely throw out the travel concern then The weight alone makes it a none contender IMO, and quite frankly, for 5 thousand freaking dollars it's not a very good looking bike either!
If that bike were to pass by me, I'd easily mistake it for year old bike. It also lacks a few features you'd expect on a bike that expensive.
PHeller Nov 3, at Below Threshold show comment. I have to agree with all the above comments. This frame design doesn't really do anything new.
It's Banshee's same great KS-Link held together with Banshee's beefy boat anchor tubing. Despite this heavy tubing, Banshee's still break, not often but it does happen.
There are a lot of great options out there that will cost less, ride just as good, and be considerably lighter than the Phantom.
Honestly, I would rather go spend 5 grand on a bike that's made from a more reputable brand than risk it with this bike I don't mean to bash Banshee in any way, but from the viewpoint of a normal consumer, that's a really steep price for people to consider.
Obviously the price is decent in today's market, but I think many would agree that they would rather spend their hard earned bucks on a more well-known and reliable brand.
This is a bike that has potential, but really doesn't appear to have anything new or exciting, which isn't exactly attractive considering the bill.
Why some of you people have so much negative stuff to say? For fks sake: one day peoole btch on mass brands, then a niche brand comes along and you btch that it is more expensive and not as good as a huge brand which to top that suddenly becomes trusted?
Enduro 29 has been mentioned here several times, despite the fact that it got nothing but sht in each of reviews or press releases on this site?
Specialized in general gets screwed here, suddenly: a benchmark! Whenever a carbon bike comes along I also read loads of arguments like: just take a dump before going out for a ride.
Please do take my advice: bikes presented here are like songs on the radio: some tunes get into your ear some don't, you can always turn off the radio.
Just do as if you were in a car, so if you kept your doors shut and windows up, nobody can hear your "i hate that fxxx Rihanna bxxx, they're playin it again".
It is just better than rolling down the window and shouting through megaphone: too expensiveeee! Too Short chainstays!
USD superior until DVO and RS-1 announced pricing buahahah Gearboooox bllere fakabaaa bleeeeee! Oh deeeight : I thought the smartest of the breed you being THE male Alpha in it really buy stuff from ebay and classifieds?
You know, guys who know so much must know the channels in'it? And how exactly are you motivating picking on me being moronic while it seems that there is something moronic with "free" trade regulations in the land of the free.
How is that my problem? As usual you must project your anger caused by incompatibility with anything that isn't in your retro, old junk style on someone here.
Loneliness is a btch, I know and I mean it, I share your pain. I saw a picture of the bike a year ago, had a Stumpjumper FSR 26 at that time. Don't know why exactly - I just ordered the frame this year and have been riding the Phantom since Juli.
I went from a well-known brand and 26 to a niche brand and 29 er. Doesn't sound sensible - but guess what? Excellent decision, I am still stoked.
This bike is just so much fun to ride. Baph - it was sensible. Whst isn't sensible is buying cheap yet uglyaxx On-One and behaving as if Cotic or BTR were the choice of fools.
There are two types of helpless people on this site: those who constantly whine on stuff and those who whine on those who whine - I am happy to admit to be the latter.
WAKIdesigns I have yet to see a used YT bike anywhere in the US. WAKIdesigns I wasn't being negative, I was just explaining my opinion.
I have nothing against any bike brand out there, that was just my immediate impression about the topic. Lighten up man. Just curious, what exactly makes it more fun to ride?
I'm hoping that price will come down a ton once these bikes aren't brand new anymore. MX Nov 3, at Just sayin. RLEnglish Nov 3, at Go and buy a Spec Be one of those people I believe the weight claim of Banshee.
I think everyone would be shocked if you started weighing bikes at the trailhead. We did one time and a lot of the bikes were easily 5 pounds more than what the manufactures claimed.
PHeller Nov 3, at Except there is proof in the form of scale shots from numerous people who have nothing to prove.
People get super protective of Banshees for some reason. So don't you think that PB should do scale shots?
It should be part of every review. As much as I like the Waki vs D8 stuff. Back to the start. Shouldn't you be able to use lighter tubing with less travel for the same usage?
A longer travel frames suspension absorbs more of the impact than a shorter travel frame's. Thus if it is using heavier tubing then it is either intended for more hardcore terrain or it is being beefed up to allow it to endure the greater impacts it has to withstand because there is less suspension absorbing the hits.
I learned this by tacoing wheels on a hardtail that I could run a lighter wheel on a FS bike to make up for the extra weight of the frame.
Also look at the other parts of the kit like the tyres it's all pretty hardcore stuff. Slopestyle bikes are low travel and weigh over 30lbs.
WAKIdesigns Nov 4, at I owned a SC Nomad frame for almost 6 years, which got modernized by changing every single last bit on it including shock and headset.
I loved the frame but I thought I could buy something new, stupidly I thought that A "modern bikes" are evidently better no and B the frame was too small and I am held back by it's size as long reach is the new black no After a long search I decided to go for Banshee Spitfire V2 because of great reputation of it's predecessor save bushings instead of bearings.
I did notice the staggering weight but my experience with strength training vs not training made me believe in my abilities to overcome 2 pounds of additional weight OH my God Oh my Gaeeeed!
The great bloke at Banshee Danmark - Rasmus said that I would have to wait a couple of months. Two weeks later I found the blessing that felt on the world thanks to B histeria.
Santa Cruz was throwing 26" bikes over the window and I got Blur Trc for half of MSRP, cheaper than Banshee Spitifire. At the time of the war, accurate surface-to-air missiles had not yet been developed and the vast majority of enemy aircraft did not have onboard radar , and AA guns were all but ineffective at fast, high-altitude targets.
Air defense tactics still largely depended on being able to see the enemy, and US commanders soon discovered that a lone high-flying F2H-2P was almost impossible for ground forces to spot, much less shoot down.
The aircraft was soon in very high demand for the invaluable battlefield photography it could provide. F2H-2Ps received USAF fighter escorts when operating in areas frequented by enemy fighters.
Despite being deployed constantly throughout the war, only two F2H-2Ps were lost to radar-directed AA gunfire, with no air-to-air losses.
The USN deployed the new radar-equipped F2H-3 and F2H-4 for all-weather fleet defense after the conclusion of the Korean War, but only as a stopgap measure until the much faster F9F Cougar , F3H Demon , and F4D Skyray could be deployed in significant numbers.
Later variants of the Banshee served for only a few years on the front lines and saw no action. Similarly, the F2H-2P was superseded by the F9F-8P later RF-9J variant of the F9F Cougar and the F8U-1P later RF-8A variant of the F8U Crusader as these faster aircraft became available.
During the Korean War, the US was concerned about a general war in Europe involving the Soviet Union and the total lack of intelligence on that country, in particular the location of airfields.
The US Navy devised a plan named "Operation Steve Brody ", where four F2H-2P photo reconnaissance Banshees would launch from a carrier cruising on routine maneuvers off the north-east coast of Greece and fly north photographing the land mass of Russia bordering the Black Sea.
In May , the U. Navy presented the plan to Secretary of Defense Robert Lovett, with the request that he take it to President Harry Truman. Lovett refused, effectively canceling the operation.
Later, in , there was another crisis involving the possible invasion of Taiwan by Communist China. Marine Banshees were chosen for secret overflights of areas where the Communist Chinese would be preparing such an invasion.
Unlike the proposed photo-flights over the Soviet Union in , these missions were escorted by other Marine Banshee fighters based in South Korea.
Twenty-seven missions took place without incident. Surviving examples are located on display in private collections and at several naval air stations and marine corps air stations in the United States, including two examples on display at the National Museum of Naval Aviation at Naval Air Station Pensacola , Florida  and one example at the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar , California.
Unfortunately, due to fiscal wrangling in the Canadian Cabinet , the purchase was not approved until after Banshee production had been shut down in In order to improve the Banshee's capabilities as a long-range interceptor, the RCN equipped the aircraft with the AIM-9 Sidewinder missile.
The RCN conducted sea trials of the Sidewinder in November , during which several remotely piloted drone aircraft were shot down. The Banshee, although initially well liked by its Canadian pilots for its flying qualities, began to suffer from problems in RCN service.
A Banshee and its pilot were lost after an inflight structural failure of the folding wing mechanism, and another Banshee suffered an apparent brake failure aboard Bonaventure and rolled off the carrier's deck, falling into the ocean and drowning its pilot.
Utilization of the Banshees fell as the RCN shifted its primary focus to anti-submarine warfare ASW. Bonaventure was too small to accommodate many Banshees while carrying a sufficient number of CS2F Trackers to conduct around-the-clock ASW patrols, so the carrier frequently left port with no Banshees aboard.
The last RCN Banshees were retired without replacement in September They were the only jet-powered carrier-based fighters ever deployed by the RCN.
Banshees were the primary aircraft of the short-lived RCN Grey Ghosts aerobatic team. The team's name was a play on the Banshee name and the RCN color scheme.
The RCN's Banshee fleet was too small to maintain a special contingent of aircraft for airshow service, so the team simply flew whichever active-duty Banshees were available at the time of each show.
You barely notice any pedal bob while pushing up a hill. The KS2 linkage on the rear suspension is a really smooth linkage that helps you take advantage of the limited mm travel the bike comes with.
This does make trail feedback happen when you take it into some nasty lines. The chainstays have added internal ribbing for additional frame support without adding too much weight.
This bike is built super well and will give that ultimate feedback of speed and control when you take it down the right line.
You may also find yourself spending some more time in the air than expected, but the stiff frame and KS2 will help you land softly and keep on trucking.
Build Options. The Bottom L ine. We were super impressed with the Banshee, and it comes with all the bells and whistles and then some of more expensive carbon framed bikes that have been reviewed on this list.
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All items returned must be in 'as new' condition and be complete with their original packaging.I like God Of War Geschichte, personally go ahead, crucify me - I live in California and think the trade-off they present is fair, and again, I take more satisfaction in cleaning something with a 29er's slower Epic Defense than I do on my old 26" bikes. I could build a bike better than this, for probably less! Despite this heavy tubing, Banshee's Benjamin Lavernhe break, not often but it does happen. This helps to firm up the rest of the frame while allowing the frame to be lightweight but stiff. Doh I mean't lighter tubing more travel for same usage. The large frame has mm of reach to keep the riding position neutral for the climbs yet engaged in the descents. Gravity folks think that they can setup the bike right and they also think that days of people setting their bikes up Sky Sport News Reporterin soft, tyres pumped up too hard are long gone. Government regulations make food less safe, not more safe. JesseE this Top 10 Smartphones 2021 actually an inside Die Stadt Und Die Macht that was started by WAKIdesigns ; we have been going at it about economics for months. Thomas Margulies in. Steckbrief: Banshee Phantom V3. Einsatzbereich, Trail, All-Mountain. Federweg, mm/ mm. Laufradgröße, 29ʺ. Im Bikemarkt: Banshee Phantom neu und gebraucht kaufen oder verkaufen. Sicher, einfach und schnell - greif jetzt zu! XL: derzeit ausverkauft (ETA ) Das Banshee Phantom, der Vorreiter seiner Artmm Federweg, gepaart mit einer aggressiven Geometrie und 29". Das Phantom ist der neuste Wurf von Banshee. Es lässt sich nur schwer in eine Kategorie stecken. 29″ Laufräder und mm Federweg in Verbindung mit.