Pro Bike Check: Mick Hannah’s Protoype Polygon Collosus w/ New Parts from Spank, and More
Mick Hannah was on fire at the Crankworx Air DH race. His ridiculous run, video above, put him in the hot seat for a few tense runs until Captain Canada dropped in. Steve Smith (and his moustache), fresh of a win at the MSA World Cup race, defended his A-Line crown by a full 1.77 seconds on the brand new, enduro oriented, Devinci Troy.
While Steve is the man of the hour, Sick Mick is looking quick, and we fully expect to see him set a blistering pace at the Canadian Open DH Race on Sunday. Drop past the break to check out his race steed. It’s something all new and dripping with goodies.
Starting from the front, Mick keeps it moto with the half waffle ODI Ruffian MX grip.
These prototype Spank handlebars have something special shaping lurking within. Our Spank rep wouldn’t say anything more. We’re assuming that means stronger, lighter, and stiffer, but we’ll know for sure when we stop by at Eurobike.
The frame is now sporting either a PF or BB30 shell, while the current Colossus has a threaded BB.