Woodstock 707 is Finally HERE!

After just a few days that Woodstock Bikes announced that they were shipping out bikes, we ended up getting our test subject in today.

So you’re probably wondering how the 707 handled the trails, well its like this.

Right when I got on the 707, I definitely felt like this bike can handle anything I can throw at it. The 707 is quick, responsive and it soaks up the trails. With out going into further details of the ride, I mean that’s what reviews are for…But the 707 is definitely a contender.

Here’s the 707 on my roof rack heading home on the infamous 405 freeway.

I hit the Fullerton Loop since its practically in my backyard.

The 707 is nicely equipped with Sram components, Manitou Radium Rear Shock, Manitou Axel Fork and WTB Weirwolf tires.

What’s cool is you can lock out the front fork. Man that’s going to save your butt on the climbs!

4 Bar link suspension…mmm plush…

Fat tires from WTB grabs onto the trail with out any problems.

Here’s the full specs of the 707:

Bottom Bracket: Truvativ Powerspline
Brake Levers: Avid FR-5
Cassette: SRAM PG950, 11–34T, 9 speed
Crankset: Truvativ Blaze 3.0, 9 speed
Chain: SRAM PC-951
Chainwheel 44/32/22
Front Fork: Manitou Axel Elite FFD (Fluid Flow Damping) w/100mm Travel, Upgraded with Firm Spring & Lockout
Frame: Double-Butted Four-Bar 7005 Alloy (A614-0)
Front Brake: Avid BB5 Mechanical Disc
Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore Top Swing
Front Hub: WTB LaserDisc Lite
Grips Velo VLG-486AD2 ViceGrips
Handlebar: Answer ProTaper
Headset: WTB Momentum C
Pedals: Wellgo LU-964 Alloy
Rear Brake: Avid BB5 Mechanical Disc
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X-7
Rear Hub: WTB LaserDisc Lite
Rear Shock Manitou Radium R PPD (Platform Plus Damping) Air Shock
Rims: Dual Duty XC
Saddle: WTB Lazer V Team
Seatpost: Truvativ XR Single Bolt
Shifters: SRAM X-7 Trigger
Stem: Truvativ XR
Spokes: 14G Stainless Steel Black
Tires: WTB Weirwolf 26″ x 2.1″

Stick around for a review of the Woodstock Bikes 707.

About the author

RL Policar is an avid mountain biker and the Editor In-Chief of MtnBikeRiders.com and BikeCommuters.com. Between the two sites, he's published well over 4,000 articles (and growing).