Mountain Bike Action puts the Sight C 7.2 to the Test
August 14, 2015
“British Columbia is home to some of the best riding in the world, with epic mountains, lush forests and technical trails. Any bike that was designed in this type of environment is sure to be a capable rig. The Sight Carbon 7.2 is a bike that was born in B.C. and has grown up to explore mountain bike trails all over while never forgetting its roots. We brought one of these Canuck-born-and-bred all-mountain machines stateside to see if it’s truly the kind of trail-ripping machine we would expect a company with access to North Shore trails to build.”
B.C.-born: The Sight has B.C. roots that are felt on every technical section of the trail. The more we rode the Sight, the more we realized how few boundaries this machine has.
WHO IS IT MADE FOR?
The Sight has a little something for everyone. Whether you’re an experienced trail or enduro rider looking for something that will climb better but still hold its own on descents, or a cross-country racer looking for a light all-mountain bike, this bike was made for you.
The price of this bike is competitive at less than six grand, and it includes a Reverb dropper post, X1 drivetrain, Guide RS brakes, Cane Creek DB Inline shock and Rockshox Pike RC fork.
Read the full review here.