This is the lightest Sako rifle ever made, and features a carbon fiber stock with a soft-touch surface, a right-hand palm swell and a cheek piece. The 85 Carbonlight is ideal for medium-sized game and is comfortable to carry, even on long treks.
The truss frames uses carbon fibres that are hand laid in a unique diamond formation to reduce weight increase strength and minimise vibration for a more effortless and comfortable ride over conventional carbon fibre tube frames.
However the truss frame has come up against some serious scrutiny over the past few years its been around, with claims of the frame holding mud, and dirt between the sections, rendering the weight saving exercise useless.
Whether the accusations are indeed true or not, it is always good to see that new materials and processes are being applied to further improving the riding experience, for those individuals looking to get around under their own power.
We would like to hear your thoughts and opinions on the Truss carbon fibre bike frame, and whether it has a place in the future of bikes?
You may of heard of kitesurfing—which is hard to say the least, but have you ever heard of Kitefoiling?
Kitefoiling is the cross between kitesurfing, wakeboarding, hoverboarding and flying, by combining a large slightly curved tray and some clever carbon fibre fins in the form of a hydrofoil you make one of the coolest toys the water has ever seen.
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