Where Is The Ascender In Chonker Speedway? [Facts!]

Many people have expressed an interest in my YouTube videos, asking where they can find the Ascender bike. Since the release of the bike, the interest has only increased. So I decided to turn my questions into a complete guide, answering all about the amazing bike and where to buy it.

First Impression

I remember the first time I saw the Ascender. I was driving to work on the M25 motorway, and I caught a glimpse of a white bike going by. I didn’t know much about it, but I did know that it was expensive and that it was hard to find. As soon as I saw it, I knew that I had to have it. It was about a week later that I started making inquires about it and trying to work out a deal. When I first saw the bike, I though it was a scented candle. It looks exactly like that. It’s very light, almost like a feather. However, it is much more than that. Let’s take a look.

How Is It Made?

The Ascender is made from a series of lightweight materials including aluminum, magnesium, and titanium. Each material is used in a different place on the bike to achieve the desired effect. For example, the aluminum is used for the handlebars and the rear-end, while the magnesium is used for the bottom bracket and the seat posts. The titanium is used for the head pipe, the seat tube, and the steering tube. You get the idea. The end result is an incredibly light yet strong bike that is almost impossible to manufacture. Not only that, but the materials are also eco-friendly and much more sustainable than the typical steel or aluminum bike. Additionally, the bike looks like it could fly using an airplane’s wing as a template. That’s pretty cool if you ask me.

Key Specs

The bike is incredibly well-made, but that’s not the only thing to shout about. When it comes to specs, the bike also impresses. The wheelbase is just over 51 inches, which is just a little bit longer than a typical mountain bike. The bike sits on a 27.5 inch tire, which is both wide and high-profile. This makes for a very stable bike that can take any terrain you throw at it. Additionally, the engine is detachable, and you have the option to run it in either a liquid or gas form. There is also an included CO2 cylinder that you can refill if you run out of gas. The best news is there is a tank fitting on the back, so you won’t have any trouble carrying extra fuel. All in all, this makes it one of the most versatile bikes out there. I can’t think of another bike that comes even close.

Where Can I Buy It?

If you live in the UK, then I would recommend contacting a special bike broker who will be able to get you in touch with the owner of the bike. They will be able to work out a good deal for you, especially if you are a genuine enthusiast. Make sure you ask about warranty protection, as this product isn’t cheap and you are going to be riding it a lot. On the other side of the pond, you will need to search high and low for a good deal on the internet. It’s not easy to find, and it’s worth the effort. Just keep your eyes open for coupons and discounts, as you will likely need them to make it all worth it.

Overall Review:

Overall, I’m quite impressed with the Ascender. It combines lightweight construction, a high-performance engine, and high-end aesthetics into one product that’s both exciting and easy to use. It would be great for someone looking for a high-performance and eco-friendly bike. I’m not sure if I would recommend this bike to a beginner due to the fact that there’s quite a lot of parts that can go wrong, but it’s more than capable of taking a skilled mechanic’s time to get going. Finally, if you’re in the UK, then I would definitely recommend getting in contact with a special bike broker who can help you find the right deal for your budget. They will know how to match you with the right bike, and they will also be able to get you access to parts and service if needed.

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