GOrilla is Dead Aug 19, 2010


Well, I hinted at it before and now it’s brought to the public eye. I guess working on a $900 fixed freestyle frame couldn’t save GOrilla. It’s a shame because I really liked what they were working on. RIP guys. I promised to not say anything until it was public and then I got an email giving me the go-ahead. Wanna read what happened? Check out this Google-translated Ride.ch article here.

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7 responses to “GOrilla is Dead”

  1. aj says:

    bummer. they were sexy bikes maybe if they were cheaper they would have survived

  2. Nic says:

    dammmnnn man, just got my gorilla too likw a month ago. thats pretty sucky, no warrentee, there wasnt one anyway but still ;(

  3. dag says:

    Reeeeeeaaaallllly wanted one of these, but 900 clams for an Italian-built track frame that only fits bmx cranks?

    What. A. Waste.

  4. Sven says:

    sad news indeed :( i remember patrick was so excited when he was in japan networking for distributors…

  5. Palmer says:

    RIP GoRilla . .

  6. Craig says:

    shiiiiiit. that’s a bummer, I was looking at getting one of the rocketrolls. Well, at least I’ve got the limited edition fork…

  7. Andrew says:

    who wants a 1G American dollar fix freestyle frame any way? not a surprise. i was gonna order a few with some guys at the shop i work at and im glad i didnt. even at cost that price is worth an eye roll. its a total mystery to me what that company was thinking.