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ha ha.. :thumb:
I'm still happy enough with my stock DHX3 with minimum pressure, a fairly soft spring running lots of sag and fairly fast rebound.
FFS of course Nico skids, he wheelies too
ha ha.. Moar skids and wheelies than you
Enduro looks ****, why does this enrage you?
Meh.. Even with Nico riding Enduro looks absolutely rubbish on screen
out of interest, Why?
Monkeyfcuker on here has that set up on his ol Sunday and seems to like it.
ha ha.. no I hate UK gravity Enduro
You're probably thinking of Gary Forrest, Ex Elite DHer from Peebles, Scotland, just down the road.. I'm old enough to be his dad and the only thing I'm likely...
don't worry, it's not you that's 'tarded
Actual seat tube angle is simply the angle between the seat-tube and horizontal plane. (whether it's an interupted seattube or more traditional...
just adjust the saddle noses up so they don't look so dorky and take them to a hill for the day (no need to actually ride them, DH is all about the look afterall)
Think someone needs to get out of the lab and do some riding to re-calibrate his fun-meter ;)
But just to oblige..
Frame/Shock: every full suspension frame I've ever owned (from 1995-present)...
Sandwich, that SRAM cassette may well be lighter than Saint but SRAM cassette durability is atrocious in comparisson to Shimano! I've bent and completely split sram sprockets in both 8 speed and 9...
Just to confuse matters not all 17" Sundays are medium. Some small Sunday frames have eactly the same length seat tube as a medium
Troys crash was amazing!!
Head angle doesn't seem unbelievable for the time.
and the weight sounds about right for a 12lb frame draped with XTR, 550g rims single ply folding tyres etc. and the obligatory "no pedals" for...
what do I win? (please don't say the frame ;) )
first gen Saints are solid and real cheap second hand
That is doing harm ^^
if you're skeptical I don't see how it makes any sense thinking you are taking a risk riding without it
a riding buddy got one a few weeks ago and wrote a review of it I'll cut n paste it for you.
It soaks up bumps and stuff.
It corners very nicely.
I even pedalled going downhill at one point.
is that directed at me?
I do sometimes wear a FF helmet, I said as much above.
I'm 42 too been riding since the early 70s and rode a lot o BMX in the 80s and never as much as tried a helmet on...