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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by dump, Oct 13, 2018.

  1. sundaydoug

    sundaydoug Monkey

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    I was riding in Sedona, so a mix of smooth hardpack and chunk. Aside from the red dirt everywhere and big rock slabs I didn't feel that the terrain was all that different than the east-coast tech I'm used to. I was only there for a day though, so not nearly enough time to judge the terrain properly. It was also the first time that I had ever been there, so it wasn't the best setting for any kind of objective comparison.

    I rode the fork on my buddy's bike for about an hour before switching back to a familiar bike with a Fox 36. I didn't ride any trails with braking bumps, so I can't comment on that aspect.
     
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    djjohnr Turbo Monkey

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    jackalope Mental acuity - 1%

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    slyfink Turbo Monkey

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    They sure put a good spin on it at the end... "Not great currently, but it shows promise, so with a little more effort, we might want to ride it".
     
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    The Bike advertising sales department wrote that part.
     
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