With a short stem, wide bars, and a long front center, the rider has all the control that he needs for an All-Mountain bike. The Force now also featured 27.5? wheels, which means the rider has the roll-over-anything confidence he’d get with a 29? wheel with the maneuverability, handling, and braking power of a 26? wheel. The 27.5? wheel size coupled with the radical new suspension system, AOS, will elevate any rider’s mountain biking experience to the next level.
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Riding some sweet single track this morning, mostly in high gear. Also tried some rather unorthodox static “toe” & “hand” shifting while balancing in static position. Shifting is normally done while pedaling, by "swiping" the shift buttons with the sides of your shoes. Your feet don't change positio ... Read More »
I recently moved my race MTB from 2x10 to XX1. I have a Specialized Crux Expert Carbon Disc. I'd like to move the X-9 Rear Derailleur and XG-1080 Cassette over to the cross bike... it has Force Double Tap shifters. I think it's possible; anyone know of any reason I might run into trouble?
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I have a GT force Carbon with a carbon lefty on it. I pieced this bike together so it has quite a mix of parts. shimano xt rear derailleur, cannondale cranks, juicy 3 brakes, and shimano shifters, fox float rear shock just to name some of the more expensive stuff. Im going to try to sell it here soo ... Read More »
Santa Cruz Bronson?
I have an upgrade itch, but part of me is afraid I might not notice a big difference
I have a Talas 160 fork, xt brakes, rp 23, xs dropper post, schwalbe Rocket Rons and Nobby Nics on Crank Bros Iodine wheelsRead More »
Has anyone ridden the 2013 Force 1.0? I'm between a medium and a large. Almost all the bikes I ride are mediums, but when I look at the sizing chart, it looks like I can ride a large. I'm 5'10 with a 31-32" inseam and have relatively long arms. I'm about 170lbs.
Any thoughts? I understand th ... Read More »