You need a couple of different tools to be a four-cross or dual slalom racer. For the buttery smooth World Cup courses, most of Yeti?s racers will run the DJ. When the going gets rough, the 4x is the way to go. This purpose-built bike has been in Yeti?s race team?s quiver since it?s inception as a special projects bike over four years ago. Why it this? Because it is one hell of a fun bike and is at home on all types of terrain. The progressive 3.25 inches of travel is stiff on the takeoffs and gives you a bit of cushion if you miss a landing. Perfect for any type of riding from jumping to railing a berm. Features: -3.25" travel -Custom 7005 tubeset -Laterally stiff -Custom sealed bearings -ISCG 05 mounts -Low leverage ratio
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I have a steel DJ bike and a dh race bike. I need something in between that can do trail rides with 10 mile climbs and pedal well but still jump well. I want it to be really stiff with a thru axle rear preferably. About 5" travel. Can a trance hold up to some big jumps, with a 150mm fork? Other ... Read More »
I just bought a used 2009 norco 4x and noticed that the stanchions have some terrible chips on the surface area. I was wondering if anyone knew how much a upper assembly would cost or if there was any way I could limp-fix this until I buy a new fork. I know this isnt the right forum but I also notic ... Read More »
Round two of the 2013 Winter Bike Series is this weekend (Feb 24th) at the Camden Snow Bowl. Come join the fun. All proceeds go back to support local trails.
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I've been looking for a replacement for my Marzocchi Drop Off fork since I was "lucky" enough and scratched its stanchions quite badly and I ran into a guy selling this 4X 2007 fork for $125.
iirc these 2007 forks were still made in Italy and had a reputation of being burly and ... Read More »