You don't need a 200-millimeter, dual-crown equipped, DH sled to have fun on gravity trails or at the park. In fact, all one really needs is a well-thought-out frame with adequate travel, playful geometry, and an ideal balance of strength and weightlike the Rocky Mountain Slayer Royale. Burly where it needs it, with weight centralized low in the chassis, the Royale will make airborne and high-speed riding the grin-inducing experience it should.
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Can't seem to find any, picked up a brand new frame for $550, need some ideas. Gonna be a dedicated bike park/mini DH bike. Going with a Fox Float 180mm RLC Kashima fork and an Angleset should get me to 63.5 degree HA and still not raise the BB much. Swapping the stock Marzocchi Roco Air R for a R ... Read More »
picking up a NOS 2010 Slayer SS/Royaleframe to replace my lift and shuttle/Moab trip frame. (an aging Devinci Frantik that works great as a plow bike, but isn't much in the finesse department, which is how i prefer to ride) but have a few questions. Looks to be a good fit and has the geometr ... Read More »