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BMC Velvet Womens

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Product Description

  • Frame Material: Alloy Double Butted
  • Fork: Rock Shox Recon Gold TK
  • Handlebar: Scor MKII, Low Rise
  • Brakes: Shimano 446, 180mm Rotor
  • Shifters: Shimano Deore

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X-Fusion Velvet Volume reducers (too linear)?

I am bottoming out the 140mm RL too easily. With proper sag (25%) I can blow through 90% travel doing a bunny hop. It also bottoms out on the trail a lot. The problem seems to be landing to flat, even a tiny height bottoms out (less than a foot) Currently riding with 5-10% sag to stiffen it up an ... Read More »

XFusion Velvet Long term report

I have been running a 2012 XFusion velvet RL for about 18months now. For the money, not sure how you could beat this fork. I put together quick list of pros and cons. Pros: - very tunable fork. even though it is a single air, the fork responses well to small air pressure and rebound adjust ... Read More »

X-Fusion Velvet Damper Oil Volume???

Does anybody know how much oil to put in the damper for a Velvet? It's not on their website.Read More »

XC hardtail: late model Talas RL or brand new X-fusion Velvet RL2?

Pulled my 26er out of storage and am rediscovering the joys of riding a hardtail 26er. It's a nice change of pace from my 29er. However, the 100mm Dart 2 fork is a real bummer. It was sufficient when I was starting out. But it can't compare to the Fox on my 29er and it doesn't really keep up ... Read More »

X-fusion Velvet on a Race-type bike?

Anyone here using an X-fusion Velvet on a race-type bike? Either a hardtail or short travel FS? Can you compare it to any other forks? Is it genuinely a good fork or just the only game in town for a 650b race fork? Is axle to crown such where if I had a hardtail frame made, the frame would work ... Read More »



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