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what's the real world difference on the trail for the rider with all these different systems. i'm not looking for an engineering dissertation or regurgitated marketing splech, just a practical guide as what design is best applied to what use.Read More »
hope this video hasn't been posted prior. it does come from the horses mouth, but it's interesting nevertheless:
can anyone comme ... Read More »
So instead of a this vs that thread, I thought I would see if anyone had anything strong to say against the Giant TraceX's Maestro suspension etc. Any reason these aren't worthy bikes? I don't think I can afford say a Ripley. Would I be missing out on true new FS design nirvana?Read More »
Does anyone have any idea how to remove the rear shock from a Giant Maestro suspension? I want to service my rp2 shock, but can figure out how to get the bottom of the shock out.
Anyone have any ideas/suggestions?
Thanks!Read More »