E2...is T Money sporting a Van36 on his 6point6?[email protected] said:I won a DH last weekend on mine, granted it's more of a Super D course, but does have some hellacious rocks and a couple drops. for some photos of T Money jumping the big double follow this link, look on page 3 of the Eureka Springs event, he's the guy wearing the red jersey, and Dee Max.http://lisamariephotos.tripod.com. The gap is about 21 feet.
I'm with Kidwoo on this one. I own a 6.6 and it's a phenomenal bike, but not up to the task of heavy duty freeride and DH - at least not as I define it.kidwoo said:Not really.
At least not what i consider dh abuse.
there's an uzzi and m3 for that.
:thumbsup: Uzzi is the way to go!TheNewOriginal said:If you are still looking to get that one-bike, the 6.6 might be your ticket,
but if you're planning to go big, i suggest you go for the Uzzi.
I did, and I am very happy with it (although it made some of the technical parts too easy.. )
Time get the scale re-calibratedscreamingforvengeance said:Get the Uzzi you can build it solid and light, mine weighs about 32.5 right now and handles everything I throw at it.
Wow you guys must be so hardcore Bender type riders droppin 50 foot drops cuz I hammer on my bike ,and had never had a problem with ANYTHING breaking on it .Here are some pics none on a scale,will have to go the shop for that one.kidwoo said:Speed holes.
If I put the parts from my 6.6 on my uzzi, I'm sure it would be close to 33lbs.
It would fall apart the first ride down anything interesting but it would be light.