Going up in the morning and if anyone wants to ride a few trails with me, that'd be awesome :thumbsup:
Blue Velvet will be either on my 1st run or 2nd run. Not only will I avoid that drop but I won't "make up a new spot to drop from" either :lol:kenbentit said:Just remember; When you see the double black diamond sign on Blue Velvet (had a bra hanging on it), just ignore the temptation and stay wayyyy left. No need for a sequel to my video masterpiece :yikes:
I used the RC4 the whole time. Was too busy riding to test anything else :lol: Maybe next time.... although the coil was so 'rad' that I can't imagine trying anything else. One thing I was super happy with was that my settings from my home track felt perfect to me up at W. There might have been two times when I felt like I could have used another click of rebound, maybe.louiffe said:Nice report! Just for the record you seem to be a nice guy even tough if you are from the US of A (say the french canadian...)
Quick question for you: Did you use the RC4 or the DHX air? If you used the latter did you feel you were blowing through your travel in the big berms of Crank it up / A-Line??? If not, what are your settings?
Im really struggling with adjusting my shock so I dont dramatically blow the travel when Im pushing in a berm...
ouch.kenbentit said:The now infamous "Bra Drop" line (although I wasn't technically on the line). This is what a near vert nose wheelie looks like, with a rock landing. Plenty of profanity in this
I think he rode it the rest of the weekend, with a new wheeldog said:hmmm... someone should move those rocks...
that was actually pretty scary... glad you are ok...
how did your poor pheonix do?