There are options... you can head on down to the canal and spin back or you can climb 24th St. which pops out on mormon. Or, you could just join us and allow the Boo Crew to be your guideeatdrinkride said:Great video. You guys kept up a real nice flow, it made the trails look much less daunting than they really are.
I still have yet to hit Holbert b/c I have no idea where it dumps out at or the best way to get back up.
have the same combo but the NN still waits in the box for it's turn upfront. The RR is great on dry conditions and not as bad as I was warned on muddy conditions. The RR is sure not reccomended for wet though!. Enjoyswade said:I spent the day rollin' some new tires. Both tubeless, 2.4 NN up front and 2.25 RR in rear. This is my first tubeless experience and I love them so far.
Wish I had some riding pics, but no one else would ride with me in 20 degree weather at 9am. I say, what better way to start the year!
The combo is great to this point. But that's only riding on frozen dirt this time of year. I can't wait for warm weather to really do some shreddin'. They are very true to size from what I can tell. The 2.25 RR is substantially bigger and higher volume that my 2.1 Nevegals. This setup seems to have great cush and grip and rolls and accelerates great. I haven't settled on the best psi yet. Ran them at 31-32 so far and I'm going to drop it to 28-30.edbraunbeck said:Swade,
How do like the tire combo so far? I'm considering the same setup on my Pivot Mach 5. By the way, what does the width of each measure in at? I have Conti Mountain Kings 2.2 which aren't bad. They seem to run very narrow and the front has washed out a couple times.
Nice looking build! I was debating between 575, Blur LT2 and Pivot Mach 5.