Manualling, dropping, adjusting body position while jumping, going down super steep sections... It's more difficult with longer wheelbases.When exactly are you trying to get your weight over the back wheel? Not something I've ever found myself struggling with, can you give me an example?
Does it matter? Physics is physics. It is more difficult to get your weight over the back wheel when your hands are farther from the rear axle. I realize that a longer wheelbase centers the rider's mass more on the bike, it makes it more difficult to weight either wheel. You can still do it, but the rider needs to exagerate their movements much more.Which longer reach, steep ST bikes have you tried?
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