The 66 is awesome. I don't have it dialed in complete quite yet though.matty81 said:What you think about a fox 36 fork on my 2005 ASX frame? or you prefer a marzoocchi 66 on this frame??
A wife riding and jumping on an ASX ?! How can you beat that ? This picture with wrecked car is NICE!levee67 said:Two pics of Tina, my wife, on her AS-X. I'll do these in MTBR upload order, rather than as displayed.
First photo is at Sandhill Ranch last year, when the bike had the Jr T. She loved that fork.
Second photo is in Pacifica, from earlier this year, when she was 4 months off a broken arm and 4 months pregnant. She hit this jump a little too aggro for my taste. Luckily, baby Olive came out fine. The bike is sporting a Zoke 66rc.
Anyone know who makes a DH rig for a 21-inch rider?
Summit said:A couple of mine...I'm saving up for a 66 or a Totem for the front end next season for sure - I want a lighter front end, as much as I love the Shiver.
In action (corkscrew stunt):
New rims, tires, and Juicy 7's this year (this pic still has the Hayes):