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Went to falls city today to break in the new fork and just plain have a good time. Only pics taken were down in Basic. We were having too much fun riding the trails to stop for photo op's. all in all it was a good day. The first 2 were taken by my wife, and the others were by my friend ryan. Enjoy:

Coming back around on an x-up


Ryan with the no footer


Some air with no style


Just a pretty shot
 

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n8nate said:
That sounds like a sweet setup!! :thumbsup:
How do you like it so far?

-Nate
I absotively love it. The bike is quick and lite, and gets around on the trail really well. I have yet to dirt jump the thing just trail and a little urban. The fork is really sweet for the first ride, especially after all of the work i did to get it down to 130mm. I just hope i can get in enough rides between now and whistler to really break it in.
 

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sortafast said:
I absotively love it. The bike is quick and lite, and gets around on the trail really well. I have yet to dirt jump the thing just trail and a little urban. The fork is really sweet for the first ride, especially after all of the work i did to get it down to 130mm. I just hope i can get in enough rides between now and whistler to really break it in.
What shock are you running? The stock RP3?

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nope, ditched that and went with a ROCO. Best thing i did to that bike. It pedals not so goood, but it is oh so buttery and doesnt bottom anymore. The RP3 would be good for just dirt jumping, but for trail riding and what i do on it the ROCO works a lot better. It added about 1.5lbs to the bike, but it was worth it. I think i am up to about 37lbs unfortunately, but i still have a few things to do to cut the pork on it as soon as the $$$ and the wife will allow.
 

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nope, ditched that and went with a ROCO. Best thing i did to that bike. It pedals not so goood, but it is oh so buttery and doesnt bottom anymore. The RP3 would be good for just dirt jumping, but for trail riding and what i do on it the ROCO works a lot better. It added about 1.5lbs to the bike, but it was worth it. I think i am up to about 37lbs unfortunately, but i still have a few things to do to cut the pork on it as soon as the $$$ and the wife will allow.
Damn, 66rc2x AND a Roco? That thing must be awesome to ride!!

-Nate
 
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