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That's interesting, because I think the opposite way. After 3 years with a Intense Spider29 I bought a XL-Tallboy with F29-120mm fork. After first 300 miles I think, that I'll reduce fork travel to 100mm. The Tallboy isn't as twitchy and it doesn't climb as good as the Spider29 (which I really loved). Have a look on the following picture and you'll see what I mean.CPATCRASH said:I have been running mine at 100mm for a few weeks and over all it's fine. With that being said I think I will have it bumped to 120mm. I am not a racer and the extra travel will slow the handling down a bit. My last bike was a Seven and the Tallboy steers quicker. I think it's the short chain stays.
Me to:thumbsup: I have seen bikes with a lock out for up hill but that switch would be better:thumbsup:teamdicky said:Can't stop staring....
I'm just fascinated by gif's. Usually ones with bouncy girl parts, but the bikes seem to hold my attention as well.muzzanic said:Me to:thumbsup: I have seen bikes with a lock out for up hill but that switch would be better:thumbsup:
Although it would depend on if the switch was on the Right hand or Left hand side,It would need to be on the right hand side or it would be a deal braker for me.