65 mm of trail is perfect for me -- 72 HTA, 50 mm of fork offset. The single track the bike is pictured on is pretty much perfect too -- except it's currently buried under 2 feet of snow and being scoured by 30 mph winds. That would be the upper reaches of Cactus Canyon in Laramie, WY.Dadaist said:So if you have a trail/ bike combination that just seems to be perfect, let's hear it. Pictures of course help
I would totally attempt to ride that on my mcr. attempt being the key word. looks like fun tho!fux said:It wasn`t meant to sound like im tougher than anyone else.
Just worried that maybe my not built yet sir 9, isnt the right weapon?
Sorry for the small wheel content, but you did ask....
Thanks for posting that video! I had never seen it before.madcap said:Comite River/Kerry Stamey trail in Baton Rouge, developed into about 7 miles of trails. I built my rigid SS specifically for this trail. There is no more than 30 feet elevation change through the whole trail, lots of singletrack with some nice rollers and a few jumps, a few small tech sections, sandy sections, and rooty sections. No real mountains or even rocks to deal with.
video of the trail (right click, save as)