I don't know yet, it's so cold and snowy in Denver right now- I rode it yesterday at Boulder Indoor Cycling's mtb skills thingy, and that's the only riding it's seen so far.Blyth said:Very nice! Might be just what I'm looking for! Does it ride the roots as well as it looks?
kali said:very nice bike !! just a bit white but so nice !
It seems it is a Fox talas at 130mm right ? doesn't look like a 160mm fork
Easy, with the turn of a knob, it's 160mm in the front. It makes for a more versatile setup. In CO, we have steep climbs, and running the front end really low at 100mm helps getting up steep technical lines. Then on the way down, you can take the bigger lines with a burly setup and 160mm.kali said:hmmmh at this time I can't understand why to run this bike at 100mm with hammerschmidt, SX and all that stuff...
it looks like a very big XC
Thanks.Randy156 said:mtg7aa that is a very sweet bike. I'm 95% sure I'm going to buy a covert but i can't quite decide. I'm a bit of a fat bastard (6' 2, 220lbs) and I'm not sure if the frame is strong enough. What do you guys, as owners of coverts, think?