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Long travel hardtail frames - BikeRadar Forum
The long top tube and light weight make it good for going up. The slack head angle makes it good for going down. Its clearly been designed to...
Advantages/Disadvantages of more travel on a hardtail ...
Fun - yes
Faster - probably not
I've got one and I'm no gnarr core hero, and round here the lighter 100mm bike is faster.
Posted 6 years ago #
I love my original 456 with 150 mill forks, My crown to axle length is the same as the Fox RLC 125's that came of my bike. So the way I see it is that i was getting an extra inch of travel for free
Posted 6 years ago #
I've got a...
Long Travel Hardtails-Show me!!! « Singletrack Forum
Theyre for sale if anyone wants them (red tyres), unfortunately i had a parting of ways with the BFe.
Posted 8 years ago #
one of the last rides with this frame. my (now the GF's) old sanderson. 100mm frame but would run it 120mm with sag. looking back on it a little...
Topic: XC vs Trail vs Enduro vs All Mtn vs Free Ride vs DH ...
XC vs Trail vs Enduro vs All Mtn vs Free Ride vs DH ??
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I noticed in the recent survey a question asking you to identify what "type" of rider you are...Personally, I've found these classifications to be somewhat confusing with no clear cut "answer" for a given rider. While I recognize the need...
Long travel hardtail mountain bike - Page 4 - Pinkbike Forum
Just say BB height then.. mines about +15mm..
The problem here, is people using words improperly.
For those of us who use them by definition, makes us confused.
Oh wow you really don't want to understand? Have you ever heard of someone say bb height? Either then when you want specs from a frame....
are long travel hardtails dead ? « Singletrack Forum
I just built up a BFe with 150mm forks, didn't give a 29er a thought. Wanted a bike where I could potentially swap components onto other bikes.
Posted 4 years ago #
LTHT seems to be a British thing. Perhaps it's the combination of not needing FS for most UK trails and the soggy conditions that destroys FS pivots etc. I've got a HT 29er now as I...