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Oct. 5, 2020, 11:48 a.m. -  Tehllama42

Trail access dependent - if I want to ride more than just the network of trails I bought a house next to on purpose, the options are loading onto an automobile or getting something like this. Practically, given the otherwise lift served park near me, and plethora of great motorized access trails nearby, something like that really does let me do more... and I could probably string together 50km of immediate local trail riding in an afternoon also.   I do enjoy running my hardtail, especially for short laps, ditto the trail bike.  Having to put some maintenance and thought effort into making the perform right is a slight faff (I'd love to just toss DH tires and run coil everything, but riding miles of pavement to get to preferred trails makes that hard for after-work rides), again this is something motorization indirectly solves, if very inelegantly. The argument is there, it's just not $8000 strong for me.

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