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Jan. 12, 2021, 10:44 a.m. -  Ryan Walters

I suspect there are several reasons to this. In enduro racing, rider fatigue is a big deal. The point can definitely be made that a stiffer dual crown is likely to contribute to fatigue over a long day of riding and racing. Although my own experience tells me that the handlebar likely has more to do with hand and arm fatigue than the number of fork crowns. Also, factory pros are going to be less concerned about the life expectancy of their CSU's. I'm sure the data is very hard to come by, but it would be _really_ interesting to know how many CSU's a pro enduro racer goes through in a season.

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