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Dec. 1, 2021, 1:09 p.m. -  Moritz Haager

I think that is a fair point,  especially now that they have released the Dreadnought.  On the other hand it does speak to the versatility of the bike.  Being able to switch out air springs and rear link to optimize for different use scenarios certainly is a lot cheaper than buying a whole separate bike that you might only use for a few weeks of the year. Say for a trip to the wet coast.  Certainly the druid makes a lot more sense than the Dreadnought for the vast majority of the riding I do. It would be nice if Forbidden tested and "approved" these modifications though.  I'm not super stoked about voiding a warranty, nor do I want to push the bike beyond what its intended for.

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