I recently replaced a very worn high roller 2.3 dual compound EXO rear for my 5010 (desert riding in Tucson )with another high roller and on easier trails I really did miss the speed I was carrying and being able to break traction so easily really made the bike come alive and made riding dry XC trails so much more fun. On the downhill trails on the mountain I was able to get some epic drifts and loved the lack of traction. That bike is currently in the shop but I did put a 2.4 aggressor dual compound DD on my Bronson and it seems to be a great compromise between rolling resistance and control. Did 60k of descending at Angelfire this weekend and control was great with minimal wear. Can’t ask for more than that in my opinion. May try SS on the 5010 once the new high roller I’ve got for it are worn out.
Joined March 19, 2020
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