Stolen from apartments near Cap University on the weekend of October 6th.
Schwalbe G1 tires
FSA stem and bars
Full wrap fenders
Let me know if you see it around.
I found that a lower STA works on a hardtail because the rear has no sag.
Posted by: vincentaedwards
I have a Kona Process 29 AL/DL. It climbs well and has good trail manners for such a capable bike. I use it at the bike park, and for rocky technical trail riding. It’s a bit more work than my Tallboy3 when climbing, but still very manageable.
I think the geo and suspension kinematics are really key to how well it performs. I find that steep SA paired with short chainstays and long-ish reach really work for me. It’s also very quiet and composed on rough dh sections. It’s a bike that loves to go fast.
Go any pics?
Giant Trance Advanced 1 and keep the rest of the money.
Question for the bike industry insiders.
I have noticed that a lot of companies are spec'ing Sram components with Fox suspension these days. Is there a reason for this? I always kind of assumed that it would make more sense for the bike companies to do Sram + Rock Shox...