Mountain Biking - What to do with a K2 Attack 2.0
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10-04-04, 12:46 PM
After purchasing my new Full Suspension bike I've learned about all sorts of stuff people do with thier bikes. (Primarily by browsing these forums) I know that hardtails seem better for doing tricks on flatland, and I can barely get my full sus off the ground, so what can I do other than ride over rough terrain comfortably?
I don't regret the purchase, I Just want to 'broaden my MTB horizons' so to speak. Are there any people who do flatland tricks on full suspension bikes? (I'm assuming I'd have to tighten my back spring, or get a stiffer one)
10-05-04, 12:10 AM
It makes a great trail bike.
If you are looking to do tricks and stuff like that you got the wrong kind of bike. An FS bike is a great bike for trail stuff...
10-05-04, 09:49 PM
wut to do with a k2 attack 2.0....well personally from the type of riding i do i would suggest lighting it on fire for warmth. but it would make a good lake jumper and urban fully.... but wth flatland tricks. buy a bmx.
10-05-04, 09:54 PM
I only know a couple of riders who can do 'flatland' tricks on mountainbikes. And they are very very accomplished street riders. Bmx is the easiest way to learn flat land and even then it is likely the most difficult thing to learn.
If you are talking jumping, pogo etc. YEs a good ht is far better and crisper. It is very difficult to do trialsese on a dually.
10-05-04, 10:07 PM
my friend has a k2 attack 2.0, the only good thing about it is that its a fully and its light weight which mkaes it easy to throw around.
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