Jumps, Dirt, Mud, Rock, can this handle it?
SR 8200 shocks
Rear gearing Shimano Deore XT
front gearing Truvativ Firex 44x32x22, GXP
Shimano Deore-LX v brakes
hubs???? Shimano Deore-LX
tires Kenda Klaw XT 29 x 2.10.
or this version:
shocks RST Macro 29
rear gear Shimano Deore.
front Truvativ Isoflow 42x32x22.
hubs??? Linus MT-4200
tires Kenda Khan 29x2.10.
links NOT in eng
oh and does any one know about 29" wheel forks/shoks?
i would not use it for jumps
im not lazy, im efficient
i would have to go with a negative
how bout forest trails...?
whats wrong with em?
did you see the full suspention one?
EDIT: what WOULD you use em for?
It depends on what you call a jump, but if you're doing mostly cross country it should be okay.
nothing above 1.5meters high... like a drop... and i was wondering if these bikes could take impacts from rocky roads, roots, rocks, branches and stuff like that... mostly forest... aprently its "technical"
Everything except the drops. Weird that someone that seems to do mostly xc also wants to do 5' drops as well.
I would say most bikes can handle anything to a point. If the jump is big, maybe not, if the rock is big, maybe not.