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Originally Posted by Daspydyr View Post
. The comments about being the "iron age" of suspension is very accurate. The same with the geometry, but it still looks fun to me.
I ride a 1995 Gray Fisher Wahoo steel hardtail/rigid fork now. That's stone age in comparison, although I like it just fine for climbing the rock gardens and blasting through overgrown singletrack. Then again, I rode some less technical mountain biking trails on a vintage road bike last summer in California. Got some strange looks on that trip, and I did have to wealk it over some dry creek beds.
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