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Originally Posted by khuon
And that's a good thing, IMHO. It forces the rider to pick cleaner lines. I ride full-suspension now but I'm thinking that my rigid experience over the years still makes me want to pick the cleanest lines so I'm probably not taking full advantage of suspension.
You just have to redefine clean lines. Clean for a ht is 100% perfect...clean for a xc dually is 80% perfect. On my dh bike clean is 40% perfect. I can plow through a lot of stuff. This would make my times faster though. But I am not racing

I realize thats a simple way to look at it but imo its pretty close
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