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Old 01-27-19, 07:28 PM
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Post a picture of your steel-framed, full-suspension modern geometry mountain bike

Trying to get an idea from the multitude of options...
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Old 01-28-19, 01:50 AM
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Wow. I think in the pst 20 years I have seen something like 2 in the flesh. But I have read that there is more going on recently in this regard.

here is an article talking about aome new optioms: https://www.mbr.co.uk/news/steel-full-suspension-358049

Id be interested to try out a good one some day. I have always been dubious about the idea thinking that the rear ends would be too flexy (or else very heavy) but maybe not.
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That's a great link. Thanks.
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Steel frame and full suspension? Not very common.

Walt may be able to help you...

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This might seem weird, having me in this forum (we do have several MTBs), but the pictures on Walts intro page are, to me, truly impressive. The bikes look great, well designed and built, and something to be thrilled about. Thanks prj71 for posting that link.
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UK's pretty much got the market cornered when it comes to steel full sus'.
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