As a huge fan of a gruelling sufferfest, a proper slog up a forest service road to the alpine, and good old-fashioned bike park laps, Christina didn't jump on the eMTB train right away. And while she's definitely not throwing in the towel on her trusty Top Fuel
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just yet, she has made some room in the stable for a bike that provides her with some additional power.
Since Christina received the Trek Fuel EXe earlier this summer, she's spent some serious time in the saddle on it on big, steep Whistler climbs under the midday sun, the janky Whistler trails that are less ridden due to their distance off the beaten path, and just cruising to the lake for an afternoon dip. We take look at how Christina has set up her small Trek Fuel EXe.
The RockShox Lyrik Ultimate is doing the heavy lifting up front. Christina set it up with the help of AirWiz and runs 65 psi with 10 clicks of rebound, 1 LSC, and 2 HSC. As for the rear, Christina runs a RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate with 125 psi 10 clicks of rebound, and 2 LSC.