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dirtshifter mikekazimer's article
Jun 15, 2019 at 9:21
Jun 15, 2019
Review: 2019 Santa Cruz Megatower - Stiff & Solid, But Not That Sensitive
@650boss: I also had a Nomad4 last season and decided to try this "29er Nomad". I don't think it is simply a big wheel version of the nomad, but I do think it is another perfect bike for Whistler riding. Immediately felt like I was cheating on the climbs (probably the 29er wheels), and then I hit the downhill and....holy crap, The MegaTower said "fuckyeah let's go buddy". I'm 200 pounds and not built like a twiggy Journalist, so this bike feels very comfortable and agile to me. I ride a lot and love everything from climbing to tech DH to A-Line, and this thing gets a 5star rating from me in all terrain and styles. Long story short 1) ditch the air. Get a coil with lockout 2) go 170mm in the front 3) flip the linkage to low 4) short chain stay setting or long, this bike feels great with 1,2 & 3 in place.
dirtshifter PeterWojnar's video
Oct 17, 2018 at 16:46
Oct 17, 2018
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Well, guy rides bike faster than the trail builders. That, I know.

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Selling
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Jun 19, 2018

$ CAD

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dirtshifter manglermixer's photo
Nov 9, 2017 at 16:51
Nov 9, 2017
We call that section guillotine ridge because of the huge sharp boulder that looks like it's about to drop on the trail

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