Prototype KHS Frame
Logan brought his race bike to Rampage rather than getting on something that he's less familiar with, and his unpainted machine is assembled around a prototype frame that's far from being a standard production DH 650 (pictured to the right) that KHS offers to the public. He wasn't too keen to share much in the way of details, but Binggeli's bike appears to be both longer and slacker than the production version that sports a 428mm reach and 64-degree head angle in the large-sized frame that a 5'11'' rider like Logan would normally be aboard. It's also obvious that the front-center on his bike is much longer.
Stiffer and Slower Suspension
If you've had a look at our other bike checks, you'll already know that Rampage calls for some very specific suspension settings that wouldn't be ideal anywhere else. Logan's bike is no different, with a stiffer and slower setup on both the front and back that's intended to absorb the massive impacts and keep him in control after he lands. Up front, his FOX 40 has been pumped up to 98 PSI and has the maximum amount of volume-reducing spacers stuffed inside of it, while the damper has its high-speed compression dialed to "full stiff" according to Logan, and a middle of the range setting for low-speed compression. Not exactly a forgiving setup for most types of riding, but Rampage is anything but normal.