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Apr 23, 2019 at 8:45Apr 23, 2019
Confirmed: Cannondale's New Downhill Bike Has 2 Shocks
I guess they're trying to separate compression and rebound damping into 2 pieces of hardware, with different leverage ratios? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Oct 28, 2014 at 17:35Oct 28, 2014
Oct 28, 2014 at 17:34Oct 28, 2014
Great bike - just doesn't suit my riding as well as it used to. This is pretty much the bike you want for rock gardens. 125mm rear travel, 140/120mm front is a great balance on a 29er. It can really handle a lot more than I can - it's a bike you can take wherever you ride and just not worry about anything. The travel adjustable fork is pretty sweet - flip a switch to drop it down to 120mm and steepen the geometry for climbing. It goes both up hills and down hills. Great condition with maybe 500 miles on it - a couple paint chips on the chainstay is all I can think of (still not sure how that happened with clutch derailleur, has chainstay protector now). Fork: Rock Shox Revelation RCT3 Travel adjustable, 140/120mm Shock: Fox Float RP23 Drivetrain: SLX, with clutch derailleur, 2x10 Brakes: BB7 mechanical (great for repairability, simplicity, not pictured), or SLX - can discuss. Wheelset: Chris King ISO Hubs (!), Stan's Flow EX rims, Maxxis Ardent 2.4 EXO tires tubeless 12x142mm rear, 20mm front through axles. Bars: Race Face SIXC, 785mm Stem: Race Face Atlas, 50mm Seatpost: Thomson Elite Saddle: Fizik Gobi Grips: ODI Rogue Umm what else goes on a bike? Ask me.