Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Boyertown, PA, USA
A friend of mine had one and, even though I am no suspension guru, I helped him set up the bike since it seemed very stiff when I test rode it. We softened it up quite a bit, set the chain sag etc and played with the front settings a lot. The bike responded with discernable differences in set up each time we test rode it. We wrote them down as we went and he picked the one he liked.
The point is that the bike seems to have a lot of adjustment available, unlike my MV AGO where you have three settings: hard, harder and hardest. As I found later, there is, however, a fourth setting: "unrideable"
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