Oh, you know I have to + Rep ya for being the first review of the TB LT!
Btw- did you ever ride a standard TB and if so how did it compare (sorry a bit off topic- I know I know)
No I have not. In the right hands I am sure a regular TB is capable just about everywhere too (I have friend who rides his Rigid SS 9er at Northstar just to mess with people), but I take full advantage of any "trail" help I can get. (not sure I could take a SS 9er off of the curb in front of my house ) I spent 3 hours last night playing with the fork and tire pressures. I think I am "dialed". Thanks Ace.
I might have amnesia, but at least I don't have amnesia!
Last week I received on the mail my DB Overdrive 29er. To my disappointment I found a spoke bent and the rear derailleur bent towards the wheel. Since I got my bike in Friday and got it out of the box at night I have had to stare at it in my living room all weekend instead of hitting the road
I can't wait to call Diamondback on Monday and try to get this squared away. I had knee surgery in January and riding a bike on the street wil be a perfect low impact exercise until the dr. releases me to do more hard core activities (like riding on dirt roads).
I have also started a thread and keep everybody posted on my experience with costumer service. Once the bike is ready to go I will be more than glad to write a review.
Good Luck to you ... Sucks not being able to push them pedals...
It may be hard to explain to my wife that I need to go out and buy more stuff so that I can have more chances to win some freebees. I could really use the new tires. The grand prize would be pretty sweet too.
Hey if I can win at least a pair of tires and a saddle I'm in for writing reviews! Somethings I just hadn't gotten around to reviewing yet other stuff I review just for the sake of an extra chance at winning. So this won't be my last post here...