Fox 32 float 150mm with 650b
Fox 32mm stanchions, 150mm of non-adjustable travel,
with Pacenti 650b rim (27.5in) 35mm rim width
Fox 36 float 160mm with 26er
Fox 36mm stanchions, 160mm of non adjustable travel,
with easton AM havoc rim (26in) 28mm wide rim
Which one is better for climbing?
Which one is better for descending?
If one is better for descending how is the climbing affected
All recommendations based on the occurrences of tight technical terrain with medium
at most 5ft drops,
atleast 1ft drops,
average drop height of about 3ft,
All drops with descent landing with exception to some drops below 3ft that are to flat,
High speed technical descents with tons of square edged hits
loose over hard packed surfaces
Ultra steep sections with grades well steeper than 45deg in most occasions
Climbs are short bursts with stepped grade (small ledges that must be bunny hopped over) Loose chunk with
Loose over hard packed surfaces,
Climbs are sustained while spinning in 22t front gear and a 34t rear gear, as well as relatively wide bars between 28.5-27 inches
FREE RIDE ELEMENTS
Free Ride elements consist of long 4 inch wide skinnys, (narrow planks of wood designed to test riders balance) Trials like maneuvers of side hops, endo turns (donkey twist) and of course the bunny hop, small to medium sized kickers (relatively small jumps that abruptly jettison riders into the air) with landing in most cases.
Rear suspension is constant at 150mm of travel, with 26in rim at 28mm rim width
Tires are constant being Kenda Nevegals 2.35in relative width
Rider weight with gear being 150 pounds or 67.5 kg
I know the following information is a little much but I feel it necessary to allow the people of the forum to make a more clear and concise decision
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