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    New question here. 04 gemini 2000, opinions and thoughts.

    Seriously considering upgrading my 04 s-works enduro to the gemini, I know it's built more for going downhill, but where I ride will have uphills as well, i'm not interested in being the first up hill any more been there waited too long for the others to catch up but i want to do a little bit more freeride and be more in control going down.

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    I have a gemini with a 5th coil.

    Quote Originally Posted by catnash
    Seriously considering upgrading my 04 s-works enduro to the gemini, I know it's built more for going downhill, but where I ride will have uphills as well, i'm not interested in being the first up hill any more been there waited too long for the others to catch up but i want to do a little bit more freeride and be more in control going down.
    It is sweet. Go for the 2000. SPV on each end, stiffer rear end, and a snappy ride all around. It will be heavier than the Enduro, by quite a bit. Can you get the Gemini and keep the Enduro? I xc trailride on mine, so do it anyways.
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    gemini

    Not really a cheap option to keep the enduro, would have to swap it, in the uk this years model will have a manitou breakout plus on the front and a swinger 4 way on the rear, my enduro is about 27.5lbs, my mate rides a scott octane freeride 03

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    The gemin is good for everything from basic trail riding to just about any downhill or drop you can throw at it...

    I mean I wouldn't want to take it on a 20 mile ride...but it rides grat through the trails...I rode mine mostly through trails last year.

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    No 20 mile rides?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Church
    The gemin is good for everything from basic trail riding to just about any downhill or drop you can throw at it...

    I mean I wouldn't want to take it on a 20 mile ride...but it rides grat through the trails...I rode mine mostly through trails last year.

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    My Gemini sits at 35lb or so. This is ok for a Clyde like meself. It is not as fast as the F2000 or the Jekyll, but is way more fun than either one.
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