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  1. #1
    Out there
    Join Date
    Aug 2006

    Devinci Wilson 1 vs. Stinky

    I have a Wilson 1 which I bought earlier in the year at a knock-down price for my first season of downhilling, mostly here in Ontario at Blue Mountain.

    I've enjoyed riding the Wilson and it has gotten me through a lot of stuff I never thought I would ride. It's incredibly stable at speed and in the air. But it pedals like a pig and I find it quite a handful to move around under me.

    My buddy rented a Stinky one weekend and when I rode it, it was a world of difference... much faster steering, much easier to pedal, quite a lot lighter.

    Now I have a line on one of the ex-rental Stinkys and am really tempted to trade in the Wilson.

    Anyone got any comments?
    All problems in mountain biking can be solved by going faster, except the ones that are caused by going too fast.

  2. #2
    clyde in training
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    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    If you like it better then go ahead and do it. Just make sure to check the new bike for dents and cracks.

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