l just picked up a Wolf Ridge from Marin... been sportin' the Quake for every season since they came out. I sold a few of them (Wolf Ridge) through the time they were made but I never stocked them on a regular basis.... Dang, I wish I did, that bike rocks!!!! My skills, well, let me say -- big ballness allows me to ride the Quake at about 70% -- as in, l'm not using about 30% of what the bike can really do. I just really dig the Quake even though it's more bike than l'll ever use it for. intro -- Wolf Ridge, the little brother to the Quake. same design, less travel.
Here, l think l can use the bike at about 110% (to coin a phrase). Using it more than it's intended but the bike can handle anything l'll ever send it through.
It makes be chuckle at the people who poo-poo this bike and the Quake based on looks alone. Looks heavy, looks over built, looks 1990's, all kinds of stupid comments based on what? looks? it's pretty common to hear stuff like that on all brands but it seems more common with the Quake and Wolf Ridge. it's not heavy, it's actually a very simple design, it rides great, it can handle anything you throw at it AND on top of all that, it climbs great.
here's some random pics from a local playground -- note the Wolf Ridge.
Major thanks goes out to those who helped get these great shots.
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