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    New question here. Rumble for Cross-country/All Mountain?

    I recently bought a Rumble not exactly sure the year, but its black and with the changeable rear. I bought it used and it was set up for dirt jumping single speed and 100mm fork. My intention is to use it for aggressive Cross-country/All Mountain. I have read a round and everyone seems to agree that itís a great dirt jumper. My question is for those who set their Rumble up for cross-country how does it feel? What I really like about the frame is I can move around on it and feels pretty good. I am currently using my 07 Haro Escape as my all mountain bike its feels good, but I cant move around it so well. I would greatly appreciate any opinions/experiences on how the Rumble feels Cross-country/All Mountain style.

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    Hey 2005avtj, best place to ask these sorts of q's is over at, where the MC crew is hanging out these days.

    FWIW, yea, the Rumble can be set up perfect for aggressive XC, which is one of the intentions of the frame.
    Design Guy [SanAndreas 2.0, Zen II]

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