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    Do you prefer 80mm or 100mm fork travel on the Razzo?

    Should I convert my Razzo to 100mm or leave it at 80mm fork travel?

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    This is a great question. I've only run mine at 80mm. I imagine a little more cush couldn't hurt. Hope to also hear from someone who has run both lengths.

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    80mm felt too steep and I race my Razzo.

    Converted it to 100mm and like it much better.

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    I ride in very rocky terrain in Colorado. 100mm is what I run. If I were riding smooth trails exclusively I would probably drop down to 80mm.

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    For me, once I set it at 100mm from 80mm, the bike came alive. I did not connect with it at 80mm like I do at 100

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    Rigid carbon for me! 465mm and love it!! I also race this bike and it feels great.

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