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  1. #1
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    Jan 2004

    Pike Solo Air vs: Dual Position

    Historically forks w/o travel adjust are not as smooth or plush as non-travel adjust, with all the valving. They tend to be more problematic also, more parts to go wrong.

    BUT it would be nice to have the front end lowered for more comfortable climbing on a bike with a slack HA.

    So has anyone ridden both the SO and 2P Pike's and can offer some comparison?

    We Ride In God's Country!

  2. #2
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    Dec 2014

    pike solo air vs dual air

    Did you make a decision on your purchase? I'm having the same quandary. I'm thinking of upgrading my FOX evolutions to the PIKE 150mm, making the front end of my santa cruz solo a bit more sure footed. If I bought the dual air I presume I could ramp up to 160mm on the fly for bigger hitting downhill runs.

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