No big revelation, no killer shots but I couldn't find an appropriate thread to add onto so what the heck, there aren't too many new threads today.
I'm loving my RFX more and more. I really like the geometry and I've been using the 66SL at full extention. It does not seem to bother me on steep techy climbs at all. It's been plush and smooth. and this is only the second ride.
Some lame timer shots:
Nicer Roller... the camera doesn't show but this is pretty much the only line. Everyting to the right is knarly and off camber. Who knows though I may try to move it over some more.
This is a drop I've been promising myself I'd do once I got the right ride for the job. Too bad the timer sequence missed it. I dropped it nicely three times in a row. I also tried to shoot it 3x.
Okay how many CCU's was this?
Then the camera battery died. Too bad I hit some other great stuff. Next time I'll ride w/a group and a fresh charge!
Anyway I continue to be impressed at how this setup grips the trail and the confidence it inspires. The GD is such a blast! I can drop the seat instantly and that allows me to stay more forward and lower over the bike. I feel more "in" the bike than on it. The 1" drop is a major boon to keeping speed in tight and techy stuff. The best part is I can stay over the bike, lean it real hard and really rip into the corners.
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