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    New question here. weyless 67. Can it handle 7' or more?

    I've got a weyless 67 and i want to start freeriding with it. I want to do 7' drops or more. I was wondering if anyone has good experience freeriding with this bike. If so let me know how it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freerider67
    I've got a weyless 67 and i want to start freeriding with it. I want to do 7' drops or more. I was wondering if anyone has good experience freeriding with this bike. If so let me know how it works.
    I have not ridden one of these but from what i hear and the components on the bike it can easily handle over a 7' drop. The 4 way spvs with 7 inches and z150s can pretty much handle anything, and the frame is built on a freeriding platform with easton tubing, which is insanley stong stuff, Hope that helped

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    Smile I think so....

    I have a new 67, I have yet to take it off 7' or more. But, I have been goofing off on campus off 4-5' flat drops and it handles it great. This bike is a ripper down staircases. I would recommend this bike above all else because it is such a good deal. I ma sure it can handle well-executed big hucks, the Swinger has adjustable bottoming resistance that I recently incresed and the bike feels much more "bottomless." Get you one!

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    I thought the Weyless 67 had a Swinger 6-Way Coil, curious.

    It should handle drops like that no problem, might even take heavier drops.

    I currently riding a Weyless XP, I've been doing jumps and drops on it and it handles them just fine.
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    The 67 has a Swinger 4-way. It's still good.......

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    the 67s came with swinger 4ways AND 6ways, it all depends on when you got yours, I just bought one and it comes with no shock at all

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