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    Increasing the travel in the rear of your Rallon

    Got an email from Orbea today that I almost deleted without opening.
    Not sure, but it reads like either the 2020 model will be pretty much the same bike with a bit more travel front and rear, or if they are just offering this up as an option to existing owners.

    Either way, I think it's pretty cool as it seems to be a way that allows more travel in the rear (from 150 mm to 160 mm) while (I'm assuming) using the existing shock, and doing it the right way. A linkage kit that looks to be a direct bolt in swap for your Rallon.

    Pretty cool. I'm no where near using what I have now to its potential, but I'm sure many of you out there are.

    https://www.orbea.com/us-en/gear/acc...at/rallon-link

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    Biggest change is the increase in progression...coil shocks will work much better now.

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    very very nice indeed!


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