That should do it
I love how even with a 300mm fork it still isn't particularly slack.
One can only presume that it's rider only ever took big hits to the front wheel whilst nose manualing everything.
I guess don't size it against an XC bike.
There are quite a few tall people racing 20" bmx bikes still. I think comparing my fit on my bmx to a MTB would be tricky.
The era where everyone tried to land rear wheel first. That guy is practically casing every jump.
Is that jumping, or just falling?
Only one of those two things I need to learn
Finally found the time to do this.
To do cyclocross D:
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