Added a comment about feature Sneak Peek: Guerrilla Gravity Megatrail - Made in Colorado 3/18/2014 5:46 PM
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To all the size skeptics I say ride the bike. I originally thought the same thing that everyone is commenting about but after riding the bike. I'm 5'10" and will be buying a medium.

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Added a comment about slideshow Inside Guerrilla Gravity's Denver Headquarters, Plus a Sneak Peek of the New Megatrail All-Mountain Bike 12/6/2013 6:02 PM
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I think the best comparison is the 951 to the GG-DH. I don't buy into the forward/rearward axel path debate too much, as I rely on the ride comparison more than the path debate. After riding the bikes back to back, I think the most important aspects of a bikes ride is the geometry, followed by suspension leverage curve, and then followed by quality of suspension components. It took me weeks to tune the 951 to a feel that I liked, in comparison it took me days to get the GG tuned to a feel I liked. The GEO between the bikes is similar but the suspension leverage curve is where the two bikes differ significantly and this is why I think the GG is a better design. As for pedal-ability, the GG is better than the 951 due to the way I have the 951 setup versus the GG. However, they are both DH bikes and are made to go fast not pedal uphill.

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Added a comment about slideshow Inside Guerrilla Gravity's Denver Headquarters, Plus a Sneak Peek of the New Megatrail All-Mountain Bike 12/6/2013 5:26 PM
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Intense tracer / Intense 951 / Karpiel / GG-DH / CRF450 / Ellsworth Aeon - Trying to understand your hate of the pivot location.

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Added a comment about slideshow Inside Guerrilla Gravity's Denver Headquarters, Plus a Sneak Peek of the New Megatrail All-Mountain Bike 12/6/2013 4:56 PM
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I'm curious what you ride?

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Liked a comment on the item Trevor Trinkino Shreds the Guerrilla Gravity GG/DH at Angel Fire Mountain Bike Park 6/24/2013 8:30 PM

The GG folks kick ass. I had the pleasure of hanging out with them at the Pro GRT #1 at Bootleg Canyon in Boulder City, NV a couple months back. Reaper Madness, Downhill Mike, and Guerrilla Gravity all rock!

Liked a comment on the item Trevor Trinkino Shreds the Guerrilla Gravity GG/DH at Angel Fire Mountain Bike Park 6/24/2013 8:31 PM

Killin' it!

Added a product review for Guerrilla Gravity GG/DH Frame 2/10/2013 7:32 PM
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Sweet ride in a amazingly simple package

Rating:

The Good: No Flex / Easy to tune / Simple maintenance / Great geometry options / Clean cable routing / Easy to build up / Great on fast or steep tight trails / Pedals well / No noticeable brake-jack

The Bad: Hummmm of the top of my head I can't think of any to date...

Overall:

The GG/DH is on par or surpasses many of the current mainstream downhill bikes. A weekend warrior or a seasoned racer can set-up the bike for fun and to win races. I know for a fact that the bike can be built up to a 36.5Lb race bike with basic downhill parts. It is a great bike to ride, rails corners, rips through steep gnarly trail sections and is simple to maintain. Set up is super easy with the GG/DH baseline recommendations, a couple runs to tweak in the suspension to personal preference, and the bike is ready for race day.

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