-Just the right amount of grip -Really comfortable
-Water Proofed(except for the mesh)
-Mesh on top for breatablility
After giving this a good five minutes of thought, I suppose they could have more color options to match my gear.Overall Review: Let me start by saying that I have spent most of my biking life running skate shoes or basketball shoes as my everyday and bikingfootwear. About two years ago, Idecidedto buy some dedicated mountain bike shoes. The Teva Links was not the first pair I purchased. While the other shoes had amazing grip, they wereimpossibleto move to make small foot position adjustments, the sole was too flexible, and I hated walking around in them. So after a year I got the Teva Links. And with it I lost all my previous complaints. In the short, my feet love me for buying these. I wear these shoes all day, every day for almost everything. In Read More »
-Light for a DH/Freeride shock
-High volume air can for a less progressive feel
-Not as smooth as coil shocks
-Air can valve can be a pain to get to
small bump compliance is amazing. there are so many adjustments so getting it dialed is a snap. SUPER stable on the big hits
honestly nothingOverall Review: Better than fox rockshox marzocchi and DVO. i have tried all of these extensively and this is truely the best downhill fork ever made.
Easy to tune.
Only that it took me soo long to wake up and buy one.Overall Review: The Fox DHX RC4 is the third shock that I have run on my current rig. And let me start byapologizingto my bike for not buying this shock right away. Okay, so for the experiences. As soon as I installed it, Ipromptlytook this shock up to one of my favorite trails. The trail has somegnarlyrock sections, with some nice big drops too. Perfect for tuning. I had found and copied the Fox tuning guide for the RC4, and found their instructions and suggestions perfect for helping me quickly and accurately fine tune the settings. After about an hour, I had my rear shock dialed in to perfection. The RC4 takes all the hits I Read More »