Liked a comment on the item Vital MTB’s Guide to Must-Hit Whistler Trails - Part 2, Whistler Valley 6/4/2017 5:59 PM

Good list - thats about 95% of my trail riding there...

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Liked a comment on the item Tested: 2017 Trek Slash 9.9 29 Race Shop Limited 1/8/2017 11:12 AM

Had the slash a month everything I thought about it has been said in this review, I even converted the forks to float as didn't think there was need to use talas. The bike is just fast!!

Liked a comment on the item Tested: 2017 Trek Slash 9.9 29 Race Shop Limited 1/7/2017 4:54 PM

Cool. I'd start with a 150mm Pike. The 160mm airshaft is not a big change if needed. I don't ride Prevost, but Forbidden is one of my favourite places to ride. I'm currently on a 160/155mm Pivot Mach 6 and I'll keep that bike as my winter ride.

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I'd say you're on the right track if you're after a super capable daily driver. It would excel in places like Prevost and Forbidden, but will still be fun on easier trails. If you're familiar with Squamish: I pedal up to Cakewalk, Angry Midget, etc. comfortably. 160mm didn't feel like 'too much' to me - you might prefer it if you end up at Mt. Washington. If I lived on the Island I'd still run 160mm/150mm without travel adjust.

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Added a comment about product review Tested: 2017 Trek Slash 9.9 29 Race Shop Limited 1/7/2017 6:27 AM

The 150mm Drop Line is 50mm longer overall than the 125mm version on this particular test bike. I was able to drop the post 50mm and then some as I had that question myself.

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Added a comment about product review Tested: 2017 Trek Slash 9.9 29 Race Shop Limited 1/7/2017 6:13 AM

That's pretty much it - I find that most frame designs are pretty solid these days, but each one has a unique feel, area where it shines, riding style that it favors, etc. The Slash allowed me to drop my heels and go fast, the Yeti offered a little more rider feedback. Both great, just different.

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Added a comment about product review Tested: 2017 Trek Slash 9.9 29 Race Shop Limited 1/6/2017 6:28 PM

I have ridden the SB5.5 only once, so can't say definitively. My initial sense is that the Trek mutes the trail a little bit more than the Yeti - not a better or worse feeling ride, just different. Both are extremely capable and I would have a tough time deciding between the two.

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Added a comment about product review Tested: 2017 Trek Slash 9.9 29 Race Shop Limited 1/6/2017 6:22 PM

I didn't get out a tape measure to get exact numbers, but I had more than enough room to drop the post an additional 2" and then some for bike park duties.

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Liked a comment on the item Tested: 2017 Trek Slash 9.9 29 Race Shop Limited 1/6/2017 5:59 PM

Thanks for making me want this bike even more

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Added a comment about feature Northern British Columbia - The Vital MTB Guide to Rad Rides, Eats & More 10/6/2016 6:41 PM

We've heard great things, but unfortunately haven't been up there ourselves since it opened. Didn't want to comment without having experienced it first hand. Hopefully soon.

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