Hardtail downhill

AronWrightAronWright Posts: 3
edited June 2011 in Downhill, freeride and 4X
So after not riding a for a little while due to buying my first house I sold my downhill bike leaving me with just a hardtail kona. It's served me well for allot of free riding and jumping, basically my question is do you think a 100mm front travel hardtail will stand upto the abuse it will get at canock chase? I have never been there but as I am now local I would like to ride it.

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  • nonnac85nonnac85 Posts: 1,608
    Should be fine - I have ridden my Kona Caldera (HT) with 100mm forks over there plenty of times
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  • Brilliant, will have to see how it goes
  • andrewyzfr6andrewyzfr6 Posts: 194
    Ive had my Scott scale on the downhill at fort Bill a couple of times. VERY entertaining!
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  • Ah mate good luck with it all. I had to let my Yeti go a while ago now and since then tried to get my DH groove going on my chameleon. Its brilliant...alirght the back end gets a bit skittish on the rough stuff at speed, but it's awesome fun. Just drop the seat, throw it around a bit more and go for it :)
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