Brad's Trailstar

Postby VERT on Sun 17/May/09 6:35pm

Hey my name is Brad,

I've been riding and breaking full sus trail bikes for 3 or so years now and decided it was time for a change. What a change it was too, have to say i love having the forks wound down and a nice steep head angle makes the bike feel really chuckable and nimble, especially compared to a 6 inch travel trail bike. Wind the forks out to 160 and it's a whole heap of fun on a downhill run. glad i made the change.

Trailstar 120
rockshox lyric uturn
2x8 xt drivetrain
521's on dmr revolvers
juicy 5's
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Original Published: 6:30pm Sunday, 17th May 2009 - NZST
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Re: Brad's Trailstar

Postby Vee on Sun 17/May/09 6:47pm

Sweet setup :thumbsup:
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Re: Brad's Trailstar

Postby cyanide95 on Sun 17/May/09 6:52pm

awesome bike :)
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Re: Brad's Trailstar

Postby shmoodiver on Sun 17/May/09 6:53pm

just scored me a set xtr brakes too.
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