by Kane Allen
November 24, 2016
In these days of bigger and better suspension, Steve Worland talks about trying to go the other way to find bigger and better rigidity, in Issue 80.
Words by Steve Worland.
Over the last few months I’ve been mostly riding bikes that are harder to ride than off-road bikes are supposed to be. There are days when that’s strangely satisfying. There are other days when I really start to wonder about my sanity. I’m beginning to suspect that the distorted satisfaction and the distorted sanity might both be linked to the fact that I started riding off-road about half a century ago on a ‘tracking’ bike that was barely fit for purpose… progressing a few years later to a cyclo-cross bike that was, at the time, even less suitable.
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