- 2009 Reba Team w/Maxle, opinions.
Very good. Light-ish, supple, stiff.
Had one on my Cove Handjob for three rides so far and it’s brilliant.
Was reasonably impressed in the winter slop on first outing, but now everything’s frozen and hard it’s really let me test how well the fork holds a line over hard bumpy technical sort of stuff. And the answer is “very well indeed”.
Highly recommended so far. Such a shame there’s not a U-Turn version, or I’d get one for my Trance too. There isn’t is there?Posted 9 years ago
No there is not a u-turn version that I am aware of, though I am planning on putting them on my Trance!
Current fork is a 120mm though with a long axle to crown length and it handles just fine, so should even be a bit quicker with these as they are not quite so long…Posted 9 years ago
Should be great on the Trance, yeah. I’m going to give them a go on mine at some point – could make it the perfect trail centre/big day out bike (for me).
WMB has a mini-review of the fork in the new issue btw, scored 9/10.
They don’t mention the “Blackbox” damping at all though, annoyingly. I’d have liked to known what they thought of it compared to Motion Control.
It doesn’t play “Ride on time”, unfortunately.Posted 9 years ago
Got the old forks, and the Revs in my office sat side by side.
New Revs will only increase f to c by 12mm, reckon I could cope with that! Like you say you could use the pressure to drop them into the travel if you wanted.
Resistance is getting harder….anyone want a Joystick Maxx! 😕Posted 9 years ago
Rev, though got to get them past the fun ploice, and she always has such convincing arguments as to why what i have is good enough…!!
Boring stuff like credit card bill getting too high, daughter to feed and clothe, stuff like that.
So they could end up coming back! 🙁
Temporarily……..Posted 9 years ago
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