Ragley G6 :) :) :)
Oh I had to laugh a that. The trail is dumbed down quite a bit by my unprofessional filming and the 10-or-so steep & tight switchbacks in the lower section are not included in the vid. Don’t apologise David: I invite you to come and ride it any time, PLEASE feel free to bring a 29er.Posted 6 years ago
Must get myself one of them Ragley frames. Help to smooth out those rough looking trails.
Sorry but I could enjoy that far more on SS 29er.
I believe the terminology for this is overbiked for the trail you are riding.
I invite you to come and ride it any time
Would love to, where is it?Posted 6 years agotomasoSubscriber
I was thinking similar but not along the SS 29er route – the trail does look quite smoooooth and there were only a couple of sections that looked to be able to demonstrate and test the suspension. I assume the point is to promote and test the Ragley FS frame?
Very pretty though and looked fun all the samePosted 6 years ago
I’ve already inferred this, but I’ll make it clearer: my filming (on me tod with a tripod and not great camera) doesn’t do the trail anywhere near justice. Yes it’s a smooth trail in places, but there are also quite a few fairly rocky/rooty/tech/steep parts* which I felt went some way to testing the bike.
I will endeavour to find a visibly much more technical trail for my next G6 demo video 🙂
*some of these tech bits you can see on the vid if you look closely, but many of the tech bits simply didn’t get filmedPosted 6 years agojamesoSubscriber
I read about a guy who entered the Trans Provence (similar terrain / area?) on a rigid 29er, a very capable one too. I read that he bought a susser when he got back.
I’d love to ride that trail on a rigid SS 29er, but I’d also love to ride it on a 1990 Raleigh Mustang, or my 140mm bike, a hardtail, on anything really. Looks like a lovely trail.Posted 6 years ago
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