I’ve run a tracloc’d Scott since 2006. Didn’t take long for the lever to become much like a clutch in the car.. You use it but you don’t have to think much about it.Posted 3 years ago
The spark has been an amazing bike but this year is the first year for the last 6 I’ve not had bith spark and Genius.
My genius is light enought to casuallybrace and burly enough to ride every trail I’d want here in Squamish.
The newer bikes with Fox’s nude are quite different to the older DT shocked bikes.
I’d suggest that as there’s not a huge weight penalty for the Genius, if the model level you want is available in a Genius it makes sense to go straight to this and not be stuck at 120mm and give yourself the added versatility of a 150mm Genius.
Unless of course you prefer to keep weight down and tend not to find yourself in anything needing that much travel. In that case the Spark is still a very capable bike!jimbocubeMember
I have had the spark 740 for a month now and love it. It is my first FS but I do alot of XC so being able to lock the suspension completely is brilliant. Haven’t had a chance to really test it on a trail centre yet but off to do the Brecon Beast next week. So far I have found descending like rolling on air it’s great.Posted 3 years ago
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