Tallboy LTc – it's here !
What made you ‘upgrade’ from the standard tallboy (albeit now the cracked one) to the LT version
Right from the second ride on my Tallboy i said that it would be an epic all rounder if it was slightly slacker and had a wee bit more travel. I ran mine with 100mm forks for racing mainly but it also coped with general riding, the flegere downhill course in lyrca which seemed to annoy a few people and quite a few hardcore backcountry trips. So when the sc rep here told me the lt was incoming i didn’t even think twice. I rode it last night for an hour and half on some wet slippy rocky steep stuff and it is incredible.
In good news SC have also agreed to replace the old TB so I think i will keep that as well !Posted 5 years agopaulevansMember
Had the call today from 2 wheels – mine’s coming in this Friday (in yellow) 🙂 I wasn’t specific about colour when i ordered having seen both I would have been happy with either.
Only problem i’ve got now is getting down to collect it, what with living up here in the Lakes. Looks as if i’m gonna have to wait until next weekend 😥
As for wheels, half tempted by some Easton Haven that CRC are doing at 1/2 price.Posted 5 years agomartinhMember
I’m guessing the LTc rides a lot like my Tracer 29 but lighter and stiffer. The lighter part will make it a much better, all be it more expensive, all round trail bike.
If I could find anywhere stocking the Easton Haven rear axle kits I’d snap up the cheap Havens at CRC. A perfect match. The front is easily upgradable to 15mm thru too.Posted 5 years ago
Only problem i’ve got now is getting down to collect it, what with living up here in the Lakes. Looks as if i’m gonna have to wait until next weekend
You want me to go in and collect it for you?Posted 5 years ago
I could even build it up with some of my kit and make sure it rides ok. 😆
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