Well, that appears to cover the options.What I'm trying to get at is what people think is the perfect set-up for Cam-Rock/Kettles? And maybe what would be the ideal set-up (presumably different) for Blue Mound or other more challenging trails.
CamRock Café in Cambridge has about every 2016 Trek model to rent.
Fenster, do you really find the dropper post of value at Cam-Rock or Kettles? I could see it for Copper Harbor, or "sessioning" at Quarry Ridge, but for our typical 30 seconds up, 15 seconds down climbs/descents in the midwest, I don't really see the point. I like the concepts, I just expect not much use locally.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I use it all the time at CamRock. Obviously it helps on the descents, but it's also really useful on corners. When I'm going into a twisty section, I drop it down. It helps you get your weight lower and you're able to lean the bike more in the corners. I took me some time to get used to, but I love it. It's so easy to move it up and down that it's handy even on the brief descents we have around here.