Fuel vs remedy
I tend to stay a lot closer to the ground. It's a crutch. Mattin Dec 9, at Brianvt Dec 9, at Jredling Dec 9, at Ralston88 Dec 11, at SE4s are pretty great tires.
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They're even more awe-inspiring than their. Thanks for all the input over the past week or so guys. Brand new to all this so still clueless but it looks like it's between the Trek Remedy and. I am looking for a new bike and have it narrowed down to the Trek Remedy 8 or the Trek Fuel Ex 8. These are very different bikes.
But I guess that's the price you have to pay to be "edgy".
Trek Fuel EX vs Trek Remedy BikeRadar Forum
It s nice to hear some talking about people riding them. It is very easy to get corner to corner and is very playful and poppy. Why not put a dropper post and flat pedals on your current bike?
The rfx would have been a great contender mikelevy:. DrPete Plus Dec 8, at
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|And maybe Happymtbfr.
Video: Fuel vs remedy Trek Remedy Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
Picking a bike based on what type of BB it has rather than how it rides, good call If you are more interested in a bike that climbs well, descends very capably, but is geared more toward a relaxed riding position and more moderate speeds, then go with the Fuel. Monkeyass : Pssst Awesome that there are plenty of riding video shots that show the reviewers skill.
Trek Remedy 8 vs. Fuel EX 29er for rider 6'3 and pounds Pinkbike Forum
I'm in the market for a new bike and have it narrowed down between these two models. I've done the math and meticulously. soul, are you planning Alps trips in the future? or even uplift days? If so I would say get the Trek Remedy.
Remedy vs Fuel Singletrack Magazine
I have mates that have the Trek Fuel EX8s and. Remedy - £ Fuel £ Alwhats the difference in these bikes, would anyone recommend anyone of them or another bike?.
Mike Kazimer: Yeti SB I'd obviously be happy to have any of these five contenders in my garage, but it's the Yeti SB that's at the top of my list, with the Santa Cruz Bronson coming in a close second. Maybe next time. I would say so far the process needs to be refined for evaluation and communicating characteristics.
Heavy Canadian accent especially when he says "process". Suspension was super composed and this was a 1x11 Alu Comp demo bike with low end boingers. I did enjoy each bike though.