Thanks buddy, yeah I had a Cord before this, I changed frames because I was looking for something different, and Rick from Fearless Cycles looked after me nicely! ;) The Cody is so much lighter than the Cord and it's a little bit longer which is perfect for me. Oce you get used to the Cody I...
Cheers Rex :) racing Dwelli this weekend? You can find more info on the frame here: http://www.fearlesscycles.com.au/dartmoor/cody.html
Thanks man! The rear tyre is awesome for park. Reasonably soft compound, but not too soft. They roll forever, cheap too!
Here's my dartmoor Cody, get on one! www.fearlesscycles.com.au
Frame - 2010 Dartmoor Cody
Forks - Argyle 318's, need to cut the steerer again!
Bars - NS Proof's
Stem - BlkMrkt Underboss
Headset - Kink
Grips - NS Martin Soderstrom's
Seat - Federal SL
Post - Pivotal one
Here's my DH bike, yes it's Andy's old one :)
Frame - Solid Mission 9
Rear shock - Marzocchi Roco, X-Fusion Vector HLR soon
Front shock/fork - Boxxer Teams (WC lowers)
Handlebars - Reverse
Stem - FSA Direct Mount
Headset - FSA I think
Grips - Maxxis
Saddle - Reverse Fort WIll Ti...
You just answered your own question :P Practise! Keep at them and you will find that over time they will get bigger and bigger, start off by trying to hop smaller obstacles, even stacked bricks, keep building up bricks until you can hop higher than Danny MacAskill :)
It's most likely the spring hitting inside the stanchions, this can be fixed by heat shrinking the spring. If they make the noise when they're pushed on slightly, like Skwiz said, it could be the stem/bars/headset creaking too, I'd check that first!