Agree. With 2.6" front and 2.4" rear it's very planted, secure and remarkably comfortable.Took the banshee paradox for its first shake down. Only got an hour in the saddle but enough time to get it set up as I like it. Real test tomorrow but seems like it's going to be a great bike. Amazing how much more planted it feels compared to an xc hard tail.
At the moment I'm on 2.35s front and back but have a 2.6 on it's way. Tomorrow will definitely be the real test but I hit a couple of section today searching for the roughest line at was surprised how well it took it. On my highball I would of been swapping off the track, positive signsAgree. With 2.6" front and 2.4" rear it's very planted, secure and remarkably comfortable.
A mate riding behind me noted that the rear just stays glued to the ground.
Cheers mate. I can't find info about pricing on the very shiny and picturesque Strava site, but that one was easy to navigate.
Yeah, free strava is fucked. I just ride and couldn't give a fuck. Apparently trailfork is the go for finding tracks.Cheers mate. I can't find info about pricing on the very shiny and picturesque Strava site, but that one was easy to navigate.
I'll try the free version and see how it goes.