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  1. I'm the same! [emoji58] Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  2. Looks fun! Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  3. I did notice the metal bars and how they looked like they could ding up your bike pretty easy, so I became a pedal down guy when putting the bike on, that seems to keep the frame from getting scratched up. Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  4. The single black has gotten way sketchier since even last weekend, and the blue as well with all of the erosion. Before all of the erosion, there was a noticable difference between the single and double black, and blue pretty much had no chunk or loose corners. They're going to have a lot of trail maintenance to keep up with during the week days to keep those trails in shape, otherwise after two busy weekends like this and those trails will be completely gone. Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  5. Yes indeed! [emoji39] Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  6. This is correct, my understanding is they own all of it and Thunderbird is their lodging option. The people that run the lodge are super nice and were very accommodating when we were there for The Race Down Spider Mountain. It also backs right up to the water, so yes you could go for a dip. Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  7. Count me in as well! Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  8. The OneUp Components dropper was on sale yesterday for $160 without a remote. I picked one up as a spare for when I'll need to have my Transfer serviced soon. Not sure if the coupon will still work, I found it on their Instagram page. But they look very user friendly to service, come with a 2yr warranty, and a replacement cartage is $80 outside of warranty. Plus, you can adjust the height of them.
  9. That's insane! Looks like the same "name brand" I have, glad to hear they're sending you a new one. Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  10. In the subject of letting the air out, make sure you do it slowly and cycle the shock a few times, then let out more, repeat. If the shock sucks down and is hard to pull out, put air back in it and repeat the above. I made this mistake the first time I took the air can off and I didn't realize that air got stuck in the negative chamber. Long story short, I ended up having to replace the seals. Not huge deal, but unnecessary at the time. Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  11. Here's two of runs at Spider Mountain from the other weekend, super fun place! Rotor Smoke: Flow Trail: Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  12. This is my thought as well, mess up a dropper or a frame... Haha I also don't usually clamp it vertically I let it hang front end down some, like it would naturally if just hanging from the seat, this takes some of the stress off the post. Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  13. Make sure you clean the post and the rubber on the clamp and you should be fine, Fox even specifies in their documentation for the Transfer that it is okay to clamp it in a stand. You should only have problems if the contact areas are dirty, then you could get scratches/scuffs. Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  14. It's great that you solved this yourself, but just so you don't feel bad about it, last time I brought my bike into the shop was to fix my creaking saddle, and fix it they did! [emoji16] Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
  15. This. Make sure you mention you just bought the bike, and they should take care of you. Sent from my CMR-W09 using Tapatalk
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