Info about the area's terrain/type of mtb to use

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6 years 1 week ago #41901 by Brian
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frankie b check your pm

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6 years 1 week ago #41900 by Garick
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yes, you can get by on all of the trails with hardtails. Most of the trails are far from smooth though so full squish will certainly up the comfort level. There is nothing like drops or larger features/obstacles where you'd really be longing for more squish.

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6 years 1 week ago #41899 by fat guy
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The best thing about E-ville is the variety, for an old back that is one jab away from a bike-career-ending structural issue I would play it safe with full-susp.
I wouldn't want to travel someplace and have to limit my exploration. Its in no way 100% smooth and flowy like some places.

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6 years 1 week ago #41897 by frankie b
frankie b created the topic: Info about the area's terrain/type of mtb to use
Greetings from Michigan.
My crew and I are are planning to visit the EVL area for a few days next month. I have looked at photos of your trails and from those it seems we could get by with our front-suspension/hardtails rigs on most trails. We are seasoned riders (read: old) so we are not looking to "whoop-ass" too much. Is my assumption right about using hardtails? Thanks.

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