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    Default New sled: Guerrilla Gravity Pedalhead

    There seems to have been a fair amount of interest lately in "new school" geo hardtails. I picked up a Guerrilla Gravity Pedalhead last week. Two rides in, it's a blast to ride. Descends like a beast. Fast handling. Flickable. Very capable in the rough stuff. I've not enough hours on it for a full review yet but initial impressions reinforce love at first pedal stroke.The MRP Ribbon fork is also cool but is going to take a bit of experimentation to get fully dialed. It has a positive and negative airspring, rebound, ramp control, and low speed compression adjustments.

    Steel frame. Custom component spec, paint, decals. GG was easy to deal with and only missed the delivery date by 2 weeks (based on issues with their powder coater). This bike is a shredders tool ... no pretensions or fancy precious bits at all. It's a bruiser (and that's a good thing).

    GG is local-ish for me (I live in Ft Collins, not Denver ... but it's all damn near the same sprawl). Their fab shop is across the street from Mile High Stadium.

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    Jason Curtis
    FoCo, CO

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    Default Re: New sled: Guerrilla Gravity Pedalhead

    I'm thinking my next squishy bike is going to be a mega trail.

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    Default Re: New sled: Guerrilla Gravity Pedalhead

    The Megatrail is a wicked good bike. My buddy owns a guide company and fields a fleet of GGs for his clients, heavy on Mega Trails because they are bomber.
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    Default Re: New sled: Guerrilla Gravity Pedalhead

    No idea why the images are upside down. Sorry about that.
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    Jason Curtis
    FoCo, CO

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    Default Re: New sled: Guerrilla Gravity Pedalhead

    They make cool looking bikes, I need to find a smash demo in the PNW to try out.
     

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