Wanted - help with Playmate

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by Cyborg_Chippy, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. Cyborg_Chippy

    Cyborg_Chippy New Member

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    Hi all,



    I recently got back into cycling and started to rediscover the joy's of off-road cycling so much so that I've decide that it's time to send the 16 year old XT equipped, non-suspended fossil I own to the museum of shed.



    This however presents me with a dilemma what to replace it with - I'm currently planning on cycling 40 minutes to work and back each day on the roads to keep my fittest up and weight down, But I also want a machine for the weekend that can Off-Road, Climb, Jump, Bump and Drop with minimum amount of maintenance. (JUMP is a must)



    As a starting block I'm think of a full suspension rig like the Cove Playmate as it looks cool, but what size frame do I need I'm 6'1" (1.85m) and 13st12lbs(88Kg).



    Any opinions, comment on this frame or links to Reviews would be greatly appreciated. :confused: :confused: :confused:


    Thanks
     
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  2. kriss.boo

    kriss.boo New Member

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    I'll be your playmate....lol
     
  3. Cyborg_Chippy

    Cyborg_Chippy New Member

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    Are you Phat or Phin?
     
  4. kriss.boo

    kriss.boo New Member

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    i'm a bit on the phin side. but i love to get phat air....and i know how to crash properly now.
     
  5. Cyborg_Chippy

    Cyborg_Chippy New Member

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    Sounds good, and you have the right skills, but can you answer the follow question.

    What is the maximum obtainable speed at the moment of Critical Faff?
     
  6. kriss.boo

    kriss.boo New Member

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    and the maximum obtaionable speed of a critical faff depends on the faffers and the amount of faffing to be done
     
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