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Offline Tour_man

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New PR2's and HyperPro progressive fork springs.
« on: 03 June, 2010, 05:48:04 AM »
Last December before my insurance ran out, I had a set of the Michellin PR2's installed on the bike. A month prior to that I had Hyper Pro progressive fork springs installed. This past weekend I had an opportunity to get away for an over night ride with some friends to the interior of British Columbia. Unfortunately we have been having horrible weather for May, so we had a 5 hour ride in very wet and congested conditions. I am happy to report that the Michellins provided excellent grip while cornering in the rain. Any kind of undulations or bumps were easily sucked up by the new fork springs, and were certainly very confidence inspiring while riding at a good pace through some very twisty roads. The bike really felt transformed, and I would highly recommend upgrading your stock springs to the Hyperpro product.

Offline zalim17

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Re: New PR2's and HyperPro progressive fork springs.
« Reply #1 on: 03 November, 2013, 09:05:42 PM »
did you change the rear or only the front springs?

 


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