- Mazovia, Poland
I'm very much interested with @Ben J answers myself! (Especially as Ben is a self-aware rider indeed!)Hi Ben, great post, i've been close to settling on the Tero X 6.0. Since it's so pricey I'm wavering a bit. I'm wondering a few things:
1. What kind of riding do you generally do, meaning road vs off-road?
2. I noticed you got new tires, did that make a nice difference when you are road riding?
3. Do you find you can comfortable to do like a 30 mile "fast" ride on it on the road?
4. Have you ridden it on a relatively non-technical single track and how did it do?
Probably obvious that i'm debating if it can really be a "do-everything" bike for me. If i'm being real with myself, I will probably ride it 60% on roads, 40% on fire roads/gravel/single tracks etc with my mountain biking brother.
Here, my own impressions of the demo Tero X 4.0 ride. I was positively surprised with the less expensive model but again the terrain was not hard at all.
I was hoping to go to the motorcycle racing at Knockhill today but with winds over 30mph I decided to give it a miss, I could have gone in the car but I preferred to get the bike out as the winds weren't as gusty at home! I was hoping to head down the Clyde Valley on my last ride but the weather...
Were I to buy a Tero X myself, I would probably ride it for the first few months without any modifications. For instance, I liked the stock tyres very much.