So after 12 hr work day on Wednesday I was dying to get on some kind of two wheeled action yesterday. I got home and decided to ride my bike down to Haw from the house. Doing this isn’t bad at all and it even lets me hit the trails all warmed up. I am still trying to get “back up to speed” on my trail bike after so much moto lately. Part of the problem is the Cane Creek Double Barrel shocks I have been riding. Those things offer TOO much traction and at times its hard to get the bike to turn because the rear wheel is so glued. Well, I have been playing with my settings to help the rear end come around in turns and last night I found a majic spot. I am running more LSC and less LSR than suggested to get a little bit of a skippy action. But it allows the rear to break free and I can push it around to help square up in the turns. But in typical Double Barrel fashion its real smooth and very controllable. Well anyway I hit up this little natural step down as I trail crosses Red Hill and I had the best two wheel drift coming down Rainbow. As I felt the front start to push I pushed a little harder on the rear and was able to bring the front back under me. The amazing thing is that these movements are measured in millimeters and require very good use of independent braking techniques. All in all it was a good and rewarding ride.