Dingobmxer... Yeh that counts i suppose, it amazes me the amount of people who believe you have GOT to have 160mm of travel to do jumps and techie stuff, i used to have a 100mm fork on my Marin Wolfridge and i did alsorts on that, big drops/jumps black run at Laggon/Fort William, you can do almost anything on a bike with 100mm travel up front.
Nice Brown 456 there too, not normaly a fan of brown ones but that looks nice with the white rims and fork, goes really well.
This is my Ragley Bluepig, with the white rims. Alot of people hate the white stuff but i think it looks sleak modern and goes with almost anything, saying that i got the black forks because i thought they would look better than the white ones, was never really happy with the finished result of this Ragley, it was done on the cheap really and weighed 31Lb, big lump to pull uphills thats for sure, especially when you are dragging 2.5 Kenda Nevagal stick-e up with you.
Then changed to the Halo's but they are rubbish on most terrains, especially steps!!
The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you'll crash.
1989 Falcon Bannana
2010 Cube Fritzz The One
1997 Kona Koa
2010 Ragley Blue Pig