Earlier this year I decided to pick up a cheap entry to the Trials world, in this case a 95 GasGas JT25 with service records and a history all the way back to the original owner. I've probably only put four or five tanks of gas through it but I already like how much feedback you get and how quickly you can learn. I haven't built any obstacles in the yard yet so after 4 weekends of racing the KTM and I were both ready for a break. I figured trying the GasGas on some real obstacles would fill that break nicely. Riding the five miles of gravel road/Trail to the rock piles the jeeps use felt a bit awkward but felt much more at home after bouncing around on the rocks. After carefully looking around these rocks I decided to lower my standards a bit: Overall I had fun and could see myself keeping one around to play/learn on. I started making a list for the bike, brakes, wheel bearings etc. Am I going to have a hard time finding parts for this bike? Also the bike bottomed way easier than I expected, like rolling over the rocks above and maybe getting an inch or two of air=harsh bottoming. Also the front forks feel like they have almost no rebound damping. Is this stuff normal or should I be thinking about a setup for suspension (springs revalve rebuild etc)?