It would be better to get solid forks as they are lighter have a slight flex which would be more comfortable than locked shocks.
Suspension is heavy and sucks up allot of your power up hills.
If going on rough terrain, wider tyres (your bike will need the clearance) and solid forks will get...
however perhaps the edge is sharpened to thin.
Once i put a very thin razor edge on a opinel, after batoning a small stick it was gone!
Then again, there is a lot of bad steel out there and the edge rolling as opposed to chipping probably hints that it is too soft.
Get some rice, Dolop of Pataks Madras paste (or your choice) add some cayenne pepper if you want heat. Put in plastic takeaway tub for down woods.
Put in pan, cover with 2cm water, stir. Cook for a while testing to see if its ready.
Mine was really hot (2 tbsp cayenne) so was very...
I have become crazy about recumbents recently and I am in the process of building one.
They may be less of a strain for someone with a heart problem but not much I dont think
However I have seen these really good videos of someone making a electric recumbent trike hybrid with a shell
that's quite a hard target, but it is possible (good for mini axes)
I normally go a bit below that though.
I use a foldable diamond file/stone (£2.50 ebay, and found a small one free in a nail cutting set)
and to finish a home-made stone from a river