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Re: Adult Bike sizing

04 November, 2011 03:35PM
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DocB
. What you need to be sure of is that the smaller size will not compromise the overall ride position. If for example, somebody has short legs and longer upper body then maybe the smaller frame might not be appropriate and in that case I recommend a larger frame with a plain rather than suspension seat pin.

The best person to judge is the guy who saw you on the bike and if he seemed to know his stuff then go with his call.

Your first sentence "hit the nail on the head". I tried the 17"
(No sprung seat) & I was too hunched up.I felt as if I was
on top the handlebars.

I was not offered a plain suspension pin for the 19" Meteor.

I did not purchase a bike there.

Simon T.
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