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Old 01-21-21, 01:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Cabbage Man View Post
Well it is certainly cheaper to play around with what you already have.

But if you can try out a dedicated MTB, you should consider doing so, so that you have something to compare your current setup against.
I still have my Zaskar laying around in the garage, which is in the process of finding a new home. The geomtery of this bike is more or less the same as other XL hardtails I've found online - that is to say, long and low, the exact opposite of what I find comfortable, or, at the very least effective. I'm not so interested in going down that route once more.
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