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Aug. 20, 2015, 9:15 a.m. -  Raymond Epstein

#!markdown New school geometry (slack head angle/road bike steep seat angle/long and low) hit right about the same time as 27.5 wheels became all the rage. So they really weren't many 26″ bikes that had that set up. The Suppressor and the Kona Process 167 (more of a "park" bike though) are the only modern examples that come to mind. I would imagine the Suppressor rides as well as it's bigger-wheeled brethren the Patrol. The only difference would simply be the wheels and their inherit positives or negatives.

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