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Aug. 27, 2018, 5:35 p.m. -  DangerousDave

I get that the seated feel between the two bikes would be the same (TTTL/butt-to-hands), but in standing I'm still riding a much longer bike. So much so that It'd be like sizing up to a large (and then some) in my 2017 Range, or like sizing up to an XL compared to a 2016 Range. As someone who likes a nimble bike that can be thrown around that just doesn't appeal to me. Nor does having to ride a size small with a crazy amount of seatpost exposed when I buy a new bike in a year or two. I understand that there are benefits to a longer bike, but they just don't add up for my riding.

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