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March 19, 2019, 11:57 a.m. -  Cam McRae

Mondraker may get the nod as the first relatively mainstream company to push bikes in the LLS direction. Certainly long before Transition. Remember when they were doing zero reach stems. I believe that began in 2013. Not to mention when they took the first three spots on the World Championship DH podium in 2016, which could signal when other brands started to really pay attention.  Tomorrow I'm publishing an interview with Santa Cruz Engineering Director Nick Anderson and he has a different explanation for the recent convergence in geometries.

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