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Not quite what I meant. The more aggressive the geometry of the bike (slacker, more trail, etc) the more likely you can get away with, or prefer a smaller bike. Using a yeti sb5.5 as an example, I had to consciously weight the front way more than I was used to. Had it been a size larger, I’m not sure how it would have worked out, whereas on a less aggressive bike some extra length would be fine. Like I said, I’m not fully sold on this idea, but if you take Cam’s experience with liking an XL Bronson vs a L mega tower, it sort of makes sense.
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