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Feb. 12, 2020, 10:40 a.m. -  Mammal

I did the same with a brand new 2014 Aurum frame I found at NSBS (full warranty), when looking to build up a park bike last winter.  $600 new frame that could still use most of my parts from the 2007 DH bike reaching retirement. I already needed a new fork (Dorado - thanks Zac), so went 27.5 up front. The 2014 was the last 26" Aurum they made, and the geo is actually super current. The bike runs so nice in the park with the old-school mullet setup.

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