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June 14, 2021, 7:15 a.m. -  Andrew Major

For two ‘boutique aluminum’ bikes they’re are almost antithesis to each other. Just to start: The Knolly has relatively standard length stays (438mm) and a tiny headtube (106mm / size large) for a 6” bike. The Banshee has long (452mm) or longer (462mm) stays and a long headtube (130mm / size large) for a 6” bike. From there it’s just a rabbit hole of differences from seating position to the bushings v. bearing argument. // I don’t have adequate time pedaling a Chilcotin (only parking lot test) to comment on the comparative ride.

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