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July 26, 2022, 4:23 p.m. -  Cooper Quinn

But then you wind up in 30lb+ territory. And depending on what's currently on it as stuff swaps around a lot, my 170/160mm Rocky Mountain Altitude is ~31lbs.  My point would be more to not get a case of uprateitis and start putting bigger/burlier parts on it, as then you've just bought the wrong bike. Ride and treat these bikes as they're meant to be ridden (I mean... sorta. As I mentioned... I definitely make some bad decisions.), not like enduro bikes. They're more fun that way, too.

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