Have a look at the XL Firebird 29 for a bike between Santa Cruz's XL and XXL.
If the sizing on the Megatower is like the Hightower and you aren't a throwback to BMX sizing I'd go with your bigger option on the bike. I'm 6'4" and an XL Hightower needed a longer stem and a saddle that was slammed back. The XXL Hightower fit great.
500mm+ reach is the number for folks over 6'3".
How does the t-shirt fit? I'm a large in every t-shirt I try - except Chromag. I've got a branded cotton T that fits like a sausage casing.
Plastic pedals are a nice winter option. They don't conduct the cold as well as metal pedals.
I ride trickier stuff on the road then I do at home. Riding around a gap for 8 years means there's a lot of baggage whenever I contemplate hitting it.
If it hasn't been to the courts then isn't it speculation to say a judge would throw the stiffest penalty at someone? Specifically, that at this point the minimum penalty is just as likely as the stiffest penalty.
What's the history in the courts of BC mtb trail builders being taken to court under this act?
We have a local guy making custom frame bags for the fanny pack crowd. I do have to admit that I run a fanny pack in the winter.
You beat me to it!
When I used to order Roach for the shop it was often Ingrid that'd answer the call and take the order. She was really nice and made a few custom pieces for me. I wore every one of them into rags.
Every interaction with her was great and I'm genuinely sorry to hear she has passed.
It seems like the Ripmo doesn't fit particularly big. Is that a fair assessment? I.e. if an XL HD4 fits small the XL Ripmo won't be much better?
Any chance you could ask Santa Cruz why no XXL in either bike (add Nomad to the list) when Santa Cruz sizing dictates a need for an XXL (see Hightower LT and V10 for proof)?
Non parametric model running on 1996 data and a survey with a single collection modality?
This is more a marketing paper than anything else IMHO.
"...I wouldn't fear tossing into the weeds. Of course, I have no real data to substantiate this opinion"
I see many weeds in the photos, thus providing ample opportunity to throw said bike into the weeds and to then gauge resulting fear levels. Not generating this data, in spite of the opportunity given, is an opportunity missed indeed.