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Old 06-29-12, 09:40 AM
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G,day JonnyRo, You could do a lot worse than that Scott there quite good bikes and if you prefer suspension then go for it. There not real MTB forks though there only for absorbing small bumps on bad roads around town to smooth the ride.
I've got a 2009 P1 and the biggest tyre you can comfortably fit is 35c because the chain stays are quite narrow, geometry is more to the MTB side but it is certainly an all round Hybrid with good high speed stability on road and it can take a 23mm tyre too.
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