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Originally Posted by bbattle View Post
The Jamis looks very versatile; well suited for riding around town. It can handle fenders, racks, and wider tires.

I'd first want to ride that Charge before buying it; "straight gauge steel tubing" could be a very dead feeling ride.

The Giant Defy is a very popular bike, aluminum frame/fork versus the steel of the Jamis. Ride these bikes before you decide.
Where did you see where it specified straight gauge steel tubing? Can't seem to find it. Possibly because I'm looking at Performance's mobile site.
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