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Old 11-22-19, 07:39 AM
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The S2L is a two-speed derailleur drivetrain, whereas the M3L is a three-speed internal hub drivetrain.

The S2L is a lighter bike, and the gear range is not as wide as the M3L. That's the biggest difference other than the raw lacquer finish.

Much will depend upon your gearing preference. Personally, I find the M3L (I have one) geared way too high. Might be just right for you, tho.
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