Old 10-03-07, 07:32 PM
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CmdrGabeE
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Thanks for the very informative post, wds! Indeed you are right. I checked both the SR20 and the Expert's specs, and the Expert's stock tires and rims do cater to much smaller riders. *Sigh* It sucks being too short for my age. And considering the fact that I'm already 24, doubt I'll still get any taller .

Okay, now I'm thinking of just sticking with the SR20 so I can have a reliable performance bike that can handle anything I [might attempt to] throw at it. Still, would purchasing shorter cranks, handle bars, stem make the bike at least conform to me more? I guess I can just change the parts to make it fit me so I wouldn't have to downsize to a bike with a smaller frame.
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