Old 09-06-09, 01:51 PM
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Since you brought that old thread up, I hope you remember how most of the real framebuilders didn't have much tolerance for the term "crit frame geometry". Honestly now, bikes are made to be ridden so just judge the bike for yourself based on the way it rides, not based on numbers from some chart. If there is something about your current bike that doesn't suit you, keep this in mind before your next purchase and make the appropriate change.
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