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Surly Geometry

Old 09-20-17, 01:29 PM
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Surly Geometry

I'm looking to build up a steel bike. Looking at the geometry of the Surly Cross-check and Surly Pacer, the CX seems to be a "bigger" bike between the two frames in any given size.

In the 50cm for instance, the Pacer seems to have a shorter top tube, and shorter standover.

Am I reading this right?

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That seems to be accurate.
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