I'm buying a bike I can use for all-round purposes, including freeride, urban assault, dirt jumping, some tricks (wheelies onto and off walls), and also trail riding.
I'm currently considering some of the bikes in Norco's Northshore line-up, like the Sasquatch. My question is: given the versatile riding I like to do, what size frame should I get? I'm 6'2" (170lb). Would a 18.5" frame be too big given that I want to do some tricks and jumps as well? Would a 17" be better, or maybe even a 15"?
Maybe some other Sasquatch riders can share their height and how they find the sizing on their bike.
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