I have a Knolly DT (not current model) that I love but an making a once in a life time trip to Whistler later this year and was thinking about changing frames.
The issue I have with the Knolly is that I find the front wheel is ver light while climbing and this also seems to translate into vague steering whilst cornering on loose terrain.
I have ridden a 2011 One that was set up for a much larger person and it felt extremely planted whilst going downhill and pedaled well.
I am stronger at jumping than I am at riding steeps.
Would the Canfield One (all other things being equal) handle Whistler steeps better than the Knolly, based on the longer reach and slacker HA or should I just be happy and learn how to ride properly?
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