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    F and SL series geometry

    Hi can anyone enlighten me as to whether the geometry on the F and SL are the same or similar. I built my other half a great ride from an F400 frame and would like to build myself up a similar bike to ride in the mud fest we have here in the UK. My current ride is a Santa Cruz Superlight and to be honest prefer riding her F400. Been looking for a frame but the F are a little thin on the ground so how does the SL compare?

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    Bump! Anyone

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    Re: F and SL series geometry

    Quote Originally Posted by Rustle View Post
    Hi can anyone enlighten me as to whether the geometry on the F and SL series hardtail are the same or similar. I built my other half a great ride from an F400 frame and would like to build myself up a similar bike to ride in the mud fest we have here in the UK. My current ride is a Santa Cruz Superlight and to be honest i prefer riding her F400. Been looking for a frame but the F are a little thin on the ground so how does the SL compare for example geometry, handling etc?

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    Re: F and SL series geometry

    Quote Originally Posted by Rustle View Post
    Hi can anyone enlighten me as to whether the geometry on the F and SL are the same or similar. I built my other half a great ride from an F400 frame and would like to build myself up a similar bike to ride in the mud fest we have here in the UK. My current ride is a Santa Cruz Superlight and to be honest I prefer riding her F400. Been looking for a frame but the F are a little thin on the ground so how does the SL compare on geometry and handling?

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    Hi, all I can tell you is that I've owned both a 2012 flash 1 alloy and a 2013 trail sl2 and I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed riding the trail but it was a good deal heavier even after equipping both bikes to a similar level. Frame geometry can be compared on Cannondales website.

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