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    YB1
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    And on the other end... a Scalpel 100 minimum rider weight?

    I was reading on here that to ride the Scalpel 100 you need to weigh enough to bend the chainstays, that 120 lbs isn't enough to get full travel unless you're riding really aggressively. I know that for me at 160 lbs my Scalpel seems to have a perfectly dialed suspension so it does make me wonder how the same rear triangle coul possibly work as well for my wife.
    Emory Kalahari Kruiser

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    take the shock out and you'll see how realistic that is (the rear end flops around like crazy). She'll be fine.

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