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    Juliana vs. Superlight Frame

    What are the differences, if any in the frames?

    thanks
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    JUst frame sizes and color choice......Use the SC web page and compare dimensions.. GL.
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    thanks

    I checked the site and thought I might be missing something.

    Would the differences be in the parts, shorter crank arms, shorter stem,etc?

    ron

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    The size differences are mute ...The medium men is the same size as the medium women...It's just depending on your size you can get a smaller superlight (juliana) than would be avail in mens.. and vice versa if you were a taller gal, you effectively get a xl superlight mens....

    Component wise Yeah i think they might spec womens specific stuff...on Julianna's:

    but my wife got a L (juli) frame: and we spec'd her stuff on it ourselves and It got built.. .. She knew what she wanted...
    I have a (L Superlight); Built up myslef..

    But if you are looking to buy for certain color v same size .. Really it's up to you...
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    Juliana vs. SL

    Quote Originally Posted by ronfronberg
    What are the differences, if any in the frames?
    In marketing dominat ! . A bike designed for she label works well indeed. Some redy-made models are worst equipmed too. About the rest - read above

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    Unless she needs a small, get the SL. It's much easier to resell than a Juliana, although is the same frame
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    My wife rode both...

    ... back to back and preferred the super to the J. Both were smalls but the super seemed to fit her better.
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