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  1. #1
    The Unaffiliated
    Join Date
    Oct 2009

    New question here. Frame suggestions?

    Planning to build a DJ bike that will probably see a little bit of freeride on manicured trails, and nothing huge, so a SLIGHTLY slacker HT angle might be nice. I'm 6'4", 200lbs so it has to be long and strong. I'd prefer to support a smaller company that has good customer service, preferably American designed and made, but I might throw a few dollars to a Canadian company as well.

    As for steel vs aluminum, I'm undecided... Honestly I probably care about appearance and geometry more than material.

  2. #2
    singlespeed stephen
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Transition trail-or-park. A bmx guy I know uses it for everything, and he's got about six bikes, rides it the most. For $450, you can't beat it, steel, euro BB, horizontal dropouts, integrated seatpost clamp. Plus they make a long version which will probably be your size. Definitely worth a look. I'm getting one soon.
    2012 Transition TransAM
    2012 Surly Cross Check
    2010 Rocky Mountain Flow DJ

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