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    Chumba owners in GA?

    I know of only two.. myself and sdcantrell. He and I live pretty close to one another around Roswell/Alpharetta and we were going to have a "Meeting of the Chumbas" as soon as we could work it out. Any other Chumba riders in the Atlanta, GA area? Sound off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilster1
    I know of only two.. myself and sdcantrell. He and I live pretty close to one another around Roswell/Alpharetta and we were going to have a "Meeting of the Chumbas" as soon as we could work it out. Any other Chumba riders in the Atlanta, GA area? Sound off!

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    You already know Im in GA. I was the first one and I think we're the only 2 with them. There might be one more but I'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdcantrell
    You already know Im in GA. I was the first one and I think we're the only 2 with them. There might be one more but I'm not sure.
    I sold one to a guy from Alpharetta, is that one of you guys? How you liking it so far?

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    That wasn't me.. but I'm loving mine. The bike just inspires confidence.. I can clean technicals that I wouldn't have attempted on my old ride.

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    The one Larry sold was to my brother. He dislocated his shoulder soon after getting the bike so it has not been ridden that much. My brothers feedback is that it feels "big" - not sure what he means by that. A friend of ours borrowed it for a couple of rides and said the same thing.

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    mine feels appropriate.. but note that Chumba's "medium" is equivalent to almost everyone else's "large". Hopefully he didn't get the wrong size frame.

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    Sized it based on top tube length - comparing it my 19" El Ciclon the measurements and angles are very close except for the seat tube and head tube lengths and he loves my bike.

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    Chumba owner in GA

    I'll add my name to the GA crowd - total 3 - I am in LaGrange. Mostly ride Dauset - ride Blanket's creek occaisally as well - been riding XCL for about 6 months

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    Blanket's Creek is a fun trail. I'm from Athens originally. I think the XCL is a good choice for the terrain around there, and the occasianal trip to Pisgah. I might ride Blanket's when I go back for the holidays to see the fam.

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