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    What size Mojo ?

    I am thinking about getting a Mojo and wondering what size people are getting ?
    I am 6 feet tall and currently ride a medium Titus Switchblade.
    I like a smaller bike, but don't want to be too cramped for sure.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcpowpow
    I am thinking about getting a Mojo and wondering what size people are getting ?
    I am 6 feet tall and currently ride a medium Titus Switchblade.
    I like a smaller bike, but don't want to be too cramped for sure.
    Thanks
    Large with 90mm stem. I'm 6'1 and that’s my set up with seat on center to the post for much climbing and wouldn't want it any smaller. If you like a significant layback seat position, like 2 inch behind center for close to 70 degree effective seat tube angle, I could see going to the medium since you are a little shorter than me. With the OEM air forks the front is very light and easy to manual and step up rocks.

    It's been years since I demoed a first year Switchblade on South Mountain near the Tempe factory. But as I recall the Mojo handles downhill with very similar confidence but with more plush travel, and climbs noticably quicker with the most buttery pedal feedback of all.

    Hope that helps.

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    I'm 6' 0" too....

    And i ordered a large. I usually ride a medium steel mojo and felt the cockpit was a little cramped with my 110mm stem, and from the measurements the L gave me a little more room....

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