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  1. #1
    Sweatin in Bama
    Join Date
    Jun 2007

    Help on 2014 Sensor Elite sizing

    Need help from you guys. I am looking at trading an item for a, like new, 2014 Sensor Elite.

    I am 5'10"-5'11" (depending on which Dr. measures me) with a 30'ish" - 31" inseam.

    I have a FOX 140mm fork I already want to use on it. I am trying to get a general consensus on if I'd be o.k. on a large, which is what he has, or if I need to pass or try to find a medium. I also have a 50mm stem for it.

    Lastly, I've recently lost 90 lbs. but am still well in to the Clyde category. I'm currently at 265 but working to get down to 215 or so. Will this bike hold up to my size? I don't do large jumps or heavy rock gardens, it's more flowy trails with some 1-4' drops on occasion. Luckily, until I get my weight down significantly more, there are by-passes around the 2-4 drops.

  2. #2
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    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Large should be ok for you - but always good to sit on bike or ride it if you can.

  3. #3
    Sweatin in Bama
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Thanks. I also have a line on a Santa Cruz Superlight with new fork and shock at each end. Will the SC be more or less durable than the GT?

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