Proper bsh for street?

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11/22/2016 1:42 PM

So i have been offered a Proper bsh with top of the line components, but im not sure if that geometry is the best for street, it has a 74.75 HA with R32 forks, 13.5 CS slammed and 9 inch. standover.
The bike is built so well, thats why im wondering about it so much, if the other components were avergare i wouldnt even consider it.

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11/22/2016 3:12 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/22/2016 3:13 PM

Not the most responsive geometry out there but as long as you feel right on it, your setup is fine.

If you really want to add some twitchyness, go for shorter chainstays and/or high BB, eventually some shorter offset fork if you are into nose manuals.

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11/22/2016 4:43 PM

It won't be as responsive as your old wifi but it's good all around geometry.

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11/22/2016 9:43 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/22/2016 9:44 PM

Here comes the copy-paste reply again!

It's all personal preference.

Plus, you'll grow accustomed to your own setup over time.

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