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Old 09-14-2017, 07:23 AM
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I keep forgetting to mention this, but there's a kid's bike company here in Ft. Collins. They have also expanded to making bikes that fit otherwise hard to fit small adults, too.

Trailcraft Cycles:
http://www.trailcraftcycles.com

I don't know how they stack up or their line comparably, but they are local. Brett works (or did, not sure) at Niner, so they're probably legit.
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Old 09-14-2017, 07:54 AM
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Dave, those look pretty nice. I never shopped that price range so I can comment on how competitive they are on apples to apples.

I was looking at this as a possible next bike for Bridger as you can upgrade it to a 26" wheel as he grows. But I'm not sure I want him to deal with the long chainstay while running 24's

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