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matt slegg

Echo Trials 24" Or Pure 26"

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Hi I cant make my mind up on either an Echo trials 24" or pure 26'. I have ridden both and they are great, any advice would be a real help as i cant decide. Thanks

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I had the 24", it was pretty cramped. Now I'm riding stock again. Personally I'd go for the pure.

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If you can't decide then toss a coin on it. If your not 100% sure on the one that wins then get the other, simple!

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Thanks for the feed back guys. Luke did you go back to the 26" echo, if so how are they different to ride? I only had a short hop around, the 24' felt like a pogo stick. Im only 5,8" and i dont want the 26" to feel to big.

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Thanks for the feed back guys. Luke did you go back to the 26" echo, if so how are they different to ride? I only had a short hop around, the 24' felt like a pogo stick. Im only 5,8" and i dont want the 26" to feel to big.

5'8" would be fine, I'm over 6ft2. and it only felt okay with a mod stem. For you it should be fine.

I've moved from that to a Typhoon.

From what I've heard and from my own use the 24" was nice, but for me it was to small.

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I rode a lad called Paul's Echo 24" in Bristol on the Beau ride which felt lovely

Also ridden plenty of Pures which share the same Geo as my Rockman Slate 3

Some felt real nice, others really not

Its all down to set up really

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I will let you know how I get on with my Echo trial 24 when it rocks up here this week :D Its got a trialtech high rise stem so should be good!

Adam

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