Testing the water here.... I'm only selling this frame as a last resort.
This is a big frame; If you're under 6' , forget it. I'm 6'1" and ride it as shown in the pics, and it feels fine, though it's also suitable for much larger (and heavier) riders. She measures 21" c-t, 19" c-c seat tube, and 23.25" c-c actual, 23.75" effective top tube.
I've ridden her with 80mm and 110mm travel forks, and she's happy with either.
No dents , dings, cracks or rust. Only the odd scratch through to the primer as shown in pics. These have now been touched up.
Despite her size, this is one of the ,most agile bikes I've ever ridden, and totally stable going up or down.
Pics here: http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... =soulcraft
Reviews here (count'em!): http://www.mtbr.com/mfr/soulcraft/xc-ha ... 27crx.aspx
£350 posted UK.
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