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I am buying a cube hanzz pro freeride but I cant decide on the size. The dealer has only Medium size so I cant ride the large one. I am 182 cm tall 76kg and have step length of 89cm. What shall I do?

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Surely trying the medium size will tell you everything? Also you're the same height as me, so I imagine a large frame will have too long a reach. – cmannett85 Feb 7 '13 at 8:11
XC i ride a large which is perfect. for a freeride the dealer told me go with the medium will have better handling – artemis Feb 7 '13 at 8:14
There are better, more general questions about sizing frames - e.g.…,… - this question will be of little use to anyone else even if someone can productively answer the original. – Unsliced Feb 7 '13 at 8:15
I'd be suspicious of any dealer advising me to buy what he has in stock, even if it's a bit too small. I can't find it, but didn't we have a question along the lines of "The bike I want is either too small or too large, which should I get?" If so, this is a duplicate of that, but IMO not of the others. – Neil Fein Feb 7 '13 at 16:13

I would suggest trying another dealer and taking your potential next bike for a spin. They should allow at least ride in their parking lot.

Bike sizing is important, do not try to save a buck buying a bike which does not fit.

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