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Offhand, that bike looks pretty good for your needs, aside from the front suspension and the 32H wheels. The tires are good and wide, and if you keep them well inflated (above 4 bar) they should handle your weight OK. The front shock has lockout, so if it sags too much you can just keep it locked most of the time. Of course, you will be stressing the ...


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According to the people at Scott, the general weight limit for a rider is 110 kg. You are significantly above this, so the manufacturer doesn't necessarily support you on that. The wheels durability depends a lot on who built them and how well they were built and if they have taken any damage. You are in a YMMV (and at your own risk) range by sticking with ...



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