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If that's the manufacturer's recommended max weight, then that's it. If you're looking for a "max weight" you could carry, then start loading it up. If you go too far, then its a bit less than that. Also be aware static load maximums are always higher than dynamic loads. Just cos you can stack hundreds of kilograms on doesn't mean the bike will handle ...


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The limiting factor when it comes to durability and cargo on a “normal“ bicycle are the wheels. The Ryde Zac 19 rims used on this bike actually list “MAX. SYSTEM WEIGHT (KG): 110” in the specifications. They also don’t recommend it for “HIGH LOAD 130KG” usage. Though that seems to be a rather conservative estimate considering the weight, number of spoke ...


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