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I got a ride in on a large Warden Carbon and noticed the stack height felt pretty short. I compared it to the medium and found it shared the same number, which overall is comparatively short to other bikes I’ve ridden. Help me interpret how this short stack translates into the “magic”of the warden...Better climbing efficiency and or cornering? My impulse would be to try higher rise bars, but I hesitate to start swapping stuff and get lost in changing things vs riding as “spec’ed.” Input into any and all Knolly geo philosophy is appreciated.
 

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It is great for people who want to up their frame size. I went from medium Jekyll to Large Warden, the low stack high gives me the same bar high. and low stack high means low top tube, you have more room to move your body.
 
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