Yes, go 7-9 with your weight and likings.edt wrote:nothing wrong with a 7 and 9
exactly.dyyylan wrote:No one has talked about your wind conditions either, which it depends a lot on. Where I live, I am on my 12m about 80% of the time, and the 9m the rest of the time. There are a few sessions where I'm overpowered on the 9m and would love to be on a 7, but very very few where I would be lit on a 7m. A 6m just wouldn't have enough power to be worth going down from a 9 early, and I'd only use the lower end of its range once or twice a year. Not really enough to justify spending money on it.
This is something to consider, how many times would you ride a 6? Do you think you could jump down from a 9 to a 7 and have some great sessions?
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