The left chainstay bend was probably done simply to assure adequate crankarm clearance. If you look at how far out the bottom bracket those stays are, and the outboard-bias detail of the rear dropout joint, that chainstay would've been mighty close to many crankarms.
Scott Minneman San Francisco, CA
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Too big for me but I was wondering about the chainstay treatment on this. By design???
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May be out of timeline but KOF so I sneaked it in.
Castle Rock, CO