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    What's your height and What size is your Cannondale?

    Just curious of the sizes of cannondale bikes people buy based on their height. Would appreciate your comment on fit and ride comfort. please specify model /year and size. Thanks!

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    Model: Carbon Rush
    Year: 2008
    size: Large
    Height: 6 ft.

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    There is no one right answer. For me, at 5' 10", I have three different sizes. Height alone is meaningless. Some people have short torsos long legs; others vice versa. Do don't take the feedback from here as definitive. Get properly fitted.

    For me:

    "Bad Boy" commuter (Furio X frame): XL. Wanna be stretched out on the road; seat tube isn't too long. Furio X have Caffeine geometry, rather than Optimo or Furio geometry..

    Hardtails & Scalpel: L. Pure cross-country riding.

    Few times I've ridden fairly technical stuff on a Moto: M.

    Quote Originally Posted by leadpack
    Just curious of the sizes of cannondale bikes people buy based on their height. Would appreciate your comment on fit and ride comfort. please specify model /year and size. Thanks!

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    Model: Rize & Scalpel
    Year: 2008
    size: Large
    Height: 6 ft 1 in

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    Hey leadpak,
    i'am riding a RIZE (great bike) size: L.

    Height is 185cm and to my crotch with shoes are 89cm.
    I agree with almontebarnes you have to get properly fitted!

    Max

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    I stand at 1m 93 cm, mine is a customized Rush 2007, sized XL; she is better portrayed in my profile.
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    I ride a 2008 Rush 4 size L and my height is 6'1 (~184cm), inseam is just under 34" (~86cm).

    When I adjust the seatpost so that my knee has a 5-10 degree bend at the bottom of my stroke, the seat is a couple inches above the handlebars. This is after throwing on a 2" riser bar to replace the mid-rise bar that came stock on the bike. The stem is the stock one, 120mm with 5 degree rise...

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    I'm 6'2" ride a Large Prophet, XL F7 and XL Marin Muirwoods 29er

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    5'8" Medium aluminum Rush. Shorter legs, longer torso. Not sure, but probably could have been happy on a small, too.

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    I am 6'4" (193cm) with a 6'7" wingspan. I ride an XL-sized Scalpel. Scalpels run pretty large actually because of the long top tube.

    I was riding a 140mm stem but when I upgraded to a Lefty the longest SI stem made was 120mm. I think it was a change for the better as it helps set me back a little farther on steep downhills. I might even try a 100mm stem. I still ride flat bars and bar ends, it's an XC bike after all.

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    08 Rush 5z Medium frame. I am 5'11". Was fitted on both a medium and large frame. Medium frame seemed to fit me a little better.

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    5'8" on a Large F7

    The large feels a bit big but the medium felt a bit cramped. I was right in between.

    Edit: I took my first ride today (nothing fancy just a few highway miles) and it feels just right. I am glad that I didn't go with the Med.
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    6'1" long legs, short torso, on a medium Prophet. It fits great for tech. riding, I just need a long seat post for XC riding. The large really felt too long in the TT for me.

    Would have been perfect with a L seat tube, and M top tube.
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    5' 11'' (30'' pants inseam)- medium Caffeine/Bad Boy - Tried large, but it felt to big and standover height wasn't good. Medium fits like a glove using 110mm stem.

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    5' 9.5''
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    6.0 with 33" inseam
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    5'8 w/ 30" inseam
    09 F29er Caffeine (M) & 06 Scalpel 1000 (M)

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    5'-7" w/30" inseam. shorter arms.
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    Helloooooooooo out there!
    6'3" 220lbs Prophet XL w/xxfirm springs in lefty
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    5'10" (180cm), 68 KG's (don't know the pounds...maybe 136?)
    and ride a JUDGE DH in L und soon a Perp 2 in L ;-)) Fits perfect (the Judge)!

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    2009 F4 Caffeine
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    5' 8 "

    08 Scalpel Team and 01Jekyll both medium

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    5'7" Medium F2000 SL Optimo hardtail. I could have easily gone small- but my torso is long, and I would have felt cramped. Everybody is different. Get fitted by a pro, or Google bicycle size fitting, and get every angle possible, on what best suits a particular rider. You will know your bike is dialed-in to you, once you notice rides becoming easier, longer, and most of all- funner.
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    I'm about 5'8" on a large uber v.

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    5'11"
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    Changed to a Thomson setback seatpost and 2" rise handlebar to make it feel right for me.

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    Work in progress not built it up yet but hope I bought the right size frame

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    Large Prophet w/set back seat post, 120mm stem w/5° rise
    Used to ride a medium because I rode mostly technical trails
    I moved to GA. were the trails have longer climbing sections and my lower back was killing me due to the fact I was a little too cramped on the bike.
    Should've bought a L in the first place.....
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    i'm 173cm , 5' 7"

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    6'0" and a 34" inseam. 2006 Bad Boy Ultra, size XL. I have about 2 inches clearance between my boys and the bike when standing over it in my bare feet.

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    5'11, Large F5

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    5'11 220lbs.

    I ride a Large 2007 Prophet 4 and it fits me to a T . I ride everything from mild to wild terrain.

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    6'2", 240lbs, with a 36" inseam. I had a large 06 Prophet, which was too small for me. I felt like my weight was too far forward. I now ride a 08 XL Prophet that fits me just right.
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    I am 6'4, 190 pounds and ride a XL 1999 F400

    My dad is 6'1, 190 pounds and is about to buy a XL '09 F7
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    I'm 6' 2" w/ 32" inseam riding a Large 2009 F7

    I don't know if this is the right size, but the LBS told me it is...
    hmmm....
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    5' 10" (30" inseam) 165 lbs.

    '07 Carbon Rush size M - perfect fit!

    I also fit well on my size M Super V

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardtail Rider
    I'm 6' 2" w/ 32" inseam riding a Large 2009 F7

    I don't know if this is the right size, but the LBS told me it is...
    hmmm....
    It's all a matter of personal preference. My dad could ride a large, but he likes the feel of the XL better.

    On the other hand, the owner of my LBS is my height, but prefers the L frames for a shorter wheelbase for tighter maneuvering on his 29er
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    Height: 6'4", 230 lbs
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    2009 Caffeine F29er 2, size XL

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    Height: 6'-6"
    Weight: 195lbs
    Bike: Prophet Large with the "Brown" front spring.

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    Hi there,

    183cm / 6'0"
    L Prophet, 100mm stem, blacker than black spring in the Lefty, Thomson layback SP, Easton XC LR bars.

    Could have gone the Med, but for 90% of my riding this is a great setup.
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    6'4" Xl

    6'4"
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    XL '03 Jekyl

    Fits well but may switch to a 29'er

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    5'9", Medium JUDGE

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    ASI CA, can you talk about how you feel at your height on a size Large frame? Just curious because I am tall but have considered the possibility of trying a smaller frame.

    Quote Originally Posted by ASI CA
    Height: 6'-6"
    Weight: 195lbs
    Bike: Prophet Large with the "Brown" front spring.

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    Gemini.

    6'3" 215lb on a XL Gemini set up as a trail bike. 5" Lefty MAX and 6" from Progressive 5th.
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    6' 2", 33" inside leg, medium Prophet, medium Gemini, both with inline seatposts and 40mm stems. I have a gravity assisted bias though

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    I'm 5' 8" and I ride a small size Cannondale Rush. I tested both the medium and small sizes before I bought the bike. I felt more comfortable with the small. The smaller frame seemed easier to handle. I probably could just as well be comfortable with the medium if the stem was shortened. My point is that you should figure out what reach you're comfortable with. Once you figure this, you can determine a range of stem length and effective top tube length combinations that will work for you.

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    5'9", 32" inseam, Medium '07 Carbon Rush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chomxxo
    ASI CA, can you talk about how you feel at your height on a size Large frame? Just curious because I am tall but have considered the possibility of trying a smaller frame.
    My reference point for what size mountain bike to buy was my 25 year old Hutch 24 BMX race cruiser (ok you can stop laughing).

    When I was ready to buy my bike (my first MTB) the LBS had several Prophets in stock, a L and an XL. When I compared the seat to handlebar distance the Large seemed huge and the XL seemed almost too big when compared to my Hutch. The L was also in my price range, so the deal was done.

    A year and 3 months later, I have can ride and handle (jump, bunny hop, brake slide, flick around) my Prophet as good or better than I ever could on my Hutch 24. Not to mention my endurance is getting better all the time.

    I will say that going from a single speed 24 bmx to a FS 26 AM was interesting. I basically had to re learn how to do many things I took for granted on a 24. I am now very comfortable on my Prophet and actually un comfortable on my trusty Hutch.

    As a point,I will add that I did put wider,taller (than stock) bars, a lay back seatpost and am looking in to some 180mm cranks.

    Looking back I think I would have learned the same things on an XL. But for the moment I am happy riding and occasionally racing my L Prophet.

    I am doing some lusting after a Carbon Rush, a Scalpel as well as a Gary Fisher 29 Superfly. When I make my next purchase I will use my Prophet as a reference and that will aid in the next frame size decision. I am not sure at this point what size I would choose. Oh and I plan to keep my Prophet no matter what else I buy.

    Cheers!

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    Rider's weight doesn't really matter, since there is no weight limit with Cannondale bikes anyways...even with Scalpels.

    '08 Rize 1, Large (24.5 inches top tube)
    '09 Bad Boy Ultra, Large (24.5 inches top tube)

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    I am 5'9" 32" inseam and I have a M Rush that is very comforatable. i just got a L Rize because the M felt like the top tube was to small. I have only ridden once but it felt great.

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    scalpel 1 carbon 100 (M)

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    6' - 03 L Jekyll

    I have a 33" inseam, I was afraid when i bought the frame a few months ago it might be a little too tall but it isnt too scary for my boys :")

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    lefty f2 - medium - 5'6''

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    im 5'6" with a 30" inseam and ride a Medium Rush 4 with a 100mm stem
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    I'm 5-10 and my Rush's, F3 and Bad Boy are M. The Synapse is a 54cm.
    08 Rush 4 - 650B
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    5' 4", 30" inseam
    Med F1000 which is a 16" frame so it compares to Small f/s Cdales

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    6' tall, 35" inseam & 155 pounds

    '07 Road Warrior 500 Large

    '08 F6 X-Large - Was originally going to buy the Large size but the guys at my lbs couldn't believe I was going to get that size when my seat post was almost all the way out. So I ended up with the X-Large. Had them change out the stem with a much shorter one and moved my seat forward. Also, my hubby put a softer spring in my fork. For the first 100 miles or so I've pretty much been riding with very little to no suspension cause I didn't weigh enough

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    Hi, I'm waiting to receive my Rz 140. size M.
    I'm 1,74m.
    Is that size right, right???
    thanks

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    I'm 5' 10.25, 178.5mm
    32" inseam which is 81.25mm

    A 56cm Himod SuperSix w/ 120mm stem
    A Medium 2009 Team Scalpe w/ 120/-5 Si stem, flat bar
    and a Medium Flash Carbon 29'er w/ 110mm 73 deg. Ritchey stem, flat bar

    Bar reach is longest on the road bike, then the hardtail, shortest on the Scalpel.
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    '09 Rize 1 - frame size M + 120mm +5 stem

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    186 cm 78kg, XL Taurine - I could probaly use a L but I prefer to be a little more stretched out on the bike.

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    I'm 5'10"- 154 lbs- I have a Med Prophet

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    6', 167lbs, Large on Rize & Rush, both with 100mm +5 degree stem.

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    6'1' tall , about 220 lbs;

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    me: 6.0' - 32" inseam - long arms. 155lbs.

    cannondale: 09' Rize 4 (Large) with Thomson X4 90mm (-10deg and zero stack), Monkeylite XC (low rise) and EC90 Zero post.

    Fit feels great. Had to mess around with the stem/stack to keep the front end from wondering/wheelie-ing on the steep and techy climbs.

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    I am 5' 8 1/2" with a 31 " inseam and ride a medium 2006 Rush with 650b wheels and 110mmX20' stem and fits just right.

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    6" 1.5 " 32 inseam, a Large 2010 Cannondale Trail SL 29ER F4.

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    I'm 5'8" and I ride a Medium Flash 29er with a 110 mm -5deg stem. I like the stretched out position. I could ride a smaller size if they had one, I'd just have to have a silly long stem.
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    Super V 1000, medium frame, w/seat in forward most position and stem turned in the "up" position.

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    6 ft 1 1/2" tall, 195 lbs XL 2009 Rize Carbon 2, XL 2008 29er 3 Singlespeed. both have 100 mm stems, Easton EC90 Zero offset post, 175mm cranks, Easton Monkeylite XC bar(high rise on Rize, low rise on 29er)

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    5' 6" 29.5" inseam.

    Bike #1

    M Scalpel with zero setback post and 90mm SI stem. Seat height is approximately 33.5 inches from the middle of the pedal to the top of the seat. That gets me to right around KOPS.

    BIke #2

    Cannondale F600 Small. 1" setback seatpost.

    One thing I don't get with the lefty fork is since they can't be cut, and the BB height remains the same for all sizes, then the drop between saddle and handlebars will always remain the same no matter what size bike you ride. It's just the top tube that makes the difference.

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    5'9" Prophet, Scalpel, Rush, Moab all Medium Frames, inseam 31"
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    I am 5-9 and am on a Large 09 Rush. Was definitely too big (long) for me at first, but I put on a new FSA K-Force Carbon Riser bar, 90mm 5 degree stem, and a Loaded Precision seatpost with no setback and got it to fit quite well.

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    I rode a L 2008 F29 with the Caffeine geometry
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    Large Rize with 70mm stem

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    i am 5' 6" 1/2 and i ride a small scalpel w/ 100 mm neg 5 degree stem and a 48cm caad9 1 w/ a 90mm stem
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    5'11", 34" inseam
    Large Flash 29er, 100x-5 stem

    Just about perfect.

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    5'9" (176cm)
    Prophet M (80mm Lefty stem)
    I would like shorter top tube
    in line seatpost
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    6'2" 280lbs
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    2010 F4 XL
    Most comfortable Bike fit I've ever had, if that means anything I don't know...

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    6'1.5"
    Large caffeine 29er 1
    56 vintage caad 3 1997.

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