I looked at the Ellsworth site and it shows the medium Epi has a 24.15" effective top tube length. That's really long for a medium sized frame (it's longer than some other brand's XL length).
I''ve been reading old posts from 2006-2007 and they say the medium Epi has a 23.5" inch effective top tube length. They also mention an "XL" size.
So, did Ellsworth just change the sizing (i.e. is the medium the old large, etc)?
I'm 5'9" and ride a '08 medium with a 100mm stem and it doesn't feel much longer than my old Blur (which supposedly has a much shorter effective top tube).
23.5" seems much more realistic.
What's the real deal?
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