Frame sizing question S works Epic
How do you figure out the size of a S works Epic frame. Is it from the seat post to the center of the bottom bracket or what?
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do you need to determine what size to get or do you need to find out what size one is.
I trying to determine what size a frame is. I can ride a 17 or 18 inch frame or medium. Thanks
Originally Posted by nicoblue
The 17" you refer to is a measure of center-of-bottom-bracket to top-of-seatpost. However, the most important thing to look at when sizing is the top tube length. Check the standover height too in case you're not famililar with that type of issue for shorter riders.
Originally Posted by 12mtb
Just click at the bottom of the page on the "Geometry" link.
Size Small Medium Large X-Large
Stand Over Height 746mm 751mm 757mm 767mm
Top Tube Length* 554mm 589mm 615mm 641mm
Head Tube Length 100mm 110mm 120mm 150mm
Head Angle 70.5? 70.5? 70.5? 70.5?
Seat Angle 73.0? 73.0? 73.0? 73.0?
Wheel Base 1044mm 1080mm 1106mm 1133mm
Chain Stay Length 426mm 426mm 426mm 426mm
Stem Length 75mm 90mm 105mm 120mm
H/B Width 580mm 580mm 580mm 580mm
Crank Length 170mm 175mm 175mm 175mm
BB Height 328mm 328mm 328mm 328mm
Seat Post Length 350mm 350mm 400mm 400mm
* TT is measured horizontally from center of HT to center of ST
Last edited by kcavtca; 08-16-2005 at 11:39 PM.
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