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    Cove G Spot question

    I've been looking at G Spots and can't find any real sizing info. I'm 5'10 w/ a 32" inseam so I seem to be able to ride both medium and large frames. Does anyone no where I can get some frame dimensions? The Cove website has some but the are woefully inadequate for making an informed decision. I'm trying to decibe between the 17" and the 19".
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomie67
    I've been looking at G Spots and can't find any real sizing info. I'm 5'10 w/ a 32" inseam so I seem to be able to ride both medium and large frames. Does anyone no where I can get some frame dimensions? The Cove website has some but the are woefully inadequate for making an informed decision. I'm trying to decibe between the 17" and the 19".
    I'm 6'3 and rode a large. I used it for all round duties and DH. For all round it was cool, for pointing downward too big. You'll most likely find the large too big for everything. A friend who is a couple of inches shorter than me has a medium and prefers it to my old one.

    Saying that, if you want a cheap large, my 04 with 5th is only 600.

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    cove website

    has a toll free number on there that you can call and ask. Jim

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    if anything get one that is too small, i've made the choice to go with a large bike and it was the wrong one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomie67
    I've been looking at G Spots and can't find any real sizing info. I'm 5'10 w/ a 32" inseam so I seem to be able to ride both medium and large frames. Does anyone no where I can get some frame dimensions? The Cove website has some but the are woefully inadequate for making an informed decision. I'm trying to decibe between the 17" and the 19".
    I'm the same size as you, and I ride the 17.5" frame. I'm very happy
    with my choice. I live in Vancouver and ride the North Shore and
    Whistler every week. This bike does it all.

    I have a 0 degree, 50mm stem. Sometimes it seems a little short, but
    most of the time, it is perfect. I think the 17.5" should be good for
    you, but try playing with stems to find the best one for you. As well,
    I'd suggest keeping the steerer tube long until you are sure how much
    you want cut off.

    Hope this helps,
    Dave

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