|Univega geometry; does this frame fit this person?||weiwentg|
Sep 30, 2002 8:12 PM
|I'm doing this for a friend, and I want to make damn sure I don't screw this up.
his standover in bare feet is 31.5". torso length is 27.5". arm length is 21.5". he's got bloody long legs. the bike we're looking at is a 53cm Modo Volare. according to Pricepoint, that's a 54.1 cm TT, 74 degree seat angle. his torso length is basically the same as mine. my TT is 535mm with a 100mm stem, 90mm reach on the bars. any reason this shouldn't fit?
here's the bike:
|re: Univega geometry||Leroy|
Sep 30, 2002 8:27 PM
|I have a geometry chart for univega modo frames that lists a 53cm frame as having a 54.1 cm top tube, 73 degree head angle, 75.5 degree seat angle, 98.6 cm wheelbase, and a 76.8cm [30.3"] standover. The frame ought to fit him. Incidently, that's a good bike.
|re: Univega geometry||The Human G-Nome|
Sep 30, 2002 9:27 PM
|i own the same bike. it's a great bike for the money. very, very smooth ride.|
Oct 1, 2002 4:08 AM
|if we don't get it ... Pricepoint does have the frame for cheap.|
Oct 1, 2002 5:19 AM
|and also I have a used frame with Centaur BB and headset, seatpost and stem for $250. It is one year old and in near perfect condition. Just traded it out for another frame...an EPX carbon I bought for a song. But as others have said, great bike. Also have wheels and Cassette if you want.|
Oct 1, 2002 7:52 AM
|email me w/ details email@example.com|
|if it's a 53, email me||weiwentg|
Oct 1, 2002 10:33 AM