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Track cycling - Bike, Gearing, Kit advice please 😊

Old 01-02-19, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by ChrisRob01 View Post


54 likely, thanks I will have a look at that 👍
Just keep in mind to size a frame by its reach firstly, then the stack. There is a lot of adjustment in a saddle/seatpost assembly, but not as much when it comes to where your handlebars end up (without adversely affecting handling). It's easier to raise your bars above 0*, but much harder if you have to go much lower than that.
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