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Old 06-16-08, 10:14 AM   #1
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measuring frame size

I bought a used Cervelo P2K from a co-worker for $400. Of course, he let me ride it before I bought it so I could make sure it fit me. The bike fits, but how do I determine the frame specs (specifically, the actual frame size)? Can I measure this myself, and if so, then where/what/how do I measure?
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Measure the top tube and compare the size to the geometry table of the current P2. It should give you the frame size.
http://www.cervelo.com/bikes.aspx?bike=P2SL2008#G
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Thanks for that chart, I will measure when I get home this evening.
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