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(51) 10-27-07 10:44 AM

Mazama Shop Drawings
 
Well, the long-overdue drawings have arrived for my Mazama "680MM X 650MM". How does these numbers compare to what you are riding?:D

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2330/...56aa42bf45.jpg

Tom Stormcrowe 10-27-07 11:41 AM

Well, my Allez is 580X585. ;)

jaxgtr 10-27-07 12:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe (Post 5531650)
Well, my Allez is 580X585. ;)

hahhahahahaha

jaxgtr 10-27-07 12:13 PM

I thought you back out of this cause it was not going to be bigger than what your were riding now?

Tom Stormcrowe 10-27-07 12:13 PM

Yep, it isn't too terribly often I feel tiny ;)

(51) 10-27-07 12:47 PM

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Originally Posted by jaxgtr (Post 5531750)
I thought you back out of this cause it was not going to be bigger than what your were riding now?

Well, I spoke to the owner for about 30 minutes and I asked them to redesign it. The bike is now 2 inches taller and 2 inches longer. Will that make much of a difference?

jaxgtr 10-27-07 01:10 PM

I would think so, did he compare it to what you are riding now?

(51) 10-27-07 01:24 PM

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Originally Posted by jaxgtr (Post 5531943)
I would think so, did he compare it to what you are riding now?

Yep, did it all; I was professionally fit by Chainwheel Drive in Tampa, Co-Mo reviewed photos of me and my current bike and we had a lengthy discussion about how I ride and what I wanted out of this bike. Apparently they have also built customs for some of the Orlando Magic and Portland Trailblazer "Clydes:p".


Any more feedback would be appreciated before I pull the $3,000 trigger...

Tom Stormcrowe 10-27-07 05:49 PM

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Originally Posted by (51) (Post 5531976)
Yep, did it all; I was professionally fit by Chainwheel Drive in Tampa, Co-Mo reviewed photos of me and my current bike and we had a lengthy discussion about how I ride and what I wanted out of this bike. Apparently they have also built customs for some of the Orlando Magic and Portland Trailblazer "Clydes:p".


Any more feedback would be appreciated before I pull the $3,000 trigger...

Personally, I think you'll wonder why you were worried about it once you start riding it. ;)

Antelope 70cm 10-27-07 07:53 PM

(51) Wanted to post here in this thread. My Serotta is 70cm C-T-C seat tube, 57cm C-T-c top tube. I'm 6'9" with a 41-42 inseam, short torso. I used to use a 120 stem. Anything longer and i would be reaching too far forward and get neck pain. I have since used a quill adaptor and a 130 rise stem. Much more comfy.


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