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Old 01-09-06, 04:40 PM   #1
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Bianchi size?

A local LBS ordered a 52cm Bianchi cross concept for me today. I am 5'9" and have a 29" inseam, does this sound like the right size? I have been riding a 52cm trek 1500 since 89.
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Their sizing is fine if you look at the charts on the website. I ride a 57/58 size frame but if I order a Bianchi road bike I get their 61 size which has a 57cm toptube. Their sizing I think is from BB to Seat collar.
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I picked up the bike yesterday. The top tube is the same as my 52 trek. The seat post is 3/4" shorter. It feels fine, but I won't know untill I get it out on the road. Thanks for the reply
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