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Old 06-06-11, 09:14 AM   #26
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Old 06-13-11, 02:59 PM   #27
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Zipp 3001 Sizing

I have a mint 3001 in 650cm (traditional TT size, not 700).

Here is some info on sizing...... BTW - a 2001 frame recently sold on eBay for $810.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=400216484437

http://www.zipp.com/_media/pdfs/cata...96_catalog.pdf
http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

Measurement "A" (SEAT HEIGHT)
From center of bottom bracket to center of seat rails. Frame Size Beam Size

23 7/8"- 26" 60.5-66CM 700 C Small Small Beam
26.25"- 28 3/8" 66.5-72CM 700 C Small Large Beam
27 1/8"- 29 3/8" 69-74.5CM 700 C Large Small Beam
29.5"- 31.75" 75-80.5CM 700 C Large Small Beam
23"- 25.25" 58.5-64CM 26" Small Small Beam
25 3/8-27.5" 64.5-70CM 26" Small Large Beam
26 3/8"- 28.5" 67-72.5CM 26" Large Small Beam
28.75"- 30 7/8" 73-78.5CM 26" Large Large Beam

Regarding fit measurements:
1. Range From Crank-Arm where pedal would go at the bottom of stroke to bottom of seat-rail in the center of the seat-wing: 32 1/4 inches (82 CM) lowest to 33 1/2 inches (85 CM) highest.
2. Range From Bottom-Bracket center to bottom of the seat-rail in the center of the seat-wing: 26 inches (66 CM) lowest to 26 3/4 inches (68 CM) highest.
3. Back of the saddle to stem (Saddle is on the rear mount of the seat-wing) 28 1/2 inches or 72 CM.
4. Top-Tube center to center from the 'front' mounting slot on the seat-wing to the center of the head-set (Horizontal): 55 CM or 21 5/8 inches.
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Old 06-18-11, 12:27 AM   #28
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Hi to all.
This is my Zipp 2001, with DI2 : no cabling hassle anymore. Just did Challenge Barcelona a couple of weeks ago, and this remains one of the fastest and more comfortable bikes I have ever tried (I have not found the same riding sensations with the many different modern bikes I have tried). The only change regarding this picture is that I have installed a front Hooker brake now, which, like the bike, is old but very aero.
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Old 06-18-11, 11:13 AM   #29
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sweetest bike posted on this forum, ever. period.
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Hi to all.
This is my Zipp 2001, with DI2 : no cabling hassle anymore. Just did Challenge Barcelona a couple of weeks ago, and this remains one of the fastest and more comfortable bikes I have ever tried (I have not found the same riding sensations with the many different modern bikes I have tried). The only change regarding this picture is that I have installed a front Hooker brake now, which, like the bike, is old but very aero.
Cheers.
Can you shoot me an email (djciii@hotmail.com) I have a question about your Di2 project. Thanks
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Old 10-17-12, 06:54 AM   #32
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Very neat bike never knew that Zipp made frames.
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Old 10-17-12, 08:20 PM   #33
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Nice frame, wonder if they are still making them. I have the Zipp 440 with Gold flange carbon hubs....they are really fast.
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how much?
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Hi nsw,

Is your bike still available?

Thanks
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