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Old 07-17-16, 10:26 AM
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54-58cm range for me. The bike shops that have "fitted" me both recommended a 54cm frame. At this point my 55cm frames are most comfortable, and I don't have to worry about toe overlap that comes with the 54cm frames. At the larger end of the spectrum, I think geometry is more important for ride quality. For example I have owned both an Ironman and a Bianchi in 58cm. The Bianchi was very comfortable to ride. The Ironman, not so much.
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