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Old 07-19-12, 05:07 PM   #1
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CL bike size help

I currenty ride a 56cm cerveo s1 as my road bike. I have an inseam about 32 inches and i'm 6'1...There is a sweet deal for a trek X1 that is a size 56...thoughts on it being the correct size?
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"about 32 inches" What does that mean.

How can you be sure the CL bike is actually a 56cm.

Take it for a test ride to find out.
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Go online and find the geo chart for the bike and compare the effective top tube. If they are withing a CM of each other then go ride it.
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