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Chinese carbon cyclocross frame model list - info and geometry

Old 10-06-12, 07:56 AM
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Chinese carbon cyclocross frame model list - info and geometry

Chinese carbon cyclocross frame models (most found here: https://bit.ly/OcCw76)

I am interested if anyone has geometry info on any of these, I am especially concerned with the steep seat tube problem on the Dirty Disco, with folks not being able to get their seats set far enough back to avoid knee pain. I am also wondering is any frame has a 60cm effective top tube (probably not). I am also concerned with too much flex on the larger size frames, so is anyone has experience with that please chime in.

I am pretty sure that this is a complete list, but if not add to it.


AC024 or MC024 - Disc brake (Dirty Disco frame mold)

AC043 or MC023 - V-brake (November and Van Dessel frame mold)

FM059 - Disc brake

FM058 - V-brake

AC098 or MC098 - Disc brake

YS-FMCX-01 - V-brake

FF-R014 - Disc brake

BVC-7009 - Disc brake

BVC-7007 V-brake

(last 2 found here: https://www.bev-intl.com/e-catalog/09/p1.htm)

Pedal Force CX2: https://pedalforce.com/online/product...ducts_id=21005

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Just get one of these from Pedal Force, it has a 59cm VTT;

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[QUOTE=Barrettscv;14812799]Just get one of these from Pedal Force, it has a 59cm VTT; [QUOTE/]

Nice, this is exactly what I am looking for. How is the stiffness under heavy crank load and cornering?

Cool, I could make 59cm work. link: https://pedalforce.com/online/product...ducts_id=21005

Pedal Force geometry chart: https://pedalforce.com/online/product...ducts_id=21005
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Just get one of these from Pedal Force, it has a 59cm VTT; [QUOTE/]

Nice, this is exactly what I am looking for. How is the stiffness under heavy crank load and cornering?

Cool, I could make 59cm work. link: https://pedalforce.com/online/product...ducts_id=21005

Pedal Force geometry chart: https://pedalforce.com/online/product...ducts_id=21005
The bike is beefy and stiff. I'm 200 lbs and the bike is rock solid.
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