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Road Bike Purchase

Old 03-04-06, 11:40 AM
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Road Bike Purchase

I am considering whether or not to buy an 80's raleigh fixed. Is a 22" frame too small for someone 6'1"? I have never purchased a road bike before.
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Old 03-04-06, 01:30 PM
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.....yes too small
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ride what feels comfortable. i am 6'4" but i rode bmx for my whole life, so i ride a 58c-c i cant imagine riding a bike "my size" it seems so bulky and oafy.
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