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Old 06-05-07, 12:59 AM
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I knew someone would pick up on that.

My sweetie became pretty adamant about not wanting drop bars, sighting that she no longer feels comfortable with them. This means I have to convert a couple of her bikes to some kind of flat bar setup. She's been riding trekking bars for years and just doesn't want anything else on her commuter/touring bikes.

I couldn't handle the thought of converting the Sherpa over to a trekking bar rig so I bought her a new birthday bike of her choice that happened to come equipped with bars she likes. Then I claimed the Sherpa as mine. for both of us.


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Originally Posted by Miles2go
I ordered a 06 Sherpa for my wife's birthday and it should be coming into my friend's bike shop either today or tomorrow.
Could you send pictures? I know I'd enjoy seeing them. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by BigBlueToe
Could you send pictures? I know I'd enjoy seeing them. Thanks!
I think they're already in this thread.
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Rocky Moutain Sherpa

Hello I own a Sherpa 2006.
I purchased my paniers type arkel I have the arkel racks front and rear. The size is 40L paniers.
There is a slight problem with the Sherpa its length for proper fit of paniers is too short consequently hitting the panier when cycling with your heel> Even when they are ajusted too its full domain.
I have not really done any long distance yet for time available. This yr I will but will use a trailor.
Other than that it seems very strong for a touring bike.
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Perhaps you're thinking of something else hex1110. Arkel doesn't make 40L bags (42L yes), nor do they make racks. Do you have a photo of this setup?

The Sherpa has long chainstays and both rear eyelets are behind the dropout, giving even more heel clearance. The aft eyelet is 46.5CM from the BB spindle.

I have 54 L Arkels, 175mm crankarms and size 46 riding shoes. I have no heel clearance problems even with the panniers mounted forward on the rack, with the rack mounted to the more forward of the two rear eyelets. Last weekend I ran panniers that have completely vertical forward edges which reduces clearance and I still didn't experience heel strike.

Here's a photo of the Sherpa with forward sitting Arkel GT-54s.


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Sherpa Heel Hitting Panier

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I am sorry, my Arkel is 42L And I have ajusted completely my heel barely misses the panier> If my panier was fully loaded I do believe there would be a problem. So I measured the 520 Trek chainstay and it is longer via 2-3cm. Also I can not get a longer rack system for this would definitely unbalance my bike.
I know that my Sherpa as rocky mountain is trying too break the touring domain/ and maybe this being one of the first touring bikes for Rocky Mountain to compete with Trek, there of crse will be some flaws.
It is definitely a good sturdy bike.
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Originally Posted by Miles2go

Here's a photo of the Sherpa with forward sitting Arkel GT-54s.

Let me guess your favorite color...

Nice bike BTW!
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looking for help here on sizing guys. i'm 6' 0.5" with a 33.5" inseam. i have relatively short arms. i ride a 58cm road bike. unfortunately, i can't test ride the sherpa 30 bc no shops in my area have any in stock. i hear these bikes run rather large in terms of their geometry. can someone with experience on geometry/sizing/fitting give me some guidance on whether they think a 55cm or 58cm would be the better one for me to order?

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C'mon, do these bikes really exist? I e-mailed all the Rocky Mountain distributors in Massachusetts asking about this bike. No replies from any of them.

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Originally Posted by Speedo
C'mon, do these bikes really exist? I e-mailed all the Rocky Mountain distributors in Massachusetts asking about this bike. No replies from any of them.

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yes, they do. if someone will help me with my sizing, i'll buy mine and then help you find one.
ps, not only do they exist, i was able to find a few '06 models still in stock.
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Originally Posted by jignall
yes, they do. if someone will help me with my sizing, i'll buy mine and then help you find one.
ps, not only do they exist, i was able to find a few '06 models still in stock.

I like the '06 red. I'd help, but I'm useless on sizing questions. I'm 6'3", so the answer to sizing questions is pretty much always "biggest size ya got". Good luck!

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Originally Posted by Speedo
C'mon, do these bikes really exist? I e-mailed all the Rocky Mountain distributors in Massachusetts asking about this bike. No replies from any of them.

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I happened to run into the Rocky Mountain bike representative at a race in Helena, MT. I did a mountain bike race on my Sherpa 30 with 28mm slicks and my mavic open pro wheels. He was doing a demo day at the race. I told him what a difficult time I had getting my Sherpa 30 and that I had heard that these bikes were no longer going to be manufactured. He said "NO".. "in fact they are getting ready to do another production run and that bikes should be available again in late July to early August."

It would be nice to be able to do a search and find out what dealers have Sherpa 30's in stock.
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Originally Posted by Speedo
I like the '06 red. I'd help, but I'm useless on sizing questions. I'm 6'3", so the answer to sizing questions is pretty much always "biggest size ya got". Good luck!

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PM if you want some info on a '07 58cm (i think it should fit you but you may want to double check with someone on the geometry). I just ordered a 55cm '06 model from a dealer in Canada. I just love the red myself and the 105 shifters and brakes are better on the '06.
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FWIW, the components on the 07 are about the same except for the brifters which were changed to Tiagra. My Sherpa is the 06 with 105 but I have Tiagra brifters on my commuter bike and I can't tell a difference in feel or quality and that's my highest use bike. As to the nicer looking drop dead red on the 06... I just love it but the understated black on the 07 is probably nicer to have in some touring situations. Sometimes less flash is a good thing.

I really don't think there's a production touring bike out there that holds a candle to this one for the money. Aside from the road triple they really nailed it here. Remember, made from unequalled 853 and all hand built including the wheels, in North America. That's not to say that something hand built elsewhere is of lesser quality. What I'm saying is this makes the asking price that much better. When I get back from Alaska I'll try to remember to hit RMB again about changing the crankset for the future. They were very receptive to the idea when I first talked to them about it.

Now let me offer this thread a few more images.







Those are Schwalbe Marathon XRs that measure exactly 46mm wide and as you can see there's room for more. They're the biggest tires I have around. The wheels and tires were borrowed from my Thorn Nomad but wanted to offer something you could see for yourselves.

ronzorini... I don't have a favorite color but I do see what you're saying. It's just a coincidence. The photos are taken in my movie room and thus the red carpet.

Sizing: I'm 5'11" and fit nicely on the 52cm (55cm ETT). I normally ride a 56 or 57 but I'm running the original stem on the Sherpa and think it's perfect for me. I can't make recommendations on fit for the 55 or 58 since I haven't seen them myself.

Good luck in your search for this bike. There are still some to be found since a shop about an hour away from me has a couple of 07s.
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Originally Posted by Miles2go

Sizing: I'm 5'11" and fit nicely on the 52cm (55cm ETT). I normally ride a 56 or 57 but I'm running the original stem on the Sherpa and think it's perfect for me. I haven't seen any other sizes in person.

Good luck in your search for this bike.
Ron - thanks so much for the insight on this baby. I hear you on the understatedness of the black but the red is just soooooooo sweet looking. Plus, I like the fact '06 is the first year it was made - prob not a lot of them out there/feels nostalgic/classic already. Re sizing, I'm less than two inches taller than you so your feedback makes me feel comfortable I made the right choice in getting the 55cm over the 58cm.

I'm pumped up to get this thing/hope there are no glitches with the shipping. I got the bike for CN$1,400 plus CN$125 for shipping. I needed to pay ~CN$200 sales tax but I'm pretty sure I can get that back bc I'm not a Canadian citizen.

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bad news

guys - bad news. while the bike shop in Canada has been excellent to deal with, purolator has proven difficult in terms of getting a reliable shipping/tariff quote and thus i've cancelled the purchase of the '06 sherpa. i'm going to do a custom LHT build instead. thanks for all the help here. i'm a bit disappointed but not much i can do.

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I'll throw this out there:

I found a 50cm '06 Sherpa, but, it's not local, so I can't test ride for fit. And, my LBS is out of any/all Sherpas until the '08s come out. I need a new bike. And, I very much want to avoid a black bike. So, I would like to determine if this 50cm would be the best fit of those they have made.

I am 5'8", 32.25 inches inseam. The conversion is approximately 81.9cm, or 819mm. My road bike is a 54cm top tube (not sloping, c-c), 54cm seat tube. My touring bike is a 55cm top tube (not sloping, c-c), 54cm seat tubes. So, it looks like the 52cm '06 Sherpa would fit me, the 50cm would be too small.

However, Miles2go said he's 5'11", 3" taller than me, and he's got the 52cm. I'm neglecting something here. Anyone willing help me with this puzzle and make an educated guess?

For your assistance, here's the '06 Sherpa spec page: https://www.bikes.com/bikes/2006/touring/sherpa.aspx

Please don't lecture me on ride-for-fit. I know that. But, I can't do that. This educated guessing is the next-best-thing.

If I can be convinced that the 50cm is the closest fit to the specs I have given of those possible, and w/o a doubt the 52cm would be too big, I'd be willing to buy the 50cm bike and resell if it's too small after I test-ride it. But, if we know it's likely too small for me in advance, I'll just wait for more black ones to come out, have s&s couplers put in, and the new paint-job can be red.

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Originally Posted by jignall
guys - bad news. while the bike shop in Canada has been excellent to deal with, purolator has proven difficult in terms of getting a reliable shipping/tariff quote and thus i've cancelled the purchase of the '06 sherpa. i'm going to do a custom LHT build instead. thanks for all the help here. i'm a bit disappointed but not much i can do.

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Too bad. It wasn't until this year that I realized that the dearth of touring bikes out there could be so heart breaking.

You'll end up with a nice LHT anyway.

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FlowerBlossom,

Congrats on finding one of these.

Our inseams are pretty close to being the same length which tells me you'll be stretched out on the "52". I'd bet that your more apt to like the fit of the "50" but it depends on your riding/touring style. The RMB dealers I spoke to before buying ours told me the Sherpa "runs big" for the size designations.

This bike *is* a couple of cm shorter across the top than most of my bikes but I like that fit for touring and it came with a 100mm stem rather than a 120mm. You could easily take that up to 110 or 120mm on the "50" and vary the rise to your liking. Stems are inexpensive and today's removable faceplates make changing them a snap.

Here's a measurement that may help you make a decision but don't assume that you need to mirror the setup of something you already ride to find your most comfortable riding position on a new bike. With that said...



The red line is from the center of the stem/hb clamp to the c/l of the seat tube across a horizontal plane. This distance on the size 52cm Sherpa is 64cm with the stock 100mm stem in use. FWIW

Adding those lines and saving it in paintshop really degraded the image quality, dang it.



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Guys - just a few comments on sizing. I spoke with someone who spoke with the designer of the bike and there's a lot of flexibility in the sizing bc of the sloping top tube. This was purposeful as they only wanted to make limited frame sizes to start. So in reality, most likely two sizes would fit people equally as well, you'd just need to make different adjustments on each. The interesting part is that chosing the smaller size could actually stretch you out more bc as you raise the seatpost, it pushes the seat back, and the bars will be relatively lower, which while stretch you out as well. When I ordered my bike from Canada, I was going for the 55cm but after speaking to someone who is familiar with the geometry, I think the 58cm would have been the better fit (the 58cm sherpa is DEAD ON to the geometry of my road bike). HOWEVER, there's no doubt the 55cm would fit me/I'd just need to make some adjustments.

Hope this helps.

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Ron, Jignall, thanks for the information!!! Ron, the photo was fabulous! And, I think I have that measurement somewhere.
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I have the measurements.

The measurement on my current touring bike, intersection of handlebars+stem to seatpost at the seat = 65.0cm.

Miles2go, do you still think I'd be too stretched out on the 52? Seems like a fit to me.

edit: the LBS said they measured the 50 frame to have an effective top tube of 53cm. Is 53+12 (120mm)=65? Or, not that simple?
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I'm 5' 9.5" and 31" inseam. I rode both the 55 and 52. I felt much more comfortable on the 52 than the 55. I bought the 52 and I have been extremely happy with the fit. I flipped the stem to put me in a little bit more upright riding position... it's perfect now! I ride a 54 or 56 road bike if that helps at all for reference. The Sherpa 30 is one comfortable riding bike. I'll be doing the 204 mile one-day seattle-to-portland ride on my Sherpa 30 on July 14. This will be the true comfort test... 14-16 hours in the saddle.
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Hmm.. that means you are longer torso than I am, and taller, so the 52 might be a bit of a stretch ,even if the height is about right. Hmmm.

Dang...so close...as in, you'll be riding close to Olympia. If you weren't on a mission, I'd ask to "test ride" your 52. I'll likely be waving in support, though. A friend and her kids are going to come to Olympia and we are going to ride the trail from Olympia to the point where we meet up with the STP route, and wave at her husband/their dad as he rides by. I'll wave at everyone. I plan to ride next year.
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FB... So what have you decided so far?

I'd believe the Rocky Mountain data on what their VTTs measure. From my experience with my Sherpa and from what I've heard from others that own them, the 50 sounds right for you. I could be wrong of course, but I couldn't imagine both of us being comfortable on the same sized bike when I can ride it all day in comfort with the original 100mm stem installed. I came across a 110mm stem I might try but this is just out of curiosity.

Gearing:

Yesterday I replaced the 30t small chainring with a 24t ring I had. This actually worked. I could easily shift between the 42 and 24t rings. Now of course it wasn't a logical progression from the 24 to the 42 but it was fun to see this work without any mechanical issues.

I took this further by changing the other two rings this morning and going for a 35 mile ride. I just used rings that I had on hand and what the bike has now is 48/38/24 on the original crank arms.

This setup works perfectly without even moving the front derailleur down on the seat tube. Below is a shot of the bike halfway through today's ride. Note the tires. Those are 40s. 42-622s that measure 40mm wide inflated on the rims. I came across some 700c 47mm tires and a pair of 60mm Big Apples yesterday. 40-45mm wide seems right for what I have in mind.



I'm so impressed with this bike that I'm leaving my expedition prepped Thorn Nomad at home and taking the Sherpa with me to Alaska. This was a very late decision and I may suffer a little for it in the end but hey... it's good to suffer from time to time.

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