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Sizing race bike. "Surely your 56 is not 56"
It's a comment we hear a lot. She is absolutely right! Since the advent of scrapping frames, the known sizes of the past really have no value anymore.
So how can you know what size you need ? Bikefitting is of course a possibility, but how can you easily transfer your measurements to a new bike if you are already incredibly comfortable on your current one?
Well there's a simple solution to that! #Stack, #Reach and #Saddle height! That's all you need to correctly compare 2 bikes (your old and your future bike).
How to easily determine #STACK and #REACH ?
Place your bike in the corner. Your front wheel touches the front wall, your handlebars the back one. Now you need to measure 4 measurements. 2 horizontal and 2 vertical.
Measure from the centre of your bottom bracket to the ground.
Measure from the centre of your steering head at the top of the frame to the ground.
IF YOU SUBTRACT THESE 2 VALUES THEN YOU HAVE THE #STACK
Always make sure your bike is nice and straight and that your gauge is vertically level.
Measure the centre of your steering head to the front wall.
Measure from the centre of your bottom bracket to the front wall.
IF YOU SUBTRACT THESE 2 VALUES THEN YOU HAVE THE #REACH
Always make sure your bike is nice and straight and that your gauge is horizontally level.
#Z SADDLE HEIGHT
Measure from the top of your saddle to the centre of the bottom bracket. Try to measure as parallel to your seat tube as possible.
Before proceeding to determine your bike size, you should also check the length of your stem and how many mm of spacer are underneath.
With this data, you are ready to decide which size suits you best.
Few spacers, not too long or too short stem and a nice ratio between seatpost and frame!
BE CREATIVE - CUSTOM PAINT
As a Customer, You can choose from various options to put together the colours to suit Your taste.
You can choose from different assembly options to put together the perfect bike within your budget
We manufacture our carbon frames and forks with the high-performance carbon fibre Torayca.
MONOCOCQUE MOULD TECHNOLOGY
Monococque guarantees a carbon structure with optimal performance and durability.
In hydroforming, aluminium is formed into lightweight, structurally stiff and strong tubes.
Makes the frame stiffer and together with the replaceable dérailleur pad we gain weight.
INTEGRATED POSTMOUNT FOR DISC
We seamlessly integrate the disc brakes into the frame design for a nice look and well-protected calipers and discs.
TAPERED HEAD TUBE
This design is tiger than the conventional straight version and generates a more precise driving feel.
PRESS FIT BOTTOM BRACKET
With press-fit, the bracket bearings are pressed directly into the frame.
The rear and front thru-axle provide more stability.
INTEGRATED CABLE ROUTING
Cables integrated into the frame protect them from dirt and moisture and give the bike a nicer look.
FULL INTERNAL CABLE ROUTING
Provides more aerodynamics and is optically fully finished.
The battery is not visible and is also perfectly protected by the frame.
With our belt drive, you experience less resistance when riding and it is also very low-maintenance.
Mik is a system for attaching accessories to your rack by a click system.
INTEGRATED REAR LIGHT
A rear light integrated in the luggage rack is optically much nicer.