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Bike Geometry


Size Seat Tube
Top Tube Head Tube Chain Stay Seat Tube Angle Head Tube Angle Stand Over Wheel Size
S 483 505 90 400 78° 72° 772 700
M 502 524 100 400 78° 72.4° 789 700
L 537 561 140 400 78° 73° 825 700



Bike Geometry

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