I think I used to get a 25 up front on my OG Mash and a 28 rear.
I doubt changing out the seatpost to titanium is going to give you any more comfort. It would probably work if there was more of the seatpost extended, but with so little exposed, there’ll be very little difference in flex.
Love that frame colour and it seems in very nice condition.
Thanks for the info.
Yeh seatpost is more of personal taste rather than comfort to be honest.
And the frame is pretty clean yes, ive resisted the urges to through stickers at it and really use it as a street bike. Most often use it in the summer and short rides now and then as most of the time il using gears now !
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Haha, just clicked that the MASH you’re talking about is the same mash I’m talking about.
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Cinelli Vigorelli Pista
I think aesthetically a size smaller with more seat post would do it
Love how the Cinelli steel Vig's feel dialled in.Hurr
I actually feel quite cramped on it and it’s only just arrived! I’ve had road bikes, fat bikes, 29ers, etc. and it almost feels too small.
I do think there’s room for the seatpost to go up though so will edge up as I’m on it more.
Put some hoods on it, that will stretch you out more.
There’s a temptation to go layback seatpost and a longer stem, although 110mm is on it currently!
Will see how things feel after a few more rides.
Lay back post will help make room as well as some road levers with hoods mentioned already. Fit can change as you get stronger and increase your flexibility. I'm just being super critical about the seat post extension being proportional to the stem
Someone said that to me before and it made me buy a new frame that was too small anyway
You can try putting the bars lower, that will give you slightly more reach
-17 degree 150 stem would be right aero... as long as your back is capable of withstanding it.
This is mine currently
Certainly don’t think my back would take it 😂
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