Cannondale supersix evo in 63cm
Includes smooth bb, headset, stem, seatpost and handlebars.
Oh, that is tempting. I think I might have to go for that
big and lush landshark
Very large (65.5 ctc) Roberts going cheap from Isambards.
Unfortunately slightly too tall for me and I definitely don't need another track frame with small tyre clearances.
I like this 25 1/2" Dave Lloyd Concept in St. Albans just not sure about the 650c rear wheel.
Very nce. I was outbid on that Argos when it sold as a whole bike in October (for around £300).
What is the largest production track frame set around? Of the Cinelli/specialized/BMC/Cervelo/cannondale etc ilk?
This is the 61cm that I’ve been eyeballing
A Condor Lavoro gives similar stack, but a little less reach. Somewhat cheaper and much smoother welds, but without the aero seat post (or downtube) and OSBB.
The Standerts that drop up on here are also quite tasty, never seen an XL one about though.
If you can find an NOS or very good condition Ridley Oval in size 62ctc (64ctt) it could be right up your street. I picked one up a couple of years ago. Use it for both road and track.
The site claims they do XXL but the geo chart doesn’t include the sizing.
Always wanted a Ridley
But are you sure yours is the largest?
62->66 with 24cm head tube! Finally I can slam dat stem!
My mistake. Mine is indeed a 62/66!!! They come up every now and then.
I bought my Ridley to slam the stem but the top tube was too long and had to go for a 100mm stem and really short reach bars which was frankly sub optimal. Had to get rid of it :( would buy a 58 in a heartbeat.
Currently have two 61cm condor frames which are too big for me...
This has odd combo of super long reach deep drop classic bars and teeny tiny stem...
And fuck knows what’s going on here ... need a -17 rather than a -20...
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