wish I was pragmatic like that
@amey good shout, thanks
Does anyone know of any stack/reach databases, I've got 3 oldish frames and I'm interested in seeing where they sit relative to bikes that are produced now.
Also trying to see if I can rationalise my stable and replace the functions of #1 & #3 with just #2
https://geometrygeeks.bike/ has lots. I have no idea how reliable it is but they have lots of data. If you have anything specific in mind then any website selling the bike will have the geometry data.
Your bikes are a bit bigger than mine but I think your measurements would be towards the endurance/gravel end of the spectrum than aero/race for current bikes.
Cheers, that's useful.
Short and high is definitely good as that very much fits my weird proportions, but I'm surprised how high bikes like an Allez are nowadays.
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