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  1. #1
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    Apr 2011

    masi evo geometry

    i have a new 56cm masi evo ultegra coming and wondering if anyone out there know anything about the geometry - i've been sized and stats are inseam - 84.5,foot - 26.5,thigh length - 89.2-5-=39.2 - torso - 64.5 - arm length - 61.5 - torso and arm - 126 -shoulder width - 49.5 - shoe size 11

    so sizing came out to a sloping 55.6 top tube and 54 seat tube c/t --

    just a little worried about sizing in my paranoid world - i've been injured and have not ridden for just over a year and sold my roadie when i couldn't ride - last road bike was the '06 e5 tarmac s-works - 57cm - the sizing to the masi 56cm is pretty close and the specialized fit me really well - i know that angles are a little different but overall very similar - the problem with masi is it jumps to 59cm - but i love how the masi rides huge bottom bracket

    any thoughts from the cycling folks

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    Even with your measurements, it's hard to say how well a bike will fit you. Your fitness and flexibility play a role in what size is ideal. The best information I can give you is based on the sizing from your old bike to the new one. They are close, so most likely you'll be able to make it fit nearly identical to your old one.
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