Canyon sizing help
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    Canyon sizing help

    I have ordered a Canyon Inflite Al 8.0s for the purposes of winter training. I used their PPS sizing & it put me on a 58cm. Now a Canyon 58cm seems a bit smaller than other 58cm I am accustomed to. With an effective top tube of 56.3cm and a 57cm seat tube, head tube measures 16cm.

    I currently ride a 58cm Scott CR1 with a 110mm stem and am very content. This has a top tube of 57.5cm, seat tube 58cm, 19.6cm.

    The 60cm Canyon measures up with a 58.2cm top tube, 59.5cm seat tube, 18cm head tube.

    My measurements are:
    Height 187cm
    Inseam 89cm
    Torso length 62cm
    Shoulder width 46cm
    Arm length 64.5cm

    So what would you put me on a 58cm or 60cm? One or the other with either a 120mm stem or 100mm stem respectively. Just worried about the saddle to handlebar drop with the 58cm which I imagine would be quite a lot.

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    Canyon sizing help

    I would trust their measurement tool. I have an ultimate 9.0sl. Used the tool and the bike fits great.

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