Anonymous
Anonymous asked in SportsCycling · 1 month ago

SixThreezero sets their bikes up by being able to touch the ground while sitted? Isn't the wrong leg extension?

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  • David
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    1 month ago
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    So take a look at the pic below. Notice the REALLY slack seat tube angle?

    Slacker than even the average cruiser bike.

    I’d call this a crank-forward design.

    And guess what the main feature of a crank-forward design is - the ability to have BOTH good leg extension AND the ground within easy reach at the same time. 

    Is your seat tube angle as slack as in the pic?

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