187 cm tall
91 / 92 cm inseam
I ride my saddle at 82 cm with 9,5 cm of setback
I have 10,5 cm of drop between saddle and bars, with a slammed stem and an extra thin headset-cover
The stem is 6 degrees angle and 120 mm long
So, long legs and short torso.
@ultimobici: the Cervelo is tall enough but feels too long. It's more a question of weight distribution than being unable to reach the bars. I'm quite light for my length, in the summer I go down to 60 kg and judging by feeling, most of that weight is on the rear wheel. A longer bike makes cornering harder for me. If you look at the size of the Rose, the bike looks shorter than the Cervelo with a relatively long seat tube, so I thought that it would fit me better. I need the height because of the saddle height, but I don't need the long top tube that ususally comes with it. I've had a 57 cm BMC Pro Machine (57,5 cm toptube, 18,7 cm headtube) which fit me much better than my current bike, but unfortunately I broke two frames and couldn't get a warranty replacement because they weren't being made anymore.
Your saddle is too high. It's higher than what even that old Lemond/Guimard formula recommends for your inseam, and that typically produces a high seat height which requires a long adaptation period for those who can tolerate it, and many can't. For an accurate saddle height do the heel on pedal test in your socks and add in the thickness of your shoe sole to get a starting saddle height. Saddle should be fairly far back in the clamp for this test -- at least at midrail. You should be able to pedal backwards smoothly and without hip rocking with heels on the pedals. With your shoes on and in a normal riding position, you should be able to drop your heel at least 1-2 cm below the horizontal pedal with the leg in the fully stretched position. If you can't then you have almost no bend in your leg when pedaling and are probably dipping your toes to achieve bend, which is inefficient. At your height, you should be on a frame that gives you about a 9cm drop to the bar with the saddle in the correct position. For your size, the top of saddle should be about 18 cm above the seat tube. That will give you a classic stage racing position and a sweet looking set up. Your Cervelo should be very close.
This is an excellent general reference, but you have to get the saddle height right first. I would not go by a static inseam measurement: http://de.scribd.com/doc/93309029/Bike- ... ve-Moulton