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 Post subject: Crosswind Geometry
PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2014 12:15 pm 
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Apologies this is an old bike but does anyone know the geometry details of the 54 ridley crosswind.

I've tried out a friends 52cm 2013 x fire and it fits me perfect. I currently ride a kinesis crosslight 54 which has a 55.1 top tube and a 54 seat tube. I think i prefer the shorter top tube/longer seat tube (56) of the ridley and was wondering how close/different the crosswind was?

I've been told its a 56 c-t seat tube and a 55 top tube. (140 head tube)


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