Trek Madone "Spartacus"

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nathanong87
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by nathanong87

gifted child wrote:
hmai18 wrote:Assuming you haven't dialed in fit yet? It seems like it would be a waste to get H1 geometry and ride with a spacer stack.


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is your rear brake mounted under the bb?

RiesenTukan
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by RiesenTukan

Certainly I'm going to ride the bike without spacers! :) The bike fitting has been done two days ago.
Here is a pic just before the saddle height has been adjusted:

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@nathanong87: Yes it is! :wink:

Have fun! :D

Greetings

Remo

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jipperd
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by jipperd

Wow this is as a good as a Trek or any other bike can get.
Superb and welcome :)

dellpan
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by dellpan

I love this bike!!!
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mcr23
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by mcr23

How tall are you and what's your saddle height? I'm 5'9" and looking at a 50 H1. inseam about 30-30.5".

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