Visual Geometry Comparison

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
topflightpro
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by topflightpro

ms6073 wrote:
Tue Oct 30, 2018 9:26 pm
Would be nice if the user could manually enter data for a non-listed bike, sort of a wiki style interface that way non-listed bikes are no longer an issue.
Try bikegeo.net

Tychom
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by Tychom

An older post on the forum got me thinking, a claim that with so many makes & models out there that there's a frame out there for everyone. That there's no need for anyone to go custom (yes there's a whole load of holes in that argument but anyway).

But that got me thinking, what would be an ideal feature for a site like this would be being able to do a reverse search - put in my desired stack and reach measurements and get a list of models that match within some tolerance window.

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crinale
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by crinale

is fork rake taken into consideration for visualizations?
do you attempt to calculate missing measurements? ie, if front centre isn't given, calculate it using wheelbase - chainstay
i know that bianchi is pretty bad at giving geometry, such as completely omitting fork specs, so i checked and see that there's a note that actual bike measurements were taken. how common is this process? who takes the measurements? how can you ensure accuracy?

xDOMx
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by xDOMx

topflightpro wrote:
Thu Nov 01, 2018 9:05 pm
ms6073 wrote:
Tue Oct 30, 2018 9:26 pm
Would be nice if the user could manually enter data for a non-listed bike, sort of a wiki style interface that way non-listed bikes are no longer an issue.
Try bikegeo.net
Thanks for posting this. Basic but very useful.

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