Let's see your small bikes...

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bobbyOCR
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by bobbyOCR

That master 55, the Cinelli XCR and that spooky.

Dayum. They are some damn nice sets of wheels.

Many, many nice bikes in this thread.
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by mickey

robncircus wrote:
Size small Spooky Skeletor. Not sure how it measures up. 50 maybe?
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75degree STA, 52TT, IIRC 115mm HT

It has the same wheelbase and front center as our 54cm TT bike with a 74deg STA and 135mm HT.
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by Galatzo

Some of my recent small(ish) bikes.
My wife thinks I spend too much on bikes :lol:
Can't even remember what order they should be in any more :lol:
The early Isaac's were 54.5 top tubes and too big for me.
Seat posts are a bit high on some before I set up properly
Others 52 to 53.5 top tubes
I'm 170cm on a good day.
Got the Cinelli last Friday.

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pocketbeagle
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by pocketbeagle

There are not enough small bikes out there... :lol:

My contribution - custom IF Crown Jewel SE, 38cm seat tube, 50cm top tube.

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