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2007-08-22 5:55 AM

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Subject: Valdora bikes in BT store
Anyone purchase on of these bikes from the BT store? How are they? They look good. Only problem for me is the sizing. Small is for people 5'3" to 5'8" and medium is for 5'8" to 5'11". I'm 5'8". My inseam is short, 30", so I guess my torso is kinda long. Which one should I choose?
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Mike


2007-08-22 1:37 PM
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Subject: RE: Valdora bikes in BT store

MikeTri37 - 2007-08-22 5:55 AM Anyone purchase on of these bikes from the BT store? How are they? They look good. Only problem for me is the sizing. Small is for people 5'3" to 5'8" and medium is for 5'8" to 5'11". I'm 5'8". My inseam is short, 30", so I guess my torso is kinda long. Which one should I choose? Thanks, Mike

Mike, I know that Ron rides one, so i would bet that you get a response from him before too long.  I can't comment on the bike other than it looked really nice when I saw it.

2007-08-23 9:31 AM
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Subject: RE: Valdora bikes in BT store

I am interested in this as well. I'm just under 5'8" with a 30.5 inseam. They seem like nice bikes, I'd never heard of them until I saw an ad in Triathlete magazine.

Mindy

2007-08-23 10:56 AM
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Subject: RE: Valdora bikes in BT store
5'8" with 30" inseam? - Small is the right choice. You could make the medium work by using a shorter stem but the small with a 90 mm stem should be perfect.

If carbon is your thing, we have some 2006 PHX bikes with 105 for $2,450. Same geometry as the AC-Tri. BT has access to them, we just need to get the info emailed over.

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