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Old 08-27-2013, 06:43 PM
Louis Louis is offline
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Colnago "Freuler" Geometry ???

It certainly has me confused. Let's say for "normal" off-the-shelf geometry I ride ST=60 c-c, TT=58.5 c-c, horizontal TT. For custom, say ST=61 c-c, same TT (i.e. longish legs, shortish torso), and I don't have a huge saddle-to-bar drop.

So, when I look at the Colnago geometry it looks funky to me, and if I just want a "basic" 60c-c bike it's not obvious what my choice would be.

Anyone care to explain what's going on, and what Freuler Geometry is intended to achieve?

TIA

PS, these images were lifted from a 2001 Colnago catalog. I'm not sure how much they've changed over time.
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