That's because the Hunq is much oversized. Check the geometry chart - the 
ett on the 51 is ~57.5

On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 2:01:08 AM UTC-4, Max Bergen wrote:
> FWIW, I've been working with Roman to place an order for a Hunq. 
> My PBH is 83.25 and he suggests either the 51cm for 2015 model or 50cm for 
> 2016 model. 
> Both those are smaller than any bike I've ridden in the past, but I trust 
> their product knowledge and experience  :) 
> On Monday, October 10, 2016 at 11:43:54 AM UTC-4, Belopsky wrote:
>> In the last half a year, I've gotten a lot more serious about riding, 
>> been through a lot of bikes, and just finally seem to be getting down to a 
>> fit I am liking, and once again thinking about stem lengths and top tubes 
>> and etc.
>> In my current garage I have:
>> Soma San Marcos, 51cm
>> Rivendell Sam Hillborne, 55cm
>> All-City Macho King, 52cm
>> Cheviot (yet-to-be-finished-and-ridden), 50cm
>> The Cheviot may be shared between myself and my partner. She's 5'2. I am 
>> 5'7. At worst I will have more seatpost showing/bars a bit higher.
>> The Rivendell has an effective top tube (ett) of 570mm. I have a very 
>> long stem on it with Albatross bars - I had a Hillborne before, with drop 
>> bars, and it felt too big with drops for me, but with the upright bars, all 
>> is fine. Fistful of seatpost showing.
>> My San Marcos feels real good too, not many miles yet, but fits like what 
>> I've been riding... ett of 550mm, bars at saddle height, stem seems to be a 
>> 90mm or something like that, 44cm drop bars.. perhaps Philip knows what 
>> length he sold it with..
>> My All City is my 'go-fast' bike, 853 steel frame with a carbon fork, 
>> bars are lower than seat, and that's how I want this bike set. The 52cm 
>> frame size actually measures ett 550, a bit more aggressive than the other 
>> bike but not much. 90mm stem with 10* rise.
>> PBH: 83.x. SH: ~ 71.4
>> Riv sizing talks about me riding 55-57cm depending on the frame, but I 
>> always worry that the top tube is too long. Anywho, I was under the 
>> impression that for a 'fast' bike you want a slightly longer stem, for more 
>> weight in the front..but also with bars at seat height I suppose I can ride 
>> a bigger frame with a shorter stem - how short is too short, with drop bars 
>> - anything can work with some pullback.
>> Any others my size/pbh/sh that can comment?

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