I have a first series, only owner, 62cm Rambouillet, PBH 90cm, saddle 
height 80cm with the B17 Special.
Here's a good view of a spec sheet (scroll down to the Ram):


I cannot vouch for comparison to others (besides my year round commuting 
beater) but I find this bike to have a very comfortable ride. It currently 
has some Compass Stampede Pass ELs and just invites my best efforts. It's 
got the patina of being the bike that I ride (and have ridden) and is well 
on its way to meeting Grant's expectation of being "a bike that will last 
20 years, or longer." 

Original flyer from the wayback machine:

Andy Cheatham

On Monday, October 17, 2016 at 9:08:45 PM UTC-4, adam leibow wrote:
> hello !
> recently i sold my too-small 56cm a homer hilsen, and have been looking to 
> replace it with something similar, but larger, so that less seatpost shows 
> and it fits a bit more traditionally/rando-y. i contacted a seller on ebay 
> about his 60cm rambo and he agreed to sell to me as a frameset even though 
> his listing was for the complete. before i decide to commit to this bike, 
> can i ask you fellow rambo owners a) what size do you ride? b) what is your 
> pbh? c) how much seatpost is showing? and finally d) do you have the 
> original geometry sheet for this bike? i couldn't find it after a quick 
> google search. also, if you have pictures of your bikes, i would love to 
> see them! 
> thank you for your help! it is much appreciated!!
> adam 

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