Andy, that's 62 cm center-to-center (64 center-to-top) right? Might be
worth noting for OP that Riv uses the CTT measurement in their charts, and
that CTC measurement is roughly ~2cm smaller.
On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 8:15:45 AM UTC-4, ascpgh wrote:
> 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!!
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